FDJ.fr ( previously FDJ FDJ - Big Mat, Française des Jeux or FDJeux.com ) is a French cycling team founded in 1997 with headquarters in Moussy- le -Vieux.


Sponsor of the team of athletic director Marc Madiot is the French national lottery Française des Jeux. Wheel Statter is the frame manufacturer Lapierre. Wheelsets and switching groups are provided by Shimano. The team possessed in the 2006 season, with a budget of approximately 6.5 million euros.

After the team had a license as a ProTeam in the years 2005 to 2010, it took in 2011 as a Professional Continental team to the race of the UCI World Tour and the UCI Continental Circuits part. For the season 2012-2014 the team was re- licensed as ProTeam.

The team is a member of the Mouvement Pour un Cyclisme Credible (short MPCC; German movement for a credible cycling ). By 2010, belonged to this team, a track cycling team.

Sports development

The team tends to be counted rather to the sprinters' teams and finished in the 2005 Tour de France the last place in the team standings. For 2006, therefore, a more aggressive driving style was announced. The injury-related failures of the regulars Bradley McGee, Lilian Jegou and Eric Leblacher hampered the team captained by Sandy Casar However, to achieve this goal, it was 17 of 20 and Benoît Vaugrenard wore the white jersey of best young rider during three stages.

In the three following tour appearances, the team improved: 2007 won Sandy Casar one stage, he was also 2008 best 14th Frenchman, and in 2009 he was two places behind his countryman and team-mate Christophe Le Mevel twelfth, which Le Mevel first time in a long time the team again represented in the top 10 overall at the end of the Tour de France, and he missed number 9 only 9 seconds.

2014 season

Successes in the UCI World Tour

Successes in the UCI Asia Tour

Successes in the UCI Europe Tour

Successes in Cyclocross 2013/2014

Departures - Arrivals


Placings in UCI rankings

UCI World Ranking

UCI ProTour

UCI World Calendar

UCI World Tour

UCI Africa Tour

UCI America Tour

UCI Asia Tour

UCI Europe Tour

UCI Oceania Tour