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Olympique Avignonnais

Avenir Club Avignonnais
Logo
Full name Avenir Club Avignonnais
Founded 1931;  (1931)
Ground Parc des sports
Avignon
France
Ground Capacity 17,500
Chairman Marc Maurin
Manager Christophe Chaintreuil
Home colours

Avenir Club Avignonnais is a French association football team from the city of Avignon, Vaucluse, currently playing in Division d'honneur (6th division in the French football league system).

History

The club was founded in 1931 as Association Sportive Avignonaise and played professionally from 1942 until 1948. The club was later renamed Olympique Avignonnais in a merger with Saint-Jean and became professional again in 1965.

In 1975, the team was promoted to Division 1, after winning a playoff match against FC Rouen. However, the 1975–1976 season was disastrous, as the club finished bottom with 20 Points, 7 victories, 6 draws, 23 defeats, with 30 goals scored and 80 goals conceded. The club was relegated from Division 2 in 1976 and had to forgo its professional status in 1981 due to financial problems.

The club found itself in the fourth division in 1983–1984, but bounced back to Division 2 after successive promotions from 1989 to 1991. In 1992, the club was renamed Club Olympique Avignonnais after a merger with Sporting Club Avignonais. Relegation to the sixth division (Division d'honneur) followed in 1994. The club was renamed Avignon Foot 84 in 2003.

Honours

Notable players

Managerial history

  • France Dautheribes
  • France Huot
  • France Roger Cabanis: 1945–1948
  • France Mokhtar Arribi: 1957–1958
  • France Roger Vandooren: 1960–1965
  • France Léon Glovacki: 1965 – April 1968
  • France Robert Siatka: April 1968 – 1970
  • FranceCzech Republic Louis Dupal: 1970–1971
  • France Louis Hon: 1971–1972
  • France Marc Bourrier: 1972–1976
  • France Albert Batteux: 1976–1977
  • France Jacques Bonnet: 1977–1979
  • France Yves Sicard: 1979–1983
  • France Robert Pintenat: 1983–1986
  • France André Moulon: 1986–1988
  • France René Exbrayat: 1988–1991
  • Serbia and Montenegro Georges Korac: 1993–1996
  • France Charles Decorzent: 2000–2002
  • France Franck Lucchesi: 2003–2005
  • France Christophe Chaintreuil: 2005–

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References

External links

  • Official site
  • Heráldica de Fútbol: Sur le pont d’Avignon (Spanish)

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