Chamois Niortais Football Club (often referred to as simply Les Chamois) is a French association football club based in the commune of Niort, in the Deux-Sèvres department of western France. Un joueur des Chamois niortais a été condamné ce jeudi-après midi par le tribunal correctionnel de Niort à un an de prison dont six mois ferme. A propos de Chamois Niortais. On 3 August 1974, the Stade Venise Verte was opened, with the inaugural game being an exhibition match between Chamois Niortais and Dynamo Kyiv. Huitième épisode : Tristan Lahaye et le jeu léché de Pascal Gastien avec les Chamois Niortais lors de la saison 2013-2014. Gastien, a former Chamois Niortais player, is currently in his third spell as manager. Un joueur des Chamois niortais a été arrêté ce samedi matin, à l’entraînement, dans le cadre d’une possible affaire de violences conjugales. Vendredi 12 mai 2017, les Niortais étaient invités à l’Hôtel de Ville pour rencontrer les Chamois niortais qui ont participé à la montée en 1ere division de l’équipe, il y a 30 ans. C’était l’année 2000-2001 je crois contre Angers. Junior Sambia, ancien joueur des Chamois Niortais, hospitalisé en raison du coronavirus – Blog de l’A.M.I. Depuis lors, le club joue généralement avec un maillot, un short et des chaussettes bleus. The original team played in a fully white strip, and competed in the regional championship of the Ligue de Charentes. Chamois Niortais FC - Effectif détaillé 20/21 | Transfermarkt Activez JavaScript pour pouvoir utiliser le site. [12] The team also managed a win in their first ever televised match, defeating Saint-Étienne 2–1 on 18 August 1987. [9] Philippe Hinschberger was appointed as the new manager in 2005,[6] and he successfully escaped from the Championnat National at the first attempt, securing the title with a 2–0 victory over Sporting Toulon Var on 13 May 2006. Three of the coaches, Kazimir Hnatow, Robert Charrier and Pascal Gastien, have had more than one spell in charge of the club. [12] The record attendance at the stadium was set on 24 October 1987, when 16,715 people saw Chamois Niortais defeat Marseille by two goals to one in a Division 1 encounter. Georges Poussard, also a worker in the factory, was appointed as the club's first secretary. [4] Faczinek left the club in 1948 and was replaced by former France international Maurice Banide. Chamois Niortais Football Club (often referred to as simply Les Chamois) is a French association football club based in the commune of Niort, in the Deux-Sèvres department of western France. In 1943, the club were one of the founder members of the Championnat de France amateur (CFA), the highest level of amateur football in France. [4] In 1939, Joseph Boinot was appointed president of the club. Les Chamois Niortais ont été actifs lors du dernier jour du mercato estival avec la signature du gardien Mathieu Michel (Auxerre) et de l’attaquant Joseph Mendes (AC Ajaccio). The badge of Chamois Niortais features a chamois goat standing on a football, and the background of the crest is royal blue, which has featured in the club's home colours since its founding. The following year the club pulled off a major coup with the signing of Czechoslovakia international Ferdinand Faczinek, who played for the club for one season before transferring to FC Sète at the end of the 1940–41 campaign, after which the Second World War halted competitive football for two years in France. Les joueurs acceptés dans cette liste ont joué en D1, D2/L2, National, CFA (saison 2009-2010) Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue. ... Les anciens joueurs des Chamois à l’honneur [13], The relegation saw the end of Patrick Parizon's reign as head coach as he was replaced by Victor Zvunka. Soon after, the football section of the club was founded and named Étoile Sportive Niortaise. Suspicion de COVID19 pour des anciens joueurs du GF38. 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Cet article recense tous les joueurs ayant porté le maillot du Chamois niortais FC en match officiel depuis son accession en deuxième division en 1985. After Hnatow left Chamois Niortais in 1966,[6] the club's fortunes on the pitch began to diminish and they were eventually relegated at the end of the 1968–69 campaign after ending the season with just 12 points from 26 matches. In 1923, many players were conscripted into the French army. The club's badge shows a chamois goat standing on a football. Intérimaire, Jean-Philippe Faure vient de passer 3 matchs de Ligue 2 sur le banc du club des Deux-Sèvres. Chamois Niortais has traditionally played in an entirely blue home strip, although away strips regularly differ. The club has one main supporters' organisation, named "Unicamox 79". Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Meilleurs joueurs. Led by Faczinek, who had returned to the club as player-manager in 1943, the side won the DH Centre-Ouest for three consecutive seasons. Anciens ou actuels joueurs des Chamois Niortais, supporters ou simples amateurs de football, les hommages sont déjà nombreux à Niort après l’annonce, tard hier soir, de l’identification du corps d’Emiliano Sala. In the 2008–09 season, the average was as low as 2,348 when the club was playing in the Championnat National.[22]. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le joueur avait été placé en service de réanimation jeudi. They played there for the following eight years, but never finished higher than fourth in the division. The following season, the team finished as runners-up in the Championnat National behind Nîmes Olympique to return to Ligue 2 for the 2012–13 campaign and regain their professional status. Les Chamois Niortais viennent ainsi d’indiquer l’annulation de leur match amical après qu’un de leurs joueurs … The team played in the division for three seasons, until they gained promotion back to the DH Centre-Ouest at the end of the 1938–39 campaign. Chamois Niortais résultats en direct (et la vidéo diffusion en direct streaming en ligne), composition de l'équipe avec le calendrier de la saison et les résultats. [4] The season began well for the side, as they achieved a 1–0 win against USL Dunkerque on 16 July 1985. Après 25 ans de partenariat avec les Chamois Niortais, Dominique Mérieau cesse d’être sponsor du club. Après avoir signé deux recrues et fait passer deux jeunes de la réserve en équipe professionnel, le club de football niortais s'apprête à voir partir huit joueurs de son effectif. In 1945, after the Second World War, the side joined the Championnat de France amateur. [18], For the following season, the home kit reverted to the usual all-blue strip and the jersey currently has a white sash across it. Le footballeur italo-argentin avait joué une saison aux Chamois Niortais en … [3], For the 1932–33 season, Chamois Niortais joined the DH Centre-Ouest, the highest level of regional football in France, and finished eighth in their first season. The 79 symbolises the department number of Deux-Sèvres. In 1926, when the team joined the Ligue du Charentes, the club adopted the small Stade de Genève as their first home. However, the side could only procure a 0–0 draw and were relegated to the Championnat de France amateur for the first time since 1970. To date, the only manager to have coached the club in the top division of French football is Patrick Parizon, during the 1987–88 season. Chamois Niortais jouera son prochain match le 15 déc. The first televised match at the ground took place on 18 August 1987, when Saint-Étienne were beaten 2–1. [12], The following season turned out to be the club's only season to date in the top tier of French football. From 1980 to 1984, the team played in Division 4 before promotion return to Division 3. Consultez le classement du club Chamois Niortais FC en championnat Ligue 2 BKT pour la saison 2020/2021 Junior Sambia, 23 ans, ancien footballeur niortais, est touché par le coronavirus. [9] In 1978, the club finished last and were again relegated to the fourth level, but were immediately promoted back to Division 3 after finishing as runners-up in 1979. Chamois Niortais were relegated to the Championnat National in 2008, and relegated again the next season, losing their professional status. Fred Garny, ancien joueur du Chamois Niortais FC... 1. [24], Since the appointment of the first Chamois Niortais manager, the Swiss coach Franchina, there have been 31 different first-team managers. Denis Troch was hired as the club's new manager in August 2008,[12] and despite hopes of a swift return to Ligue 2, the team performed poorly throughout the 2008–09 campaign. When the club was founded in 1925, Chamois Niortais adopted a white strip. Malgré un passage à vide récemment, la formation des Deux-Sèvres, a frappé fort lors de la dernière journée en s'imposant 4-3 à Sochaux. Le nombre de matches est le total de tous les matches officiels (Championnat, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue) disputés par le joueur sous les couleurs du Chamois niortais FC, soit comme titulaire, soit comme remplaçant. Le joueur de 24 ans était jugé également pour avoir volé le téléphone portable de … Les cas, ou suspicions de cas, de joueurs touchés par le COVID19 commencent à apparaitre en Ligue 2. Qu'elle est surprenante cette formation niortaise. Cet article recense tous les joueurs ayant porté le maillot The club's home stadium is the Stade René Gaillardin Niort, which has a capacity of 10,898 although in the last 20 years attendances have generally averaged below 5,00… [22] Since then, the average attendance has usually been under 5,000 spectators. Le monde du football a été ému par la nouvelle. [11], Thanks to the promotion, Chamois Niortais became a professional club for the 1985–86 season. Les joueurs jouent avec un ensemble bleu à bande blanche à domicile. [4] In 1984–85, the team lost only three matches in the entire campaign as they finished comfortably top of the division. After another promotion in 1987, they played in Division 1 for the 1987–88 season, only, then were relegated next season. Les Chamois de l’ère Desabre, revue d’effectif Au sein d’un mercato très particulier et très figé, avec les mesures sanitaires et une situation étrange dans toute l’Europe, les Chamois vont probablement démarrer le championnat sous le signe de la jeunesse. Le Niortais Olivier Kemen décisif face à l’AC Ajaccio [LES JOUEURS] S’il n’a pas marqué, l’ancien joueur du Gazélec Ajaccio est à l’origine des deux buts qui ont permis aux Chamois … [20] Next to the stadium there is a small annexed ground where the club's reserve and youth teams play their matches. [9] After being runners-up in the division for two consecutive seasons in 1961–62 and 1962–63, the team secured a number of mid-table league finishes under Kazimir Hnatow. It was founded in 1925 by Charles Boinot, the son of the owner of a local chamois leather factory. [12] After a promising start, the team languished around the bottom of the division for the majority of the campaign, and were eventually relegated back to Division 2 on 10 June 1988, after being beaten 3–0 by Caen, finishing just one point behind Lens. In the 2007–08 season the team played in a gold and black kit for the first time, to commemorate 20 years since the club competed in Division 1. [1] Since then, however, the club has usually played in a home strip of royal blue jersey, shorts and socks. The club gained professional status for the first time the following year when they were promoted to Division 2. 4 en comptant la Coupe de France.Ce vendredi soir, après la défaite à Clermont (2-3, 20e journée), l’ancien adjoint de Patrice Lair a reconnu qu’il serait souhaitable qu’un nouvel entraîneur soit nommé rapidement. Throughout the 1930s the club continued to grow in size, enlisting more players and members, despite the team performing relatively poorly in the league. [2] They continued to play at the Stade de Genève for the majority of the following 50 years until, in the early 1970s, it was announced that the side would move into a new stadium. 16/07/2020. Invité sur France Bleu Poitou, l’entraîneur Sébastien Desabre a … The name is taken from "uni", the French for united, "camox", the Latin word meaning chamois. [10] Upon the restructuring of the league system, the team joined the newly formed Division 3 in 1970. 1985: Le club accède au championnat de France de D2. For the 2009–10 season, the club's kits are produced by Italian sportswear company, Erreà, and the main shirt sponsor is Cheminées Poujoulat. Les joueurs ayant uniquement évolués avec l'équipe réserve ne doivent pas apparaître dans cette liste. Tweet Pin It. [20], At present, the stadium has four stands: the Tribune d'Honneur, the Tribune Pasages, the Tribune Populaire Nord, and the Tribune Populaire Sud. 2020 contre Grenoble en Ligue 2. In 1925, a number of the players returned to the town and Boinot's son, Charles, set up the first proper association football team in the town, which he named Chamois Niortais Football Club., licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. 2. [4] Some time later, the stadium was renamed the Stade René Gaillard in honour of René Gaillard, the former mayor of Niort. L’ancien espoir de l’Olympique de Marseille, Bilal Boutobba, va tenter de se relancer en signant en Ligue 2, aux Chamois Niortais. Hommage à Émiliano Sala, l’ancien joueur des Chamois Niortais. [6], "CNFC" redirects here. The next campaign saw unprecedented success for the team, as they racked up a 17-match unbeaten run on the way to the league championship. Aller au contenu Aller au menu Aller à la recherche. It was founded in 1925 by Charles Boinot, the son of the owner of a local chamois leather factory. After the First World War, local chamois leather factory owner, Theophile Boinot, established the first sports club in Niort, Amicale Club Niortais. Football (Retour Ligue 2) : Les notes des joueurs chamois après Niort-Clermont ... Desmas, l’ancien niortais, l’a privé du deuxième but qui aurait libéré les Chamois. Chamois Niort en bref : cette page donne un rapide aperçu de la saison Statistiques générales pour la saison actuelle du club. The club's badge shows a chamois goat standing on a football. [9] In April 1984, Patrick Parizon was appointed as manager and the following month, the side secured a third-placed finish to gain promotion back to Division 3. The away kit for the current season is the reverse of the home strip, and consists of a white jersey with blue sash, white shorts and white socks. Les Chamois Niortais n’ont plus de coach depuis la mi-décembre. [21] The organisation has no history of violence or extremism, and works closely with the football club to try to improve the atmosphere at home matches. [5] In 1953, the side finished bottom of the division and were relegated to the DH Centre-Ouest. Their title triumph was confirmed with a 2–0 victory over US Orléans at the Stade René Gaillard on 23 May 1987. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Le propriétaire de Westlink (qui apparaît sur les maillots), marque du groupe DJM, a démissionné de ses fonctions de président du Conseil de surveillance, lundi. [6] Zvunka remained manager for the following three seasons, until the side were relegated to Division 3 at the end of the 1990–91 campaign. Manager Nicolas Hibst was sacked and replaced by Georges Hatz,[6] who had previously coached AJ Auxerre. [8], The side struggled in their first season back in the third tier, achieving a tenth-placed finish. Un joueur des Chamois Niortais a été placé ce dimanche sous contrôle judiciaire dans l'attente de son procès le 26 novembre, pour des accusations de violences conjugales. [12] Niort found the following two seasons difficult in Ligue 2, finishing 16th in the 2006–07 season and then suffering relegation in 2007–08 after conceding an injury time goal to Boulogne.[12][14]. [4], Chamois Niortais were relegated from the CFA to the DH Centre-Ouest in 1945. The club also fields a reserve team, which competes in the Championnat National 3, and has youth teams ranging from under-7 to under-15. Le nombre de buts est le total des buts inscrits par le joueur sous le maillot du Chamois niortais en compétition officielle (Championnat, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue). The team re-joined the CFA for the 1948–49 season and played in the division for the following five campaigns, achieving a second-place finish in 1951, when they finished behind Stade Quimpérois by five points. [12][20], Chamois Niortais have always had a relatively small fan base, with very few fans from outside of the area around Niort. Niort secured their third-tier status with an 11th-place finish in the 2010–11 season. [7] The side remained in the DH Centre-Ouest until 1960 when, under the guidance of Nordine Ben Ali,[6] they won the league title by a point ahead of Poitiers FC to return to the CFA. 26/04/2020 Baromètre de l'immo. The side failed to win a league match during the first three months of the season, and that form continued into 2009. [6] The current manager is Pascal Gastien, who was given the job in 2009 after Denis Troch was sacked following the side's relegation from the Championnat National. After finishing as runners-up in the Championnat National, the team were promoted to Ligue 2 for the 2012–13 season. Et c'est un ancien Pailladin qui a été décisif et nous en sommes très heureux. For the first 20 years of the club's existence they played in local leagues around the Centre-Ouest region. Les joueurs acceptés dans cette liste ont joué en D1, D2/L2, National, CFA (saison 2009-2010) Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue. … [4] They went on to accomplish a respectable fifth-placed finish in their first season with a total of 37 points. [1], For the first season, the presidency of the club was entrusted to Jean Gavaggio, a chemical engineer at the Boinot factory. [17] The club won the CFA Group C that season, and was subsequently promoted back to the National division for the following campaign. The four stands currently have a combined capacity of 10,898, with 1,324 of these being standing places. Liste des joueurs du Chamois niortais FC Cet article recense tous les joueurs ayant porté le maillot du Chamois niortais FC en match officiel depuis son accession en deuxième division en 1985. The side achieved consecutive sixth- and seventh-place finishes in the next two seasons, before being relegated to the Promotion d'Honneur in 1936. D’ailleurs, ils sont 4 sur 5 à le quitter. The next 13 consecutive seasons saw a number of mid-table finishes in Ligue 2, until a poor 2004–05 campaign, in which the team lost 21 of their 38 league matches. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 18 octobre 2019 à 21:36. [19], When Chamois Niortais were founded, the club had no fixed home ground and played friendly matches at various venues in and around Niort. Chamois Niortais SR Colmar FC Gueugnon CA Paris GFC Ajaccio Istres FC US Boulogne AS Béziers Berrichonne Châteauroux Pays d'Aix FC AC Avignon AC Arlésien Club Français Hyères FC : Grands Joueurs Chamois Niortais : Nom: Pays: Période au club: Stats Ligue 1-Matches -Buts: Stats Total ... Sa compagne qu'il avait rencontrée à Lorient, son ancien club, venait de porter plainte. [15] The relegation saw the end of Chamois Niortais's era as a professional club, as they were forced to become a semi-professional outfit due to the DNCG rules. A 2–1 victory over Montauban on 18 May 1985 confirmed their promotion to Division 2 for the first time in the history of Chamois Niortais. The season began with a 1–1 draw with Lens and the side's first victory came against Montpellier on 1 August 1987. L'avion qui transportait le joueur de football Emiliano Sala a disparu au cours de la nuit de lundi à mardi au -dessus de la Manche. 1925: Création du club des Chamois Niortais. Vendredi 12 mai 2017, les Niortais étaient invités à l’Hôtel de Ville pour rencontrer les Chamois niortais qui ont participé à la montée en 1ere division de l’équipe, il y a 30 ans. Ibrahima Conté, l’un des joueurs professionnels des Chamois niortais, comparaissait ce jeudi 26 novembre, devant le Tribunal correctionnel de Niort, pour violences habituelles sur conjoint. Redaction. They went into their final match of the season, away at Pacy Vallée-d'Eure, requiring three points to avoid successive relegations. 1974: Inauguration du Stade de la Venise Verte, rebaptisé plus tard René-Gaillard pour honorer la mémoire de l’ancien maire de Niort. Un joueur des Chamois Niortais condamné à six mois ferme. Après trois ans à la tête des Chamois Niortais et onze ans au club, Karim Fradin a annoncé officiellement ce jeudi qu'il démissionnait de la présidence du club de Ligue 2. The team returned to the second tier after just one season as they comfortably won Division 3. They achieved promotion to Division 3 in 1970 and stayed in the division for the following eight seasons. Chamois Niortais Football Club (often referred to as simply Les Chamois) is a French association football club based in the commune of Niort, in the Deux-Sèvres department of western France. [2] In 1929, the Swiss footballer Franchina was named as the club's first manager and the first committee was elected. However, they again finished bottom of the division and in 1980 returned to Division 4, where they played for the next four seasons. Les statistiques sont arrêtées à la fin de la saison 2011-2012. 1987: Les Chamois Niortais accèdent en D1! Il ne tient pas compte des matches amicaux. Les joueurs acceptés dans cette liste ont joué en D1, D2/L2, National, CFA (saison 2009-2010) Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue. Jimmy Roye, pièce maîtresse et plus ancien joueur de l'équipe niortaise, annonce qu'il quittera les Chamois Niortais à la fin de la saison. Il avait été retrouvé mercredi dernier au fond de la Manche dans l’épave de l’avion qui devait le ramener à Cardiff (Pays-de … [6] The club's longest-serving manager was Ferdinand Faczinek, who had a five-year tenure between 1943 and 1948.