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Stade Brest

Stade Brestois 29
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Full name Stade Brestois 29
Founded 1903;  (1903)
Ground Stade Francis-Le Blé,
Brest
Ground Capacity 15,097
Chairman Michel Guyot
Manager Alex Dupont
League Ligue 2
2012–13 Ligue 1, 20th (relegated)
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Stade Brestois 29 (French pronunciation: ​[stɑd bʁɛstwɑː]; locally [stɒd brestwɒ]; commonly referred to as Stade Brest or simply Brest) is a French football club based in Brest. The club was founded in 1903 under the name Armoricaine de Brest and adopted its current name in 1950. Brest currently plays in Ligue 2, the second division in French football. The club plays its home matches at the Stade Francis le Blé, a stadium with a capacity of 15,097.

League participations (From 1950)

Ligue 1: 1979–1980, 1981–1988, 1989–1991, 2010–2013

Ligue 2: 1970–1979, 1980–1981, 1988–1989, 2004–2010, 2013-2014

National (Before 1970 CFA, Division 3 between 1970–1993): 1958–1963, 1966–1970, 1991–1997, 2000–2004

CFA (Before 1970 Division Honour): 1953–1958, 1963–1966, 1997–2000

CFA2 (Before 1970 Division Honour Regional): 1952–1953

Division Honour (Before 1970 Promotion Honour): 1951–1952

Promotion Ligue (Before 1970 District): 1950–1951

Sponsors

Players

Current squad

As of 13 August 2013.

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 France GK Alexis Thébaux
4 France DF Johan Martial
5 France DF Bernard Mendy (Captain)
6 France MF Bruno Grougi (Vice Captain)
7 Togo FW Jonathan Ayité
8 Ivory Coast DF Ismaël Traoré
9 France FW Nicolas Verdier
10 France MF Geoffrey Dernis
11 France MF Dominique Pandor (on loan from AS Monaco)
13 Tunisia MF Abel Khaled
14 Guadeloupe FW Alexandre Alphonse
15 France DF Florian Lejeune
16 Martinique GK Joan Hartock
18 France MF Diallo Guidileye
No. Position Player
19 France MF Benoît Lesoimier
20 Guinea MF Richard Soumah
21 Algeria DF Brahim Ferradj
22 Mali DF Ousmane Coulibaly
23 France MF Manuel Perez
24 France MF Tripy Makonda
25 France MF Johann Ramaré
27 France DF Florian Julien
28 France DF Timothée Dieng
29 France MF André Auras
30 France GK Mathieu Kervestin
Martinique DF Wilfried Moimbé
France DF Simon Falette (on loan from Lorient)

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
23 Curaçao FW Charlison Benschop (at Fortuna Düsseldorf)

Notable players

Below are the notable former and current players who have represented Stade Brestois in league and international competition since the club's foundation in 1903. To appear in the section below, a player must have either played in at least 80 official matches for the club or represented their country's national team either while playing for Brest or after departing the club.

For a complete list of Stade Brestois players, see Category:Stade Brestois 29 players.

Coaches

History of last 14 years

Saison Cat. Div. Pos. GP W D L GF GA Points Eur.Cup Entrance French Cup French League Cup Av.Attendance
Stade Brest 29
1997/98 4 CFA-D 9. 34 12 10 12 45 40 46 --- qual.stage 530
1998/99 4 CFA-D 9. 34 12 12 10 44 38 48 --- qual.stage
1999/00 4 CFA-D 1. 34 20 9 5 50 31 69 --- R. 1/32
2000/01 3 Championnat National 6. 38 19 6 13 64 48 63 --- qual.stage
2001/02 3 Championnat National 13. 38 11 11 16 40 43 44 --- qual.stage
2002/03 3 Championnat National 10. 38 13 11 14 49 44 50 --- qual.stage
2003/04 3 Championnat National 2. 38 20 8 10 45 30 68 --- R.1/8
2004/05 2 Ligue 2 9. 38 13 16 9 38 34 55 --- R.1/32 R.1/16 7,339
2005/06 2 Ligue 2 17. 38 9 15 14 34 48 42 --- R.1/8 qual.stage 6,167
2006/07 2 Ligue 2 14. 38 10 15 13 40 40 45 --- R.1/32 qual.stage 5,961
2007/08 2 Ligue 2 7. 38 15 12 11 38 38 57 --- R.1/16 R.1/32
2008/09 2 Ligue 2 14. 38 13 6 19 45 50 45 --- R.1/16 qual.stage
2009/10 2 Ligue 2 2. 38 20 7 11 53 34 67 --- R.1/16 first round
2010/11 1 Ligue 1 16. 38 11 13 14 36 43 46 --- R.1/32 third round

Partnership

Since September 2011, Stade Brestois 29 sponsors its amateur American counterpart in New York, Stade Brestois New York [1] · .[2]

References

External links

  • Official website

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