|Full name||L'Entente Sportive Viry-Châtillon|
|Ground||Stade Henri Longuet
|Chairman||Stéphane San Pedro|
|League||CFA Group D|
|2012-13||CFA Group D, 14th|
|Website||Club home page|
L'Entente Sportive Viry-Châtillon is a French Association football team, based in Viry-Châtillon, Paris. It currently plays in Championnat de France amateur Group D, the fourth tier in the French football league system, holding home games at the Stade Henri Longuet, which has a capacity of 5,700. Their most famous ever player is Thierry Henry.
Founded in 1958 after two local sides, L'Union Sportive de Viry, which existed between 1932 to 1958, and FC Viry, (1952–58), merged.
In July 2008, the club reportedly came to an agreement with nearby club AS Evry for another merge.
As of 25 October 2012.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Official website (French)