US Quevilly-Rouen

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US Quevilly-Rouen
US Quevilly-Rouen Métropole Club Crest.png
Full name Union Sportive Quevillaise-Rouen Métropole
Nickname(s) Les Canaris
USQRM
Founded 1902; 115 years ago (1902)
Ground Stade Robert Diochon,
Rouen
Ground Capacity 12,018
Chairman France Michel Mallet
Manager France Emmanuel Da Costa
League Championnat National
2015–16 Championnat de France amateur Groupe A, 1st (promoted)

US Quevilly-Rouen Métropole (French: Union Sportive Quevillaise), known simply as US Quevilly or USQRM is a French football club based in Le Petit-Quevilly (Seine-Maritime). They play at the Amable-et-Micheline-Lozai Stadium, which has a capacity of 2,500.

History[edit]

The club was founded as US Quevilly in 1902 and the team colours are yellow and black. The club reached the final of the Coupe de France in 1927, and the semi-finals in 1968 and 2010. In the 2010–11 season US Quevilly won the CFA Group A and was promoted to the Championnat National.

In 2012, they reached the Coupe de France Final for the second time, beating Rennes 2–1 in the semi-finals (Laup scored in added time). They lost 0–1 to Olympique Lyonnais in the final, which was held at the Stade de France on April 28, 2012.[1]

In April 2015, US Quevilly joined with FC Rouen to form US Quevilly-Rouen Métropole, taking the place of US Quevilly in the Championnat de France Amateur for the 2015–16 season.[2] This was not a straight merger, as FC Rouen continued to exist as a separate entity, with the new joint entity incorporating the colours and crest of FC Rouen into its kits and crest.

In 2016, US Quevilly-Rouen gained promotion to the Championnat National for 2016–17 by winning Group A of the 2015–16 Championnat de France amateur.

Current squad[edit]

As of 11 August 2016.[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 France GK Dan Delaunay
2 France DF Cédric Jean-Etienne
5 France DF William Sery
6 Portugal MF Stanislas Oliveira
7 France MF Nicolas Barthélémy
8 France MF Jean-Paul Mendy
10 France MF Anthony Rogie
12 France MF Brice Irié-Bi
14 France MF Romain Basque
15 France DF Alioune Ba (on loan from Amiens)
16 Sierra Leone GK Solomon Morris
17 France DF Pierre Vignaud
19 France DF Josué Albert
20 France DF Jordan Gobron
No. Position Player
21 France FW Medhy Guezoui
22 French Guiana DF Gary Marigard
23 France FW Jérémy Bekhechi
24 France MF Erwan Maury (on loan from Dijon)
25 Morocco FW Karim Achahbar (on loan from Guingamp)
26 France DF Valentin Sanson
27 Senegal FW Oumar Pouye (on loan from Strasbourg)
28 France FW Thimothée Taufflieb
30 France GK Enzo Basilio (on loan from Dijon)
33 Nigeria FW Sodiq Odumosu
36 France FW Hakan Furuncu
40 France GK Romain Hanquinquant

Honours[edit]

National

  • Finalist of Coupe de France in 1927, 2012
  • Semi-finalist of Coupe de France: 1968, 2010
  • Quarter-finalist of Coupe de France: 2005
  • Champion de France Amateur : 1954, 1955, 1958, 1967
  • Champion du Groupe Ouest: 1954, 1955, 1956, 1959, 1966, 1967
  • Champion du Groupe Nord: 1958, 1963, 1964, 1969
  • Champion du Groupe A: 2011
  • Champion de France Amateur Runner-up : 1959, 1963
  • Division 3
  • Finalist: 1973
  • Champion du Groupe Ouest: 1973
  • Coupe Gambardella
  • Champion: 1967
  • Runner-up: 1960

Regional

  • First Série de Haute-Normandie (1)
  • Champion: 1905
  • Runner-up: 1903, 1904
  • Normandie DH
  • Champion: 1934, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1950, 1977, 1999
  • Runner-up: 1907, 1913, 1922, 1931, 1936, 1945, 1947
  • DHR Haute-Normandie
  • Champion: 1990 (group B), 1996 (group B)
  • Runner-up: 1993, 1994
  • Coupe de Normandie (4)
  • Winner: 1943, 1954, 1970, 2010
  • Runner-up: 1944 (not played), 1950, 1951, 1957, 1962, 1974, 1975

Former coaches[edit]

  • Régis Brouard
  • Christophe Canteloup
  • Richard Dezire
  • Eric Fouda
  • Jacques Lefèvre
  • M. Tiarci

References[edit]

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