• Location: Angers, France
  • Stadium: Stade Raymond Kopa
  • Coach: Gérald Baticle
  • Ligue 1 Titles: 0

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Ligue 2 Winners: 1969 – 1976.

Angers is one of the oldest teams in France, a  French professional football club. The club was founded in 1911, which means they have been around for 103 years. Their nicknames are; Le SCO, Les Scoistes, and Les Noirs et Blancs ( The Black and Whites).  

They have been one of the consistent teams, playing 23 seasons in the Ligue 1 so far in the league when they got their promotion to the league in 2015 after  21 years. They play their home games at the Stade Raymond Kopa. 

We expect the Angers team to maintain their stats, and undoubtedly, we know it would be difficult for them to win titles in France today because of the top teams.  

Angers General Info

Angers is one of the teams based in the commune of Angers, Pays de la Loire, France. The team has been around for many years, and its full name is AngersSportingg Club de i’Quest. It has a beautiful story and has been participating in the French Ligue one since 2015. 

They have been using the Stade Raymond Kopa as their home ground, and it contains 18 752 capacity and will remain its home for the foreseeable future. The president of the Angers club is Said Chabane, and their current head coach is Gerald Baticle. They are still playing in Ligue 1, holding the last position in their standing. 

The team will be relegated if care is not taken because they are currently in the relegation zone, which is unsafe for them. Their primary color is white and black; they have 33 players as their squad size and nine as national players. Their average player age is between 24.5, which means they have young players in their squad. 

Angers History

Angers stats began as far back as 1919, the same year the FFF was founded. The first time they played in the French second division was in 1945 when they were drawn into the North group when the division was split into two groups: the North and South. 

Before that, they were in between two top tiers on several occasions, before they later spent their time in the third tier on several occasions; they spent their last third tier in the 2006-07 season.  

In the long run, Angers got a promotion to the 2014-2015 league two seasons after being in the lower division for a long time. In the 2015-16 season, they finished ninth in their standings playing in the Ligue 1. They won 2-0 in their opening match when they faced Montpellier HSC. Fast forward to 2017, they participated in the Coupe de France and entered the tournament’s final, facing Paris Saint-Germain. Without a doubt, they lost the match 1-0, where Angers scored own goal in the 91st minute. At the end of the 2017-2018 season, thor player Karl Toko Ekambi scored an impressive 17 goals, and they finished 14th on the season’s table. 

They continued playing in Ligue 1, and in the last season, 2021/2022, they finished the league 14th in their standings, and they are currently in the 2022/2023 season, battling in the relegation zone. We hope they return to their space after the FIFA World Cup tournament. 

Angers Records

Angers stats show they have built some impressive records over the eyes. The team has yet to be returned to division 2 since they got promoted to Ligue 1 back in 2015, and we found out that in every season they have played, their average position in their season is 14th. Also, they earned fifty points only in the 2015/2016 season, more than in other seasons.  

Angers is part of participating in the 2022-23 transfers as they look to strengthen their squad and improve on what they have before kickstarting a season in the Ligue 1. You’ve got to work hard to make it into the top-tier league, and it takes more work for teams to remain in the country’s top division. 

So, below are some of the top new arrivals and departures for Auxerre in the last summer transfer window.

  • Top Arrivals: Ousmane Camara, Cedric Hountondji, Ibrahim Amadou, Yahia Fofana. 
  • Top Departures: Momo Cho, Enzo Ebosse, Jimmy Cabot, Stephane Bahoken, Casimir Ninnga. 

Angers has had many coaches. These managers are part of their stories, but some play a more prominent role than others. In that case, we highlighted some of Auxerre’s best coaches below.

  • Gerges Meuris
  • Andre Simonyi
  • Camile Cotin
  • Cesar Pancho
  • Stephane Moulin

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