The D1 Arkema, the elite of women's football in France, resumed last week and continues this weekend for the second day. This season, 27 players from the Sud Ladies Cup will be competing in the championship.
Will the Parisians manage to retain their title? Will Lyon recover their throne? Will Bordeaux and Paris FC confirm their last season? Will ASSE stay in D1? These are just some of the issues at stake in the 2021-2022 Arkema D1 season, which opened last week.
During the first matchday, the big guns did not flinch. OL won easily at home against Reims (3-0), PSG also against Fleury (5-0). Paris FC and Montpellier also held their own after defeating Guingamp (4-1) and Dijon (2-1). The first surprise came from Saint-Etienne, who held last season's third-placed Bordeaux to a 1-1 draw. The second matchday, which starts this Friday evening, already has two clashes in store. The Parisians travel to the Hérault to face MHSC on Saturday. Before a promising derby between Lyon and ASSE on Sunday.
This season, the D1 Arkema will once again be the playground of many players who have passed through the Sud Ladies Cup. In total, there will be 27 former participants competing in the championship. With four representatives each, PSG and Reims have the most.
The 27 players who have passed through the Sud Ladies Cup and are competing in the Arkema D1 this season:
Paris-SG : Elisa de Almeida, Sandy Baltimore, Léa Khelifi, Marie-Antoinette Katoto
Paris FC : Camille Pecharman, Oriane Jean-François
Lyon : Selma Bacha, Emelyne Laurent
ASJ Soyaux : Emeline Saint-Georges, Lisa Martinez
Montpelliers HSC : Maëlle Lakrar, Nérilia Mondésir
Girondins de Bordeaux : Mylène Chavas, Julie Thibaud, Mickaëlla Cardia
AS Saint-Etienne : Kelly Gago
Dijon FCO : Lena Goetsch
GPSO Issy : Mélanie Ribeiro de Carvalho
En Avant Guingamp : Sana Daoudi, Emmy Jézéquel, Margaux Le Mouël
Stade de Reims : Sonia Ouchène, Chloé Philippe, Kessya Bussy, Naomie Feller
FC Fleury 91 : Julie Piga, Amandine Beche
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