Les Herbiers VF
|Full name||Vendée Les Herbiers Football|
|2014–15||CFA, Group D, 2nd (promoted)|
Les Herbiers Vendée Football is a French football club based in Les Herbiers (Vendée). It was founded in 1919. They play at the Stade Massabielle, which has a capacity of 5,000 people. The colours of the club are red and black.
For the 2015/16 season the club plays in the Championnat National for the first time in its 96-year history.
In 1919, Father Rousseau founded the club "Alouette Sportive" which became "Les Herbiers Sports" in 1923. In 1941, the club "Coqs du Bocage" was born in Petit-Bourg des Herbiers.
The merger of the two clubs was determined in a general meeting on 7 March 1947. According to FFF regulations, it became effective on 1 July 1947. The club was renamed the "Entente Sportive Herbretaise" in 1949.
In 2002, the Entente Sportive Herbretaise changed its name to "The Herbiers Football (HVF). In 2006, the club again changed its name to "The Vendee Herbiers Football (VHF).
As of 9 August 2016 
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Atlantique DH championship : 1999
- Championnat de France amateur 2 Group G : 2006
- "EFFECTIF NATIONAL" (in French). vendeelesherbiersfootball.fr. Retrieved 9 August 2016.
- (French) Official website