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|Full name||Football Club Fleury 91|
|Ground||Stade Auguste Gentelet, Fleury-Mérogis|
|Chairman||Pascal Bovis |
|Manager||Nicolas Dupuis |
|League||National 2 Group B|
|2021–22||National 2 Group B, 2nd|
FC Fleury 91 is a French amateur association football club based in Fleury-Mérogis competing in the Championnat National 2.
In 2015 a petition was sent to mayor David Derroutet demanding adequate training space for the Under-19s and seniors. Consequently, the case was taken to court. 
Ahead of the 2015–16 season, the club changed its name from US Fleury-Mérogis to Football Club Fleury 91. 
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