Stade Malherbe Caen

Stade Malherbe Caen Calvados Basse -Normandie is a French football club based in the Norman city of Caen in Calvados.


The club was founded in 1891 or 1897 as Union Athlétique du Lycée Malherbe, who soon renamed to Club Malherbe caennais; 1913 took the club ( after a merger with the Club Sportif caennais ) Stade Malherbe Caen on the name. Its present name Caen since 1989 The club colors are red and blue.; league team plays at the Stade Michel d'Ornano, which has a capacity of 21,500 seats and 1993, the Stade de Venoix replaced.

Club president is Jean -François Fortin; the first team is coached since 2012 by Patrice Garande. (August 2013)

League membership

In the professional field, the club was again represented 1934-1938 and since 1987. First class (Division 1 since 2002 in Ligue 1 renamed), he played from 1988 to 1995, 1996/97, 2004/ 05, 2007-2009 and 2010-2012.

Logo History



Current squad 2013/14


  • French Champion: None, so far best result was Table Rank 5 (1991 /92)
  • French Cup Winners: None so far
  • League Cup: Finalist 2005

For the club key players in the past