CA Paris-Charenton

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CA Paris-Charenton
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Full nameCercle Athlétique de Paris Charenton
Founded1896;126 years ago (1896)
GroundStade Henri Guérin
Stade Charentonneau
ChairmanOscar Goncalves

Cercle Athlétique de Paris Charenton is a French football club which plays in the cities of Charenton-le-Pont and Maisons-Alfort, Val-de-Marne. The team is a merge between CA Paris (founded in 1892) and SO Charentonnais (founded in 1904). The two merged in 1964.

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History

CA Paris was founded in 1892 as Nationale de Saint-Mandé, a gymnastic club. In 1896, the football section was founded and took the name of FC Paris. In 1906, the club changed its name to CA Paris in a merge with l'Union Sportive de Paris XII and l'Athlétic Club. The club won the Coupe de France in 1920 and was runner-up in 1928.

The CA Paris played the first two seasons of Ligue 1 in 1932–33 and 1933–34, finishing last with only ten points in 1934. The team remained in league from 1934 to 1963 (except World War II), when it dropped its professional status in 1963. The team merged with SO Charentonnais in 1964 and now plays at a regional level.

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Notable players

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CA Paris-Charenton, runner-up Coupe de France 1928
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French international players

Managerial history

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References

  1. "France – Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs" . Retrieved 26 April 2008.