|Full name||Limoges Football Club|
|Founded||31 May 1947|
|League||National 3 Group A|
|2017–18||National 2 Group D, 12th (relegated)|
Limoges Football Club, founded in 1947, are a French association football team based in Limoges, France, who are currently playing in the fifth tier of the French football league system. They play at the Stade Saint-Lazare, which can hold 3,000 fans.
The club played in Division 1 from 1958 to 1961.
From 1997–2002, the club played at the fourth level of French football, the Championnat de France Amateur but were relegated after finishing 14th in their group. At the end of the 2006–07 season, the team suffered a forced relegation to the Division d'honneur (6th tier in the French football league system). The club won the Centre-Ouest (Center-West) Group of the Division d'honneur in 2010–11 season and was promoted to Championnat de France amateur 2.
In 2017 the club won promotion to the new fourth level Championnat National 2, but despite finishing 12th in their group in 2017–18 they were relegated administratively back to the fifth level after being placed into administration during the season.
- As of 8 February 2018
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
French international players:
Madagascar international players:
- 1951–55: Camille Cottin
- 1957–62: Pierre Flamion
- 1962–66: Maurice Blondel
- 1966–68: Roger Meerseman
- 1968–69: Maurice Blondel
- 1969–70: Maurice Cailleton
- 1970–72: Yvon Goujon
- 1972–74: Maurice Cailleton
- 1974 – jan. 75: Henri Kowal
- jan. 1975 – juin 75: Slobodan Stojovic
- 1975–78: Henri Kowal
- 1978–81: Henri Skiba
- 1981–84: Robert Dewilder
- 1984–85: Francis Smerecki
- 1985–86: Yves Todorov
- 1986–87: Robert Dewilder
- 1987–88: Pierre Soria
- 1988–89: Gérard Fontenay and Jacques Mouilleron
- 1989–90: Bastian Lassalle
- 1990 – jan. 1997: Eddie Hudanski
- jan. 1997 – 2000: Colbert Marlot
- 2000–1: Jean-Yves Kerjean
- 2001–2: Jacky Lemée
- 2002–3: Christophe Matl
- 2003–6: Stéphane Roussy
- 2006–7: Jean-Jacques Eydelie
- 2007–9: Pierre Soria
- 2009–11: Christophe Lassudrie
- 2011–14: Vincent Gaudron
- 2014–15: Vincent Gaudron and Nicolas Le Bellec
- 2015–16: Nicolas Le Bellec and Francis Lautréte
- 2016–present: Dragan Cvetkovic
- "Le FC Limoges Sera Rétrogradé, au Minimum, d'Une Division" (in French). actufoot.fr. 8 May 2018. Retrieved 21 May 2018.
- "Équipe CFA 2 du Limoges Football Club" (in French). Limoges FC. Retrieved 8 February 2018.
- Official website (in French)
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