|Born||Dec 7, 1968|
|Age||54 years old|
Landry Chauvin joined Stade Rennais in 1992 as a coach at the club’s Academy setup arriving from AS Vitré. In 2003, he was the boss of the golden generation of Stade Rennais youngsters who he led to success in the Gambardella Cup (French Youth Cup), with players such as Chaigneau, Bourillon, Faty, Mvuemba, Gourcuff, Briand and N’Guéma. After two titles with the Reserve side in 2004 and 2007, he converted to First Team Assistant Manager under Pierre Dréossi. The results of the flagship team were very disappointing, and at the end of December of the same year, he left the club as Guy Lacombe arrived with a new coaching staff. Landry Chauvin then became manager at Sedan and Nantes in Ligue 2, and then Brest in Ligue 1 before a short-lived tenure at CA Tunis. In September 2014, he rejoined the Academy setup at Caen where he became the Academy Director, before returning to Rennes as director of the Red and Blacks Academy in February 2015 at the behest of Manager Philippe Montanier and President René Ruello. The arrival of Olivier Létang as President at the end of 2017 made things difficult for him, and he quit his role in June 2019, to be replaced by Éric Assadourian.