FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo
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|Full name||Football Club Saint-Éloi Lupopo|
|Nickname(s)||Les Cheminots (The Railmen)|
|Ground||Stade Kibassa Maliba, Lubumbashi|
|Chairman||Victor Kasongo Ngoy|
|2017/18||5th final round|
- Linafoot: 6
- 1958, 1968, 1981, 1986, 1990, 2002.
- 1961, 1968,1981 (Manager: Mwana Kasongo) 2015.
- 2001, 2003.
Performance in CAF competitions
- CAF Champions League: 4 appearances
- African Cup of Champions Clubs: 4 appearances
- CAF Confederation Cup: 5 appearances
- CAF Super Cup: 0 appearances
Incidents at Matches
Most famous player: Pierre Mwana Kasongo who also played for Daring Faucons (Motema Pembe), was the first African player to become the top scorer in Belgium as he played for CS vervietois in 1962-63. He also played for ARA La Gantoise in Belgium. Mwana Kasongo successfully managed St Eloi Lupopo, TP Mazembe, Ruwenzori Natioanal, Makiso, Nika, Bilombe, and Sanga Balende, as well as the Leopards du Zaire. He was the first Congolese to be qualified as a Manager from the Academie Francaise de Football in France. He died on 13 January 1986 as he was managing St Eloi Lupopo.
- (in French) Official website
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