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| Club founded in
| bgcolor=#EEEEEE| 1948
| bgcolor=#EEEEEE| El Baklawa
| bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Stadistes forever
| bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Green, red and white
| bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Stage Chedly-Zouiten
(18 000 places) |- | Seat | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| BP 270
2000 Bardo |- | President | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Mohamed Achab |- | Trainer | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Robertinho |- | Center of drive | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Complex sportif
November 7th of Bardo |- |bgcolor=" white" | |bgcolor=" white" | |} The Tunisian Stade (rear RTL الملعبالتونسي) is a general sports club of Tunis (Tunisia) based in the suburbs of the Bardo. Founded in July 1948, he is the heir to the section of Football of the old Association of the Young Moslems.
The colors of the Tunisian Stage are a green and red shirt and white shorts. The red symbolizes the Sang, the Feu, the energy and the Virilité whereas the green symbolizes the Espoir and the Jeunesse and the white symbolizes the Paix and the competitive spirit (Sporting spirit). They are also the colors of a known Pâtisserie traditional Tunisian under the name of “baklawa of the bey” from where the nickname of the club ( El Baklawa ).
The Tunisian Stage is from now on one of the best teams to the national plan since it forever known relegation and was also among the first clubs which contained a female section of football in Tunisia.
GenesisIn 1947, the religious organization of the Young Moslems, directed by the sheik Salah Enneifer, deals with school for Moslem young girls, located at the street of the Saddlers, and the sections of scouts and Football.
In July, a delegation including/understanding the president and the general secretary of the section of football, an industrialist of Bardo, Habib Ben Mokthar, and a young footballer, Slah Damergi, go in Doctor Mohamed Ben Salem to ask him to take the head of their section. The doctors autochtones are then often the figureheads of the sporting clubs (Salah Aouij with the African Club or Chedly Zouiten with the sporting Espérance of Tunis).
BeginningsAn extraordinary general assembly of association is convened to found a general sports club and which takes the name of Tunisian Stage although the authorities of the protectorate require initially the name of Stage tunisois (to avoid the nationalist references).
The club begins its activities with only one section in division 4. In same time, he seeks a training ground. At this point in time the ground of Bardo Sports, well of the crown beylicale, is affected after several steps of the club to the municipality of Bardo. A covered room of 500 m ² is then built there in three months.
PresidentsDuring its existence, the Tunisian Stage knew thirteen presidents:
- Trainer of the seniors: Robertinho ()
- Trainer of the guards: Lassad Derwiche (Tunisia)
- Chief technical officer: Wahid Hidoussi (Tunisia)
- Guide of the seniors: Taoufik Me hadhebi (Tunisia)
Cut of Tunisia of Victorious football
Group supportersCreated in 2002, Bardo Boys are among the first groups extremists in Tunisia and Africa. The group ensures animation on the platforms, the organization of the supporters stadists and the popular support of the team. Bardo Boys pose their streamers in all the stages where the Tunisian Stage plays, which is a sign of their presence. Their name is a reference to the young people of Bardo, the city which accommodates the club. In August 2007, a new stadist group is born: Kaotic Group. Several cells of supporters are distributed on all Tunisia.
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