List of Paris Saint-Germain F.C. Records and Statistics
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List of Paris Saint-Germain F.C. Records and Statistics

Trophy room at the Parc des Princes.

Paris Saint-Germain Football Club holds many records,[1] most notably being the most successful French club in history in terms of official titles won, with 43.[2][3] Domestically, PSG have clinched nine Ligue 1 championships, a record thirteen Coupe de France, a record nine Coupe de la Ligue, a record nine Trophée des Champions and one Ligue 2 title. In international club football, they have claimed one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and one UEFA Intertoto Cup.[3] Additionally, PSG have won 24 unofficial titles.[4][5][6]

Their victory in the 1995-96 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup makes PSG the sole French side to have won this trophy as well as one of only two French clubs to have won a major European competition and the youngest European team to do so.[7][8][9] The Parisians are also the club with the most consecutive seasons in the top-flight (46 seasons in Ligue 1 since 1974-75).[10] Furthermore, PSG are the only side to have won the Coupe de France without conceding a single goal (1992-93 and 2016-17),[11] five Coupe de la Ligue in a row (2014-2018),[12] four back-to-back Coupe de France (2015-2018),[13] and seven consecutive Trophée des Champions (2013-2019).[14]

PSG have won all four national titles in a single season on four occasions. This feat is known as the domestic quadruple. The Red and Blues have completed the domestic double, the league and league cup double, the domestic cup double and the domestic treble several times as well. Therefore, PSG are the club with the most domestic doubles and league and league cup doubles, and the only team to have won the domestic cup double, the domestic treble and the domestic quadruple.[3][15][16]

Influential officials and players in the club's history include most decorated president Nasser Al-Khelaifi,[17][18] most decorated manager Laurent Blanc,[4][19] record appearance maker Jean-Marc Pilorget,[20] top scorer and most decisive player Edinson Cavani,[21][22] assist leader Safet Su?i?,[23] most capped and longest-serving captain Thiago Silva,[24][25]Ballon d'Or winner and FIFA World Player of the Year George Weah,[26] and world-record transfer Neymar.[27]

Honours

As of the 2020 UEFA Champions League Final.[3][4][5][6]

Domestic

European

Doubles and Trebles

Unofficial

Competitive record

As of the 2020 UEFA Champions League Final.[28][29]
PSG players celebrating the 2014-15 Ligue 1 title at the Parc des Princes.
Competition T S Pld W D L Win % GF GA GD
National
Ligue 1 9 47 1755 826 465 464 47.07 2756 1889 +867
Ligue 2 1 2 68 38 18 12 55.88 133 73 +60
Division 3 0 1 30 17 8 5 56.67 67 29 +38
Coupe de France 13 50 238 169 28 41 71.01 497 204 +293
Coupe de la Ligue 9 26 76 55 6 15 72.37 150 68 +82
Trophée des Champions 9 12 12 8 4 0 66.67 23 8 +15
Total 41 - 2179 1113 529 537 51.08 3626 2271 +1355
International
UEFA Champions League 0 13 115 63 22 30 54.78 227 129 +98
UEFA Europa League 0 9 72 32 24 16 44.44 106 62 +44
UEFA Super Cup 0 1 2 0 0 2 00.00 2 9 -7
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1 6 38 24 6 8 63.16 66 27 +39
UEFA Intertoto Cup 1 1 8 5 3 0 62.50 20 3 +17
Total 2 - 234 124 55 55 52.59 421 229 +192
Overall total 43 - 2414 1237 584 593 51.24 4047 2501 +1546

Club

As of the 2019-20 season.[30]

Matches

PSG players celebrating a goal during the 2014-15 season.
Paris Saint-Germain shirts throughout the years.

Streaks

  • Longest winning run in all competitions: 16 matches.
  • Longest winning run in Ligue 1: 14 matches (National Record).
  • Longest winning run in UEFA competitions: 8 matches.
  • Longest winning run in national cups: 49 matches (National Record).
  • Longest winning run in Coupe de France: 29 matches (National Record).
  • Longest winning run in Coupe de la Ligue: 21 matches (National Record).
  • Longest winning home run in all competitions: 19 matches.
  • Longest unbeaten run in all competitions: 37 matches.
  • Longest unbeaten run in Ligue 1: 36 matches (National Record).
  • Longest unbeaten run in UEFA competitions: 19 matches.
  • Longest unbeaten home run in all competitions: 51 matches.
  • Longest unbeaten home run in Ligue 1: 41 matches.
  • Longest unbeaten home run in UEFA competitions: 33 matches.

Seasons

  • Most matches played in all competitions: 61 in 1994-95.
  • Most goals scored in all competitions: 171 in 2017-18 (National Record).
  • Most goals scored in Ligue 1: 108 in 2017-18.
  • Most goals scored in UEFA competitions: 27 in 2017-18.
  • Fewest goals conceded in all competitions: 28 in 1993-94.
  • Fewest goals conceded in Ligue 1: 19 in 2015-16 (National Record).
  • Fewest goals conceded in UEFA competitions: 2 in 2002-03.
  • Most wins in all competitions: 47 in 2015-16.
  • Most points in Ligue 1: 96 in 2015-16 (National Record).

Attendances

Officials

Presidents

Managers

Players

Appearances

Most appearances

Bold denotes an active player for the club, statistics correct as of 20 November 2020.[20]
Rank Player Appearances
1 France Jean-Marc Pilorget 435
2 France Sylvain Armand 380
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Safet Su?i? 344
4 France Paul Le Guen 344
5 Italy Marco Verratti 320
6 France Bernard Lama 318
7 Brazil Thiago Silva 315
8 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 310
9 Uruguay Edinson Cavani 301
10 France Blaise Matuidi 295

Goalscorers

Top scorers

Bold denotes an active player for the club, as of 20 November 2020.[21]

Assists

Most assists

Bold denotes an active player for the club, as of 20 November 2020.[23]

Decisive actions

  • All-time most decisive player: 235 decisive actions (200 goals + 35 assists) - Edinson Cavani.[22]

Most decisive actions

Players with a combined total of more than 100 decisive actions (goals + assists).[22]
Bold denotes an active player for the club, as of 20 November 2020.[21][22][23]
Rank Player Goals Assists Decisive actions
1 Uruguay Edinson Cavani 200 35 235
2 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimovi? 156 53 209
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Safet Su?i? 85 95 180
4 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 98 80 178
5 Argentina Ángel Di María 85 91 176
6 France Kylian Mbappé 99 51 150
7 France Dominique Rocheteau 100 42 142
8 Portugal Pauleta 109 18 127
9 Republic of the Congo François M'Pelé 95 23 118
10 Brazil Neymar 72 41 113
11 Brazil Raí 72 30 102
12 Argentina Javier Pastore 45 56 101

Captains

No. Player Captaincy Source
1 France Jean Djorkaeff 1970-72 [38]
2 France Camille Choquier 1972-73 [39]
3 France Jean-Pierre Dogliani 1973-75 [38][40]
4 Portugal Humberto Coelho 1975-76 [40]
5 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 1976-79 [41][42][43]
6 France Dominique Bathenay 1979-85 [38][43]
7 France Luis Fernández 1985-86 [38]
8 France Jean-Marc Pilorget 1986-87 [38]
9 France Fabrice Poullain 1987-88 [44]
10 Senegal Oumar Sène 1988-89 [44]
11 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Safet Su?i? 1989-90 [44]
12 France Joël Bats 1990-91 [44]
13 France Bruno Germain 1991-92 [44]
14 France Paul Le Guen 1992-94 [44]
15 France David Ginola 1994 [38]
16 France Alain Roche 1994-95 [38]
No. Player Captaincy Source
17 France Bernard Lama 1995-96 [45]
18 Brazil Raí 1996-98 [38]
19 Italy Marco Simone 1998-99 [38]
20 Algeria Ali Benarbia 1999-2000 [44]
21 France Éric Rabésandratana 2000-01 [44]
22 France Frédéric Déhu 2001-02
2003-04
[44]
23 Argentina Mauricio Pochettino 2002-03 [44]
24 France José-Karl Pierre-Fanfan 2004-05 [38]
25 Portugal Pauleta 2005-08 [38]
26 France Claude Makélélé 2008-11 [38]
27 France Mamadou Sakho 2011-12 [38]
28 France Christophe Jallet 2012 [38]
29 Brazil Thiago Silva 2012-2020 [25]
30 Brazil Marquinhos 2020- [46]

Most captaincies

Bold denotes an active player for the club, as of 23 August 2020.[24][25]
Rank Player Captaincies
1 Brazil Thiago Silva 293
2 France Dominique Bathenay 220
3 Portugal Pauleta 114
4 France Claude Makélélé 113
5 France Frédéric Déhu 106

Transfers

As of 31 May 2020.

Most valuable arrivals

Rank Player Year Moving from Fee Source
1 Brazil Neymar 2017 Spain Barcelona EUR222m [27]
2 France Kylian Mbappé 2018 France Monaco EUR145m [27]
3 Uruguay Edinson Cavani 2013 Italy Napoli EUR64.5m [27]
4 Argentina Ángel Di María 2015 England Manchester United EUR63m [27]
5 Argentina Mauro Icardi 2020 Italy Inter Milan EUR50m [27]
6 Brazil David Luiz 2014 England Chelsea EUR49.5m [27]
7 Brazil Thiago Silva 2012 Italy Milan EUR42m [27]
8 Argentina Javier Pastore 2011 Italy Palermo EUR42m [27]
9 Brazil Lucas Moura 2013 Brazil São Paulo EUR40m [27]
10 Argentina Leandro Paredes 2019 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg EUR40m [27]

Most valuable departures

Rank Player Year Moving to Fee Source
1 Portugal Gonçalo Guedes 2018 Spain Valencia EUR40m [47]
2 Brazil David Luiz 2016 England Chelsea EUR35m [47]
3 Brazil Ronaldinho 2003 Spain Barcelona EUR32.25m [47]
4 Brazil Lucas Moura 2018 England Tottenham Hotspur EUR28.4m [47]
5 Ivory Coast Serge Aurier 2017 England Tottenham Hotspur EUR25m [47]
6 France Blaise Matuidi 2017 Italy Juventus EUR25m [47]
7 Argentina Javier Pastore 2018 Italy Roma EUR24.7m [47]
8 Spain Yuri Berchiche 2018 Spain Athletic Bilbao EUR24m [47]
9 Argentina Giovani Lo Celso 2019 Spain Real Betis EUR22m [47]
10 France Mamadou Sakho 2013 England Liverpool EUR19m [47]

Award winners

France Football

FIFA

Tuttosport

Trophées UNFP du football

Ligue de Football Professionnel

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