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Stade Briochin

Stade Briochin
Full name Stade Briochin
Founded 1904 (1904)
Ground Stade Fred Aubert,
Saint-Brieuc
Ground Capacity 11000 (3500 seated)
Chairman Guillaume Allanou
Coach Sylvain Didot
League Division Supérieure Elite
Stade Briochin, founded in 1904, are a French association football team based in Saint-Brieuc, France, who are currently playing in the Britain Division Supérieure Elite, the seventh tier in the French football league system. They play at the Stade Fred Aubert in Saint-Brieuc, which can hold 11,000 fans.

They played 3 seasons in the French Deuxième division during 90's.

From 2002-2004, the club played at the fourth level of French football, the Championnat de France Amateurs but were relegated after finishing bottom of their group.

Briochin also has a women's team which is more successful than the men's.

External links

  • Official site
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