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US Carcassonne
US Carcassonne.png
Full name Union Sportive Carcassonnaise
Founded 1899; 117 years ago (1899)
Location Carcassonne, France
Ground(s) Stade Albert Domec (Capacity: 11,000)
League(s) Pro D2
2013–14 14th
1st kit
2nd kit
Official website
www.uscarcassonne.com

Union Sportive Carcassonnaise are a French rugby union club based in Carcassonne. US Carcassonne currently compete in the Pro D2 of French rugby. The club were established in 1899. They play in black and yellow colours and at the Stade Albert Domec. Carcassonne have contested one French championship final in their history; losing to USA Perpignan in 1925.

Honours[edit]

  • French championship:
    • Runners-up: 1925
  • Fédérale 1 championship;
    • Champions: 2010
  • Fédérale 2 championship:
    • Champions: 2008
  • Deuxième Division:
    • Champions: 1975
  • Troisième Division:
    • Champions: 1966
  • Honneur (4e div):
    • Champions: 1951

Finals results[edit]

French championship[edit]

Date Champions Runners-up Score Venue Spectators
3 May 1925 Perpignan US Carcassonne 5-0  Maraussan, Narbonne 20,000

Current standings[edit]

2016–17 Rugby Pro D2 Table watch · edit · discuss
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Diff Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Oyonnax 12 8 0 4 338 241 +97 4 3 39
2 Agen 12 8 1 2 317 280 +37 1 1 36
3 Colomiers 12 8 0 4 300 218 +82 2 1 35
4 Montauban 12 8 0 4 286 210 +76 1 1 34
5 Aurillac 12 7 0 5 284 263 +21 3 2 33
6 Mont-de-Marsan 12 6 0 6 257 244 +13 1 5 30
7 Perpignan 12 5 1 6 285 259 +26 3 2 28
8 Soyaux Angoulême 12 5 1 6 239 228 +11 1 1 28
9 Carcassonne 12 6 1 5 257 254 +3 1 0 27
10 Narbonne 12 6 0 6 251 324 –73 1 0 25
11 Biarritz 12 5 0 7 274 273 +1 1 3 24
12 Dax 12 5 0 7 283 331 –48 1 3 24
13 Vannes 12 4 2 6 251 300 –49 1 2 23
14 Béziers 12 4 0 8 241 258 –17 3 2 21
15 Albi 12 4 1 7 234 312 –78 1 1 19
16 Bourgoin 12 2 1 9 203 305 –102 1 2 13
Green background (row 1) Champions automatically promoted to Top 14.
Blue background denotes teams that qualify for the promotion play-offs.
Red background relegation to Fédérale 1.

Note: When two teams have the same points total, position is determined by head-to-head results before points difference.

Current squad[edit]

The Carcassone squad for the 2016–17 Pro D2 season is:[1][2]

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union
Luc Bissuel Hooker France France
Clément Jullien Hooker France France
Thomas Sauveterre Hooker France France
Ionel Badiu Prop Romania Romania
François-Joseph Bordewie Prop France France
Giorgi Natsarashvili Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Thierry Païva Prop France France
Semisi Telefoni Prop Tonga Tonga
Andrei Ursache Prop Romania Romania
Alin Coste Lock Romania Romania
Cédric Guironnet Lock France France
Thomas Lainault Lock France France
Jean-Baptiste Roidot Lock France France
François Tisseau Lock France France
Rory Walton Lock Australia Australia
Josefa Domolailai Flanker Fiji Fiji
Emmanuel Étien Flanker France France
Kévin Gimeno Flanker France France
Joël Koffi Flanker France France
Edgar Tuinukuafe Flanker New Zealand New Zealand
Sanele Vavae Tuilagi Number 8 Samoa Samoa
Player Position Union
Yohan Domenech Scrum-half France France
Carol Raynaud Scrum-half France France
Felipe Berchesi Fly-half Uruguay Uruguay
Mathieu Guillomot Fly-half France France
Adrien Latorre Fly-half France France
Pedro Bettencourt Centre Portugal Portugal
Fabien Grammatico Centre Spain Spain
Louis Marrou Centre France France
Tom Matthews Centre Australia Australia
Javiah Pohe Centre New Zealand New Zealand
Thierry Brana Wing France France
Daniel Kilioni Wing Tonga Tonga
Benoît Lazzarotto Wing France France
Benjamin Caminati Fullback France France
Benoît Jasmin Fullback France France

Notable former players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "L'USC version 2016-2017" (in French). Carcassonne Rugby. Retrieved 22 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "Les Joueurs" (in French). Carcassonne Rugby. Retrieved 22 September 2016. 

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