Sochaux are a French football club based in the city of Montbeliard and they wear yellow home shirts with blue trim. The club have won the Ligue 1 on two occasions in 1935 and 1938 including several cup titles. Although not a major force in French football Sochaux have had several big names play for the club including Pierre-Alain Frau, Philippe Anziani, Omar Daf, Fabrice Henry, Romain Pitau and Albert Rust.
FC Sochaux or Football Club Sochaux-Montbeliard to give them their full name were formed in 1928 as a works team for the Peugeot motor car factory, in 1929 they became France's first professional side. Sochaux play their home games in the 20,000 capacity Stade Auguste Bonal, Impasse de La Forge, in Montbeliard, France.
Ligue 2 outfit FC Sochaux have revealed both their home and away kits for next season [...]
Having launched their new home kit back in June this year, Ligue 2 club FC Sochaux have officially revealed their new away kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Lotto, the new away kit for the French side is white and features a similar kit template seen on the home shirt boasting a simple crew [...]
French Ligue 2 side have launched their new home kit for next season. Supplied by Lotto Sports, the new home shirt is inspired by traditional design and features a classic collar and sleeve cuffs [...]
French Ligue 1 side Football Club Sochaux-Montbéliard have presented their new Lotto third shirt for the next season [...]
The club have also had several managers in the past decade including Eric Hely, Mehmed Bazdarevic, Francis Gillot, Jean-Luc Ruty, Frederic Hantz, Alain Perrin and Dominique Bijotat.
Sochaux was founded by Jean-Pierre Peugeot, a prominent member of the Peugeot family, and is one of the founding members of the first division of French football. Along with Marseille, Montpellier, Rennes, and Nice, Sochaux is one of five clubs to have played in the inaugural 1932–33 season and still be playing in the first division today.