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FC Antibes

FC Antibes
Logo
Full name Football Club Antibes Juan-les-Pins
Founded 1912;  (1912)
Ground Stade du Fort Carré, Antibes
France
Ground Capacity 4,000
League Promotion d'Honneur (8th level)
Home colours


Football Club Antibes Juan-les-Pins is a French association football team based in Antibes. The team currently plays at an amateur and regional level but was part of Division 1 for 7 seasons, from its beginning in 1932 to 1939.

Honours

Landmarks

  • 1912: Foundation as Olympique d'Antibes
  • 1932: Became a professional club and took part to the first professional football season in France.
  • 1933: The team is involved in a bribery scandal and is renamed Football Club d'Antibes.
  • 1939: Relegation in Division 2. The club is renamed Olympique d'Antibes Juan-les-Pins.
  • 1947: Relegation from Division 2 to amateur football.
  • 1965–66: Merger with 2 clubs: Espérance and US Antiboise. The club assumed its current name.

Notable players

Managerial history

  • France Valère (1932–1933)
  • Bino Scasa
  • Lardi
  • Scotland Billy Aitken (1937–1939)
  • France Raoul Chaisaz
  • France Numa Andoire (1945–1946)
  • France R. Cardi (1946–1947)
  • Lecrublier
  • Bernardi
  • France Laurent Robuschi (1971–1985)
  • France Serge Recordier (1993–1995)
  • France Alain Wathelet (1995–1996)
  • France Serge Recordier (1996–1998)

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References

External links

  • Official website
  • Seasons and history summary

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