Toulouse Fontaines Club

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Toulouse Fontaines Club
Founded 1932
Ground Stade des Fontaines
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman France Laurent Sablayrolles
France Thierry Dezon
Manager France Jean-Louis Faure
League CFA Group C
2008–09 CFA 2 Group F, 1st

Toulouse Fontaines Club is a football club based in Toulouse, France. Their stadium is in the rue des Fontaines, in the Saint-Cyprien suburb of Toulouse.


In 1978, the Toulouse Fontaines Club achieved promotion to the newly formed Division 4, thus leaving their regional league to play in a national competition for the first time. Since then, they never went back to regional football, always playing in D4 and D3, and CFA and CFA 2 after the reform of French leagues.

In 1997, they reached the Round of 32 of the Coupe de France, losing 2–0 to Bordeaux.

Current squad[edit]

As of November 2009.

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

No. Position Player
France GK Clément Maury
France DF Lionel Bazzo
France DF Vincent Chanier
France DF Oumar Diémé
France DF Pierre Estrade
France DF Jérémy Etchegoinberry
France DF Wilfried Hourliac
France DF Guillaume Ramelet
France DF Bastien Sterckeman
France DF Stan Troisne-Fougeroud
France DF Romain Valles
Chile DF Benjamin Vidal
No. Position Player
France MF Frédéric Couderc
Ivory Coast MF Moussa Diabaté
Ivory Coast MF Mamoudou Doumbouya
France MF Jamal El Khallouki
France MF Jérôme Lambert
France MF Guillaume Pradère
France MF Issa Tadisne
Romania FW Alexandru Banuta
France FW Benjamin Hervey
France FW Armand Mbina Ivega
France FW Romain Siméoni

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