By Ile de France editorial staff
Christophe Dominici in the Stade Français jersey (© PHOTOPQR / LE PARISIEN)
Pierre Rabadan, deputy mayor of Paris in charge of Sports and former teammate of Christophe Dominici at the Stade Français, announced this Thursday, December 17, 2020, at the Paris Council, that its name would soon be associated with sports equipment in the capital. A tribute to this figure of the great years of rugby in Paris, died suddenly on November 24 at the age of 48.
Eleven years spent under the Stade Français colors
It is with great emotion that Pierre Rabadan retraced the course of “Domi”, saying then “particularly touched by the long applause that followed”.
If he started his career in Toulon, it was truly in Paris that it took off with an immediate title of champion of France in 1998.
After his death, the club paid tribute to him: “During the 11 years spent under our colors, Christophe will have, thanks to his incredible talent and his class, greatly contributed to writing the history of the club”.
Christophe Dominici has won the Brennus shield 5 times with Stade Français and was a two-time European Cup finalist.