It is now official, the Paris Mousquetaires will take up residence at the Jean-Bouin stadium this summer. Newly created, the American football franchise participates for the first time in the European League. This competition brings together sixteen teams from eight different countries. The Parisians will cross swords six times at home, between June 10 and September 2.
Their first game will pit them against the Stuttgart Surge. The next three games will be played against other German teams: Hamburg Sea Devils (July 1), Rhein Fire (July 16) and Frankfurt Galaxy (July 23). The Musketeers will return to their Jean-Bouin arena at the end of August for the reception of the Barcelona Dragons (August 26). The last meeting is scheduled against the Centurions of Cologne (September 2). The final of the European Football League will be played on September 24 in Germany, in Duisburg.
The Parisian club was delighted in its press release to be able to play at the Jean-Bouin stadium. “We want to be the sporting and cultural workshop that brings together the best of the best of Paris,” said general manager Marc-Angelo Soumah.
In the lair of the French Stadium
The former Cleveland Browns player in NFL shared his desire to offer a unique experience to his fans. “We want to fearlessly and tirelessly seek innovation in order to be at the forefront of everything that makes our events a unique and appreciated Parisian experience. Human performance, cultural experience, high performance sport, artistic expression, immersive technology, and more. »
For their first season in the European League, the American footballers of the Musketeers now have everything to shine. In the lair of the French stadium, they will try to achieve a season worthy of that of their fellow rugby players, current third in the Top 14 behind Toulouse and La Rochelle and still in the race for qualification in the final phase.