ASF Andrézieux

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ASF Andrézieux
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Full nameL'Association Sportive Forezienne Andrézieux-Bouthéon
Founded1947
GroundL'Envol Stadium
Capacity5000[1]
ChairmanChristophe Pereira
ManagerStéphane Basson
LeagueNational 2 Group B
2017–18National 2 Group B, 3rd

L'Association Sportive Forezienne Andrézieux-Bouthéon is a French association football team founded in 1947. They are based in Andrézieux-Bouthéon, Rhône-Alpes, France and are currently playing in the Championnat National 2, the fourth tier in the French football league system. They play at the L'Envol Stadium in Andrézieux-Bouthéon, inaugurated in 2016, which has a capacity of 5000. Previously, they had played at Stade Roger Baudras.

On 6 January 2019, the club beat Ligue 1 giants Olympique de Marseille by a scoreline of 2–0 in the round of 64 in the Coupe de France.[2]

Current squad[edit]

As of 16 November 2018[3]

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 Nicolas Markut
4 France DF Mathieu Goncalves
5 France DF Rémi Amieux
6 France MF Valentin Steinmetz
7 France FW Romain Barge
8 France MF Francis Robert
9 France FW Antoni Saffour
10 France MF Noé Cabezas
11 France FW Christopher Desmartin
12 France MF Florian Milla
13 France DF Juvrel Loumingou
14 France DF Anthony Vacheron
No. Position Player
16 France GK Nicolas Petit
17 France FW Lenny Leonil
20 France MF Charly Pereira
21 France FW Souleiman Djabour
22 France DF Maxime Aguad
23 France DF Romain Reynaud
25 France MF Vincent Felder
26 France DF Hugo Di Piazza
28 France DF Bryan Ngwabije
30 France GK Baptiste Chappelon
33 France DF Gabay Allaigre
France MF Enzo Genevrier

Season-by-Season[edit]

Year Level Division Position
1997–1998 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group H 8th
1998–1999 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group C 14th
1999–2000 6 Division d'Honneur Rhône-Alpes 7th
2000–2001 6 Division d'Honneur Rhône-Alpes 6th
2001–2002 6 Division d'Honneur Rhône-Alpes 1st
2002–2003 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D 5th
2003–2004 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D 8th
2004–2005 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group C 3rd
2005–2006 4 Championnat de France Amateur Group C 16th
2006–2007 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group C 1st
2007–2008 4 Championnat de France Amateur Group C 15th
2008–2009 4 Championnat de France Amateur Group B 4th
2009–2010 4 Championnat de France Amateur Group B 16th
2010–2011 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D 4th
2011–2012 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D 5th
2012–2013 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group E 2nd
2013–2014 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group D 3rd
2014–2015 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group F 9th
2015–2016 5 Championnat de France Amateur 2 Group E 1st
2016–2017 4 Championnat National 2 Group B 6th
2017–2018 4 Championnat National 2 Group B 6th
2019–2019 4 Championnat National 2 Group B

References[edit]

  1. ^ "L'Envol Stadium" (in French). Retrieved 3 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Andrezieux-Boutheon 2-0 Marseille: Fourth-tier side stun top-flight Marseille". BBC Sport. 2019-01-06. Retrieved 2019-01-06.
  3. ^ "Effectifs" (in French). ASF Andrézieux-Bouthéon. Retrieved 7 February 2018.

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