FC Sète 34

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Sète 34
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Full name Football Club de Sète 34
Nickname(s) Les dauphins or Verts et blancs
Founded 1900; 114 years ago (1900)
Ground Stade Louis Michel, Sète
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Émile Anfosso
Manager Fréd Rémola
League CFA
2013-2014 CFA2, 1st (Promoted)

FC Sète 34 is a French football club based in Sète and founded in 1900. The club won the French league twice (in 1934 and 1939) and the French cup also twice (1930 and 1934). In 1934 they became the first club to win the French league and cup double.

In 2006, it finished in last place in Ligue 2 and was relegated to Championnat National. On 24 July 2009 the club were demoted to the sixth tier of the French football league system, the Division d'Honneur.[1]

Squad 2012–13[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 France GK Hendrick Riviere
2 France DF Vivian Dors
3 France MF Vincent Mendy
4 Morocco DF Abdel Kharrazi
6 Algeria MF Féthi Mohad
8 France FW Loïc Chaveriat
9 France FW Christophe Rouve
10 Ivory Coast MF Moustapha Traoré
11 Morocco FW Driss Abahlil
14 France DF Xavier Burdin
15 France MF Gregory du Frenice
No. Position Player
16 France GK Florian Pigeyre
18 France MF Alexandre Moreno
19 France FW Julien Schulzendorf
20 France DF Julien Vellas
22 France MF Valentin Capelli
24 Cape Verde MF Miguel Alves
27 France FW Patrice Assouvie
28 France MF Stéphan De Rueda
29 Algeria DF Foued Taalat
30 France GK Mickaël Abrial
34 France MF Hugo Messens

Staff[edit]

  • Head CoachFréd Rémola
  • Assistant Coach – Christophe Archimbeau
  • Assistant Coach – Jean-Pascal Beauftreton
  • Director General – Roger Carrette
  • Manager – Françis Valente

Notable players[edit]

Former coaches[edit]

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Honours[edit]

  • Champion of France (highest level) : 1934, 1939
  • Winner of the French Cup : 1930, 1934
  • Finalist of Coupe de France : 1923, 1924, 1929, 1942
  • Champion of DH Sud-Est : 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1968.
  • Champion of USFSA Languedoc : 1907, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914.

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