Trois-Rivières Attak

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Trois-Rivières Attak
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Basic data
Surname Trois-Rivières Attak Football Club (English)
Attak de Trois-Rivières FC (French)
Seat Trois-Rivières
founding 2006
Colours black-and-white
First soccer team
Head coach CanadaCanadaFranceFrance Philippe Eullaffroy
Venue Stade de l'UQTR
Places 1,500
league Canadian Soccer League
2009 master

Trois-Rivières Attak is a former Canadian football club from Trois-Rivières . For the 2010 season, the team does not take part in the game operations of the Canadian Soccer League .

Until the 2010 season, the team acted as youth and reserve team for the USSF D2 Pro League club Montreal Impact . In 2009 Impact founded the Montreal Impact Academy and the cooperation agreement with Trois-Rivières Attak ended.



On November 15, 2006, Montreal Impact announced the creation of a farm team in Trois-Rivières . The name would be chosen through a competition. On January 17, 2007, the name and the official logo were presented to the public. On the same day the contract players were introduced ( Nicolas Lesage and Jean-Louis Bessé ).

First season

The team was a surprise in their first season. She was competitive in the Canadian Soccer League from the start . They won the Open Canada Cup when they beat Columbus Clan FC 3-0 in the final . In the league they reached second place and thus qualified for the playoffs , where they finally lost in the semifinals against the Serbian White Eagles .

Striker Nicolas Lesage was the top scorer at the 2007 CSL with 16 goals .


Seasonal balance sheets

year league Regular season Playoffs Open Canada Cup
2007 CSL Second, national Semifinals champion
2008 CSL First, national Second not carried out
2009 CSL First, national champion not carried out


Trois-Rivières Attak play their home games at the Stade de l'UQTR on the campus of the University of Quebec or the Center Sportif Alphonse-Desjardins in Trois-Rivieres .

Known players

Former trainers

Club records

Most missions

# Surname Duration Calls
1 CanadaCanada Nicolas Lesage 2007- 44
2 CanadaCanada Olivier Brett 2007- 41
3 Ivory CoastIvory Coast Jean-Louis Bessé 2007- 40

Most goals scored

# Surname Duration Gates
1 CanadaCanada Nicolas Lesage 2007- 24
2 SerbiaSerbia Darko Kolić 2007 13
3 CanadaCanada Pierre-Rudolph Mayard 2007- 8th

Individual evidence

  1. List of successes on the official homepage ( Memento from May 13, 2010 in the Internet Archive )
  2. Location of the stadium in Canada ( Memento from May 11, 2010 in the Internet Archive )