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Lorient

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Lorient vs Lyon (14 Aug)

Head Coach

Christophe Pélissier

League Position
8

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Established
1926 (96 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade du Moustoir
(18,500 Capacity)

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Lorient

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French Ligue 1
Coupe de France

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Upcoming Events
14 Aug 22 Lorient  -  Lyon
21 Aug 22 Toulouse  -  Lorient
28 Aug 22 Lorient  -  Clermont Foot
31 Aug 22 Lens  -  Lorient
04 Sep 22 Ajaccio  -  Lorient

Latest Results
07 Aug 22 Rennes  0 - 1  Lorient
30 Jul 22 Lorient  1 - 1  Ajaccio
27 Jul 22 Lorient  2 - 1  Chateauroux
23 Jul 22 Nantes  2 - 0  Lorient
16 Jul 22 Brest  1 - 0  Lorient

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Football Club Lorient-Bretagne Sud (commonly referred to FC Lorient or simply Lorient) is a French association football club based in Lorient, Brittany. The club was founded in 1926 and will play in Ligue 1 in the 2020–21 season after promotion from Ligue 2 in the 2019–20 season. Lorient plays its home matches at the stade Yves Allainmat, named after the former mayor of Lorient. The stadium is surnamed Stade du Moustoir because of its location within the city. The team is managed by Christophe Pélissier.

Lorient had a relatively bleak history nationally prior to 1998 when the club made its first appearance in Ligue 1 in the 1998–99 season. Prior to that, Lorient spent the majority of its life as an amateur club. Lorient's achieved its biggest honour in 2002 when the club won the Coupe de France defeating Bastia 1–0 in the final. Lorient has never won Ligue 1, but has won the Championnat National earning this honour in 1995. Regionally, the club has won five Brittany Division d'Honneur titles and six Coupe de Bretagne.

Lorient has most notably served as a springboard club for several present-day internationals such as Laurent Koscielny, André-Pierre Gignac, Michaël Ciani, Kevin Gameiro, Karim Ziani, Bakari Koné, Matteo Guendouzi, and Seydou Keita. French international Yoann Gourcuff, the son of Christian Gourcuff, began his career at the club before moving to Derby Breton rivals Rennes.

Team Members
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Laurent
Abergel




Igor
Almeida




Teddy
Bartouche-Selbonne




Quentin
Boisgard




Umut
Dilan



Thomas
Callens




Jonathan
Delaplace




Stéphane
Imad



Matthieu
Dreyer




Enzo
Le



Vincent
Le



Adrian
Grbić
#27



Jérôme
Hergault




Ibrahima
Koné




Julien
Laporte




Armand
Laurienté




Fabien
Lemoine




Terem
Igobor



Thomas
Monconduit
#23



Thomas
Monconduit




Jérémy
Morel




Yvon
Mvogo




Paul
Nardi




Dango
Ouattara




Léo
Pétrot
#19



Matthieu
Serge



Sambou
Soumano




Montassar
Talbi




Franklin
Wadja



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Stadium or Home

Stade du Moustoir is a multi-use stadium in Lorient, France. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FC Lorient. The stadium can hold up to 16,392 with the new south tribune.

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Coupe de France
2001-2002


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