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Lorient
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Established
1926 (98 years old)

Sport
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Location
Lorient

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Competitions
French Ligue 2
Coupe de France

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Upcoming
20/07 Brest - Lorient
27/07 Lorient - Guingamp
03/08 Lorient - Angers
07/08 Nantes - Lorient
17/08 Martigues - Lorient

Results
13/07 Lorient 0 - 0 Concarneau
19/05 Lorient 5 - 0 Clermont Foo
12/05 Marseille 3 - 1 Lorient
03/05 Lens 2 - 0 Lorient
28/04 Lorient 1 - 2 Toulouse


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Football Club Lorient-Bretagne Sud (commonly referred to FC Lorient or simply Lorient) is a French association football club based in Lorient, Brittany. The club was founded in 1926 and will play in Ligue 1 in the 2020–21 season after promotion from Ligue 2 in the 2019–20 season. Lorient plays its home matches at the stade Yves Allainmat, named after the former mayor of Lorient. The stadium is surnamed Stade du Moustoir because of its location within the city. The team is managed by Christophe Pélissier.

Lorient had a relatively bleak history nationally prior to 1998 when the club made its first appearance in Ligue 1 in the 1998–99 season. Prior to that, Lorient spent the majority of its life as an amateur club. Lorient's achieved its biggest honour in 2002 when the club won the Coupe de France defeating Bastia 1–0 in the final. Lorient has never won Ligue 1, but has won the Championnat National earning this honour in 1995. Regionally, the club has won five Brittany Division d'Honneur titles and six Coupe de Bretagne.

Lorient has most notably served as a springboard club for several present-day internationals such as Laurent Koscielny, André-Pierre Gignac, Michaël Ciani, Kevin Gameiro, Karim Ziani, Bakari Koné, Matteo Guendouzi, and Seydou Keita. French international Yoann Gourcuff, the son of Christian Gourcuff, began his career at the club before moving to Derby Breton rivals Rennes.


Team Members


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Abergel



32

Adjei



15

Aiyegun



14

Bakayoko



37

Bris





Caoki



11

Dieng



25

Goff





Gomis



8

Innocent



24

Kalulu



44

Kari





Kari





Katseris





Kroupi



15

Laporte



10

Louza



17

Makengo



22

Mendy



13

Mendy





Mouyokolo



38

Mvogo



93

Mvuka





Owaga





Pelon



21

Ponceau



2

Silva



3

Talbi



95

Touré





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2001-2002


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