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1941 (83 years old)


Stade Pierre de Coubertin
(3,402 Capacity)

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French LNH Division 1
EHF Champions League

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03/03 Paris Saint- - Fenix Toulou
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29/02 RK PPD Zagre 28 - 26 Paris Saint-
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17/02 Saran Loiret 29 - 37 Paris Saint-
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Paris Saint-Germain Handball, commonly known as Paris Saint-Germain, Paris SG, or simply PSG, is a French professional handball club founded in 1941, and based in the city of Paris in France. The club is the handball department of Paris Saint-Germain Football Club.

PSG play in the highest tier of French handball, the LNH Division 1. Their home ground for LNH matches is the Stade Pierre de Coubertin, which has a seating capacity of 3,402 spectators. For EHF Champions League matches, the club play at the Halle Georges Carpentier, which has a seating capacity of 4,300 spectators.

Initially called Patriotes d'Asnières (1941–1942), the club has gone through several name changes: Asnières Sports (1942–1987), Paris-Racing-Asnières (1987–1988), Paris-Asnières (1988–1992), PSG-Asnières (1992–2002), and Paris Handball (2002–2012). After being bought by Paris Saint-Germain owners Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) in 2012, the club became Paris Saint-Germain Handball.

Since its inception, the club has won 18 titles. Domestically, Paris SG have clinched six LNH Division 1 titles, four French Cups, three Coupes de la Ligue, a record three French Super Cups and two LNH Division 2 titles. In international club handball, the capital side finished runners-up in the 2016–17 edition of the Champions League. PSG also have a reserve team that currently play in the Championnat National 1, which serves as the third tier of French handball. They have played in Nationale 1 since 2017–18, after clinching the Championnat National 2 title and winning promotion during the 2016–17 season.

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The Stade Pierre de Coubertin (French: Pierre de Coubertin Stadium) is an indoor arena in Paris, France. It is the home venue of the Paris-Levallois Basket basketball team and the Open Gaz de France women's tennis tournament.

The Stade Pierre de Coubertin opened in 1937 for the Universal Exposition; it was rebuilt after the Second World War in 1946. Currently the arena has a capacity of 4,836 seats.

In addition to being the home of the Paris BR, the Stade Pierre de Coubertin each year hosts 2 fencing Grand Prix: Challenge International de Paris (in January) and Challenge Monal (in February); and a women's tennis tournament: Open Gaz de France (in February).

The stadium was used as a detention centre during the Paris massacre of 1961.




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