Marie-Antoinette Katoto extends deal with Paris Saint-Germain until 2025

Paris Saint-Germain are proud to announce that Marie-Antoinette Katoto has signed a three-year contract extension. Last season’s Division 1 Player of the Year has committed to Les Rouge et Bleu until 30th June 2025.

Having joined the club in 2011 at the age of 12, Katoto has spent her entire career so far with Les Rouge et Bleu. The player born in Colombes, a town in the northwestern suburbs of Paris, scored her first goal with the first team in May 2015 against Rodez, just a few months after coming into the professional squad for the first time.

On top of being named Division 1’s Young Player of the Year in 2018 and 2019, the Paris academy graduate lifted the Coupe de France in 2018, scoring the winning goal against Olympique Lyonnais, as well as winning Paris Saint-Germain’s women’s team’s first-ever French league title in 2021 and another Coupe de France a few weeks ago. She has also played in two Champions League finals with the capital club, in 2015 and 2017.

The Parisian has finished as Division 1’s top scorer on three occasions: 2019 (22 goals), 2020 (16 goals) and 2022 (18 goals). In February of this year, the French international striker also became the club’s all-time top scorer by netting for the 131st and 132nd time in her career.

Having been called up for international duty at every level of youth football, Katoto won the 2016 Women’s U19 EURO with France, finishing as the tournament’s top scorer. The 23-year-old was handed her senior-team debut in November 2018, in a 3-1 friendly win over Brazil. She now boasts 24 goals in 29 caps for her country.

Marie-Antoinette Katoto: “It's a new great step in my career. This extension is the symbol of the bond between me and the club that made me the player I am today, and the unique relationship I have built with the fans from the beginning. I would like to thank the President for trusting me. We share a common ambition; we want to keep writing the history of Paris Saint-Germain by winning a lot of trophies.

Nasser Al-Khelaifi, President & Chairman of Paris Saint-Germain: “We are delighted Marie-Antoinette has renewed her commitment to the Club. Shaping our Club around the best talent in France is a key focus, and Marie-Antoinette is one of the most talented sporting products of both Paris and France. Our women’s team will continue to grow from strength to strength at the heart of our Club, and we are very proud of this.”