Luzenac AP (French: Luzenac Ariège Pyrénées) is a French football club based in the commune of Luzenac (650 inhabitants) (Ariège). It was founded in 1936. They play at the Stade Paul Fédou, which has a capacity of 1,600. The colours of the club are red and blue.

Luzenac AP
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Full nameLuzenac Ariège Pyrénées
GroundStade Paul Fédou, Luzenac
ChairmanJérôme Ducros
ManagerDavid Gomes
LeagueRegional 1 Occitanie
2018–19Regional 1 Occitanie, 3rd
WebsiteClub website


In the 2013–2014 season, the club competed in the Championnat National, the third highest level of French football. On 18 April 2014 the club clinched promotion to Ligue 2 for the 2014–15 season, in the hopes of becoming the smallest club to ever compete at the second level of French football.[1] However, the club was ruled to have an inadequate stadium, and so they were not allowed to compete in Ligue 2. They ended up being forced to release their first team players and to use their reserve team squad to play in the seventh tier for 2014-15.[2]

Current squadEdit

As of 28 December 2019. Note: The following players in this squad are either free agents or signed by other teams.[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK   FRA Adel Taïder
GK   FRA Martin Imbert
DF   FRA Benjamin Trillou
DF   FRA Benjamin Sola
DF   FRA Sébastien Abad
DF   FRA Ousmane Berete
DF   FRA Maxence Guastavino
DF   FRA Assane Karaboualy
DF   FRA Antoine Jouan
DF   FRA Guy-Mel Lasme
MF   FRA Anthony Cauderlier
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   FRA Cheick Oumar Traoré
MF   FRA Alexandre Boceno
MF   FRA Thomas Lafaille
FW   FRA Sébastien Chinchilla
FW   FRA Yacine Aouladchaib
FW   FRA Quentin Villen
FW   FRA Paul Pinelli
FW   FRA Matthieu Chipot
FW   FRA Colétin Nguala
FW   MRI John Justin
DF   MTQ Christophe Lowinsky


  • Division 4 Group G championship : 1980
  • CFA2 Group E championship : 2005
  • Midi-Pyrénées DH championship : 1971, 1985, 2000
  • CFA Group C championship : 2009


  1. ^ "Luzenac en Ligue 2 !".
  2. ^ Holyman, Ian (September 11, 2014). "Fabien Barthez admits defeat in Luzenac fight". ESPN FC. ESPN.
  3. ^ "Luzenac Ariège Pyrénées". Archived from the original on 2014-04-13.

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