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Established
1905 (117 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade Armand Cesari
(16,000 Capacity)

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Location
Furiani, France

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French Ligue 2
Coupe de France

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Upcoming Events
30 Jul 22 Bastia  -  Laval
06 Aug 22 Niort  -  Bastia
13 Aug 22 Bastia  -  Grenoble
20 Aug 22 Amiens  -  Bastia
27 Aug 22 Bastia  -  Rodez AF

Latest Results
14 May 22 Nimes  0 - 2  Bastia
07 May 22 Bastia  0 - 1  Rodez AF
30 Apr 22 Sochaux  2 - 1  Bastia
22 Apr 22 Bastia  2 - 1  Paris FC
19 Apr 22 Niort  1 - 1  Bastia

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Sporting Club Bastiais (Corsican: Sporting Club di Bastia, commonly referred to as SC Bastia or simply Bastia) is a French association football club based in Bastia on the island of Corsica. The club plays in Championnat National, the third tier of French football, after being demoted four levels from Ligue 1 in 2017 due to financial difficulties after playing in the first tier for five seasons. The club plays its home matches at the Stade Armand Cesari located within the city. Bastia is managed by Mathieu Chabert and captained by defender Gilles Cioni.

Bastia's main historical success include reaching the final of the 1977–78 edition of the UEFA Cup. The team was defeated by Dutch club PSV Eindhoven (0–0 at home, 0–3 away). Domestically, Bastia won the second division of French football in 1968 and 2012, and the Coupe de France in 1981. During the club's infancy, it was league champions of the "Corsican League" 17 times. They are the local rivals of Ajaccio and contest the Corsica derby.

The club has produced several famous players in its history, Dragan Džajić, Claude Papi, Johnny Rep, Roger Milla, Michael Essien, Alex Song, Sébastien Squillaci, Jerome Rothen, Antar Yahia and Florian Thauvin are among players who have played in Bastia's colours. In 2017 the club was relegated to the third tier of Championnat National due to financial irregularities and lost its professional licence; therefore the official name was changed from Sporting Club de Bastia to Sporting Club Bastiais.

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Brandao





Apodi




Romain
Achilli




Florent
Andre




El
Hadji



Joseph
Barbato




Yannick
Cahuzac




Gilles
Cioni




Gary
Coulibaly




Gael
Danic




Drissa
Diakite




Guillaume
Gillet




Abdoulaye
Keita




Famoussa
Kone




Jean-Louis
Leca




Christopher
Maboulou




Florian
Marange




Francois
Modesto




Kenny
Nagera
#29



Hervin
Ongenda




Julian
Palmieri




Juan
Pino




Sebastien
Squillaci




Thomas
Vincensini




Christophe
Vincent



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Stadium or Home

Stade Armand-Cesari, also known as the Stade de Furiani, is a multi-purpose stadium in Bastia, France. It is currently used mostly for football matches of SC Bastia. The stadium is able to hold 16,000 people and opened in 1932.

It was the venue for the first leg of the 1978 UEFA Cup Final, which saw a 0-0 tie between SC Bastia and the Dutch-side PSV Eindhoven. Eventually, PSV won the Final with a 3-0 victory on their home ground Philips Stadion.

The record attendance at the stadium was set on 1 September 2012, when 15,505 people saw Bastia lose against by St. Etienne (0-3) in league matches. This broke the record set on 26 April 1978, when 15,000 people saw Bastia draw 0-0 against PSV Eindhoven in the first leg of the 1978 UEFA Cup Final.

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