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EURO 2016: table and fixtures


# Team GP Pts W D L Progress GF GA
1 Concarneau 30 56 15 11 4 41 24
2 Saint-Malo 30 55 16 7 7 57 32
3 Romorantin 30 54 16 6 8 54 44
4 Bergerac 30 52 15 7 8 36 33
5 Lorient II 30 44 11 11 8 40 31
6 Cholet 30 44 12 8 10 36 28
7 Chateaubriant 30 43 11 10 9 46 41
8 Fleury-Merogis 30 41 9 14 7 32 35
9 Trelissac 30 39 9 12 9 38 32
10 Nantes II 30 35 9 8 13 37 38
11 Fontenay 30 35 7 14 9 40 45
12 Plabennec 30 34 8 10 12 34 49
13 Viry-Chatillon 30 31 6 13 11 26 34
14 Vitre 30 30 7 9 14 33 46
15 Stade Bordelais 30 25 5 10 15 22 37
16 Bordeaux II 30 22 4 10 16 23 46

The Championnat de France Amateur, commonly referred to as simply CFA and formerly known as National 2, is a football league competition. The league serves as the fourth tier of the French football league system behind Ligue 1, Ligue 2, and the Championnat National. Contested by 64 clubs, the Championnat de France amateur operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Championnat National and the Championnat de France amateur 2, the fifth division of French football. Seasons run from August to May, with teams in four groups playing 32 games each totalling 1280 games in the season. Most games are played on Saturdays and Sundays, with a few games played during weekday evenings. Play is regularly suspended the last weekend before Christmas for two weeks before returning in the second week of January.

The Championnat de France amateur was initially founded by the French Football Federation in 1927 and was composed of the regional amateur league champions. The league served as the first division of French football until 1929 before the league was converted to the professional league that exists today in 1932. The current incarnation of the CFA was founded in 1993 as National 2 and lasted for five years before being converted to the current format used today. Most clubs that participate in the league are amateur clubs, hence the league name, but a small number of clubs are semi-professional. The matches in the league attract on average between 800 and 1,000 spectators per match. However, this average is dragged down by the minuscule turnouts for the pros' home reserve matches. The current champions are Sedan who accumulated 105 points in Groupe A to earn promotion to the third division. The winners of the Groupe B, Groupe C, and Groupe D were Belfort, Béziers, and Lorient reserves, respectively. Except Lorient, the other two clubs, alongside the champions, earned promotion to the Championnat National.

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