ASJ Soyaux

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ASJ Soyaux
Full name Association Sportive Jeunesse de Soyaux-Charente
Founded 1968
Ground Stade Lebon &
Stade Léo Lagrange
President France Denis Bodi
Manager France Jean Paredes[1]
League Division 1 Féminine
2015–16 7th
Website Club website

ASJ Soyaux (Association Sportive Jeunesse de Soyaux Charente) are a French football club founded in 1968 and are based in Soyaux. Until 2010 club has always been playing in the top division, when they got relegated to the D2 Féminine. The club returned to the top division in France, Division 1 Féminine, in 2013.


The club was founded in 1968 as AS Soyaux. In 1982, the club changed its name to Association Sportive Jeunesse de Soyaux-Charente.


  • D1 Féminine Champion: 1984


Current squad[edit]

As of 21 September 2016.[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 Amandine Guerin
2 France DF Anaïs Dumont (captain)
3 France DF Mélanie Alleron
4 France DF Justine Deschamps
5 Cameroon DF Aurelle Awona
6 France MF Elodie Nakkach
7 France FW Anna Clérac (fr)
8 France MF Maud Hurault
9 France FW Marion David
10 France FW Gwendoline Djebbar
11 France DF Viviane Boudaud
12 France MF Niakaté Yakare
14 Algeria MF Lydia Belkacemi
No. Position Player
15 France FW Pamela Babinga
16 France GK Cassandra Moinet
17 France FW Laura Bourgouin (fr)
18 United States MF Madison Krauser
19 France MF Julie Thibaud
20 France MF Laura Lepine
21 France MF Makan Traoré
22 France MF Siga Tandia
23 France MF Solenne Ninot
26 France FW Allison Blais
27 France DF Cynthia Viana
30 France GK Romane Munich

Former notable players[edit]


  1. ^ "Jean PAREDES". Retrieved 25 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "Players". ASJ Soyaux Charente. Retrieved 21 September 2016. 

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