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Jaraaf

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Established
1969 (53 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Stade Demba Diop
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Dakar, Senegal

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Senegal Ligue 1
CAF Confederation Cup

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11 Jun 22 Jaraaf  2 - 0  CNEPS Excellence
06 Jun 22 Mbour Petite  0 - 2  Jaraaf
29 May 22 Jaraaf  0 - 0  Dakar Sacré
21 May 22 Guédiawaye FC  1 - 1  Jaraaf
14 May 22 Jaraaf  0 - 0  Teungueth

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Association Sportive et Culturelle Diaraf is a Senegalese football club based in Dakar. They play in the top division in Senegalese football. Their home stadium is Stade de Diaraf. The club name is sometimes spelt ASC Jaraaf. The word Diaraf (French spelling in Senegal) or Jaraaf (Serer and English spelling in the Gambia) comes from the Serer language - Jaraaf, variation :Jaraff. The Jaraffs were the head of the Serer noble council of electors responsible for electing the Serer kings in pre-colonial times. Diaraf is the most popular club in the country. Diaraf also has the most number of major honours won in Senegal numbering 28.

Its current manager is Abdoulaye Sarr in the 2014/15 season.

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Stade Demba Diop is a multi-use stadium in greater Dakar, Senegal. It is situated on Boulevard Président Habib Bourguiba in Sicap-Liberté, an urban arrondissement of Dakar. Several football clubs use this stadium for their home games.

Built in 1963, the stadium was later named after Demba Diop, former mayor of M'bour and Minister of Youth and Sport under President Léopold Sédar Senghor. Diop was assassinated on 3 February 1967. In 2017, eight people died after a wall at the Stade Demba Diop collapsed during a match between Stade de Mbour and US Ouakam.

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