Clermont Foot 63 is a football team playing in Ligue 1.
The club were founded in 1911, with a merger in 1990 leading to the current version.
The club, originally known as Stade Clermontois, had little success early but made the Cope de France semi-finals in 1945-46. After financial issues, the club became professional in 1966.
Stade-Clermontois and AS Montferrand merged in 1984 and was later renamed in 1990 Clermont Foot and starting ascending up the divisions.
Clermont are progressive, becoming the first French professional men’s team to appoint a female manager in 2014, with Helena Costa. She only lasted a month before quitting but was replaced by another female, Corinne Diacre.
In 2020-2021, Clermont were promoted to the Ligue 1 for the first time in club history. In 2022-23, Clermont finished eighth in Ligue 1.
- Championnat National Winners: 2001–02, 2006–07