Grace Geyoro entends contact with Paris Saint-Germain until 2028
Paris Saint-Germain are delighted to announce an extension to the contract of captain Grace Geyoro for a further five years. The French international is now tied to the Club until 30 June 2028.
After arriving at Paris Saint-Germain in 2012 at the age of 15, Grace Geyoro spent her formative years at the capital club, joining the U19 team. In 2016, the young player from Orléans won her first trophy with Paris Saint-Germain: the U19 National League, alongside Marie-Antoinette Katoto. Following that final, the Parisian signed her first professional contract, which she has since extended in 2019 and 2021.
The Paris Saint-Germain captain is currently the most capped player in the squad and has now made 202 appearances and scored 21 goals for the Rouge et Bleu, winning two Coupes de France in the process (2018, 2022) as well as the French D1 title in 2021.
For France, Grace Geyoro took her first steps in the national team with the U16 side before becoming U17 world champion. She continued her success with Les Bleues by winning the U19 European Championship in the summer of 2016.
Since her first cap for the senior France team in January 2017, the midfielder has now played 71 matches and scored 15 goals. The Parisian once again wore the blue shirt in the recent Women's World Cup in Australia/New Zealand this summer.
The whole Club congratulates Grace on her new contract and wishes her all the best for the seasons to come in a Paris Saint-Germain shirt.