Thouars Foot 79

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Thouars Foot 79
Club founded in 1929
Professional statusNever
ColoursRed and black
StadiumStade du Grand Bournais
(3 500 seats)
Address2 Route de Launay
79100 Thouars

Thouars Foot 79 is a French football club, based in Thouars and currently playing in the Championnat de France Amateurs 2.

Contents

Their reserves play in the PH 2nd division in the district.

Honours

Coaches

2008/09 squad


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