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A.S. Pirae

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Full name  AS Pirae
Ground Capacity  15,000
2014–15  2nd
League  Tahiti Ligue 1
Founded  1929
Nickname(s)  Ajkule
Chairman  Roland Paquier
Arena/Stadium  Stade Pater Te Hono Nui
Manager  Samuel Garcia
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Ground  Stade Pater Pirae, Tahiti

AS Pirae is a football club from Pirae in Tahiti. They are one of the most successful teams in Tahiti having won the Tahiti Division Fédérale eight times. They are also the first French Polynesian team to have reached the final of the OFC Champions League, which they achieved in 2006.


Oceania Club Championship 2006

AS Pirae qualified for the Oceania Club Championship 2006 after winning the Division Fédérale. In the group stages they recorded big wins against Marist FC 10–1, and Sobou FC 7–0, which was enough to secure their passage to the semi-finals despite a 1–0 defeat to Auckland City in the last game. In the semi-finals they pulled off a major shock beating YoungHeart Manawatu 2–1 thanks to early goals from Jose Hmae and Naea Bennett. However in the Final they met Auckland City once again and suffered a 3–1 defeat. This remains the best performance by any French Polynesian side in the premier Oceanian club competition.

Recent Seasons

Between 2007 and 2010 Pirae have been unable to replicate the form that saw them finish runners-up in the Oceania Club Championship and they have not qualified for the competition in its new form the OFC Champions League. In the 2009–10 season Pirae finished 4th in the Division Fédérale and then 4th in the Championship play-off.


  • Oceania Club Championship
  • Tahiti Division Fédérale: 8
  • Tahiti Coupe des Champions: 1
  • Tahiti Cup: 6
  • Coupe de Polynésie: 9
  • Pacific French Territories Cup: 2
  • Coupe D.O.M-T.O.M: 1
  • The club in the French football structure

  • French Cup: 10 appearances
  • Performance in OFC competitions

  • OFC Champions League: 1 appearance
  • Oceania Club Championship: 1 appearance
  • Current squad

    Squad for the 2014-15 OFC Champions League:

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


    A.S. Pirae Wikipedia

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