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Stade de Reims is a Frenchmarker football team from Reimsmarker currently playing in Championnat National, the third tier of French football.

History

Stade Reims was the outstanding team of France in the 1950s and early 1960 and reached the final of the European Cup twice in that era.

Stade Reims plays in the Stade Auguste Delaunemarker, which has a capacity of c. 25,000 and hosted a match of the FIFA World Cup 1938.

The players Raymond Kopa and Just Fontaine are the most notable players from their halcyon days when the team guided by coach Albert Batteux faced Real Madrid twice in finals of the European Champions' Cup. Michel Hidalgo, also a player in this side, became later a European Football Championship winning coach of the French national team.

Current squad

As of November 2009

Honours

Major successes

Major Runner-Ups
  • Finalists of the European Cup of Champions (2): 1956, 1959
  • Runners up French Championship (3): 1947, 1954, 1963
  • Finalists of the Coupe de France (1): 1977
  • Finalists of the Trophée des Champions (1): 1962
  • Finalists of the Coupe Latine (1): 1955


Minor Titles
  • Champions of France D2 : 1966
  • Champions of France D3 : 2004
  • Champions of France Amateurs : 1935
  • Champions of DH Nord-Est : 1935
  • Champions of DH Champagne : 1994


Notable former players

See also: :Category:Stade de Reims players
     


Managerial history

   


References



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