• Location: Rennes, France
  • Stadium: Roazhon Park
  • Coach: Bruno Génésio
  • Ligue 1 Titles: 0

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Ligue 2 Winners: 1955–56, 1982–83.

Coupe de France Winners: 1964–65, 1970–71, 2018–19.

Thropée des Champions Winners: 1971.

UEFA Intertoto Winners: 2008.

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For more than 120 years, Rennes has been part of the French professional football division. The team has been around for many years, and we can see they’ve had some interesting historical moments. The team is one of the oldest football clubs in France. They’ve brought many accolades to the country. 

Rennes is a top sports team participating in the French Ligue 1 this season. The goal will be to make the top spots and qualify for any UEFA competitions, especially the UEFA Champions League. Also, they would want to rival PSG for the title. Rennes stats last season were better than average; we look forward to what they do this season. 

Rennes General Info

The club’s full name is  Stade Rennais Football Club. They are also referred to as Stade Rennies FC, Stade Rennais, Rennes, or SRFC for short. The team has different nicknames, including Les Rennais, which means The Rennais. They are also called Les Rouge et Noir, which translates to The Red and Blacks. 

Rennes plays its home games at Roazhon Park, a stadium with almost 30,000 seating capacity. They are based in Rennes, Brittany, and play in the top-tier league in France. Artemis owns the team, and the current president is Nicolas Holveck, with Bruno Genesio as the head coach. 

Rennes History

Stade Rennais Football Club’s story started in 1901 on the 10th of March when a group of former students in Brittany partnered to create a football team. During that time, football has become one of the fastest-growing sports in that area. As a result, people from the city were fascinated by the sport, and a club was created. 

The team’s first match was against FC Rennais in 1902, but they lost 6-0. After that, they became one of the founding members of the Ligue de Bretagne de football, a regional league created by the federation. And by 1904, they combined with FC Rennais to form the Stade Rennais Universite Club.

From there, the team started to build local recognition, and in the 30s, they won their first major championship. When the 60s came around, the team made its way to its first European competition. And as a result, they started playing at the top level. Rennes remains a top side in the French football divisions. 

Rennes Records

The team has had records in Europe and France. Rennes stats show they are a top historical club that has gone through different eras. They have incredible moments in the team’s history as they compete for various titles. Although they are yet to win the highest championship in the country, they’ve had better-than-average seasons on many occasions.

Aside from their records in the domestic league, they’ve had some impressive records in Europe. One of their best records came in 2008 when they were joint winners of the UEFA Intertoto cup. They’ve also had stints in the European scene as they’ve participated in the European cup.

The team was active in the transfer window. The goal is to get in players that can fit into the squad and offer more depth. Also, they were looking for those that could fill in the spot left behind by the players that left for other clubs. So, below are the top departures and arrivals for the team this season. 

  • Top Arrivals: Amine Gouiri, Arnaud Kalimuendo, Arthur Theate, Christopher Wooh, Xeka
  • Top Departures: Nayef Aguerd, Mathys Tel, Gaetan Laborde, Loic Bade, Serhou Guirassy

The team has had many coaches since it became a professional club. We’ve listed some of their best coaches since 1904 till date below. 

  • Antoine Cuissard
  • Jean Prouff
  • Jean Vincent
  • Josef Pepi Schneider
  • Henri Guerin

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