Étoile Filante du Togo

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Étoile Filante
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Full name Étoile Filante du Togo
Founded 1932
Ground Stade Oscar Anthony,
Lomé, Togo
Ground Capacity 10,000
League Togolese Championnat National
2009 7th

Étoile Filante du Togo is a professional Togolese football club based in Lomé. Their home stadium is Stade Oscar Anthony. The club name translates as "Shooting Star of Lomé" and are known locally as "The Meteors".

Étoile Filante has won the national league championship seven times and were defeated finalists in the 1968 African Cup of Champions Clubs.[1]

On 26 November 2011, some of the team's players were killed or injured in a bus crash near the Togolese city of Atakpame whilst travelling to a match.[2]

Honours[edit]

1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1992
1956, 1958, 1961, 1994
Finalists: 1996
Finalists: 1968
1960

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

1966: First Round
1968: Finalist
1969: Quarter-Finals
1993: Preliminary Round
1996 - First Round
1998 - First Round
1995 - First Round

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
6 Togo MF Blaise Kouma
15 Togo DF Ayao Akpah Foly
No. Position Player
17 Togo MF Tchibiakou Doevi
- Togo MF Kodjo Doumassesse
- Togo FW Abibou Mouhamadou

Former players[edit]

  • Togo Kader Cougbadja
  • Togo Agassa Kossi
  • Benin Comlanvi Akakpo
  • Brazil Marcelão
  • Nigeria Christian Chukwu
  • Nigeria Idika Okoro
  • Nigeria Uche Uwaekwe
  • Togo Alexandre Adekambi
  • Togo Sadat Ouro Akoriko Sadat
  • Togo Eric Akoto
  • Togo Paul Adotê Akpabie
  • Togo Franck Atsou
  • Togo Djaledjete Belbate
  • Togo Frank Fiawoo
  • Togo Waké Nibombe
  • Togo Tommy Sylvest

Presidents (1933-60)[edit]

  • Victor Atakpmey (1933–34)
  • Philipe Nasr (1934–43)
  • Ernest Sogodzo Kebey (1943–50)
  • Stanislas Segbeaya (1950–51)
  • Nicolas Djondjo (1952–55)
  • Joseph Firmin Abalo (1958–60)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Profile of Teams: Togo" (PDF). CAFoot. January 2010. 
  2. ^ "Togo top footballers killed in bus crash". BBC News. Retrieved 27 November 2011. 

External links[edit]