Works on the RN 124: the Monferran-Savès football club says goodbye to its stadium before the arrival of the bulldozers

Works on the RN 124: the Monferran-Savès football club says goodbye to its stadium before the arrival of the bulldozers
Works on the RN 124: the Monferran-Savès football club says goodbye to its stadium before the arrival of the bulldozers

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In a few weeks, the stadium will be razed to make way for the work on the RN 124. This weekend, during a football evening credited with two great victories for AS Monferran-Savès, the time was therefore emotion.

This Saturday felt like a special day. For good reason, it was time for the last official matches on the emblematic municipal field. The opportunity, also, to celebrate the double rise of the senior men’s teams. The flag team will play at the highest departmental level next season. The reserve team will follow suit in D2.

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Two additional victories came to credit this evening full of emotion, closing the 2023-2024 financial year. The reserve team won 6 goals to 1 against Saramon II, and the Une team 3 goals to 1 against Simorre. He will still have to play the final for the D2 championship title in mid-June against Auch III.

260 licensees

These excellent results added an extra dimension to this very special evening. The club said goodbye to its emblematic ground which will disappear in a few weeks under the rule of bulldozers due to the future passage of the 2×2 lanes, last section of the new RD 1124 (ex RN 124).

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A lot has happened since 1965 in Monferran-Savès, powerfully demonstrating the fervor of field football. With more than 260 licensees, today, the ASM, around its president Patrick Brux, its leaders, educators, players and the players’ association “Les Colverts”, has made history.

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