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Angoulême CFC

 

Angoulême CFC

Angoulême CFC
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Full name Angoulême Charente
Football Club
Founded 1920; Template:Years or months ago (1920)
Ground Stade Lebon,
Angoulême
Ground Capacity 6,500
Manager Johann Dumais
Gilles Crapoulet
League CFA 2
2012–13 DH Centre-Ouest, 1st (promoted)
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Angoulême CFC is a French association football club from the city of Angoulême, currently playing in Championnat de France amateur 2 (5th division). Founded in 1920 as SC Angoulême, the club is well known as AS Angoulême, a name the club bore from 1948 to 1992 .They assumed their current name in 2005.

Names of the club

  • Founded in 1920 : « SC Angoulême » from 1920 to 1925.
  • « AS des Charentes » from 1925 to 1948.(professional from 1945 to 1948)
  • « AS Angoulême (ASA) » from 1948 to 1992.(professional from 1965 to 1994.
  • « AS Angoulême-Charente 92 (ASAC92) » from 1992 to 2005.
  • « Angoulême Charente Football Club (ACFC) » since 2005.

Honours

  • Division 2:runner-up 1969
  • CFA group C :2001
  • DH Centre-Ouest (6th division): 1923, 1924, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1942, 1945, 1980, 1980, 1986, 1998, 2002, 2007, 2013.
  • Coupe de France: semi-finalists : 1947, 1967, 1968, 1979
  • Trofeo Villa de Gijón: winners : 1967

History

The team played in Division 1 three seasons, from 1969 to 1972, managing a qualification in Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1970–1971 but the team was defeated by Vitória S.C. in the first round.

Season Competition Round Country Club Score
1970–1971 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1st round Portugal Vitória S.C. 0–3, 3–1

The team played in National from 2001 to 2004 when the team fell in CFA.At the end of the 2004–2005 season the team suffered a forced relegation in Division d'honneur (DH) of the Ligue du Centre-Ouest (6th division) due to financial problems.

Notable players

Managerial history

  • France Guy Latapie (1984–1987)
  • Argentina Ángel Bargas (1987–1991)
  • France Patrick Duvoid (1991 – October 1991)
  • Poland Andrzej Szarmach (October 1991 – April 1995)
  • France Guy Latapie (April 1995 – March 1997)
  • France Éric Guérit (March 1997 – December 1998)
  • France Patrice Neveu (December 1998 – 1999)
  • France Christian Letard (1999 – January 2001)
  • France Hervé Goursat (January 2001 – 2003)
  • France Pascal Chavroche (2003 – August 2003)
  • France Yannick Plissoneau (August 2003 – October 2003)
  • France Patrice Lair (October 2003 – February 2004)
  • France Éric Guérit (February 2004 – 2005)
  • France Nicolas Bastère (June 2005 - February 2008)
  • France Jean-Claude Chemier (February 2008 - March 2008)
  • France Laurent Dauriac (July 2008 - June 2009)
  • France Jean-Jacques Eydelie (July 2009 - June 2010)
  • France Jean-Pierre Bernard (July 2010 - April 2011)
  • France Johann Dumais - Gilles Crapoulet (since April 2011)

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Current squad

  • Goalkeepers
    • Julien Logeais
    • Sébastien Raphose
  • Defenders
    • Tora Kaba
    • Quentin Leroy
    • Jules Diouf
    • Nabil Barinchi
    • Alvin Henri
    • Bandiougou Tounkara
    • Richard Pelletier
    • Maxime Perrière
  • Midfielders
    • Anthony Le Gall
    • Gaël Maïa
    • Florian Duhai
    • Alexandre Da Cunha
    • Thierry Girard
    • Fred Narvalas
    • Nicolas Dumontet
    • Benjamin Clément
  • Forwards
    • Gilles Fabien
    • Anthony Vignaud
    • Jérémy Manem
    • Jérémy Baiola
    • Alexandre Limousin
    • Nicolas Lambert


References

External links

  • Official site
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