Wendie Renard – Worn soccer jersey signed


Worn soccer jersey signed of Lyon

Wendie Renard

Born in Martinique on July 20, 1990, Wendie Renard is a French international footballer, among the best known faces of the French women’s football team. Trained on his native island, Wendie Renard discovered football in mainland France in 2006 as part of the Olympique Lyonnais squad. A year later, the Martiniquaise became part of the professional group and contested its first official meetings. Over the seasons, she participated in the domination of OL in France and in Europe with, between 2007 and 2019, 13 titles of champion of France, 8 victories in the Coupe de France and 6 Leagues of champions.
Player of the French team since her professional beginnings, Wendie Renard puts on the blue A tunic for the first time in 2011, of which she will be the captain from 2013 to 2017. In 2015, she was elected in the eleven type of the Cup of the world despite the failure of France in the quarterfinals. In 2018, Wendie Renard was one of the few players to have surpassed the 100 national team caps. The same year, her name appeared in the list of players named for the first female Golden Ball in 2018 and in 2019 when she was the first French woman.
In August 2016, she was the captain of the France team, which reached the quarter-finals of the Olympic Games, eliminated by Canada.
In 2018, she was nominated for the Best of FIFA award.
On May 2, 2019, she is summoned among the 23 to compete in the 2019 World Cup, where she will be one of the best players in the tournament.
In 2019, Wendie Renard is among the 50 most influential French people in the world, according to Vanity Fair, she is even the leading sports figure in the ranking.

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Association Emma

Founded in 2016 in Lyon, with a branch in Saint-Barthélemy in the Antilles, the Emma association helps families of children with learning disabilities at school:

dyslexia / dyspraxia / dysphasia / dysorthographies / dyscalculias.
attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity (ADD / H)
High potential children