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ASM Clermont Auvergne

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Established
1911 (111 years old)

Sport
Rugby

Stadium/Home
Stade Marcel-Michelin
(18,030 Capacity)

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Location
Clermont-Ferrand, France

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Competitions
French Top 14
European Rugby Champions Cup

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Upcoming Events
08 Oct 22 Stade Toulousain  -  ASM Clermont
15 Oct 22 USA Perpignan  -  ASM Clermont
22 Oct 22 ASM Clermont  -  Union Bordeaux
29 Oct 22 Castres Olympique  -  ASM Clermont
05 Nov 22 ASM Clermont  -  Aviron Bayonnais

Latest Results
01 Oct 22 ASM Clermont  43 - 20  Lyon OU
25 Sep 22 ASM Clermont  22 - 13  Stade Rochelais
18 Sep 22 RC Toulonnais  30 - 29  ASM Clermont
10 Sep 22 ASM Clermont  33 - 24  Section Paloise
03 Sep 22 Stade Français  24 - 18  ASM Clermont

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Association Sportive Montferrandaise Clermont Auvergne (pronounced: ) is a French rugby union club from Clermont-Ferrand in Auvergne that currently competes in Top 14, the top level of the French league system, ASMCA is the 2010 France Top 14 Champions. It is the rugby section of the multi-sport club AS Montferrandaise, which was founded in 1911 and adopted that name in 1922. Although the rugby section changed its name to the current ASM Clermont Auvergne in 2004, it is still frequently referred to as Montferrand both within and outside France.

The team plays at the Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin (capacity 18,030) and wears yellow and blue, which are the colours of the city of Montferrand, where Marcel Michelin, the founder's son of the famous French tyre manufacturer, decided to implement the first factory but also the stadium after the creation of ASM for its workers before World War I. L'ASM, as they are also called, are the traditional underdog, always cited among early favourites and praised for their style of play, but never winning when come spring. They have reached the French Championship final eleven times, losing on each occasion until their eleventh trip in 2010, when they finally won the championship. The perennial bridesmaids in their 100th year as a club broke through and conquered France, beating Perpignan in a rematch of the 2009 final.

Team Members
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Nick
Abendanon




Julien
Bardy




Jean-Pascal
Barraque




Yohan
Beheregaray




Giorgi
Beria




Peter
Betham




Sébastien
Bézy




Judicaël
Cancoriet




Raphaël
Chaume




Damien
Chouly




Jamie
Cudmore




Jonathan
Davies




Vincent
Debaty




Thomas
Domingo




Joel
Everson




Sipili
Falatea




Etienne
Falgoux
#1



Alexandre
Fischer




Wesley
Fofana




Etienne
Fourcade




Hosea
Gear




Camille
Gérondeau




Arthur
Iturria




Loïc
Jacquet




Brock
James




Paul
Jedrasiak




Rory
Jennings




Benjamin
Kayser




Viktor
Kolelishvili




Daniel
Kotze




Alexandre
Lapandry




Fritz
Lee




Camille
Lopez




Kotaro
Matsushima




Flip
van



George
Moala




Noa
Nakaitaci




Tim
Nanai-Williams




Apisai
Naqalevu




Cristian
Ojovan




Morgan
Parra




Adrien
Pélissié




Damian
Penaud




Adrien
Planté




Bastien
Pourailly




Ludovic
Radosavljevic




Alivereti
Raka




Peni
Ravai
#1

2020-2021

Aurélien
Rougerie




Rabah
Slimani




Scott
Spedding




Benson
Stanley



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Stadium or Home

The « Parc des Sports Marcel-Michelin » is a stadium located in Clermont-Ferrand and inaugurated in 1911. It belongs to the rugby union club ASM Clermont-Auvergne. It has the name of Marcel Michelin, manager of the Michelin tire group and founder of the Sportive Association Marcel Michelin. Then it has been renamed AS Montferrand, and ASM Clermont-Auvergne for the rugby department. Even if it’s the property of the ASM Clermont-Auvergne club, it was built on a plot rent as part of an emphyteutic lease (a type of very long term rent, it’s often 99 years) which belongs to Michelin tire firm.

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