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predominantly Terrain des Athletiques at Polyvalente de l'Ancienne-Lorette, l'Ancienne-Lorette, QC
OwnerAssociation Regional de Soccer du Quebec
ManagerFrance Edmond Foyé
2017PLSQ, 2nd

Dynamo de Québec is a Canadian soccer team based in Québec City. The team represents the Capitale-Nationale region in the PLSQ, which its men's side joined in 2017, and its women's side the year after. The team is affiliated to the Association Régionale de Soccer de Québec, and has its roots as the association's elite player-development program..[1]

Club History[edit | edit source]

Dynamo was founded in 1991 as an elite player-development program for young women in the Quebec City area, and the first u-14 teams began play that year in the Ligue Soccer Elite de Quebec. Between 1991 and 2007, 19 Dynamo teams were Quebec champions and participated in the Canadian Championships, with four teams being crowned Canadian Champions.[1]

In 2014, the women's Dynamo de Quebec succeeded the Amiral SC. The team played in the W-League until the league was disbanded in 2015. The club tried to join the United Women's Soccer but was unsuccessful and was thus rendered inactive in 2016.

In 2017, the Dynamo created two new men's teams: the first, a professional team to play in the Première ligue de soccer du Québec and the second, a reserve team, to play in the Première ligue de soccer du Québec reserve league.[2]

In preparation to their debut in PLSQ, the team started with 1-0 win over the Mistral de Sherbrooke[3]. Confident from this first preseason win, the team went on to face AS Blainville (2nd in the standings in 2016) and tied them 1-1. [4]. The first game in the Dynamo's PLSQ history is on Sunday May 14, 2017 at home at Stade Honco in Charny. The visitors, Mont-Royal Outremont, proved to be a strong adversary and the Dynamo lost their first game in PLSQ. [5]

For 2018, the PLSQ would start a new women's division, and Dynamo re-formed their women's side to participate, and headlined the squad with Canada WNT player and Quebec native Gabrielle Carle.[6] The club would leave Charny for a number of different home venues around the Capitale-Nationale region, but the majority of their home games for both the men's and new women's sides would be played in the town of L'Ancienne-Lorette at the field of the local polyvalente (high school).[7] On the men's side, star goalkeeper Mario Gerges departed the team during the preseason for TSS FC Rovers of the Premier Development League[8], but overall the squad saw the return of many important players from the previous season, and looked to improve on a surprise 2nd place finish.

Club[edit | edit source]

Men's First Team[edit | edit source]

As of June 14, 2018[9]

Where a player has not declared an international allegiance, nation is determined by place of birth.

No. Position Player Nation
2 Defender Vincent Lavigne  Canada
3 Defender Felix Badali  Canada
4 Defender Fabrice Lassonde  Canada
5 Midfielder Souleymane Fofana  Mali
6 Forward Houssem Nebti  France
7 Defender Kevin Cossette  Canada
8 Midfielder Gregoire Lebreton  Canada
9 Forward Bastien Aussems  France
10 Midfielder Samuel Georget (Captain)  France
11 Defender Bonano Beugre Gnenago  Ivory Coast
12 Midfielder Shadrack M'Munga  Canada
13 Midfielder Alkassem Attia (Reserve)  Canada
15 Forward Franck-Gerard Ovambe  Canada
16 Goalkeeper Philippe Blouin  Canada
17 Midfielder Camilo Saenz-Ospina  Canada
18 Midfielder Youssef El Yousfi-Laflamme  Canada
19 Forward Florian Mathieu  France
22 Goalkeeper Alexandre Gravel (Reserve)  Canada
24 Midfielder Edwin Ortiz-Bergeron  Canada
25 Defender Farid Silvera  Canada
27 Midfielder Tristan Grant-Gignac (Reserve)  Canada
28 Forward Thomas Barale  Canada
29 Defender William Gagne (Reserve)  Canada
35 Defender Gerald Guillebaud  Ivory Coast
36 Defender Aurelien Bassement  France
39 Midfielder Jonas Myango-Kakude  Canada
40 Defender Pierre-Olivier Jacques (Reserve)  Canada
-- Midfielder James Hone-Blanchet  Canada

Women's First Team[edit | edit source]

As of June 14, 2018[10]

Where a player has not declared an international allegiance, nation is determined by place of birth.

No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Marie-Joelle Vandal  Canada
2 Midfielder Ariane Langlois  Canada
3 Forward Florence Duval  Canada
4 Defender Marie Ujeneza  Canada
5 Defender Laurence Desrosiers  Canada
6 Midfielder Genevieve Girard  Canada
7 Forward Rosalie Dumont  Canada
8 Defender Elisabeth Tse  Canada
10 Midfielder Gabrielle Carle  Canada
11 Forward Evelyne Viens  Canada
20 Forward Catherine Lagace  Canada
22 Goalkeeper Anne-Marie Laroche  Canada
23 Goalkeeper Myriam Lebreque  Canada
30 Midfielder Virginie Deschenes  Canada
31 Forward Mireille Patry  Canada
32 Defender Easther Mayi Kith  Canada
33 Midfielder Eve Malo  Canada
34 Defender Ariane Routhier  Canada
37 Midfielder Dominique Fortin  Canada
38 Defender Annabelle Cloutier  Canada
40 Defender Helene Moreau  Canada

Coaching and Front-Office Staff[edit | edit source]

General Manager Alexandre Harvey
Technical Director Helder Duarte
First Team Head Coach Edmond Foyé
Women's Team Head Coach Alfred Picariello
Women's Team Assistant Coach Rachael Collard
Reserve Team Head Coach Dominique Morin
Goalkeeper Coach Nabil Haned
Equipment Manager David Vargas

Supporter Groups[edit | edit source]

  • Section Ludovica: Created in 2012, this independent supporter group has decided to support and cheer for the club in the spirit of solidarity and amiability. This group is growing and their cheers are an integral part of the Dynamo game-day experience. At the Stade Honco in Charny, Section Ludovica takes a prominent place in the eastern section of the stands, near the section where players come into the field.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "De 1991 à 2007 | Association Régionale de Soccer de Québec". www.kreezee.com. Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  2. Le Dynamo de Québec joint les rangs de la PLSQ, Dynamo de Québec, May 11, 2016
  3. Match amical : Le Dynamo de Québec domine le Mistral de Sherbrooke (1-0), Juste Soccer, March 25, 2017
  4. Le Dynamo fait 1-1 à son premier match PLSQ contre l'AS Blainville, Dynamo de Québec, April 1, 2017
  5. {{weblink|title=Le Dynamo s'incline 1-0 à son dernier match préparatoire | Dynamo de Québec|url=http://www.dynamoquebec.com/actualites/le-dynamo-s-incline-1-0-a-son-dernier-match-preparatoire/],Dynamo de Québec, May 3, 2017
  6. Boutin, Richard. "Gabrielle Carle avec le Dynamo". Le Journal de Québec (in français). Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  7. St-Gelais, Roby. "Le Dynamo à L'Ancienne-Lorette... et ailleurs". Le Journal de Québec (in français). Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  8. "Mario Gerges – TSS FC Rovers". www.tssrovers.com. Retrieved 2018-06-14.
  9. . TSI Sports http://www.tsisports.ca/soccer/ligue/l_statEq.aspx?eq=3007001-2018E. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  10. "PTS-LIGUE 2018". TSI Sports.


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