French Football

Some articles on football, french, french football:

Limoges FC
... Limoges Football Club, founded in 1947, are a French association football team based in Limoges, France, who are currently playing in the sixth tier of the French football league system. 1997–2002, the club played at the fourth level of French football, the Championnat de France Amateurs but were relegated after finishing 14th in their group ... team suffered a force relegation to Division d'honneur (6th tier in the French football league system) ...
Red Star Saint-Ouen - History
... Red Star Football Club 93 was founded on 21 February 1897 in a Parisian cafe by Jules Rimet and Ernest Weber under the name Red Star Club Français ... and sent them to the USFSA, which, during this time, served as the head of French football ... the USFSA in 1898 and was inserted into the third-tier of the association's football league system ...
Sid Kimpton - Coaching Career
... He was then called up to help the France national football team for the 1934 World Cup, played in Italy ... Interviewed by L'Auto magazine about the level of French football players "The French team could do better ... The French players must follow the discipline of football." Before the World Cup match France-Austria played on 27 May 1934 in Torino, George ...
AS Cannes - History
... During the infancy of the club, in addition to association football, Cannes also practiced the sports of competitive swimming and athletics ... leadership of Louis Grosso, a local furniture dealer, the football section developed its structures ... Sud-Est, a regional league under the watch of the French Football Federation ...
Derby Du Rhône
... referred to as the Derby des Rhône-Alpes or simply Le Derby) is a football match contested between French clubs Olympique Lyonnais and AS Saint-Étienne ... The derby also pits the recently most successful French club (Lyon) against the formerly biggest French club (Saint-Étienne) ... was the most successful club in French football winning ten league titles between 1957–1981, a record that still stands today ...

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