Étoile Fréjus Saint-Raphaël

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EFC Fréjus Saint-Raphaël
ES FréjusStRaphael.png
Full name Étoile Football Club Fréjus Saint-Raphaël
Founded 2009
Ground Stade Pourcin,
Ground Capacity 2,500
Chairman René Felix
Manager Michel Estevan
League Championnat National
2012–13 CN, 4th
Website Club home page

Étoile Football Club Fréjus Saint-Raphaël (Occitan: Frejús Sant Rafèu; commony referred to as Fréjus Saint-Raphaël, Étoile FC, or simply Fréjus) is a French association football club based in the neighboring communes of Fréjus and Saint-Raphaël. The club was formed in 2009 as a result of a merger between ES Fréjus and Stade Raphaëlois and currently play in the Championnat National, the third level of French football.[1][2] Fréjus Saint-Raphaël plays its home matches at the Stade Pourcin in Fréjus. The team is managed by Michel Estevan.


Current squad[edit]

As of 23 June, 2014.

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

No. Position Player
4 France DF Jean-Charles Cirilli
5 France DF Guillaume Chassac
7 France FW Mathieu Scarpelli
11 France FW Virgile Reset
12 Senegal MF Abdoulaye Keita
14 France MF Isaac Koné
15 France DF Vincent Fernandez
16 France GK Gaëtan Deneuve
26 France MF Raphaël Delvigne
30 France GK Jean-Simon Chazottes
No. Position Player
33 France MF Mohamed Ouchmid
France GK Julien Robinet
Ivory Coast DF Guy-Ange Troh
France DF Ismaël Gace
France MF Romain Padovani
France MF Jordan Astier (on loan from Nice)
France MF Loïc Damour
France MF Hakeem Achour
France FW Cyril Hennion
France FW Thomas Henry

Notable players[edit]

For a list of former Fréjus Saint-Raphaël players, see Category:Étoile Fréjus Saint-Raphaël players.



  • Division 4
    • Champions (1): 1991
  • Division d'Honneur (Méditerranée)
    • Champions (1): 1986


  • USFSA Championship
    • Champions (1): 1912
  • Division d'Honneur (Méditerranée)
    • Champions (1): 1980
  • USFSA League (Côte d'Azur)
    • Champions (6): 1908, 1909, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914


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