Rennes Score
France Ligue 1
Dijon 4
Rennes 2
1
1
D
Rennes 4
Reims 3
2
2
D
Saint Etienne 1
Rennes 1
0
3
W
Rennes 1
Monaco 2
2
1
W
Nimes 2
Rennes 6
2
4
W
Rennes 1 3
Montpellier 1 2
2
1
W
Lille 1
Rennes 1 1
1
1
D
International Club Friendly
Rennes
Lorient
2
0
W
Benfica
Rennes
2
0
L
Nice
Rennes
3
2
L
Rennes Fixtures
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Rennes Player
# Name Position
8
Clement Grenier Central Midfield
12
James Edward Lea Siliki Central Midfield
14
Benjamin Bourigeaud Central Midfield
28
Jonas Martin Central Midfield
1
Romain Salin Goalkeeper
30
Pepe Bonet Goalkeeper
30
Pepe Bonet Kapambu Goalkeeper
 
Alfred Gomis Goalkeeper
31
Adrien Truffert Defender
33
Lorenz Assignon Defender
34
Brandon Soppy Midfielder
35
Georginio Ruttier Midfielder
18
Jeremy Doku Right Wing
22
Romain Del Castillo Right Wing
7
Martin Terrier Left Wing
20
Flavien Tait Left Wing
19
Yann Gboho Attacking Midfield
10
Eduardo Camavinga Defensive Midfield
15
Steven Nzonzi Defensive Midfield
27
Hamari Traore Right Back
5
Dalbert Henrique Left Back
17
Faitout Maouassa Left Back
3
Damien Da Silva Centre Back
4
Gerzino Nyamsi Centre Back
6
Naif Aguerd Centre Back
24
Daniele Rugani Centre Back
26
Jeremy Gelin Centre Back
9
Sehrou Guirassy Centre Forward
9
Theoson Jordan Siebatcheu Centre Forward
11
MBaye Niang Centre Forward
23
Adrien Hunou Centre Forward
 
LAURENT HUARD Assistant Coach
 
MICHEL TROIN Assistant Coach
 
Julien Stephan Coach
About Rennes
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  • Name: Rennes
  • City: Rennes
  • Home Stadium: de la Route de Lorient Stade
  • Established Date: 1901
  • Coach: Julien Stephan
Rennes was founded in 1901 under the name Stade Rennais and is one of the founding members of the first division of French football. Alongside Nantes, Rennes is one of the top football clubs in the region and the two are among the main clubs that contest the Derby Breton. The club’s best finish in the league has been fourth with the club accomplishing this feat on four occasions, most recently in 2006–07. Rennes has won three Coupe de France titles in 1965, 1971 and 2019. After winning the Coupe de France in 1971, Rennes changed its name to its current version. Rennes is known for its youth academy, known in English as the Henri Guérin Training Centre, which was formed in 2000. The French Football Federation (FFF) has recognised Rennes as having the best youth academy in the country in 2010.The cornerstone of the academy is the under-19 team, which has won the Coupe Gambardella three times in 1973, 2003 and 2008. The academy has produced several notable talents, such as Sylvain Wiltord, Yoann Gourcuff, Yann M’Vila, Moussa Sow, Yacine Brahimi, Abdoulaye Doucouré, Ousmane Dembélé and Jimmy Briand, among others.