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Stade ASEC Ndiambour
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Association Sportive Artistique et Culturelle Ndiambour (abbreviaion: ASEC Ndiambour) is a Senegalese football club based in Louga, which is part of the Senegal National League 2 Poule A (second tier). Their home stadium is Stade ASEC Ndiambour, also known as Alboury Ndiaye.
Ndiambour (or Ndjambour) also is fifth in the number of major honours won in Senegal numbering seven.
ASEC Ndiambour Wikipedia
The team was founded in 1969.
Their first cup final appearance was in 1985 and lost to ASC Diaraf 1-0, their second appearance also lost by a goal to US Gorée in the 1996 edition, Ndiambour won the 1999 edition after defeating SONACOS of Diourbel only in penalty shoots of 3-0 as the game was tied a goal apiece, this was their final appearance.
They played up to 2009 in the top division in Senegalese football, they were last place in Group A with 12 points and relegated into Ligue 2, they remained until they were first place in the 2014-15 season and returned to the top division for the following season. ASEC Ndiambour finished 10th with 32 points, nine wins and scored 20 goals, the club conceded 28 goals in 2016.
They've participated in seven continental tournaments in the continental level, five of them were cup tournaments, their greatest success was the quarter-finals in the CAF Cup Winner's Cup. Their first cup appearance was in 1992 where they first challenged with East End Lions from Sierra Leone, as the two matches were scoreless, they scored 5 in penalties to get to the next round where they later challenged with Tunisia's CA Bizertin and lost the competition. Their recent cup competition was in 2005 where they faced King Faisal Babes from Ghana and only scored a goal in two of its legs.
Their first continental appearance was in 1993 and faced Cape Verde's CS Mindelense, the first leg was tied apiece at one, they won two goals to one in the second leg and head up to the first round with Morocco's Wydad Casablanca and won 2-1 in the first leg and lost 3-1 in the second and were removed from further competition. Their second and recent was the 1999 competition as it would be called the CAF Champions League and faced against the Invincible Eleven from Liberia, the other club withdrew and Ndiambour headed to the first round against Raja Casablanca of up north in Morocco and won 2-1 in the first leg and lost 2-1 in the second leg and Ndiambour was out of the competition. Ousmane Seck (chairman as of 2010)
Assane Diallo (manager as of 2010)
Senegal Premier League: 3
Senegal FA Cup: 1
Senegal Assemblée Nationale Cup: 4
Senegal Second League (Ligue 2): 1
Best appearance: First round (continental), second round (cup, continental)
Best position at a cup competition: Quarterfinals (continental)
Appearances at a Super Cup competition: 3
Highest number of points in a season: 65
Total matches played at the CAF Champions League: 7
Total matches played at home: 4
Total matches played away: 3
Total number of wins at the CAF Champions League: 4
Total home wins: 4
Total draw at the CAF Champions League: 1
Total away draw:1
Total number of goals scored at the CAF Champions League: 13
Total matches played at the continental cup competitions: 20
Total matches played at home: 10
Total matches played away: 10
Total number of wins at the continental cup competitions: 6
Total number of draws at the continental cup competitions: 7
Total draws at home: 4
Total draws away: 3
Total number of goals scored at the continental cup competitions:15