Première Ligue de Saintonge 20/21 (Football) (Solo | Image-Heavy)

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The Première Ligue (1° Ligue) is the top tier of the Santonian men's professional football system, comprising 20 teams. The league is overseen by the Santonian Football Federation (Fédération saintongeaise de football, FSF). The champions of the 1° Ligue (the team that finished the most points in the league table) wins the Coupe des Ligues, while the winners of the knockout cup competition that is open to all teams in the Santonian football system gets the Coupe de Saintonge. The two usually face off at the beginning of the new season to win the Trophée royal des Champions.

The current holder of the Trophée royal des Champions is Saintes-Saints-Brice FC (the winner of the Coupe des Ligues in 2019/20 season), who defeated second-tier team En Avant Saintes (the winner of the Coupe de Saintonge in 2019/20 season), 3-1.

These are the teams currently in the Première Ligue de Saintonge this 2020/21 season. More information can be seen in the subsequent posts.

In this thread the results of the 1° Ligue games will be posted. Stay tuned for updates!



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Teams in the Première Ligue de Saintonge

These are the teams currently in the Première Ligue de Saintonge this 2020/21 season. The list is arranged in alphabetical order.

Artois SC
Full Name: Artois Sports Club
Short Name: Artois
FSF Code: ART
Hometown: Arthus (Argens)
Stadium: Stade ducal d'Artois
Capacity: 40,654
Manager: Raymond Leborgne

AS Aurigny
Full Name: Association sportive d'Aurigny
Short Name: Aurigny
FSF Code: AUR
Hometown: Aurigny (Seudre)
Stadium: Stade d'Aurigny
Capacity: 45,845
Manager: Louis-Patrice Clamanne

SC Bâle
Full Name: Sporting club de Bâle
Short Name: Bâle
FSF Code: BAL
Hometown: Bâle (Sarine)
Stadium: Stade de Bâle
Capacity: 56,152
Manager: Philippe-Arthur Sillery

AS Beaucaire
Full Name: Association sportive de Beaucaire
Short Name: Beaucaire
FSF Code: BCR
Hometown: Beaucaire (Capoterre)
Stadium: Stade de Capoterre
Capacity: 41,065
Manager: Jules-Damien-Alexandre Thibon de Villehardouin

Stade Béthon 50
Full Name: Stade Béthon 1950
Short Name: Stade Béthon
FSF Code: BET
Hometown: Béthanie (Rance)
Stadium: Stade Béthon
Capacity: 48,652
Manager: Claude Barbet

Stade Beaunais FC
Full Name: Stade Beaunais Football Club
Short Name: Beaune
FSF Code: BNE
Hometown: Beaune (Côle)
Stadium: Stade Beaunais
Capacity: 52,362
Manager: Barthélemy Quénault

AJ Saint-Tobie-de-Coire
Full Name: Association de la Jeunesse de Saint-Tobie de Coire
Short Name: St-Tobie de Coire
FSF Code: COI
Hometown: Coire (Haine)
Stadium: Stade de Saint-Tobie
Capacity: 60,564
Manager: Thibault-Tobie Brassart

Côme FC
Full Name: Côme Football Club
Short Name: Côme
FSF Code: COM
Hometown: Come (Simbruins)
Stadium: Stade ducal des Pouilles
Capacity: 66,874
Manager: Martin-Joseph Tribouillard

Espérance SC Loudun
Full Name: Espérance Sports Club de Loudun
Short Name: Espérance Loudun
FSF Code: LDN
Hometown: Loudun (Doire)
Stadium: Stade d'Espérance
Capacity: 50,165
Manager: Victor-Guillaume Birotteau

USL Novale
Full Name: Union Sportive du Littoral de Novale
Short Name: Novale
FSF Code: NOV
Hometown: Novale (Basses-Alpes)
Stadium: Tech Parc
Capacity: 50,845
Manager: Carlo del Porco

Olympique Nyonnais FC
Full Name: Olympique Nyonnais Football Club
Short Name: Olympique Nyonnais
FSF Code: NYN
Hometown: Nyon (Bouche-du-Rhâne)
Stadium: Stade des Princes
Capacity: 71,652
Manager: Jean-Pierre Remond

Excelsior AC Perthus
Full Name: Excelsior Athletic Club de Perthus
Short Name: Excelsior Perthus
FSF Code: PER
Hometown: Perthus (Basses-Brômes)
Stadium: Stade Thibault-Gaetjens
Capacity: 39,162
Manager: Matthieu-André Gallet

FC Plaisance
Full Name: Football club de Plaisance
Short Name: Plaisance
FSF Code: PLA
Hometown: Plaisance (Corb)
Stadium: Parc de la Pointe Plaisante
Capacity: 44,516
Manager: Olivier Jovelet

Provins Football Puy-d'Or
Full Name: Provins Football Puy-d'Or
Short Name: Provins Puy-d'Or
FSF Code: PRV
Hometown: Provins (Puy-d'Or)
Stadium: Parc de Champagne
Capacity: 42,658
Manager: Louis-Philippe Jomard

CO Ratisbonne
Full Name: Club Odinspylique de Ratisbonne
Short Name: Ratisbonne
FSF Code: RAT
Hometown: Ratisbonne (Lauter)
Stadium: Parc Odinspylique
Capacity: 50,895
Manager: Joseph-Landéric Bussmann

Stade de Saintes FC
Full Name: Association royale sportive de Saintes - Stade de Saintes Football Club
Short Name: Stade de Saintes
FSF Code: SDS
Hometown: Saintes
Stadium: Stade de Saintes
Capacity: 80,165
Manager: Brice-Paul Charléty

Saintes-Saints-Brice FC
Full Name: Saintes-Saints-Brice Football Club
Short Name: Saintes-Saints-Brice
FSF Code: SSB
Hometown: Saintes
Stadium: Stade des Saints-Brice
Capacity: 57,162
Manager: Kévin Caillard

Tiffauges FC
Full Name: Tiffauges Football Club
Short Name: Tiffauges
FSF Code: TFF
Hometown: Tiffauges (Lignon)
Stadium: Stade de Théiphalie
Capacity: 34,989
Manager: Marc-Étienne Garrau

Coeur-Rouge de Torcy
Full Name: Coeur-Rouge de Torcy Sporting Club
Short Name: Torcy
FSF Code: TRC
Hometown: Torcy-le-Grand (Lisle)
Stadium: Parc des Torsades des Pointes
Capacity: 53,161
Manager: Paul-Sylvestre Maurel

FC Vantes de Domnonée
Full Name: Football Club de Vantes de Domnonée
Short Name: Vantes de Domnonée
FSF Code: VAN
Hometown: Vantes (Authie)
Stadium: Stade royal de Vantes
Capacity: 60,885
Manager: Marc-Rogatien Livolant
 
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Week 1 Results

The 2020-2021 season of Santonian football kicked off last Saturday, with the Northeast Derby between AJ St-Tobie de Coire and SC Bâle. The Cathedral Boys won on home ground, 2-1 with a goal each by Hugberg Steenstrup and Tobias Rönbeck. The largest win was Stade de Saintes’ 4-1 win over AS Aurigny, with The Dangerous Druron Dangereaux piling on the three-goal lead with his hat-trick, the first this season.

 
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Week 2 Results

Week 2 was boring with three goalless drawn games: USL Novale vs Espérance SC Loudun, FC Vantes de Domnonée vs Stade Beaunais FC, and FC Plaisance vs Artois SC. The most lopsided game was Provins Football Puy-d’Or’s crushing of a hapless Stade Béthon 50. The Bethanians lost 5-0.

 
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