Bastia's matches at Stade de France
About the Bastia football team
SC Bastia, or SCB, is the abbreviation of its full name Sporting Club de Bastia. The history of this French football club began in 1905. It was founded by the Swiss writer and assistant professor, Hans Ruesch.
SCB, also known by its nicknames of I Lioni di Furiani, Le Sporting or I Turchini, obtained its professional status in 1965. Known for its blue and white colours, le Sporting is also represented by a logo consisting of the name of the club SC Bastia, the coat of arms with the head of a Moor, a stylized tower and the year 1905, the year of the club's foundation. The current coach of SC Bastia is François Ciccolini, also a former footballer. SCB has been chaired by Pierre-Marie Geronimi since 2010, and plays at Stade Armand-Cesari.
Nationally, SCB won the French Cup in 1981. The team was also crowned national football champion of France in 2011 and was twice champion of France Ligue 2 in 1968 and 2012. Internationally, the club also won the Intertoto Cup in 1997. Many emblematic players like Claude Papi, Charles Orlanducci, Pierre-Yves André and François Félix have already made their name at SC Bastia. For the 2015-2016 season, Ciccolini's men will be playing in Ligue 1. During a forthcoming BASTIA match at Stade de France, professional football lovers will be able to admire the team's current captain, Yannick Cahuzac.
Bastia's previous matches at Stade de France
April 2015SC Bastia/Paris Saint Germain
On April 11 2015, SC Bastia and Paris Saint Germain played in the final of the League Cup. For the 2014-2015 season, the Parisians won the cup. At Stade de France, the two teams were separated by a score of 0-4.
May 2002Lorient/SC Bastia
The final of the 85th French Cup took place on May 11 2002. The final saw SC Bastia take on FC Lorient. During this BASTIA Match at Stade de France, FC Lorient won with a final score of 0-1.