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Established
1910 (112 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade François Coty
(10,500 Capacity)

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Location
Ajaccio

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League
French Ligue 1

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Upcoming Events
07 Aug 22 Lyon   -  Ajaccio
14 Aug 22 Ajaccio   -  Lens
21 Aug 22 Rennes   -  Ajaccio
28 Aug 22 Ajaccio   -  Lille
31 Aug 22 Montpellier   -  Ajaccio

Latest Results
14 May 22 Ajaccio  1 - 0  Toulouse
07 May 22 Grenoble  1 - 1  Ajaccio
30 Apr 22 Ajaccio  2 - 1  Le Havre
22 Apr 22 Valenciennes  0 - 0  Ajaccio
19 Apr 22 Ajaccio  2 - 1  USL Dunkerque

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Athletic Club Ajaccio (Corsican: Athletic Club Aiacciu), commonly referred to as AC Ajaccio, ACA or simply Ajaccio, is a French association football club based in the city of Ajaccio on the island of Corsica. The club was founded in 1910 and plays in Ligue 1. The club president is Christian Leca, and the first-team is coached by manager Olivier Pantaloni, following the sacking of Christian Bracconi in October 2014. Ajaccio play their home matches at the Stade François Coty and are rivals with fellow Corsican club Bastia, with whom they contest the Corsica derby (Derby Corse).

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Cedric
Hountondji



Bernard
Diomède



Pape
Abou #6


Yoane
Wissa
#11


Matteo
Tramoni
#17

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Stadium or Home

Stade François Coty is a football stadium in the Corsican city of Ajaccio, France, and the home of AC Ajaccio. Its capacity is 10,660.

The stadium was inaugurated on 1 December 1969 under the name Parc des Sports de l'ACA. A crowd of 14,421 was in attendance to see AC Ajaccio defeat SC Bastia in the Corsican derby. Known informally as Timizzolu, the stadium was renovated in 2002 and renamed after François Coty, a businessman and far-right politician from Ajaccio. Since 2007, the stadium has undergone substantial improvements to enable it to host Ligue 1 matches.

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