SOA (football club)

Société Omnisports de l'Armée, commonly known as SOA, is an Ivorian football club based in Yamoussoukro. The club is a member of the Ivorian Football Federation Premiere Division. They play at Stade de Yamoussoukro.

SOA
Badge
Full nameSociété Omnisport de l'Armée Football
Nickname(s)S.O.A.
les Militaires (The Military people)[1]
Founded1932; 91 years ago (1932)
GroundStade de Yamoussoukro
Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast
Capacity6,000
ChairmanJulien N’Dri Kouamé
Philippe Mangou
ManagerLanciné Pereira Koné
LeagueLigue 1
2019–20Ligue 1, 4th of 14

Current squadEdit

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   CIV Abdoul Mohamed Ouattara
2 MF   CIV Simon Kangoh
3 DF   RWA Jean-Baptiste Kaboré
4 MF   CIV Parfait Konan Kouakou
5 DF   CIV Youba Koné
6 DF   CIV Abdoul Coulibaly
7 DF   CIV Cheick Hibrahim Bokoum
8 MF   CIV Ibrahim Sylla
9 FW   CIV Vieron Rémi Gabiem
10 MF   CIV Alassane Karamoko
11 MF   CIV Pierre M'Bena
12 FW   CIV Dosso Gouaméné
13 DF   CIV Gnagrah Assié
14 FW   CIV Issouf Sangaré
15 MF   CIV Magloire Désiré Kouamé
16 GK   CIV Namory Diomandé
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF   CIV Adama Hamed Diomandé
18 MF   CIV Malan Richard N'Goran
19 MF   CIV Yao Mathieu Kouamé
20 MF   RWA Anselme Gnahoré
21 MF   CIV Oumar Diallo
22 GK   CIV Guyan Kanté
23 DF   CIV Harouna Toe
24 MF   BFA Djomagan Fofana
25 FW   CIV Kouassi Auguste Konan
26 DF   CIV Lamine Diakité
27 DF   CIV Manfah Soumahoro
28 DF   CIV Nick Olivier Blékou Yohoré
29 MF   CIV Aboubakar Sidiki Diaby
30 FW   CIV Mamadou Koné
MF   CIV Christian Nougbélé

HonoursEdit

Côte d'Ivoire Premier Division

Côte d'Ivoire Cup

  • Winners: 1996
  • Runners-up: 2006

Coupe de la Ligue de Côte d'Ivoire

  • Winners: 2014

Félix Houphouët-Boigny Cup

  • Winners: 1996, 2019

Performance in CAF competitionsEdit

2020 – Preliminary Round
2009 – First Round
1997 – quarter-finals

MiscellaneousEdit

On 19.June 1994, SO Armee played 2:1 in the Ivorian league against ASEC, thus ending ASEC′s world record unbeaten streak of 108 league and domestic cup games between 1989 and 1994.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "#666 – Société Omnisports de l'Armée : les Militaires" (in French). Footnickname. Retrieved 18 November 2022.
  2. ^ ″Asec's amazing run ″ at BBC Sport online. Retrieved 26.March 2013.

External linksEdit