1 An Unreleased Poster
It is not the first time that the Bergeracois have found Deux-Severins on their way. During the 2018–2019 season, BPFC faced Niortais (already in Ligue 2) in the 32nd final of the Coupe de France. It was in January at the Gaston-Simonette (rugby) stadium in Bergerac. Benoît Bisson and Mehdi Belbachir responded to the opening of Niortas’ score. and BPFC qualified for the next round, before being eliminated by Orléans, another Ligue 2 team.
2 places left
The poster attracts many supporters, but there are still around 200 places around the perimeter of the stadium at a cost of 10 euros each. They can be bought as of Friday afternoon at Leclerc de la Cavell in Bergerac, at Intermarche de Cresse and online via the club’s website (with an increase of 1 euro to support the seller’s commission). The doors will open from 6:45 pm along with counters to buy tickets. Campril will be able to accommodate up to 1,200 people.
3 Bergerac Is Almost Done
For this poster, BPFC can count on almost the entirety of its group. Two absences should be noted. Center forward Maxime Pelikan has been suspended. On the defensive line, Bergerac will not be able to rely on Sam Ducros, who is suffering from a fractured fibula. On Niort’s side after the draw against Nîmes (1-1), the group should be the same.