Club life in Haute-Marne

Club life in Haute-Marne
Club life in Haute-Marne

CS Bragard

In Haute-Marne, the flag team, which narrowly lost to Valcourt on Sunday May 12, left regrets, because the opponent was within its reach. Next Sunday, this team will be rested, as it has two matches remaining to conclude the season, with the reception of Villers-en-Lieu and Montier-en-Der.

The U13s, exempt last weekend, will host Espérance de Saint-Dizier on Saturday at the Ballastière facilities, at 3 p.m. The U11s will be at home, Saturday morning, at 10:30 a.m., with the reception of Montier-en-Der and two teams from Ornel. The U9s will travel with two teams to Montier-en-Der, with the presence of Montier-en-Der and Ornel

The U7s will go to Eclaron, with the participation of Eurville, Chevillon, Montier, Ecole Nord 52, and a kick-off scheduled for 10:30 a.m.

US Condes

The end of the season is fast approaching. The US Condes organizes its general assembly, Saturday 1er June, at 5:30 p.m., at the Stade des Noisettes. All people (players and managers) interested in joining the club next season are invited to this general meeting. They can also contact the president at For information, the club is organizing a sixte tournament, in Condes, on June 23.

FC Dampierre

Saturday May 11, at the Jeannick-Lainé stadium, the young U6/U7s from Esnouveaux, Sporting Nogent, Entente Neuilly/Dampierre and Sud Haut-Marnais gathered for a set in a good atmosphere.

Note that from next season, Dampierre will join the Val Moiron group to offer recreational football, but especially youth football for categories up to U18.

The club continues its recruitment of players and managers wishing to invest in children (contact by email at: [email protected] or by telephone at

US Eclaron

US Eclaron hosts Bar-le-Duc on Sunday May 19 (kick-off at 3 p.m.). This is a late game. The latter is important for the men of Sidibé. Indeed, after the victory obtained against Saint-Julien, the Eclaronnais occupy first place in the ranking. In the event of a victory, the latter would have a four-point lead over second place, Center Ornain. Thus, for the next meetings, a victory would bring the Eclaronnais closer to the title in R2 and accession to R1. Third in the ranking, Bar-le-Duc promises to be a difficult opponent. Indeed, in the first leg, the Meusiens won (2-0). This Sunday, Lakssassi’s motivated partners will play to achieve a positive result.

The U18s welcome the Bassigny team at 3 p.m. The U9/U11s travel on Saturday to participate in the Saint-Quentin tournament. Saturday, in Eclaron, a field for U7s and an U11 team is organized at 10:30 a.m.

AS Lasarjonc

The two senior teams had the same result (2-2) last weekend: team “1” at home against Dampierre and “2” in Condes. Next weekend, it will be a rest for the first, when the second receives Rouvroy, Sunday, at 3 p.m., at the Michel-Blanchot stadium, for a match to be replayed. Victory is essential to hope to move up to D3.

Among young people, the results were satisfactory. Saturday May 18, the U6/U7 will go to Esnouveaux, the U8/U9 will be to Jonchery and the U10/U11 to Chaumont. All teams will be at the Bologna tournament, Monday May 20.

All new adult players interested in playing next season at the club can come to training on Friday at 6:30 p.m. The club is organizing a “youth” tournament, from U6 to U10, next Saturday June 29 (for further information, contact

FC Saint-Gilles

Only one meeting was on the program for this Sunday, May 12 for the FC Saint-Gilles club but what a meeting! On behalf of the Crédit Agricole eleven-a-side women’s cup, the protégés of Romain Battistel and Mathieu Renaut welcomed the Val de Pesmes team which is playing at a higher level (D1). Saint-Gilles won their ticket to the final, logically winning (2-1), thanks to two goals from Anaïs Viard and Pauline Blanchard, always so realistic in front of the opposing goal. In front of many supporters who came to encourage their favorites, the Langreses were not impressed by the superior level of their opponents of the day. The score could even have been more significant in their favor. The final will take place on Saturday 1er June, in Saône (Doubs). They will be opposed to AS Levier who won (6-1) in Luronnes, in the other semi-final.

For this Sunday, May 19, only one meeting is on the program: the eleven-a-side girls welcome, at 10 a.m., at the Franchises stadium, their counterparts from FC Bart. A meeting logically within the reach of the Langres players, but which they must, despite everything, approach without excess confidence.

Val Moiron

The U7s continue their progress and will be at the Marcel-Bernard stadium in Esnouveaux, this Saturday morning, May 18, to welcome a field of nine teams in total. It’s up to them to prove, in front of parents, the quality of play they produce. The U9s are also progressing and will make a short trip to Mandres. The desire to play and do well will be essential during these many matches. The U11 “1” will travel to the ASPTT, where you will have to be serious in order to prepare well for the final of the consoling Haute-Marne Cup the following week. The U11 “2”, who play with the maximum of their means, will host, at the Pierre-Bresson stadium, a new four-team criterium, where all the parents and supporters are expected in force to push them towards victories.

The U15 “1”, after a small correction against West 52, will want to redeem themselves by moving to CFC “2” and show their value. The U15 “2”, who also experienced defeat against ASPTT/Bologne, will also want to enjoy a positive result by welcoming Bassigny football, at the Marcel-Bernard d’Esnouveaux stadium, on Saturday afternoon. The U18s will still be resting, the fault of the numerous general withdrawals in their group.



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