FC Alle

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FC Alle
Nickname(s)Les Cras
Founded1931
Ground Centre Sportif Régional
Capacity5,000
ChairmanPhilippe Bailly
ManagerGiampiero Sacconi
League 2. Liga, Switzerland
2015–20169,in the 2. Liga

FC Alle is a football team from Kanton JURA Switzerland who currently play in the 2. Liga in Switzerland.

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