|Full name||Hyères Football Club|
|Chairman||Jean Pierre Blasco|
|League||National 2 Group A|
|2017–2018||National 2 Group A, 10th|
Hyères Football Club is a French association football team playing in the city of Hyères, Var. The club was founded in 1912 and played the first ever season of professional football in France in 1932–1933 but was relegated. Currently the club plays at an amateur level, in Championnat National 2, the fourth tier of French football.
Hyères Football Club was founded on 21 November 2011 with the separation of the football and cycling sections of Vélosport Hyerois. In September 1919 it became a member of the French Football Federation, formed earlier in the year. In 1932 president Dr Barthélemy Perruc led the club into the first season of professional footbal in France. They were relegated from the Division after just one year, and a year after that the club gave up their professional status.
In 1950 the club were champions of the Championnat de France Amateur, which was the third tier of French football, and the highest level of amateur football, at the time. The club spent the next thirty years moving between this level and the regional level below.
In 1978 the club won promotion to the newly created National Division 4, and two years later reached National Division 3 where they remained for seven seasons until relegation in 1988. They remained in National Division 4 until the FFF reorganised the leagues in 1993, when they placed in the new Championnat National 3, now the fifth tier. In 1998 they gained promotion from what was now Championnat de France Amateur 2 to Championnat de France Amateur, lasting at this level until 2003.
In 2006 the club were promoted from the CFA2 as both champion of group D and overall champion, and in 2009 were promoted from the CFA as champions of group B. They were relegated from Championnat National in the first season and since then have remained in CFA, now called Championnat National 2.
- As of 15 February 2019
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- Championnat de France Amateurs : 2009
- Championnat de France Amateurs 2 : 1950, 2007
- Champion DH Sud-Est : 1949
- Champion DH Méditerranée : 1960, 1964
- Runner-up DH Méditerranée : 1973, 1976
- Metha 1930–1931
- Charles Comte 1932–1933
- Friess 1933–1934
- Gaby Robert 1941–1953
- Dubernet 1983–1984
- Guy Roussel 1987–1988
- Patrick Bruzzichessi 1993–2002
- Patrick Decugis 2002–2003
- Patrick Bruzzichessi 2003–2010
- Robert Buigues 2010–2011
- André Blanc 2011–
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