|Date of birth||7 February 1949|
|Place of birth||Saint-Imier, Switzerland|
|Le Mans UC72 (President's advisor)|
|1967–1971||FC La Chaux-de-Fonds||52||(27)|
|2004–2009||Le Mans (President's advisor)|
|2009–||Le Mans (President's advisor)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in Saint-Imier, Jeandupeux began playing football for FC La Chaux-de-Fonds. In 1972, he joined FC Zürich, where he would win two Swiss league titles (1974 and 1975) and one Swiss cup (1973). Jeandupeux signed with French side FC Girondins de Bordeaux in 1975. He played for Bordeaux until his career ended when his leg was broken by a tackle on 1 October 1977.
Jeandupeux made 35 appearances and scored two goals for the Switzerland national football team from 1969 to 1977.
Jeandupeux last managed Ligue 1 Le Mans UC72, replacing Yves Bertucci in February 2009. He was replaced in May by Arnaud Cormier, but stayed at the club as president's advisor. Jeandupeux has also had spells managing other French sides — SM Caen, Toulouse, and RC Strasbourg. As well as having managed Swiss sides FC Sion and FC Zürich, and the Swiss national team.
|Switzerland||March 1986||April 1989||28||8||8||12||28.57||32||33||-1|
|Caen||November 1997||November 1997|
|Le Mans UC72||February 2004||December 2004|
|Le Mans UC72||2 February 2009||Present|
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