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RCF Paris
Racing Club de France.svg
Full name Racing Club de France
Nickname(s) Les pingouins
Founded 1882
Ground Stade Yves-du-Manoir
Colombes (Hauts-de-Seine)
(Capacity: 7,000)
Chairman France Jean-Michel Jaquot & Bruno Texier
Manager France Ali Tabti
League CFA
2008-2009 CFA,Groupe D, 8th
Home colours
Away colours

Racing Club de France is a football club based in the north-west suburb of Paris. The team generally competes in the Championnat de France Amateurs, which is the fourth tier of the French football league system.

The club is a historic team of French football, with a complicated history. Its halcyon days were in the 1930s and 40s, when it won the Division 1 in 1936, and the Coupe de France in 1936, 1939, 1940, 1945 and 1949. The club was also successful at the beginning of the 1960s, finishing twice runner-up of Division 1 in 1961 and 1962. They then involved in a financial crisis that engulfed the French game in the mid 1960s and went bust, dropping down the divisions in the process.

Between 1930 and 1962, the club hosted each November the London team Arsenal F.C. for a game of prestige.

The club was bought in the 1980s by French businessman Jean-Luc Lagardère who wanted to build a team of stars but it was a failure. Since Lagardère departure, the club tries to regain its fame, playing at an amateur level.

Since its relegation to the amateur levels, Racing is still seeking financial resources to develop the club. In December 2008, Georgios Kintis sought to buy the club, but failed to reach an agreement.[1]

For the season 2009-2010, The club has got an financial agreement with the city of Levallois (west of Paris), thus the name has became Racing Club de France - Levallois 92.[2]

Contents

Current squad

As of November 2009.

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
France GK Rivelino Anastase
France GK Alban Catrin
France DF Karim Afkir
France DF Amadou Dembélé
France DF Yann Jaffard
Côte d'Ivoire DF Eric Liri
France DF David Couto Pinto
France DF Patrick Roselia
France DF Sofiane Saidi
Morocco MF Ismaël Badaoui
France MF Aliou Dembélé
France MF Sonny Dubeaux
No.   Position Player
France MF Junior Yves-Xavier Epo Edimo
France MF Kévin Garel
Mali MF Losseni Keita
France MF Gary Raboteur
France MF Darko Tomasevic
France FW Alaeddine Daboussi
France FW Yoran Kalkoul
France FW Mady Keita
France FW Samir Malcuit
Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Papy Mavua Makonda
Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Amigo N'Singi

Honours

Ligue 1 Winner
1936
Coupe de France
1936, 1939, 1940, 1945, 1949
French Division 2 Winner
1986
Coupe Gambardella
1987

RC Paris in Europe

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1963-64:

Match Score Aggregate Round
1 Rapid Vienna - Racing Club de France 1-0 - 1st round, 1st leg
2 Racing Club de France - Rapid Vienna 2-3 2-4 1st round, 2nd leg

Notable players

See also:Category:RC Paris players

 

Managerial history

Year Manager
1932-1933 Jimmy Hogan Flag of England.svg
1933-1934 Peter Farmer Flag of England.svg
1934-1935 Curtis Booth Flag of England.svg
1935-1939 George Kimpton Flag of England.svg
1939-1940 Élie Rous
1940-1943 Émile Veinante
1943-1944 Robert Fischer
1944-1952 Paul Baron Flag of France.svg
1952 A. Listello
1952-1958 Auguste Jordan Flag of Austria.svg Flag of France.svg
1958-1964 Pierre Pibarot Flag of France.svg
1964 André Jeampierre Flag of France.svg
Années Noms
1964-1965 Paul Baron Flag of France.svg
1965-1966 Lucien Troupel Flag of France.svg
1970-1975 Paul Jurilli Flag of France.svg
1975-1982 Jean-Marie Lawniczak Flag of France.svg
1982-1984 Alain De Martigny Flag of France.svg
1984-1986 Victor Zvunka Flag of France.svg
1986 Silvester Takač Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg
1986-1987 Victor Zvunka Flag of France.svg
1987-1988 Artur Jorge Flag of Portugal.svg
1988-1989 René Hauss
1989-1990 Henryk Kasperczak Flag of Poland.svg
1990-1992 Luc Bruder Flag of France.svg
Années Noms
1992-1993 Camille Choquier Flag of France.svg
1993-2000 Jean-Marie Lawniczak Flag of France.svg
2000-2002 Jean-Michel Cavalli Flag of France.svg
2002 Régis Roche Flag of France.svg
2002-2004 Jean-Guy Wallemme Flag of France.svg
2004 Kamel Djabour Flag of France.svg Flag of Algeria.svg
2004 Noël Tosi Flag of France.svg
2004 Éric Santamaria Flag of France.svg
2004 Robert Buigues Flag of France.svg
2004-2005 Stéphane Paille Flag of France.svg
2005-2008 Frederic Lipka Flag of France.svg
2008- ? Ali Tabti Flag of France.svg

[3]

References

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