Tour know the stadium Rennais

After years of decline in the national and international sport, football club stadium in Rennes from the ashes today. This represents an opportunity for fans to improve the image of their favorite team. But first, he must already know a little more about this winning team doubling the Coupe de France. Overview of the main information on Stade Rennes Football Club.

The creation and history

More known as Stade Rennais FC or Stade Rennais, the SRFC is a French club that has held since 1901, the year of its official creation. Founded as an association sports, the club merged with the Football Club Rennes in 1904 after starting his official season two years earlier. A few years later, the Rennes University Stadium Club focuses on a new which will then moving its main housing. This is the current Roazhon Park, on the banks of the Vilaine.

The awards and distinctions

After a decade of pseudo-dead time of its establishment, the SRFC gradually reaches the professionalism and crosses the playoff championship of France. Despite the presence of Walter Kaiser (top scorer in Division 1 at the time), the team could not win against the other regional representatives. But the arrival of coach Jean Prouff in 1960 comes as a boost for the club Rennes. Indeed, upon his arrival at the head of the squad, the coach has managed to achieve an outstanding performance by getting the title of best attack in Division 1. In this same vein, the team won the Coupe de France in 1965, after beating Sedan-Torcy by a score of 3 to 1. Six years later, the SRFC returned to the confronting Olympic Lyonnais in the final of the Coupe de France and conquers by a small margin of 1 to 0.

Infrastructure

After many renovations, the stage of the road to Lorient is selected by the club. Again, several forums have been rebuilt and inaugurated in 2004. After a referendum, the area was renamed Roazhon Park by the city of Rennes who rents the club. In practice, this stage can accommodate up to 29,778 people seated, although the theoretical version refers to 31,127 seats.

Visual identity

The colors symbolizing Stade Rennes Football Club are black, red and gold, colors which have also inspired the Eski┼čehirspor Turkish team. Side shields, the club opted for a label to two white ermine enclosing a ball on a black and red background.