FC Nantes | Stade Brestois 29 – FC Nantes

FC Nantes will play on the lawn of Francis-Le Blé on Sunday afternoon (3 pm) where the players of Antoine Kombouaré will meet the Stade Brestois 29. brings you the echoes of this poster counting for the 31st day of the L1 Uber Eats France Championship.

4th act of the season!

The Stade Brestois 29 and FC Nantes courts meet for the 4th time this season! Victorious in July 2021 in the friendlies against Francis Le Blé (1-3), Antoine Kombouaré’s players did it again in the first leg at La Beaujoire (3-1, 7th day), then in the Coupe de France in the round of 16 of the competition (2-0).

It’s said!

“I expect that Brest will work hard to find a solution. We remember the last race in the Coupe de France, it was complicated. We struggled to get this victory. The races are often tough, but the two “Teams respect each other and there is often a good frame of mind. More personally, I challenge my friend (Michel Der Zakarian). These are games we want to win. From his side it is the same.” confided Antoine Kombouaré before the match.


The Francis-Le Blé visitor’s room will be well filled on Sunday afternoon. After Clermont, FC Nantes’ supporters hit the road again, this time for the Finistère region. Nearly 500 supporters are expected to support their colours. The Club thanks you for your loyalty and wishes you a safe journey.

The first stage in La Beaujoire

Last September, Antoine Kombouaré’s players confirmed their good attitude at the expense of Stade Brestois (3-1). Ludovic Blas opened the way by finding the net (27th). Pedro Chirivella, with a beautifully packed shot (55th), and Lilian Brassier (csc), squeezed by Kalifa Coulibaly (58th), allowed FC Nantes to shelter from a return of SB29, cutting the score of Jeremy Le Douaron (67th) was reduced. It should be noted that the meeting was marked by the tribute to the nursing staff of Loire-Atlantique for the work done since the start of the Covid-19 crisis.

In numbers…

1999th match within the elite for FC Nantes.
500 supporters approximately expected in Brest.
25th edition in L1 between the two clubs.
7 points separate the two teams in 8th and 12th place.
4th match of the season against Stade Brestois 29 (in all competitions).
3 wins against Stade Brestois 29 this season (in all competitions).

On the whistle…

The direction of the competition was attributed to Mr Johan Hamel. The referee from Saint-Rambert-d’Albon (Drôme) will be assisted in his mission by Messrs Mathieu Grosbost and Mehdi Rahmouni. The fourth referee appointed for the occasion is Mr Faouzi Benchabane. Video assistance is provided by Hakim Ben El Hadj and Dominique Julien.

Again again…

After a hectic week, the weather is getting milder in the Finistère region. If some cloudy periods are announced according to the forecasts of Météo France, sunny periods will dominate the day. The sweetness is also back with a mercury close to 15°C at the best of the day. Keep in mind that players will have to deal with some gusts of wind (40 km/h).

It’s said!

“We have beaten against Nantes three times this season. I hope that we will approach this game with a new frame of mind and different playing qualities to bring them down. The goal is there. Nantes is a stronger team than us. a very good competition. They defend well with players attacking up front… It’s up to us to play a big game to regain the win at home.” Michel Der Zakarian, coach of Stade Brestois 29.

Travel Travel

After a last working session on Saturday afternoon in La Jonelière, the delegation left from Nantes for Brest. The group is expected at the Francis-Le Blé stadium around 1.30 pm. As a reminder, the kick-off of the meeting will be at 3 p.m.

The Nantes Group

Antoine Kombouaré has announced a list of twenty players for the trip to Brest. The selected group: Petric (g) and Lafont (g) – Appiah, Castelletto, Corchia, Fabio, Girotto, Sylla – Blas, Chirivella, Cyprien, Merlin, Doucet – Augustin, Bukari, Coco, Coulibaly, Geubbels, Kolo Muani and Simon. Charles Traoré, who had surgery on the meniscus, will not be available for the next few months. Samuel Moutoussamy and Nicolas Pallois have yet to wait before returning to competition.

It’s said!

“Of course I know this Brest formation very well. Playing at the Stade Francis-Le Blé is never easy because the crowd is pushing. Now we can make a splash in Clermont, so if we can get another good result in Brest, we will won’t miss it!” warns Jean-Charles Castelletto who evolved under the Brest colors (2017-2020).

The Brest Group

“Everyone’s on deck!” Michel Der Zakarian has all his employees. The coach has called up a group of twenty-one players for the arrival of FC Nantes: Bizot (g), Larsonneur (g) and Coudert (g) – Chardonnet, Brassier, Duverne, Faussurier, Hérelle, Uronen, Pierre-Gabriel – Belkebla, Magnetti, Lasne, Mbock – Mounié, Honorat, Satriano, Le Douaron, Belaïli, Del Castillo and Said. Absent from Montpellier, Algerian international Youcef Belaïli and striker Jérémy Le Douaron find the group.

How to follow the meeting!

To follow the progress of this poster from the 31st day of L1 Uber Eats, find the live comments on, the photos, videos and exclusive reactions thanks to the various club media. Please note: the meeting will be broadcast live via Prime Video’s technical resources (3:00 PM).

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