PSG schedule for the month of December


With the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar taking place from Nov. 20 to Dec. 18, PSG gave the players from the club not been called a brief vacation. They are bound to return to the training ground at Camp des Loges on Monday, Dec. 5.

Paris Saint-Germain's players who have already left the World Cup or that missed it entirely are expected back at PSG facilities on the first Monday of December. They will continue their work on the training ground, with two friendlies to play before the league resumes.

Multiple players that missed the World Cup, such as Presnel Kimpembe, Fabian Ruiz, and most recently Hugo Ekitike, have already revealed their presence at Camp des Loges days in advance of the official return date to boost their recoveries from different injuries or just getting as ready as possible for the second half of the season.

With the World Cup having entered the knockout stages at the start of December, more players will inevitably get eliminated from contention. Those will immediately report back to Paris' training ground ahead of the restart of the club competitions.

The goal, of course, is getting ready for the return of the official competitions at the end of December with the first game against Ligue 1 opponent Strasbourg on Dec. 28.

PSG will play two friendly matches against Paris FC and Quevilly before getting back to Ligue 1 competition

Before resuming their Ligue 1 campaign, PSG will play two friendly matches against Paris FC (Ligue 2), on Friday, Dec. 16, and against Quevilly-Rouen Métropole (Ligue 2) on Wednesday, Dec. 21.

Eleven Parisians left for the World Cup in Qatar with their respective national teams. Meanwhile, the non-World Cup participants will be given an individually tailored training program before returning to the training center on Dec. 5 as part of the whole group.

Next. Hugo Ekitike back training at Camp des Loges in advance of official return date. dark

The French Ligue 1 will resume in late December debuting the first-ever "Boxing Day" in France's top-flight division. Matchday 16 will see Paris Saint-Germain host RC Strasbourg at the Parc des Princes.