DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO FRANCE
May 31, 1982
Kinshasa, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
|Age||40 years old|
|Arrival(s)||Formed at the academy|
RD Congo A
Trésor Luntala was born in Kinshasa, with as a dual-national French-Congolese. He began his footballing career at the Stade Rennais academy as of 1997. He stayed with the Red and Blacks for two seasons before heading off to England. There, he joined Birmingham City in 1998, where he played for the U18s, initially, before getting in the First Team in 2001. He returned to France between 2002-2003, signing for Guingamp, where he mainly played in the reserve team. The following year, he signed for Swiss club, Grasshoppers Zurich before spending the next two seasons in Belgium, firstly with RCS Visé, and then La Louvière. His European career continued in Greece with Asteras Tripolis in 2006, before joining Ethnikos Asteras for three seasons from 2007-2010. As an international footballer, he took part at the African Cup of Nations with Congo in 2004. In 2012, he was signed by Alençon for a final challenge, which lasted almost ten seasons. Playing in National 3 (French 5th Division) in his final season, he decided to hang his boots up and end his playing days, following an offer from Stade Rennais. Indeed, the Red and Blacks hired him in December 2021 as a youth team leader, having signed an agreement of non-solicitation agreement with the club.