Paris Université Club (rugby union)

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P.U.C.
Full name Paris université club
Founded 1906
Location 17, avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin
75013 Paris
Ground(s) Stade Charléty (Capacity: 20,000)
President Lionel Rossigneux
Jérôme Bousquet
Coach(es) France Stéphane Eymard - Jean-Marie Diez
League(s) Fédérale 2,
2013–13 1st (Fédérale 3) (promoted)
Team kit
Official website
www.pucrugby.fr

The Paris Université Club (PUC) is a French rugby union club based in Paris.

It's the rugby section of the omnisport club (PUC).

in 2012-13 it played in the Fédérale 2 championship (the fourth level of rugby union in France).

Palmarès[edit]

  • Semifinal in 1954–55 French Rugby Union Championship and 1957–58 French Rugby Union Championship.
  • Season 2011/2012: First of its pool in Fèderal 3, promoted to Federale 2.
  • 2011 : relegated in Fédérale 3
  • 2004 : champion of Fédérale 2
  • 1996 : champion of 2nd XV championship
  • 1987 : champion Junior (Crabos)
  • 1986 : champion of 2nd XV championship
  • 1983 : Finalist, first division (group B) [1]
  • 1979 : champion Junior (Reichel)
  • 1969 : champion of 2nd division
  • 1966 : champion of 2nd XV championship

Famous players[edit]

Former Coaches[edit]

  • Clément Dupont
  • René Deleplace
  • Guy Boniface
  • Robert Antonin
  • André Haget
  • André Siné
  • Guy Malvezin
  • Jacques Dury
  • Daniel Herrero
  • Vincent Moscato
  • Xavier Blond
  • Frédéric Saint-Sardos
  • Philippe Bousquet

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fiche finale - Les finales des championnats de France de rugby - www.finalesrugby.com". www.finalesrugby.com. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2016-01-03. 

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