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CA Bastia

CA Bastia
Full name Cercle Athlétique Bastiais
Nickname(s) Les Noirs (The Blacks)
Founded 1920; Template:Years or months ago (1920)
Ground Stade d'Erbajolo
Ground Capacity 1,600 (300 seated, 1,300 standing)
Chairman Antoine Emmanuelli
Coach Stéphane Rossi
League Ligue 2
2012-13 National, 3rd (promoted)
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
For the Ligue 1 side, see SC Bastia.
For the Championnat de France Amateurs 2 Group D side, see ÉF Bastia.

Cercle Athlétique Bastiais or CA Bastia is a French association football team founded in 1920. They are based in Bastia, Corsica, and will make their professional debut in the french Ligue 2 following their promotion[1] in May 2013. Although their historic home stadium is the Stade d'Erbajolo in Bastia, CA Bastia will play their home games in Armand-Césari, home stadium of Bastia's other professional team, SC Bastia.[2]

Coaching staff

  • Head coach: France Stéphane Rossi
  • Assistant coach: France Lilian Nalis
  • Physical coach: France Christophe Mondoloni
  • Goalkeeping coach: France Dumè Murati

Current squad

As of 13 August, 2013. Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 France GK Sébastien Lombard
3 Burkina Faso DF Ben Idrissa Dermé
4 France DF Adrien Monfray
5 France MF Jean-Christophe Lamberti
6 France MF Florent Marty
7 France DF Rémy Arnoux (captain)
8 France DF Yoann Oswald
9 France MF Alexandre Cropanese
10 France MF Jean-François Grimaldi
11 France FW Madimoussa Traoré
12 Guinea FW Naby Damba
13 France DF Mickael Fourtier
14 France FW Jean-Jacques Mandrichi
15 France DF Mamadou Camara
No. Position Player
16 France GK Antoine Philippon
17 France MF Christophe Vincent (on loan from SC Bastia)
18 France FW Romain Pastorelli
19 France FW Alassane N'Diaye
20 France DF Michel Moretti
21 France FW Vincent Le Mat
22 France MF Nicolas Di Fraya
23 France DF Johann Truchet
24 France MF Aadil Assana (on loan from AS Monaco)
25 France DF Anthony Salis
26 France DF Raphaël Romey
27 France DF Jérôme Phojo (on loan from AS Monaco)
30 France GK Dominique Agostini


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