FC Chambly

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Football Club Chambly Oise
Logo FC Chambly.jpg
Full name Football Club Chambly Oise
Founded 1989; 29 years ago (1989)
Ground Stade des Marais,
Chambly
Ground Capacity 1,000
President Fulvio Luzi
Manager Bruno Luzi
League Championnat National
2016–17 5th
Website Club website

Football Club Chambly Oise is a French football club based in Chambly in the Picardy region.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1989 and currently plays in the Championnat National, the third division of French football, after achieving promotion from the CFA in 2014. They previously won promotion from the Division d'Honneur in the 2009–10 season. The club's emblem and kits take a heavy influence from Italian club Internazionale.

On 1 February 2017, FC Chambly achieved a club milestone by drawing with French top-flight outfit A.S. Monaco 3–3 during regulation time in a Coupe de la ligue match, before eventually losing 4–5 in overtime. On 1 March 2018, Chambly defeated Strasbourg 1-0 to reach the semi finals of the Coupe de France for the first time ever but the club suffered a personal tragedy as the founder of Chambly Walter Luzi died in hospital on the same day.[1]

Current squad[edit]

As of 27 January 2018 [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 Xavier Pinoteau
3 France DF Jordan Gasser
4 France DF Freddy Rocher
5 France DF Thibault Jaques
6 France MF Eduardo Rodrigo
7 France FW Aboubakar Koné
8 France MF Romain Padovani
9 France FW Kévin Lefaix
10 Central African Republic FW Louis Mafouta
11 French Guiana DF Anthony Soubervie
12 France DF Gaharo Doucouré
13 France MF Romain Montiel (on loan from Auxerre)
14 France FW Thomas Henry
17 France DF Mickaël De Araujo
18 France DF Hugo Aine
No. Position Player
19 France MF Lassana Doucouré
20 Ghana DF Emmanuel Ntim (on loan from Auxerre)
21 France MF Guillaume Loriot
22 Haiti MF Max Hilaire
23 France MF Nicolas Burel
24 France MF John Popelard
26 France MF Laurent Héloïse
27 France FW Yannis Dogo
28 France DF Florian Pinteaux
30 France GK Simon Pontdemé
31 Senegal DF Mafall Seck
33 France FW Hamidou Keyta
34 France DF Aïssa Laïdouni (on loan from Angers SCO)
35 France FW Keelan Lebon (on loan from Paris FC)
France GK Samuel Atrous

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