SR Colmar

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SR Colmar
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Full name Sport Réunis de Colmar
Nickname(s) Les Verts (The greens)
Founded 1920; 94 years ago (1920)
Ground Colmar Stadium (previously Stade de Francs)
Ground Capacity 7,000
Chairman Roland Hunsinger
Manager Damien Ott
League Championnat National
2013–14 Championnat National, 4th

Sports Réunis Colmar is a French association football team founded in 1920.

History[edit]

They are based in Colmar, Alsace and are currently playing in the Championnat National, the third tier in the French football after winning Group A of the Championnat de France amateur in the 2009–10 season. The team plays its home matches at Colmar Stadium in Colmar. Colmar has played one season in Ligue 1 in 1948–49 and have spent five seasons in the second division Ligue 2. On 23 January 2010, Colmar defeated professional club Lille OSC in the Coupe de France 10–9 on penalty kicks giving the club one of its biggest victories to date.[1]

Achievements[edit]

  • CFA Group A Champion: 2010
  • Alsace Division Champion: 1973, 1997

Current squad[edit]

As of 16 March, 2014.[2]

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 Jean-François Verger
3 France DF Adel Khedir
4 France DF Vincent Decker
5 France DF Benoît Haaby (Captain)
6 Mali MF Abdou Diawara
7 France FW Abdel Moukhlil
9 France FW Frédéric Marques
10 France FW Romain Armand
11 Senegal FW Pape Sané (on loan from Niort)
12 France FW Hicham Benkaid
13 Martinique DF Christophe Hérelle (on loan from Sochaux)
No. Position Player
14 France FW Papa Ibou Kébé
15 France DF Loïc Meyer
16 Togo GK Cédric Mensah
17 France FW Aikel Gadacha
18 France MF Fabien Jarsale
20 France DF Jude Varsovie
21 France DF Judicael Crillon
22 France DF Malik M'Tir
23 France MF Adam Shaïek
28 France MF Sébastien Chéré
30 France GK Thomas Fédrigo

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