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Established
2003 (17 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Parc des Sports
(15,700 Capacity)

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Location
Annecy, France

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Évian Thonon Gaillard Football Club (French pronunciation: ​; commonly referred to as Evian TG or simply Evian) is a French association football club originally based in Gaillard near the Swiss border and the city of Geneva. In 2007, the club moved to Thonon-les-Bains. Evian was founded on 1 July 2007 as a result of a merger and currently play in Ligue 1, the first division of French football after earning promotion from Ligue 2 in the 2010–11 season. The team is managed by Pascal Dupraz and captained by midfielder Olivier Sorlin.

Evian was founded under the name Football Croix-de-Savoie 74 and have since gone under two other different mergers. The original incarnation of the club was known as FC Gaillard and existed from 1924–2003. Gaillard achieved minimal honours in its life only winning the Division d'Honneur of the Rhône-Alpes region in 1999. Evian have proved more successful ascending to the professional divisions after just three seasons. The club won the Championnat de France amateur in 2008, the Championnat National in 2010, and finally the Ligue 2 in 2011.

Evian formerly played its home matches at the Stade Joseph-Moynat in the club's hometown, but moved to the Parc des Sports in nearby Annecy for the 2010–11 season as the Joseph-Moynat did not meet the Ligue de Football Professionnel's standards. The Parc des Sports will serve as a temporary stadium for the club, while the club contemplates building a new facility or renovating the Stade Joseph-Moynat. Prior to moving to its current facility, Evian sought to play at the Stade de Genève in nearby Geneva.

Until the 2013–14 season, the club's main sponsor was Groupe Danone, owner of the Evian brand of mineral water. Danone's CEO Franck Riboud was honorary president of the club.

Team Members
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Zakariya
Abarouai




Kassim
Abdallah




Aldo
Angoula




Najib
Baouia




Cedric
Barbosa




Nickie
Bille




Nicolas
Blandi




Jordan
Boy




Cedric
Cambon




Fabien
Camus




Mathieu
Duhamel




Johann
Durand




Alioune
Fall




Gael
Givet




Jesper
Hansen




Emmanuel
Imorou




Djakaridja
Kone




Jesper
Juelsgard



Benjamin
Leroy




Cedric
Mongongu




Milos
Ninkovic




Dany
Nounkeu




Clarck
Nsikulu




David
Ramirez




Youssouf
Sabaly




Olivier
Sorlin




Gilles
Sunu




Yeltsin
Tejeda




Adrien
Thomasson



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Stadium or Home

Evian formerly played its home matches at the Stade Joseph-Moynat in the club's hometown, but moved to the Parc des Sports in nearby Annecy for the 2010–11 season as the Joseph-Moynat did not meet the Ligue de Football Professionnel's standards. The Parc des Sports will serve as a temporary stadium for the club, while the club contemplates building a new facility or renovating the Stade Joseph-Moynat. Prior to moving to its current facility, Evian sought to play at the Stade de Genève in nearby Geneva.

The club is owned by Groupe Danone, owner of the Evian brand of mineral water. Danone's CEO Franck Riboud is honorary president of the club.

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