Toulouse FC (women)

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Toulouse FC logo.svg
Full name Toulouse Football Club Féminines
Founded 1980
Ground Stadium Annexe No. 2, Toulouse
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Olivier Sadran
Manager Mathieu Vrilliard
League Division 2
2010-11 Division 1, 11th (relegated)
Website Club home page

Toulouse FC Féminines is a French football representing Toulouse FC. It currently competes in the French Second Division. Founded in 1980 as Toulouse OAC, the team became a section of Toulouse FC in 2001, at its peak.

Toulouse OAC settled in the top positions of the French First Division in the second half of the 90s and soon became a powerhouse, winning four championships in a row between 1999 and 2002. It was the first team to achieve this since the league's unification in 1992.[1] The latter was their most successful season, as they also won the national Cup and reached the semifinals of the UEFA Women's Cup after topping its group and beating Arsenal FC.[2] The following year Toulouse was defeated by eventual champions Umeå IK in the quarterfinals.[3]

However, Toulouse gradually declined in the following years and was relegated in 2011. As of the end of the year Toulouse tops the category's Group C.[4]



National competition record[edit]

Season Division Place Coupe de France Top scorer
1984–85 2 (Gr. A) 03rd
1988–89 2 (Gr. B) 07th
1989–90 2 (Gr. A) 06th
1990–91 2 (Gr. B) 08th
1991–92 2 (Gr. B) 04th
1992–93 1 10th
1993–94 2 01st
1994–95 1 02nd
1995–96 1 03rd
1996–97 1 02nd
1997–98 1 03rd
1998–99 1 01st
1999–00 1 01st
2000–01 1 01st
2001–02 1 01st Champion Briche (14)
2002–03 1 04th Quarterfinals Rouquet (13)
2003–04 1 04th ? Traïkia (14)
2004–05 1 05th Round of 16 Traïkia (9)
Season Division Place Coupe de France Top scorer
2005–06 1 04th Semifinals Traïkia (12)
2006–07 1 08th Round of 16 Castera, Peruzzetto (8)
2007–08 1 08th Round of 32 Castera (8)
2008–09 1 09th Round of 16 Tenret (12)
2009–10 1 08th Round of 32 Castera (6)
2010–11 1 11th Round of 16 Chatelin, Demarle, Dessalle (3)
2011–12 2 (Gr. C) 01st Round of 16
2012–13 1

UEFA competition record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent Scorers
2001-02 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 1-0 Ukraine Lehenda Chernihiv 1 o.g.
6-0 Croatia Osijek Rouquet 3, Kramo 2, Pavailler
2-2 Scotland Ayr United Monicolle, Samptiaux
Quarterfinals 1-1 2-1 England Arsenal Briche, Kramo, Rouquet
Semifinals 1-2 0-0 Germany Frankfurt Rouquet
2002-03 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 1-0 Hungary Femina Budapest Maugeais
1-1 Italy Lazio Traïkia
9-0 Israel Maccabi tel Aviv Briche 4, Traïkia 4, Maugeais
Quarterfinals 0-2 0-0 Sweden Umeå

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 November 2012 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
France GK Deborah Garcia
France GK Lucie Hernandez
France GK Laetitia Stribick-Burckel
France DF Anais Arcambal
France DF Manon Cazes
France DF Virginie Dessalle
France DF Laurie Leguevaque
France DF Marie Papaix
France DF Pauline Papaix
France DF Manon Rouzies
France DF Kelly Vilmiaire
France MF Julie Cazanave
France MF Laurianne Cervera
France MF Delphin Chatelin
No. Position Player
France MF Marina Kerrache
France MF Marie Ange Kramo
France MF Marie Joelle Kramo
France MF Jessica Margaretta
France MF Clara Noiran
France MF Morgane Ritter
France FW Coralie Chanudet
France FW Valerie Gauvin
France FW Emma Laizet
France FW Christelle Léger
France FW Sandra Maurice
France FW Lilas Traïkia
France FW Magalie Vincent