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Founded in 1919, Angers SCO has two Ligue 2 BKT titles to its honours, achieved in 1969 and 1976, and has twice appeared in the final of the French Cup, against Toulouse in 1957, and more recently in 2017, facing a Paris Saint-Germain side featuring Neymar Jr and Ángel Di María.
Angers’ local rivals are Nantes, being the two clubs currently competing in the Ligue 1 Uber Eats located in the Pays de la Loire region. Promoted to the second division together in 1945, they vied for regional dominance for decades decade, before Les Canaris moved up to the league of French football.
After 10 years at the head of the first team, coach Stephane Moulin, will leave his functions at the end of the season 2020-21. A page is turned for the one who allowed the Angevin club to return to the elite, after 21 years of absence.
Raymond Kopa is the emblematic figure of the Angers SCO. Crowned Golden Ball in 1958, he wore the colours of Angers for two seasons between 1949 and 1951.
On October 2nd, 2020, on Ligue 1 Uber Eats matchday 6, the Parisians won 6 - 1 against Angers at Parc. After Florenzi's exceptional opening score, Neymar twice, then Draxler, Gueye and Mbappé found the way to the net. On January 16th, 2021, the Red and Blue have been victorious 1 - 0 against Angers at Raymond Kopa Stadium, on matchday 20. The unique scorer was Layvin Kurzawa.
Angers SCO was facing Paris Saint-Germain on April 21th, 2021, at Parc des Princes, as part of French Cup quarter-finals. The Red and Blue went victorious 5 - 0 with a hat-trick from Mauro Icardi.
Parisians Sarabia and Gueye scored their first goals of the season in 2019-20 against Angers.
Raymond-Kopa Stadium was opened in 1912 under its initial name of Stade Bessonneau. Following its renovation in 1957, the stadium was renamed in honour of Jean Bouin, the renowned French athlete who died in action during World War I. On March 6th, 2017, a few days after the death of Raymond Kopa in Angers, the town’s mayor proposed bestowing the name of the former star on the arena, a suggestion that was met with unanimous approval. The stadium’s current capacity is 14,277
Located in the southern Saint-Leonard district, Stade Raymond-Kopa is accessible by foot and public transport from the centre of Angers.