US Coutras

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Coutras
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Full nameUnion Sportive de Coutras
Founded1936
Home groundPatinoire Milou Ducourtioux,
Coutras, France
(Capacity 1,000)
ChairmanClaude Ducourtioux
League Nationale 1

Union Sportive de Coutras is a Roller Hockey team from Coutras, Aquitaine, France.

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History

Coutras was founded in 1936 and won 16 French titles.

The main French Clubs Competition is called by Française Rink Hockey Nationale 1. It nowadays is disputed by 12 teams. The Champion in the last edition of Nationale 1 was La Vendéenne.

The women's team won ten times the national championship and finished as runner-up of the 2014–15 CERH Women's European Cup.

The 2014–15 CERH Women's European Cup was the 9th season of Europe's premier female club roller hockey competition organized by CERH.

Trophies

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