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Clermont Foot vs Lens (01 Dec)

Head Coach

Franck Haise

League Position
5

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Established
1906 (115 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade Félix Bollaert
(41,229 Capacity)

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Location
Lens

Nicknames

Competitions
French Ligue 1
Coupe de France

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Upcoming Events
01 Dec 21 Clermont Foot  -  Lens
04 Dec 21 Lens  -  Paris SG
10 Dec 21 Nantes  -  Lens
22 Dec 21 Nice  -  Lens
09 Jan 22 Lens  -  Rennes

Latest Results
26 Nov 21 Lens  2 - 2  Angers
21 Nov 21 Brest  4 - 0  Lens
05 Nov 21 Lens  4 - 0  Troyes
30 Oct 21 Lyon  2 - 1  Lens
24 Oct 21 Lens  4 - 1  Metz

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Racing Club de Lens (commonly referred to as RC Lens or simply Lens), is a French football club based in the northern city of Lens in the Pas-de-Calais department. Its nickname, sang et or (blood and gold), comes from its traditional colours of red and gold. Their primary rivals are their northern neighbours Lille, with whom they contest the Derby du Nord.

Team Members
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Ansou
Sow




Massadio
Haidara




Seko
Fofana




Issiaga
Sylla




Ignatius
Ganago




Didier
Desprez




Jean-Louis
Leca




Wuilker
Fariñez



Zakaria
Diallo




Jonathan
Clauss




Clément
Jerome



Facundo
Axel



Cheick
Omar



Jonathan
Gradit




Aleksandar
Radovanović




Yannick
Cahuzac




Charles
Boli




Tony
Mauricio




David
Pereira



Adam
Oudjani




Florian
Sotoca




Simon
Bokoté



Corentin
Jean




Arnaud
Kalimuendo



Ismaël
Boura




Cheick
Oumar



Cyrille
Barros



Steven
Fortès




Christopher
Wooh




Deiver
Machado




Gaël
Kakuta
#10



Przemysław
Frankowski
#11


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Stadium or Home

The Stade Bollaert-Delelis is the main football stadium in Lens, France, that was built in 1933. It is the home of RC Lens. The stadium's capacity is 38,058 – about 7,000 more than the city's population. The stadium was originally named after Félix Bollaert, a director of Compagnie des Mines de Lens, who was anxious to promote the development of sports clubs in the city. Construction began in 1931, though Bollaert died shortly before the stadium's inauguration. It was renamed Stade Bollaert-Delelis in 2012 after the death of André Delelis, former mayor of the city and politician who served as the Minister of Commerce under President François Mitterrand.

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