20:45 : Petits frères des Bleus, d'Aurélien Delfosse. Suivi d'une soirée spéciale. Avec : Messaoud Benterki, Aurélien Delfosse, Ludovic

During the 2014–15 Ligue 1 season, they enjoyed a run of nine matches without defeat before losing to Marseille on 28 November.[3]

La Joneliere is a sport complex located in La Chapelle-sur-Erdre, on the river Loire, the training center of Nantes. The artificial turf and grass football fields of the facility currently host training sessions for the professional team and the FCN Youth academy.[citation needed]

François Ciccolini, l'entraîneur de Bastia, était déçu du manque d'efficacité de ses joueurs après la défaite à Nantes (0-1).

* This history does not include the "war" seasons (1939/1940 to 1944/1945).

CareerNîmes Olympique (1973-80 et 88-91), Girondins de Bordeaux (1980-88)

Il déboule après la rencontre face à Nantes (2-1), dans les travées du Vélodrome, détendu et ravi. Basile Boli n'est pas encore l'ambassadeur officiel de l'«OM Champions Project» du prochain propriétaire, mais il en est déjà le VRP.

Honours as ManagerChampion de Ligue 1 (2012) Finaliste Coupe de la Ligue (2011) Meilleur entraîneur de Ligue 1 (2012 et 2014)

On 1 June 1963, the club won its place in the first division against Sochaux. Marcel Saupin died on 10 June and would never see the club he created amongst the elite. Nantes went on to win the 1964–65 and 1965–66 league titles with a well polished game, partly thanks to José Arribas, a fan of a more offensive game strategy who was making his first contributions to that which would become known as the jeu à la nantaise.

Vainqueur 1-0 de Bastia avec Nantes, René Girard a reconnu que son équipe avait eu de la réussite et avait bénéficié du soutien de ses supporters.

L'entraîneur de Nantes était en colère après la remarque d'un journaliste dimanche soir au Vélodrome.

Before the start of the 2005–06 season, Serge Dassault's team asked executives Robert Budzynski and Kléber Bobin as well as the players Mickaël Landreau and Frédéric Da Rocha to leave. At the same time, Vahid Halilhodžić was approached to become manager, even though Serge Le Dizet had only been in place for six months. Jean-Luc Gripond was also finally replaced by Rudi Roussillon on 28 June 2005 following an Extraordinary meeting of the Dassault group.[citation needed]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Managerial careerNîmes Olympique (1992), FC Pau (1996-97), RC Strasbourg (1998), France A (adjoint : 1998-02), France -19 ans (2002-03), France -16 ans (2003-04), France Espoirs (2004-08), Montpellier HSC (2009-13), LOSC Lille (13-15), FC Nantes (depuis mai 2016)

In the 2003–04 season, Nantes was defeated by Sochaux after a penalty shoot-out, thus depriving the team of the League Cup, and a spot in the UEFA Cup.[citation needed]

Olympique Lyonnais and AS Saint-Étienne renew one of the most hostile rivalries in French football when they meet for the first time at the Parc OL in Sunday's Rhône derby. Ligue1.com's Ian Holyman looks at the passion behind the clash.

Saint-Etienne striker Robert Beric - injured and out of commission for Slovenia's two World Cup qualifiers - has admitted that he probably shouldn't have played in his side's 2-0 Rhône derby loss to Olympique Lyonnais.

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Jean-Louis Triaud talks wine production, club culture and the side's prospects under new coach Jocelyn Gourvennec - as well as new faces like Jérémy Toulalan and Jérémy Ménez - with the Ligue 1 Show's Matt Spiro.

Victime d'un cambriolage à la Beaujoire, le FC Nantes a annoncé ce dimanche avoir porté plainte, sans plus de précisions.

Aujourd'hui libre, Rolland Courbis a démenti être en contact avec le FC Nantes.

«Téléphone à ta grand-mère, elle te le dira !», a notamment lâché l'entraîneur de Nantes, à un journaliste qui le questionnait sur sa possible succession, au cours de sa conférence de presse surréaliste de ce jeudi. Morceaux choisis.

Mario Balotelli's brilliant winner ensured OGC Nice top the table going into the international break, but AS Monaco are right behind them after recording their record away win. Meanwhile, Olympique Lyonnais claimed the derby honours.

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Pour le déplacement à Nantes, Bastia sera privé de nombreux éléments.

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Valentin Rongier s'est fracturé le nez et ne jouera pas avec Nantes à Bastia.

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Les résultats, mais pas seulement, ont fragilisé au quart du Championnat la position de plusieurs entraîneurs (Girard, Ripoll, Hantz, Antonetti). Pourraient-ils être en danger durant la trêve internationale ? Éléments de réponses.

Honours as PlayerChampion de Ligue 1 (1984, 1985 et 1987) Coupe de France (1986 et 1987)

Nantes' home ground since 1984 has been the Stade de la Beaujoire-Louis Fontenau, which has a capacity of 38,004.[4] It held six matches at the 1998 FIFA World Cup and was also a venue at the 2007 IRB Rugby World Cup. FC Nantes played its first match in La Beaujoire the 17st May 1984 vs Toulon (3-1) in front of 15 116 spectators. The capacity of the stadium at that time is 52 923 standing and seating seats.[citation needed]

In July 1991, the club re-instated Jean-Claude Suaudeau, and in July 1992, after spending a fortnight in the second division due to an administrative decision by the DNCG (French Football's financial regulator), FC Nantes was renamed FC Nantes Atlantique, and was able to take its place in the first division back.

Below are the notable former players who have represented Nantes in league and international competition since the club's foundation in 1943. To appear in the section below, a player must have played in at least 100 official matches for the club.[citation needed]

La signature de Charles N'Zogbia à Nantes a pris du retard en raison d'un problème cardiaque décelé à la visite médicale.

The best goals, the best saves and the funniest moments from an action-packed Week 8 - check out our Best of Week 8 round-up.

Olympique Lyonnais coach Bruno Genesio hailed his team's derby victory while Lucien Favre ordered his league leaders OGC Nice to keep going "match by match" after their dramatic win over FC Lorient. Reactions...

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Javier Pastore will be rested for the next two weeks, club and player looking to avoid a recurrence of his calf injuries ahead of the Classique at home to Marseille in Week 10.

In 1992, the jeu à la nantaise made its comeback. The club subsequently made the finals of the French Championship in 1992–93; semi-finals of the French Cup in 1993–94; won the 1994–95 Championship and was Semi finalist in the Champion's league of 1995–96. This period saw the development of a host of players such as Japhet N'Doram, Patrice Loko, Reynald Pedros, Nicolas Ouédec, Claude Makélélé and Christian Karembeu.[citation needed]