Born in Marseille, France, Taugourdeau started his professional career in Italy, for Pisa Calcio. He made his Serie B debut on 1 November 2008, against Bari (later the 2009 champion). He replaced Alessandro Birindelli in the 85th minute, with the team losing 0–1 and ended with the same score.
After the team went bankrupt, he moved to Serie D side Carpi and scored 9 goals in the league and 1 in promotion playoffs, as regular season team second goalscorer behind Stefano Menchini (12 goals) and overall the 4th team highest goalscorer of the season behind Menchini (12+0 goals), Andrea Ferretti (6+5 goals. who only played half season) and Enrico Gherardi (7+4 goals). Carpi also entered the promotion playoffs and after 6 matches, Carpi finished as losing semi-finalists but were promoted due to numbers of team expelled from professional league due to financial difficulties.
He was signed by A.C. Prato in a temporary deal in January 2011.
On 1 January 2015 Taugourdeau left AlbinoLeffe again for Santarcangelo Calcio.
On 3 August 2015 Taugourdeau was signed for Piacenza.
In July 2017 he was signed by Trapani.
In January 2018 he moved back to Piacenza on loan.
In July 2018 he moved back to Trapani from loan, and won the Serie C.
On 27 August 2020 he signed a 3-year contract with Venezia.
On 31 August 2021 he moved to Vicenza on a two-year deal.