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Established
1986 (35 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Stade de l'Aube
(20,877 Capacity)

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French Ligue 2
Coupe de France

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Upcoming Events
20 Apr 21 Niort  -  Troyes
24 Apr 21 Troyes  -  Grenoble
01 May 21 Chateauroux  -  Troyes
08 May 21 Troyes  -  USL Dunkerque
15 May 21 Le Havre  -  Troyes

Latest Results
17 Apr 21 Troyes  1 - 0  Caen
10 Apr 21 Paris FC  1 - 1  Troyes
03 Apr 21 Troyes  1 - 0  Guingamp
20 Mar 21 Amiens  3 - 1  Troyes
13 Mar 21 Troyes  1 - 5  Nancy

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Espérance Sportive Troyes Aube Champagne is a French association football club, based in Troyes. It was founded in 1986. It is the third professional club from Troyes in history, after ASTS and TAF. The club was promoted three times to the Ligue 1, at first 1999, then in 2005 and in 2012. They won the Intertoto Cup in 2001 after beating Newcastle United on the away goals rule after the score was 4–4 on aggregate. They currently play in Ligue 1.

Team Members
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Maxime
Barthelme




Maxime
Barthelmé




Dylan
Chambost




Tristan
Dingomé




Gauthier
Gallon




Jimmy
Giraudon




Alimami
Gory




Oualid
El



Suk
Hyun-jun




Levi
Lumeka




Stone
Mambo




Rominigue
N'Guessan




Jessy
Pi




Rayan
Raveloson




Ihsan
Sacko




Dylan
Saint-Louis




Yoann
Salmier




Pape
Souare




Florian
Tardieu




Yoann
Touzghar




Remi
Vita




Oswaldo
Vizcarrondo



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Stadium or Home

Stade de l'Aube is a multi-use stadium in Troyes, France. It is currently used mostly for football matches, by Troyes AC. The stadium is able to hold 20,400 people and was built in 1956.

In June 2013, the Stade de l'Aube is the first stadium to build its pitch using the AirFibr hybrid turf technology, developed by the French company Natural Grass.

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