Étoile Filante du Togo is a professional Togolese football club based in Lomé. Their home stadium is Stade Oscar Anthony. The club name translates as "Shooting Star of Lomé" and are known locally as "The Meteors".
Étoile Filante has won the national league championship seven times and were defeated finalists in the 1968 African Cup of Champions Clubs.
On 26 November 2011, some of the team's players were killed or injured in a bus crash near the Togolese city of Atakpame whilst travelling to a match.
The club was founded in 1932 under the name of Étoile Filante de Lomé. In 1974 and as part of the sports reform, the club is dissolved by the Togolese Football Federation and merged with Modèle de Lomé and Dynamic Togolais to form the club Lomé I which was later called Déma Club de Lomé. In 1978, Déma Club was dissolved as part of the second sport reform. In the 1990s, the club Étoile Filante is reformed and wins the championship in 1992.
- 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1992
- 1956, 1958, 1961, 1994
- Finalists: 1996
- Finalists: 1968
Performance in CAF competitionsEdit
- 1966: First Round
- 1968: Finalist
- 1969: Quarter-Finals
- 1993: Preliminary Round
- 1996 – First Round
- 1998 – First Round
- 1995 – First Round
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Victor Atakpmey (1933–34)
- Philipe Nasr (1934–43)
- Ernest Sogodzo Kebey (1943–50)
- Stanislas Segbeaya (1950–51)
- Nicolas Djondjo (1952–55)
- Joseph Firmin Abalo (1958–60)