The last ever match at Stade Chaban-Delmas! The Girondins de Bordeaux will host FC Nantes on the weekend of May 8th-10th for their penultimate home game of the season and, most importantly, the last Ligue 1 game ever to be played at Chaban-Delmas. Tickets are out now from all of the usual vendors (Web, Boutique du Haillan, Place Johnston ticket office, France Billet and Ticketnet, and the Box Office), so be sure not to miss out on this historic occasion!
Tonight's match between the Girondins and Olympique de Marseille certainly lived up to the hype. Bordeaux were deserving winner, and have now not lost to OM at Chaban-Delmas in 38 years. The winning goal came from Cédric Yambéré, with Mariano providing the assist (61st minute).
After the victory over Lens and ahead of the game against Marseille, one of the last matches to be played at Stade Chaban-Delmas, we had a word with the club captain!
There are just four more games to be played in our historic home! On Sunday 5th April at 2pm the Girondins will take on Racing Club de Lens. Tickets for this 31st L1 game of the season are available from all the usual outlets. Kids under the age of 16 can get in for just €2 all around the ground. Full price tickets range from €14 to €54. Come down and cheer on the Girondins in the race for Europe!
After three victories over Toulouse so far this season, the Girondins finally lost to their south-west rivals this weekend. Bordeaux conceded twice and returned home empty-handed. Diego Rolan got his 11th goal of the season, but Willy Sagnol's side were reduced to ten men when the captain was sent off.
Monday 16th March is a big day for Girondins fans! The Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux is nearly ready, and season ticket sales are now open for the 2015/2016 season. Follow this guide to get yours...
N.B.: this only applies to fans who do not already have a 2014/2015 season ticket.
This evening's clash between the Girondins and PSG certainly lived up to the hype! The boys in blue played their hearts out, and unquestionably deserved this excellent victory. Lamine Sané scored first, and Wahbi Khazri put Bordeaux back ahead following an equaliser from Ibrahimovic. The Swedish striker equalised again from a late penalty, before Diego Rolan snatched the winner. Bordeaux ran out 3-2 winners, keeping them firmly in the race for Europe!
The Girondins return from Caen with three hard-won points. Dominant throughout, Bordeaux had a numerical advantage for most of the game after Nangis was sent off in the first half. Willy Sagnol's side were patient, finally taking the lead courtesy of Diego Rolan, with an assist from Maurice-Belay (69’). Sloan Privat equalised from a corner (73’) but Bordeaux never lost hope. The winner finally came deep into injury time, with a penalty slotted home confidently by Diego Rolan (90’+5). Bordeaux are now in 5th place, and European qualification remains within reach.
A firm fixture in the starting line-up ever since his arrival in January, Isaac Kiese Thelin put in a serious performance this weekend. The Swedish international latched onto a pass from Wahbi Khazri to open the score. He was a constant threat in attack throughout the game.
The Girondins were unable to get the better of Stade de Reims tonight. In the 18th minute Isaac Kiese Thelin pounced to open the score, before Charbonnier levelled on the half-hour mark. Neither side would score again. Bordeaux avoided embarrassment and picked up one more point in their race for Europe.