Le Parisien invites you to take a tour of the football weekend program in Île-de-France. In National, National 2 and National 3, we enter the last or penultimate day, with challenges at all levels. In National, the Red Star (3rd) must win against Saint-Brieuc and count on a misstep from Concarneau (1st) or Dunkirk (2nd) to reach L2. In National 2, there will be the Essonne derby of extremes between Sainte-Geneviève (11th) and Fleury (2nd) in group B and a thrilling match at the top Bobigny (3rd) – Épinal (1st). In National 3, the distance duel continues between Aubervilliers and Linas-Montlhéry, separated by a point. Finally in U19, PSG is playing its place in the final this Sunday in Orléans (Loiret) against Marseille.
The poster of the weekend: the Red Star in “hunting” against Saint-Brieuc
the Red Star can still hope to access the L2. There are 90 minutes left for the Audoniens to record a 17th victory then wait for a poor performance from the two co-leaders Concarneau (1st) and Dunkirk (2nd) who travel to Orléans (8th) and Le Mans (10th) respectively. Habib Beye’s men, tied on points with Martigues (but with a particularly favorable goal average) are two points behind on the lead. To compose one of the two tickets for the L2, they must in addition to their victory count on a defeat of Concarneau or a draw or a defeat of Dunkirk. A tie at three (unless it concerns Martigues and Dunkirk) or at four would be fatal to Red Star.
Player to watch: Abdelsamad Hachem (Bobigny)
To win the match at the top of Group B of N2, FC 93 Bobigny can count on veteran Farid Beziouen, author of 20 goals this season, but also young Abdelsamad Hachem (20 years old). Already author of 8 goals, the Tremblay native is having an incredible year after having stopped playing football for… two years! Trained at Red Star then at JA Drancy where he was captain of the national U17s, Abdelsamad then left for the Nice training center in 2019 before returning to Ile-de-France in 2021 and quitting football. His comeback this season at Bobigny, in the company of his older brother (21) Abdeljalil (attacking midfielder), is conclusive. The family could even celebrate a double climb at the end of the season since the 3rd brother Ryad (25 years old) evolves, him, at Red Star (National).
The suspense of D1 Arkema: the PFC in the race for the Champions League
The last day of D1 Arkema will seal the fate of Paris FC. Currently third with two points ahead of their first pursuer, Montpellier, the capital club can win their ticket to the Champions League play-offs in the event of victory in Rodez on Saturday at 5.30 p.m. The good news of the week came from the extension of Clara Mateo, until 2026. “I arrived in 2016, I see year after year, the club grow and build. Paris FC will continue to become a very big club, present on the European scene. “Fleury (5th) also has a very small chance of finishing on the podium, but Fabrice Abriel’s daughters must win against Guingamp and count on a defeat for Paris FC and at least a draw for Montpellier. PSG, which lost the title last Sunday at the Parc against Lyon, will go to Soyaux, already condemned, and will play a match without stakes.
The match to see: Poissy – Beauvais
Four days after the decision of the DNCG to exclude AS Poissy from the national championships, the formation of N2, already saved, receives this Saturday Beauvais. The club, which appealed this morning, has a deficit of €230,000. “We did not expect such a difficult situation,” says defender Thomas Skolski. We are in limbo. We hope to be reinstated but it does not depend on us. We will play the last two games (in front of Beauvais then at the Rennes reserve on Saturday June 3) with the same seriousness as throughout the season. »
Relocation: the Sainte-Geneviève – Fleury derby in… Saint-Leu (95)
After the incidents against Boulogne-sur-Mer during the post-match on March 25, Sainte-Geneviève was sanctioned with a 4-game suspension from its stadium, the Parc des Sports. A sanction to be served beyond the 50km of its enclosure. After playing two matches on a field adjoining the Licorne stadium in Amiens, then one in Montargis (45th), Sainte-Geneviève faces its Essonne neighbor Fleury at the Gérard-Houllier stadium in Saint-Leu in Val-d’Oise . Deprived of his captain Quentin Barcelo, who received a two-year suspension, and of Zanga Koné, Adrien Fleury, Raoul Junior Delgado and Damien Furtado who were suspended for 10 games, Sainte-Geneviève (11th) will play for his survival in the 4th national against Fleury. The club of President Pascal Bovis hopes to win and take advantage of a misstep from Épinal to Bobigny to resume, alone, the command of Group B of N2 one day from the end.
The number: 5
Like the point difference between the 5th of N3, FC Montrouge (32 points) and the 14th and last Le Mée (27). Due to the overhaul of the championships, five Ile-de-France teams will be relegated to R1 at the end of the 26th and final day. The reserves of PSG and PFC are virtually relegationable. It will therefore be necessary to finish in the first 9 to continue its lease in the 5th national level.
Among young people: a clasico for a place in the final
After their success in Angers (3-2) last weekend in the quarter-finals, PSG face OM this Sunday at the Stade de la Source in Orléans (Loiret) in a boiling clasico which will grant the winner a place in the final. of the French U19 Championship. Coach Zamana Camara is expected to benefit from the services of striker Ilyes Housni. On the other hand, Warren Zaire-Emery, El Chadaille Bitshiabu, Ismaël Gharbi and perhaps also Serif Nhaga will be available to the pennant team which travels to Strasbourg on Saturday evening during the 37th and penultimate day of L1.
NATIONAL (34th and last day)
Friday, 9 p.m.: Red Star – Saint-Brieuc (Bauer stadium), Paris 13 Atletico – Châteauroux (Boutroux stadium), Martigues – Versailles.
NATIONAL 2 (29th and penultimate day)
Group A. Saturday 6 p.m.: Caen (b) – Racing, Poissy – Beauvais (Léo-Lagrange stadium).
Group B. Saturday, 6 p.m.: FC 93 Bobigny – Epinal (Auguste-Delaune stadium), Boulogne-sur-Mer – Créteil, Sainte-Geneviève – Fleury (Gérard-Houllier stadium in Saint-Leu), Lusitanos Saint-Maur – Furiani (Adolphe-Chéron stadium).
NATIONAL 3 (24th day)
Saturday, 6 p.m.: Linas-Montlhéry – Ivry (Paul-Desgouillons stadium), CA Vitry – Le Balnc-Mesnil (Roger-Couderc stadium), Brétigny – Montrouge (Auguste-Delaune stadium), Le Mée – Aubervilliers (Sports park of Pozoblanco), Les Ulis – JA Drancy (Jean-Marc Salinier stadium), PSG (b) – Les Mureaux (Georges Lefèvre stadium in Saint-Germain-en-Laye), Entente SSG – Paris FC (b) (Michel-Hidalgo stadium ).
U19 NATIONALS (semi final)
Sunday 4 p.m.: PSG – Marseille (La Source stadium, Orléans).
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