Toulouse FC are a French football club and they are most notably known for their purple and white striped shirts. The club have never won the top division of French football but they have won the Ligue 2 on two occasions. The club's most notable players include Fabien Barthez, Etienne Capoue, Andre-Pierre Gignac, Moussa Sissoko, Achille Emana, John Elmander and Laurent Batlles.
In 1977 Toulouse started to use it's predecessor name and took on new club colours of purple and white. The purple is a reference the fact that Toulouse is known as the City of Violets and the away jersey for the team is pink, which is because the Toulouse is also known as the Pink City. The club badge features the gold and blood-red Occitan cross as Toulouse is the historical capital of Occitania.
Joma unveil Toulouse' 2016/17 boldly coloured home and away shirts with the Ligue 1 season commencing this weekend. With classic and iconic club colours once again composing Toulouse' home and away shirts for 2016/17, kit suppliers Joma add some modern twists to their timeless looks with the home [...]
Ligue 1 side Toulouse have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
French outfit Toulouse FC have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for next season. Supplied by Italian brand Kappa, the new Toulouse home shirt features minimised violet and white stripes compared to last season's home shirt [...]
The was previously a Toulouse team, Toulouse FC who were formed in 1937, but this is a different club as that team sold its players & place in French football to Red Star Paris in 1967. The current team was founded as Union Sportive Toulouse on 25th May 25 1970, starting out in French Division 2, wearing red and white.
The club play at the 35,472 capacity Stadium Municipal in Toulouse which was built in 1937 and hosted World Cup matches in the 1998 Finals in France.