ES Viry-Châtillon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
ES Viry-Châtillon
Full nameL'Entente Sportive Viry-Châtillon
Founded1958
GroundStade Henri Longuet
Viry-Châtillon
Capacity5,700
ChairmanPascal Mazeau
ManagerStéphane Cabrelli
LeagueRegional 1, Île-de-France
2017–18National Group C, 15th (relegated
WebsiteClub website

L'Entente Sportive Viry-Châtillon is a French Association football team, based in Viry-Châtillon, Paris. It currently plays in Regional 1, Île-de-France, the sixth tier in the French football league system, holding home games at the Stade Henri Longuet, which has a capacity of 5,700. Their most famous ever player is Thierry Henry.

History[edit]

Founded in 1958 after two local sides, L'Union Sportive de Viry, which existed between 1932 and 1958, and FC Viry, (1952–58), merged.

In 2018, the club suffered administrative relegation, in addition to relegation on the field, from Championnat National 2 after suffering financial difficulties.[1]

Current squad[edit]

As of 25 April 2015.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Guyana GK Laurent Petchy
France GK Ivan Hoyos
France DF Mohamed Diakaté
France DF Nedim Djitli
Senegal DF Bissenty Mendy
Democratic Republic of the Congo DF Vedel Miatoudila
France DF Mourad Jalliti
France DF Warren Senou
France MF Georges Colonnette
France MF Xavier Marcilla
Democratic Republic of the Congo MF Yannick Diasivi
France MF Plaisir Bahamboula
No. Position Player
France MF Mahamadou Coulibaly
France MF Kevin Gohiri
France MF Aurélien Moreno
France MF Stephane Palermo
France MF Rémi Bonaventure
Democratic Republic of the Congo MF Yannick Diasivi
France MF Hans Miessan
Portugal MF Wilson Leal
Guinea MF Jean Marie Sylla
France FW Aziz Bensaidi
France FW Jeffrey Senou
France FW Walid Aïchour

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Football : Viry confirmé en Régional 1" (in French). Le Républicain. 4 July 2018. Retrieved 17 July 2018.

External links[edit]