Évry FC

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L'A.S Évry Football
Full name L'Association Sportive Évry Football
Founded 1898
Dissolved 2011
Ground Stade Jacques Desroys du Roure
Évry, Essonne, Paris
Ground Capacity 1,400
Chairman Lavan Pascal
League DH Paris Île-de-France
2007-08 DH Paris Île-de-France

L'Association Sportive Évry Football was a French association football club founded in 1898 and dissolved 2011 after.[clarification needed][1]

They were based in Évry, France, and were last playing in the Division d'honneur division in the Paris, Île-de-France region, the sixth tier of the French football league system. They played at the Stade Jacques Desroys du Roure in Évry.[2] In July 2008, the club reportedly came to an agreement with nearby club ES Viry-Châtillon. In December 2011, they merged with city rival Ville d'Evry Sport Club to form Évry FC.[3]

Notable coaches[edit]

  • Bernard Touret (1996-2011)[4]

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