Tempête Football Club is a Haitian football club, located in Saint-Marc, Haiti. The club was founded in 1970 and competes in Haiti's top league, Ligue Haïtienne. Tempête's home field is Parc Levelt in Saint-Marc.
History [ edit ]
Tempête Football Club was founded on July 5, 1970 at the Boulevard of Freedom in
Saint-Marc, Haiti. The club took its name from a thunderstorm that occurred during an afternoon match between local players . Fitting with this theme, the club adopted the colors blue and white for their kit.
Tempête won their first national league championship in 1992 as well as the
Super Coupe d'Haïti, defeating second division champion Don Bosco FC. First President : Andre Laguerre 1970 - 1975 [1 ]
CONCACAF Champions League [ edit ]
After winning the national championship in 2010, Tempête FC was awarded one of three
Caribbean spots in the preliminary round of the 2011-2012 CONCACAF Champions League, facing Monarcas Morelia of Mexico. The home match was to take place at Stade Sylvio Cator, but due to ongoing renovations following the 2010 Haiti earthquake both matches were played in Mexico. [2 ]
Achievements [ edit ]
1992, 2008 O, 2009 O, 2010 O, 2011 C.
1976, 1988, 1989, 2005, 2007.
2008, 2009, 2010.
Coupe Grandes Antilles First edition at Parc Levelt Final Tempête FC 1 - Baltimore SC 0
Performance in CONCACAF competitions 4 appearances [ edit ]
2009 - Fourth place
2011 - Second place
First Round (Caribbean 1989) Lost against
RC Rivière-Pilote, 0-0 (6-5 pen)
1993 - Forfeit due to political sanctions against Haiti.
2011 - Preliminary round: Lost to Monarcas Morelia 7-0 on aggregate (5-0 & 2-0)
The current Tempête FC logo
The former Tempête FC logo
Players [ edit ]
Current Squad [ edit ]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Players with Dual Nationality [ edit ]
Notable Players [ edit ]
Coaches [ edit ]
Frantz Valcin (1992)
Yves Elien (1976)
Jean Michel Vaval
Erns Nono Jean-Baptiste
Alix Avin (1992–94)
Daniel Jean Charles
Pierre André Dorvilus
Jean Hubert Anglade
Wilcuins Plaisir (2008-)
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]