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USFAS Bamako

USFAS
Full name Union Sportive des Forces
Armées et Sécurité de Bamako
Founded 1965
Ground Stade Municipal de USFAS
Bamako, Mali
Ground Capacity 5,000
Manager Xavier Kaboré
League Malien Premiere Division
2013–14 8th

USFAS Bamako is a Malian football club based in Bamako. They play in the top division in Malian football and are owned by the Malian Army. Their home stadium is Stade Municipal de USFAS.

Contents

  • Achievements 1
  • Performance in CAF competitions 2
  • Current squad 3
  • References 4

Achievements

1995

Performance in CAF competitions

1998 - First Round
2000 - First Round

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Issiaka Traoré
2 DF Brice Bayala (Captain)
3 DF Martin Kafando
4 DF Ousséni Yéyé
5 DF Saïbou Traoré
7 MF Blaise Yaméogo
8 MF Mikayoul Dramé
9 FW Youssouf Yaméogo
10 MF Désiré Sanou
11 FW Abdoul Aziz Djelbéogo
13 DF Mohamed Mariko
14 MF Ibrahim Diabaté
No. Position Player
15 DF Abdou Traoré
16 GK Siaka Coulibaly
17 DF Koman Mady Sidibé
18 FW Boniface Zoundi
20 FW Ousmane Ben Goïta
21 DF Sékou Diawara
22 MF Lassine Koné
23 DF Bakaye Camara
24 MF Boubacar Diarra
26 FW Lassine Berthé
28 DF Abdramane Dramé

References

  • Mali 2007/08 Championnat National Première Division
  • Mali 2006/07 Championnat National Première Division Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, retrieved 2008-03-04. Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, retrieved 2008-03-04.
  • Mali - List of Champions Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, retrieved 2008-03-04.
  • Mali - List of Cup Winners Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, retrieved 2008-03-04.


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