Football clubs in Toulouse, France

There are 1 football club in Toulouse and near we know about by now.

Football clubs in Toulouse and near

Ligue 2

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Last 10 games in Toulouse

League#Date (GMT+0)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
Ligue 13727 May 19:00, SatToulouse1 - 1AJ Auxerre
Ligue 13514 May 14:30, SunToulouse0 - 0Nantes
Ligue 1332 May 19:00, TueToulouse0 - 1RC Lens
Ligue 13114 Apr 19:00, FriToulouse1 - 2Lyon
Ligue 12818 Mar 16:00, SatToulouse0 - 2Lille
Ligue 1265 Mar 14:00, SunToulouse0 - 1Clermont Foot
Ligue 12419 Feb 19:45, SunToulouse2 - 3Marseille
Ligue 12312 Feb 12:00, SunToulouse3 - 1Rennes
Ligue 1211 Feb 18:00, WedToulouse4 - 1Troyes AC
Ligue 11915 Jan 14:00, SunToulouse1 - 1Stade Brestois 29

About Toulouse

Toulouse is a city located in the Occitanie region of southwestern France. It is the fourth-largest city in the country, with a population of around 500,000 people.

Football is a popular sport in Toulouse, and the city is home to Toulouse Football Club, a professional football club that was founded in 1937. The team currently plays in Ligue 2, the second tier of French football, and their home matches are held at the Stadium Municipal, which has a capacity of around 33,000 spectators.

Apart from football, Toulouse is known for its historical and cultural attractions. The city's old town, the Capitole district, is a popular destination for tourists, with its distinctive pink brick buildings, narrow streets, and numerous cafés and restaurants. Other notable attractions include the Basilique Saint-Sernin, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the largest Romanesque churches in Europe, and the Musée des Augustins, a museum of fine arts housed in a former Augustinian monastery.

Toulouse is also a center for aviation and space technology, with several major aerospace companies headquartered in the city, including Airbus and Thales Alenia Space. The city is home to several research institutions and universities, including the Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier, which is known for its research in science and engineering.

Finally, Toulouse is known for its cuisine, with a range of traditional dishes and local specialties, including cassoulet (a stew of white beans and various meats), confit de canard (preserved duck), and saucisse de Toulouse (a type of sausage made with pork). The city also hosts several annual festivals, including the Rio Loco music festival and the Toulouse International Art Festival.

Data sources

Ligue 2: Official Website of the Ligue 2, Wikipedia



2RC Lens3884
19Troyes AC3824