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RC Roubaix
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Full name Racing Club de Roubaix
Founded 1895
Dissolved 1995
Ground Parc Jean Dubrule
Roubaix
France
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Racing Club de Roubaix was a French football team playing in the city of Roubaix, Nord.

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History

The team was founded in 1895 and was very successful before the establishment of professionalism in France.In 1933, losing twice in a row in the final of Coupe de France, this time against city rival Excelsior AC Roubaix (a professional team), the team turned professional and reached Division 1 in 1936 and stayed there till World War II. After the war, the club merged with Excelsior AC Roubaix and US Tourcoing in CO Roubaix-Tourcoing (1945-1963). In 1963, CO Roubaix-Tourcoing lost its professional status and RC Roubaix decided to merge with another club, Stade Roubaix, to create Racing Stade Roubaisien. This team would eventually merge with Roubaix Football (i.e. former Excelsior AC Roubaix) in Stade Club Olympique de Roubaix, a team which ended in 1995 due to financial problems.

Names of the club

  • 1895-1944. Racing Club de Roubaix.
  • 1944-1963. in CO Roubaix-Tourcoing.
  • 1964-1990. Racing Stade Roubaisien.
  • 1990-1995. Stade Club Olympique de Roubaix (SCOR).

Honours

  • Champion of France USFSA : 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906, 1908.
  • DH Nord champion : 1923, 1925, 1926, 1930.
  • Coupe de France : Runner-up 1932, 1933.

Notable players

  • Jules Cottenier
  • Edmond Delfour
  • Jean Dubly
  • Raymond Dubly
  • Émile Dusart
  • André François
  • Michel Frutuoso
  • Gérard Isbecque
  • Albert Jenicot
  • Edmond Leveugle
  • André Renaux
  • Charles Renaux
  • Émile Sartorius
  • Marcel Vanco
  • Maurice Vandendriessche
  • Georges Verriest
  • Raymond Wattine

Managerial history

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References

See also

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