CS Bourgoin-Jallieu

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Bourgoin-Jallieu
Cs bourgoin badge.png
Full name Club Sportif Bourgoin-Jallieu Rugby
Founded 1906; 108 years ago (1906)
Location Bourgoin-Jallieu, France
Ground(s) Stade Pierre Rajon (Capacity: 10,000)
President France Gaston Maulin
France Pierre Martinet (Honorary)
Coach(es) France Éric Catinot
Captain(s) France Julien Frier
League(s) Pro D2
2013–14 8th
1st kit
2nd kit
3rd kit
Official website
www.csbj-rugby.fr

CS Bourgoin-Jallieu is a French rugby union club currently competing in the third level of the French league system (also known by its French initialism of LNR) in the Fédérale 1. The club have been runners-up in the French championship and the Challenge Yves du Manoir competitions, and have won the Challenge Cup.

Founded in 1906 as "Club Sportif Bergusien". They play at Stade Pierre Rajon (capacity 10,000). They are based in Bourgoin-Jallieu in Rhône-Alpes.

History[edit]

The club was established in 1906 as "Club Sportif Bergusien". In 1997 the club had a very successful season; contesting the Challenge Yves du Manoir final, losing to Section Paloise 13 to 11, as well as making it to the final of the French championship, where they went down to Toulouse, 12 to 6 at Parc des Princes in Paris. Also that year they made it to the final of the Challenge Cup, where they defeated fellow French club Castres 18 to 9 in Béziers. They played in the 1997–98 Heineken Cup, winning two of their 6 pool fixtures, missing out on the finals.

The club had similar success in various competitions in the 1999 season, again contesting the Challenge Yves du Manoir, which they lost to Stade Français Paris 27 to 19, as well as contesting the European Shield final, which they also lost, to AS Montferrand 25 to 16 in Lyon. The club saw similar results in their 1999–2000 Heineken Cup season to that of the 1997-98 competition, winning two of their six pool fixtures, not moving into the finals.

CS Bourgoin-Jallieu also contested the final two Challenge Yves du Manoir finals, in 2003. They did however lose both games, being defeated by La Rochelle 22 to 20 in early 2003, and losing to Castres 27 to 26 in November 2003. In the 2002–03 Heineken Cup the club achieved its best result yet, finishing second in their pool, winning four of their six games, but still missing out on the finals. However, their 2004–05 Heineken Cup campaign was not successful at all, losing all six pool games and finishing last in their group.

For the 2006-07 Heineken Cup home fixture against Munster, Stade de Genève which can hold over 30,000 spectators was used instead of Stade Pierre Rajon. The attendance on the day was 16,255.

The 2008–09 season saw both a measure of success and multiple relegation dangers. While they reached the final of the that season's European Challenge Cup, losing to Northampton Saints, they spent most of the season hovering close to the drop zone. They also faced financial trouble serious enough that they were in danger of forced relegation to Pro D2. CSBJ, however, finished the league season in a safe spot (11th) and were able to provide LNR with sufficient financial guarantees to enable them to stay in Top 14 for 2009–10.[1]

Club honours[edit]

Bougoin playing Munster in Limerick.
  • French championship
    • Runners-up: 1997
  • French second division
    • Champions : 1965, 1971, 1973
  • European Challenge Cup
    • Champions: 1997
    • Runners-up: 1999, 2009
  • Challenge Yves du Manoir
    • Runners-up: 1997, 1998, 2002, 2003
  • Group B French Champions
    • Champions : 1984
    • Runners-up : 1982
  • Challenge Jean Bouin
    • Champions : 1995
  • French Championship Reserves
    • Champions : 1972 (Division Nationale), 1998 (Espoirs), 1999 (Elite B)
    • Runners-up : 1997 (Espoirs)
  • Cup Frantz-Reichel
    • Champions : 2006, 2007
    • Runners-up : 1998

Finals results[edit]

French championship[edit]

Date Winner Runner-up Score Venue Spectaters
31 May 1997 Stade Toulousain CS Bourgoin 12-6 Parc des Princes, Paris 44.000

Challenge Cup[edit]

Date Winner Runner-up Score Venue Spectators
26 January 1997 CS Bourgoin-Jallieu Castres Olympique 18-9 Stade de la Méditerranée, Béziers 10.000
27 February 1999 AS Montferrand CS Bourgoin-Jallieu 35-16 Stade de Gerland, Lyon 31.986
22 May 2009 Northampton Saints CS Bourgoin-Jallieu 15-3 The Stoop, Twickenham 9.260

Challenge Yves du Manoir[edit]

Year Winner Score Runner-up
1997 Section Paloise 13-11 CS Bourgoin-Jallieu
1999 Stade Français Paris 27-19 CS Bourgoin-Jallieu
2003 (March) Stade Rochelais 22-20 CS Bourgoin-Jallieu
2003 (November) Castres Olympique 27-26 CS Bourgoin-Jallieu

Current standings[edit]

2014–15 Rugby Pro D2 Table watch · edit · discuss
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Pau 14 12 0 2 333 238 +95 4 1 49
2 Mont-de-Marsan 15 9 0 6 332 277 +55 0 3 39
3 Biarritz 14 9 0 5 304 271 +33 2 0 38
4 Perpignan 14 7 1 6 330 272 +58 2 4 36
5 Albi 14 8 0 6 307 305 +2 1 3 36
6 Aurillac 14 7 2 5 268 257 +11 2 2 36
7 Colomiers 14 8 0 6 290 272 +18 1 1 34
8 Montauban 14 7 0 7 296 258 +38 3 3 34
9 Béziers 14 7 0 7 283 271 +12 0 3 31
10 Agen 14 6 0 8 331 328 +3 2 3 29
11 Carcassonne 14 6 0 8 329 332 –3 1 3 28
12 Tarbes 14 6 0 8 308 388 −80 0 3 27
13 Massy 14 5 0 9 298 336 −38 1 4 25
14 Dax 15 5 0 10 252 332 −80 0 2 22
15 Bourgoin 14 5 1 8 281 332 –51 1 2 21
16 Narbonne 14 5 0 9 257 330 −73 0 1 21
Green background (row 1) Champions automatically promoted to Top 14. Blue background denotes teams that qualify for the promotion play-offs. Red background (row 15 and 16) will be relegated to Fédérale 1. Updated: 30 November 2014

Current squad[edit]

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

Player Position Union
Mohammed Kribache Hooker France France
Jordan Merle Hooker France France
Pierre Saby Hooker France France
Erwan Iapteff Prop France France
Arthur Joly Prop France France
Franck Montanella Prop France France
Vincent Pelo Prop France France
Benjamin Sore Prop France France
Ruben Spachuk Prop Portugal Portugal
Léandre Cotte Lock France France
Cecil-John Kemp Lock South Africa South Africa
Camille Levast Lock France France
Albin Louchard Lock France France
Thomas Vervoort Lock France France
Christophe André Flanker France France
Jérémy Guillot Flanker France France
Wessel Jooste Flanker South Africa South Africa
Bogdan Leonte Flanker France France
Filipe Manu Number 8 New Zealand New Zealand
Rhys Oakley Number 8 Wales Wales
Player Position Union
Fabio da Silva Scrum-half Portugal Portugal
Jérémy Gondrand Scrum-half France France
Josh Holmes Scrum-half Australia Australia
Walter Argoud Fly-half France France
Julien Gros Fly-half France France
Romain Sola Fly-half France France
Fabien Perrin Centre France France
Grégory Puyo Centre France France
Elvis Seveali'i Centre Samoa Samoa
Piet van Zyl Centre Namibia Namibia
Anthony Forest Wing France France
Randall Kamea Wing Fiji Fiji
Maël Moinot Wing France France
Henari Veratau Wing Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Alexandre Péclier Fullback France France

2013-14 in[edit]

2013-14 out[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bourgoin reste parmi l'élite". L'Équipe (in French). 2009-06-12. Retrieved 2009-06-15. 

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