SO Chambéry Foot

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Chambéry
SO Chambery.jpg
Full name Stade Olympique de Chambéry Football
Founded 1926
Ground Stade Jaques Level,
Chambéry
Ground Capacity 3,500
Chairman Patrick Davoine
Manager Jérôme Bejeannin
League CFA 2 Group D

Stade Olympique de Chambéry Football is a French association football club.

History[edit]

Chambéry was founded in 1926. They are based in the town of Chambéry and their home stadium is the Stade Jaques Level.[1] As of the 2010–11 season, the club plays in the Championnat de France amateur 2 Group D. In the 2010–11 season, Chambéry became the first amateur club in Coupe de France history to defeat three Ligue 1 clubs (Monaco, Brest, Sochaux), before losing in the quarterfinals.[2]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Benin GK Guillaume Bemenou
France GK Daniël Santos
Guinea DF Maurice Camara
France DF Xavier Christmant
Réunion DF Thomas Dubard
France DF Stéphane Hernandez
France DF Kerwan Leonard
France DF Jonathan Mauro
France DF Morgan Piantoni
France DF Stéphane Roux
France DF Joël Santos
France DF Julien Savarino
France DF Fabien Tissot Rosset
No. Position Player
Algeria MF Selim Bengriba
France MF Davy Billoudet
France MF Mathieu Guillaud
France MF Romain Nantas
France MF Jonathan Perez
France MF Sébastien Pomel
France MF Geoffrey Rabilloud
France FW Stéphane Chmielinski
Burkina Faso FW Henoc Conombo
France FW Romain Miguet
France FW Remi Sahinovic
France FW Aïssa Yahia Bey
Senegal FW Maodomalick Faye

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