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Established
1974 (44 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
Rolland Courbis

Stadium/Home
Stade de la Mosson
(32,900 Capacity)

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Location
Montpellier, France

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League
French Ligue 1

Last Edit
Ovokx: 03/Feb/18
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Upcoming Events
21 Oct 2018 Montpellier   -  Bordeaux Stade de la Mosson @ 1:00pm
27 Oct 2018 Toulouse   -  Montpellier Stadium Municipal @ 6:00pm
04 Nov 2018 Montpellier   -  Marseille Stade de la Mosson @ 8:00pm
10 Nov 2018 Angers   -  Montpellier Stade Jean Bouin @ 7:00pm
24 Nov 2018 Montpellier   -  Rennes Stade de la Mosson @ 7:00pm

Latest Results
06 Oct 2018 Guingamp  1 - 1  Montpellier Stade du Roudourou
30 Sep 2018 Montpellier  3 - 0  Nimes Stade de la Mosson
26 Sep 2018 Caen  2 - 2  Montpellier Stade Michel d'Ornano
22 Sep 2018 Montpellier  1 - 0  Nice Stade de la Mosson
15 Sep 2018 Montpellier  1 - 1  Strasbourg Stade de la Mosson

Description

Montpellier Hérault Sport Club (French pronunciation: ​; commonly referred to as Montpellier HSC or simply Montpellier) is a French association football club based in the city of Montpellier. The original club was founded in 1919, while the current incarnation was founded through a merger in 1974. Montpellier currently plays in Ligue 1, the top level of French football and plays its home matches at the Stade de la Mosson, located within the city. The first team is managed by former football player Rolland Courbis and captained by defender Hilton.

Montpellier was founded under the name Stade Olympique Montpelliérain (SO Montpellier) and played under the name for most of its existence. In 1989, after playing under various names, the club changed its name to its current form. Montpellier is one of the founding members of the first division of French football. Along with Marseille, Rennes, Sochaux, and Nice, Montpellier is one of only a few clubs to have played in the inaugural 1932–33 season and is still playing in the first division. The club won Ligue 1 for the first time in the 2011–12 season. Montpellier's other honours to date include winning the Coupe de France in 1929 and 1990, and the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1999.

Montpellier is owned by Louis Nicollin, a French entrepreneur, and has been since 1974. The club have produced several famous players in its history, most notably Laurent Blanc, who has served as manager of the France national team. Blanc is also the club's all-time leading goalscorer. Eric Cantona, Roger Milla, and Carlos Valderrama are other players who have played in Montpellier's colours. In 2001, Montpellier introduced a women's team.

Team Members

Djamel Bakar

Lucas Barrios

Kevin Berigaud

Souleymane Camara

Daniel Congre

Quentin Cornette

Bryan Dabo

Mathieu Deplagne

Karim Ait Fana

Dylan Gissi

Emanuel Herrera

Vitorino Hilton

Geoffrey Jourdren

Abdelhamid El Kao

Paul Lasne

Jonathan Ligali

Jonas Martin

Joris Marveaux

Anthony Mounier

Laurent Pionnier

Jeremie Porsan-Cl

Anthony Ribelin

Jamel Saihi

Nicolas Saint-Ruf

Morgan Sanson

Gianni Seraf

Ellyes Skhiri

Yacouba Sylla

Sébastien Wüthr

Stadium or Home

Stade de la Mosson (French pronunciation: ​) is a football stadium in Montpellier, France. It is the home of Montpellier HSC (Ligue 1) and has a capacity of 32,900. Formerly a 16,000-seater stadium, it was entirely rebuilt in 1998 to host 6 games of the 1998 FIFA World Cup. It was also used as a venue for group stage matches in the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

On Saturday 9 June 2012, the stadium will host rugby league for the first time. The Catalans Dragons will continue their policy of playing some home games away from the Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan by playing their Stobart Super League fixture against Wigan Warriors at the stadium. This will be the second time the fixture has been played in Montpellier with the previous year's game being held in the Stade Yves-du-Manoir.

The stadium also hosted a semi-final game in the 2012–13 Heineken Cup between Clermont and Munster on 27 April 2013.

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