Girondins rack up the goals in Austria
Bordeaux round off their training camp with a crushing victory
Friday 10 July 2015

The Girondins took on SG Going on Wednesday afternoon, for their first pre-season friendly. Bordeaux thrashed the local team easily (0-12). This wasn't so much a match as a training session, such was the gulf between the two sides. But the Girondins showed great respect and took their opponents seriously until the very end. Smiles all round at the end, from our players and the amateurs.

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Reshuffle in the coaching team
New faces and a new structure for the club's training system

The Girondins de Bordeaux unveiled some important changes to their Academy set-up yesterday.

Winamax will feature on the Girondins' shorts
A high-profile new sponsor for the Girondins de Bordeaux

The Girondins de Bordeaux are delighted to announce a new partnership with WINAMAX.

Sébastien Bannier joins the coaching staff
A new addition to the coaching staff

 Sébastien Bannier joints the coaching staff at the Girondins Academy from AC Ajaccio.

Abdou Traoré signs up for two more years
Abdou Traoré signs on for two more years

The Girondins de Bordeaux are delighted to announce that Abdou Traoré has signed a new contract with the club. The Mali international has signed a deal which will keep him at the club until 2017. The No.7, who first arrived in Bordeaux in 2006, will thus become one of the Girondins' longest-serving players.

Girondins see in the Nouveau Stade with a victory!
Girondins 2-1 Montpellier

The Girondins' first match in their brand new stadium delivered just what the fans had hoped for: a victory! Diego Rolan, the last player to score at Chaban, also got the two first goals in the Nouveau Stade. Rolan scored twice in the 1st half (9' and 39'), before Bakar pulled one back for the visitors after the break (63'). The Girondins finish the season in sixth place, with the new stadium ready for next season. Bordeaux will find out if they have qualified for the Europa League next Saturday, depending on the result of the Coupe de France final.

First pro deal for Prior
Young keeper signs up for three years

Jérôme Prior signed his first professional deal with FC Girondins de Bordeaux this afternoon! The goalkeeper signed on for three years (until June 2018), making him the third youth team player to turn pro in the past week, following in the footsteps of Enzo Crivelli and Frédéric Guilbert.

Frédéric Guilbert signs a two-tear deal
Frédéric has signed a new deal

Yesterday evening Frédéric Guilbert signed his first professional contract with the Club. The right back arrived at the club summer, and will now be staying until at least June 2017. This is another great addition to the squad, and we look forward to watching Fred continue his progress with the Girondins.

Girondins finish 6th!
Girondins pick up a point at Stade Gerland to secure 6th place

Before the final game of the season against Montpellier in the Nouveau Stade, the Girondins rounded off their travels for the season with a draw in Lyon. An extra point which confirms Bordeaux's hold on 6th place. Enzo Crivelli scored in the 3rd minute, but Fekir pulled one back for Lyon barely 5 minutes later.

Kaabouni signs up for more
Younes Kaabouni has extended his contract by two years
Hot on the heels of Enzo Crivelli and Jaroslav Plasil, Younès Kaabouni was next in the chairman's office to sign a contract which will keep him with the Girondins de Bordeaux for two more seasons. 
Enzo Crivelli gets his first professional deal
Enzo Crivelli signs up for three years

Enzo Crivelli has signed his first professional contract with the Club, a deal which will keep him in Bordeaux for three years (until June 2018). This new deal makes Crivelli the 6th player from the club's youth set-up to turn pro this season. The Girondins de Bordeaux are delighted to cement Enzo's position with the club!

New deal for Jaroslav Plasil!
Jaroslav Plasil signs on for two more years

The Girondins de Bordeaux are delighted to announce that Czech international Jaroslav Plasil, whose current deal is due to expire at the end of the season, has signed a contract which will keep him at the club until June 2017.

The players bid farewell to Lescure
Bordeaux beat Nantes (2-1)

After a suspenseful match, Willy Sagnol's side got the best of Nantes. Thanks to two goals from Diego Rolan, and a truly fantastic atmosphere, the Girondins leave Lescure on a very high note! 

Celebrating with some Girondins legends
Five hours of festivities
Bordeaux's most committed fan club, the Ultras, had promised a big send-off for Stade Lescure, inviting all Girondins and Bordeaux locals to a party on the Place de République. The results more than lived up to the hype!
Marching to the stadium with the Ultras
A festive, hour-long march from the city centre to the stadium
Almost 8000 fans turned out to walk together from Place de la République to Stade Lescure / Chaban-Delmas for the last tim. Emotions and passions mingled with a certain nostalgia for an era now coming to an end.
Bordeaux and Lorient cancelled each other out (0-0) (AFP)
No goals between the Girondins and Lorient

In an uneventful match played under heavy rain, neither team was able to make the difference. In spite of a few promising moments, the Girondins were not ruthless enough up front. A deserved draw.