GS Consolat

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Full name Groupe Sportif Consolat
Nickname(s) Consolat Le club des Quartiers Nord
Founded 1964
Ground Stade La Martine,
Ground Capacity 1,990
Chairman Jean-Luc Mingallon
Manager Nicolas Usaï
League Championnat National
2015–16 4th

Groupe sportif Consolat (sometimes referred to as Marseille Consolat) is a French amateur football club founded in 1964 and based in the Bouches-du-Rhone department of Marseille. The club is named after Consolat, a neighborhood located in La Calade, in the 15th arrondissement, north of Marseille. Founded in 1964 by the residents of Consolat, the club has been run by current club president Jean-Luc Mingallon since 1983. Mingallon pushed the team to success which has led to their promotion from the Division d’Honneur in 1999. In 2006, the club reached the national amateur level of football with its promotion to CFA2. This promotion sparked new derbies with the reserve team of Olympique de Marseille and US Endoume. The desire to become “the second club of Marseille” was one step closer with the promotion to the CFA in 2011. Consolat won the CFA title in 2014, earning promotion to the Championnat National, the third tier of French football. They nearly were promoted to Ligue 2 during the 2015-2016 season, falling short only by a single point behind Amiens SC.

Current squad[edit]

As of 29 January 2017.[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 Comoros GK Salim Ben Boina
2 France DF Diaranké Fofana
5 France DF Thomas Wilwert
6 Comoros MF Salim Mramboini
7 Senegal FW Abdoul Diawara
8 France MF Rémi Sergio
9 France FW Mehdi Nagui
10 France DF Salim Laassami
11 France FW Umut Bozok
12 Comoros DF Kassim M'Dahoma
13 Mauritania DF Harouna Demba
No. Position Player
15 France FW David Gigliotti
16 France GK Hilaire Muñoz
17 Senegal DF Jules Mendy
19 Haiti MF Max Hilaire
20 Algeria MF Julien Lopez
21 Ivory Coast FW Guy-Roland Niangbo
22 France MF Yamin Amiri
26 France DF Marek Amiri
28 France DF Fabien Barrillon
29 Algeria MF Elias Taguelmint
Belgium DF Jonathan Mambabua

Notable coaches[edit]

  • Gaetan Hardouin
  • Nordine Essemeri
  • Stéphane Haro


  1. ^ "Effectif joueurs". Retrieved 4 April 2015. 

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