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US Orléans
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Full name Union Sportive Orléanaise
Founded 1920
Ground Stade de la Source,
Orléans
(Capacity: 5,000)
Manager Stéphane Grégoire
League CFA Group D
2008-09 CFA Group D, 4th
Home colours

US Orléans (French: Union Sportive Orléanaise) is a French association football club founded in 1920 and based in Orléans.

History

Originally called Arago Sport Orléanais, and founded as the football section of a general sports club, it adopted its current name in 1976 and turned professional in 1980 The club is based at the modern 5,000 capacity all-seated Stade de la Source stadium. The club's record attendance was 11,680 against AS Monaco FC in 1989. Club colours are red and yellow.

Noted former players include Gérard Soler and László Bölöni.

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 Valentin Cartier-Panot
France GK Armand Raimbault
France GK Thomas Renault
France DF Guillaume Coelho
France DF Benoît Darcy
France DF Guillaume Eglin
France DF Majid Mengouchi
France DF Ludovic Michelot
France DF David Soubieux
France DF Romain Viot
France MF Julien Delonglée
France MF Garry Franchi
No.   Position Player
France MF Yozip Lemée
France MF Benoît Mourlon
France MF Anthony Pessoa
France MF Maurice Seibert
France MF Steve Vétier
France FW Jean Vital Biagui
France FW Willy Bidjang
Guinea FW Mohamed Doumbouya
France FW Kévin Le Faix
France FW Vincent Le Mat
Morocco FW Jamel Zahiri

Notable players

Honours

  • 1980: Finalists, Coupe de France
  • 1947, 1948: Vice-champions, France Amateurs
  • 1942, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1957, 1995, 2002: Champions, DH Centre

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