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St Etienne

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Head Coach

Claude Puel

League Position
3

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Established
1933 (91 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard
(42,000 Capacity)

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Location
14 Rue Paul et Pierre Guichard, 42000 Saint-Étienne

Nicknames
Les Verts

Competitions
French Ligue 2
Coupe de France

Last Edit
zag: 07/Apr/24


Upcoming
20/04 St Etienne - Bordeaux
23/04 Grenoble - St Etienne
27/04 St Etienne - Caen
04/05 Guingamp - St Etienne
11/05 St Etienne - Rodez AF

Results
13/04 Ajaccio 2 - 0 St Etienne
06/04 St Etienne 1 - 0 Concarneau
30/03 Valenciennes 0 - 2 St Etienne
16/03 Bastia 0 - 4 St Etienne
09/03 St Etienne 1 - 0 Auxerre

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Association Sportive de Saint-Étienne Loire, commonly known as A.S.S.E. (French pronunciation: ​) or simply Saint-Étienne, is a professional football club based in Saint-Étienne in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France. The club was founded in 1919 and will compete in Ligue 2, the second division of French football, in the 2022–23 season. Saint-Étienne plays its home matches at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard.

Saint-Étienne have won a joint-record of ten Ligue 1 titles, as well as six Coupe de France titles, a Coupe de la Ligue title and five Trophée des Champions. Saint-Étienne has also won the Ligue 2 championship on three occasions. The club achieved most of its honours in the 1960s and 1970s when the club was led by managers Jean Snella, Albert Batteux, and Robert Herbin.

Saint-Étienne is known as Les Verts meaning "the Greens" due to its home colours. The club's primary rivals are Olympique Lyonnais, based in nearby Lyon, with whom they contest the Derby Rhône-Alpes. In 2009, the club added a female section.

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Tannane

M'Vila

Aholou

Cabaye

Diony

Ruffier

Khazri

Gourna-Douath

Youssouf

Bouanga

Moukoudi

Hamouma

Selnæs

Kolodziejczak

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Stadium or Home

Stade Geoffroy-Guichard is a multi-purpose stadium in Saint-Étienne, France. It is used primarily for football matches, and tournaments such as the 1984 European Football Championship, the Football World Cup 1998 and the Confederations Cup 2003. It is also used for rugby union, and was a venue at the 2007 Rugby World Cup. It is nicknamed "le Chaudron" (the Cauldron), or "l'enfer vert" (the Green Hell), an allusion to the colours worn by the local football team, the AS Saint-Étienne, given during the team's heyday when it drew particularly large crowds (the record being set in 1985, with more than 47,000 spectators). More recently, its current capacity was 35,616 before the current renovations, which began in 2011 and have temporarily reduced this figure to 26,747. When the renovations are finished, the stadium will hold 40,830 seated spectators.

The stadium opened on September 13, 1931, and AS Saint-Étienne's first match there took place on September 17 against FAC Nice. The stadium was named after Geoffroy Guichard, founder of the Casino retail group, who purchased the site on which it was built.

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