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Established
1901 (119 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade de la Licorne
(12,097 Capacity)

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French Ligue 2
Coupe de France

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Amiens Sporting Club (commonly referred to as Amiens SC or simply Amiens) is a French association football club based in the northern city of Amiens in the Hauts-de-France region. The club was formed in 1901 and play in Ligue 2, the second division of French football. The club plays its home matches at the Stade de la Licorne located within the city. The 2017–18 Ligue 1 season was the first in the club's 116-year history, where they finished in 13th place to secure a position in Ligue 1 for the following year. Amiens have never won a major trophy.

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Prince
#2


Chadrac
Akolo
#19


Haitam
Aleesami
#14


Alexis
Blin
#17


Mathieu
Bodmer
#24


Jonathan
Bumbu
#39


Arturo
Calabresi
#3


Aurélien
Chedjou
#27


Quentin
Cornette
#29


Bakaye
Dibassy
#12


Matthieu
Dreyer
#16


Saman
Ghoddos
#7


Sehrou
Guirassy
#9


Regis
Gurtner
#1


Christophe
Jallet
#13


Gael
Kakuta
#10


Moussa
Konate
#15


Isaac
Mbenza
#21


Stiven
Mendoza
#20


Thomas
Monconduit
#6


Nicholas
Opoku
#4


Juan
Ferney #11


Sanasi
Sy
#18


Madih
Talal
#22


Bongani
Zungu
#8

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Stadium or Home

Stade de la Licorne is a multi-use stadium in Amiens, France. It is currently used mostly for soccer matches and is the home stadium of Amiens SC. The stadium is able to hold 12,097 people and was built in 1999. The first match held in the stadium was the Trophée des Champions match between FC Nantes Atlantique and FC Girondins de Bordeaux on 24 July 1999. The stadium is visually striking, with an unusually large transparent roof.

RC Lens played their home matches there for the 2014/15 Ligue 1 season because the Stade Bollaert-Delelis was being renovated for the 2016 European Championships.

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