CR Témouchent

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CR Témouchent
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Full name Chabab Riadhi de Témouchent
Founded 1961
Ground Stade Mbarek Boucif,
Aïn Témouchent, Algeria
Ground Capacity 5,000
Manager Tedj Bensaoula
League Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 2
2009–10 Algerian Championnat National 2, 6th

Chabab Riadhi de Témouchent, better known as CR Témouchent, (Arabic: شباب رياضي تموشنت‎‎) is an Algerian football club in Aïn Témouchent founded in 1961. The club currently plays in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 2, the second highest tier in Algerian football. The team's colors are red and white.


On May 17, 1961, a group made up of Mohradj Hadj Belghaba, Mohamed Attou, Bénamar Hadj Gourine, Zénagui Hadj Yekhled, Boumediène «Diden» Bouri, Saïd Tagri, Salem Yahiaoui, Ahmed Lalaoui, Ahmed Mahdaoui, Sid Ahmed Abden founded the club in an Aïn Témouchent cafe owned by former boxer and North African champion Ahmed Hadjouti. The first president of the club was Mohamed "Houmani" Hadjeri. After the independence of Algeria, Mankour Hadj Bensahih, known as Petit Mankour, took over as the president of the club.[1]