Étoile sportive catalane
|Full name||Stade Dijonnais Côte D'Or|
|Location||Avenue de la Libération|
|Ground(s)||Stade Gaston Pams (Capacity: 1500)|
The clun was founded in 1912 as Union sportive argelésienne, in 1921, became Grenouille argelésienne, then Étoile sportive argelésienne, and in the 90's Étoile sportive catalane.
In the 60's the club played in regional championship and was promoted in third (Excellence) in 1968. Winning the title in 1970, was promoted in second division, returning in the third in 1976. In the 90's was promoted in group A2 and from there in 1996 arrived to play the eights of finals for the title of French Champion, losing against Toulose).
This could permit to the club to play in 1996-97 in first division, but the Board of the club refused, due economics difficulties.
- 1964 and 1967 : Champion of Roussillon Honneur (4th div)
- 1970 : Champion of France "Excellence" (3th[clarification needed] national division)
- 1971 : Eights of finals in the second division championship
- 1996 : Eights of finals in the 1995-96 French Championship
- 2005 : Finalist of Fédérale 2 championship
- Marc Lièvremont formed in the club
- Thomas Lièvremont formed in the club
- Matthieu Lièvremont formed in the club
- Sylvain Deroeux (1996-1997)
- Nicolas Mas formed in the club
- Benoit Cabello (jusqu'en 2002) formed in the club
- Olivier Benassis formed in the club
- Jérôme Schuster formed in the club
- Vincent Sabardeil (2005-)
- Patrick Arlettaz (2006-2007)
- Benjamin Goze (2006-2007)
- Sébastien Mercier (2007-2008 2009-..)
- Diego Giannantonio (2008-2009)
- Nicolas Grelon (2009-2011)
- Bruno Rolland
- Fabien Sabathier
- Thomas Bouquié (2011-2012)
Notes and referencesEdit
- "Football". L'Humanité (in French). Retrieved 14 March 2010.