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|Full name||Bourges 18|
|Ground||Stade Jacques Rimbault,
|League||CFA 2 Group B|
|2015–16||CFA 2 Group B, 7th|
Bourges 18 is a French football club based in Bourges. In the summer of 2008, FC Bourges, which spent eleven seasons in Ligue 2, merged with Bourges-Asnières 18 football club and became Bourges 18, and currently plays in the Championnat de France Amateur 2, the fifth level of French football. The club's colours are red and blue.
- 1966 : Foyer Saint-François Bourges and Racing Club de Bourges were amalgamated to form FC Bourges.
- 1970–1994 : The club played intermittently in Ligue 2
- 1994–1998 : The club played in the French Division Three, Championnat National but went bankrupt in January 1998, and was henceforth known as FC Bourges 18
- 2005 : after another bankruptcy, the club changed its name to Bourges Football Olympique Club
- 2006 : The club is renamed once more and becomes Bourges Football
- 2008 : Bourges Football and Bourges Asnières 18 amalgamate to become Bourges 18.
- 1976: Champions of Division 3 in Groupe Centre Ouest
- 1996: Champions of the National 2
- 1967, 1999, 2009: Champions of the DH Centre :
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