AS Béziers (2007)

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Béziers
AS Béziers.svg
Full name Avenir Sportif Béziers
Founded 2007; 11 years ago (2007)
Ground Stade de Sauclières,
Béziers
Capacity 12,000
Chairman Gérard Rocquet
Manager Mathieu Chabert
League Ligue 2
Championnat National, 2nd (promoted)

Avenir Sportif Béziers is a French association football club founded in 2007 by the merger of AS Saint-Chinian, FC Béziers Méditerranée, and the Béziers-Méditerranée Football Cheminots. They are based in the town of Béziers and their home stadium is the Stade de Sauclières.

The idea to merge the three football teams in order to have a championship team came in 2006, but a Championnat de France amateur (CFA) team was not created until 2007. The team plays in the Ligue 2, the second tier of football in France.

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 August 2018.[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 Brazil GK Macedo Novaes
2 Morocco MF Faycal Rherras
3 France DF Loic Kouagba
4 Algeria MF Mehdi Mostefa
5 France MF Rayane Aabid
6 Togo MF Simon Gbegnon
7 Brazil FW Cidinho
8 France MF Mickaël Diakota
9 France FW Antoine Rabillard
10 Morocco DF Rédah Atassi
11 France FW Aboubakary Kanté
12 France MF Joel Saki
14 France MF Junior Etou
15 France MF Amir Nouri
No. Position Player
16 France GK Vincent Viot
17 France FW Ibrahim Sissoko (on loan from Lorient)
18 Belgium MF Moustapha Bokoum
19 Guinea DF Ousmane Sidibé
20 France DF Robin Taillan
21 France FW Steeve Beusnard
22 France MF Victor Elissalt
23 France FW Ahmed Soukouna
24 Ivory Coast DF Hassan Lingani
27 France FW Alexandre Ramalingom
29 Guinea DF Ibrahima Savane
34 France MF Mathieu Irigoyemborde
40 France GK Yan Marillat

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Effectif professionnel 2018-2019" (in French). asb-foot.com. Retrieved 14 September 2017. 

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