10 October 1978|
|Listed height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|2003–2004||STB Le Havre|
He started his career at Saint-Fulgent before joining the centre of excellence at Cholet Basket. He stayed at Cholet for a long time, under the management of Éric Girard, whom he followed to STB Le Havre and SIG. Jeanneau won the French Championship title with SIG in 2004/2005. Aymeric then had the chance to play in the Euroleague with the Strasbourg team in the 2005/2006 season. At the end of this season, he decided to leave SIG to move to ASVEL where he rejoined Laurent Foirest, his team mate at the 2006 FIBA World Championship in Japan with the French team.
The new Villeurbanne player was then announced as the reserve for Tony Parker for EuroBasket 2007 in Spain. However, a meniscus injury after only a few days into the tournament meant that he missed the rest of the competition.