Results

Niger Super League 03/06 15:15 - Liberte FC v AS Fan D 1-1
Niger Super League 03/02 15:15 - AS Fan v Jangorzo FC L 0-1
Niger Super League 02/26 15:15 - AS Fan v AS GNN L 0-3
Niger Super League 02/19 15:15 - AS Fan v Zumunta AC W 1-0
Niger Super League 02/14 15:00 - Olympic Niamey v AS Fan W 0-2
Niger Super League 02/07 15:00 - AS Fan v Tagour PC W 2-1
Niger Super League 01/25 15:00 - AS Fan v USGN W 2-0
Niger Super League 12/29 15:00 - AS Fan v ASN Nigelec L 0-1
Niger Super League 05/22 15:30 - Sahel Niamey v AS Fan D 0-0
Niger Super League 05/03 15:30 - AS Fan v ASN Nigelec D 1-1
Niger Super League 04/29 15:30 - AS Police Niger v AS Fan D 2-2
Niger Super League 03/13 15:30 - AS Douanes de Niamey v AS Fan D 0-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 11 7 4
Wins 4 3 1
Draws 4 1 3
Losses 3 3 0
Goals for 11 6 5
Goals against 10 7 3
Clean sheets 4 2 2
Failed to score 4 3 1

Wikipedia - AS FAN

Association Sportive des Forces Armées Nigériennes or simply AS FAN is a Nigerien football club based in Niamey and operated by the Nigerien Armed Forces (the FAN). They play at the stade du camp Bagagi Iya, a small stadium in one of Niamey's military bases, although larger matches are played at the stade Général Seyni Kountché. Their current club president is Army Lieutenant Colonel Djibrilla Hima Hamidou (called Colonel "Pélé").

History

ASFAN has won the Niger League Championship (today's Niger Premier League) only twice: in 1971 and 1975.

The club has reached the Coupe Nationale of Niger final only once: defeating Liberté FC 3–1 on 3 August 1995. From this win they qualified for the 1996 Coupe de l'Union des fédérations de football ouest-africaines (UFOA Cup). Reaching the final on 8 December 1996, ASFAN defeated East End Lions from Freetown, Sierra Leone, making them the only Nigerien football club to have won an international competition.

In 2009 they played in the Niger Premier League. They have entered the top national league every year since 2001, when they were one of fourteen clubs to boycott the championship over the relegation of Zumunta AC. In 2004 the championship was canceled.

Notable former players include Mâazou Ouwo, transferred in January 2008 to Sporting Lokeren in Belgium, who in 2009 moved to CSKA Moscow. ASFAN reportedly received 327 million FCFA for 2008 transfer fees.

In late 2008, they were chosen to compete in the 2009 African Confederation Cup in place of AS Police, who won both the Cup and League in 2008. As no system was previously in place, the Nigerien Football Federation chose 2008 League runners up ASFAN over Akokana Arlit, 2008 Cup finalists.

AS Fan is a passionate and dedicated soccer team that is loved by fans all over the world. The team is known for its exceptional skills, teamwork, and determination to win. With a strong focus on developing young talent, AS Fan has become a breeding ground for some of the most talented soccer players in the world. The team's style of play is fast-paced, attacking, and exciting, making them a favorite among soccer enthusiasts. The fans of AS Fan are known for their unwavering support and loyalty, filling stadiums with their chants and cheers. Whether playing at home or away, AS Fan always puts on a show, leaving fans on the edge of their seats until the final whistle. With a rich history and a bright future ahead, AS Fan is a team that every soccer fan should keep an eye on.