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Brigitte Henriques

Deputy Vice-President at French Football Federation (FFF)

Selected 31 times in the French Women's Team, Brigitte Henriques, born March 4, 1971 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye (78), entered the world of football through the field. Champion of France three times under the colors of FCF Juvisy (1994, 1996 and 1997), the former midfielder was then a professor of Physical and Sports Education. After spending two years as general manager of the women's section of Paris Saint-Germain (2009-2011), she became Secretary General of the FFF in 2011, before becoming its Vice-President in 2017.. In particular, it set up the football feminization plan launched in 2011-2012 by the FFF. Also secretary general of the Fondaction du football and deputy vice-president of the CNOSF, she is in charge of the development of sports practices in France.

Roles

  • Deputy Vice-President

    Current role

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