FC Sochaux-Montbeliard

Sport Soccer
Country France France
Home town Montbéliard
Founding year 1928
Leagues Ligue 1
Website www.fcsochaux.fr

FC Sochaux is a French football club based in the city of Montbeliard. They currently feature in the French Ligue 1.

FC Sochaux were established in 1928 as a works team for Peugeot motor car factory in the village of Sochaux. Next year they turned professional, becoming the first French club to become a professional club.

Sochaux won the league championships in 1935 and then in 1938. In the post-war period, Sochaux starkly declined although they didn’t suffer relegation to the second division too very often.

Then in 2004 they won the Coupe de la Ligue, which was their first major trophy since the 1938 league championship. They then won the French Cup in 2007.

FC Sochaux play their home matches at the Stade Auguste Bonal that can accommodate a crowd of 20,005. They bear the nickname Les Lionceaux.

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Match Results


Sochaux won a game against Stade de Reims (1 - 0) in the Ligue 1 - 11 months ago


Sochaux won a game against Toulouse (2 - 0) in the Ligue 1 - 12 months ago


Sochaux played a game against SC Bastia that ended in a draw (2 - 2) Ligue 1 - 12 months ago


OM played a game against Sochaux that ended in a draw (1 - 1) Ligue 1 - about 1 year ago

Team Roster

Name Position
Pierre-Alain Frau forward
Ishmael Yartey midfielder
David Sauget defender
Sebastian Bassong midfielder
Jérôme Roussillon defender
Rafaël Dias forward
Papa Demba Oumar Camara goalkeeper
Julien Faussurier midfielder
Tapé Moussé Doubai midfielder
Edouard Butin forward