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Beginnings[ edit ] The club took its name Girondins from a group of French Revolutionaries from the region, and was founded on 1 October as a gymnastics and shooting club.
It was not until when football was officially introduced to the club following strong urging from several members within the club, most notably club president Raymond Brard, though it was only available on a trial basis.
Disturbios de francia de 2005 experiment with football lasted only a year before returning almost a decade later in The club contested its first official match in defeating Section Burdigalienne 12—0.
Bordeaux's rise to professionalism came about alongside the French Football Federation 's plea to increase professionalism in French footballwhich prior tohad been non-existent. The club was inserted into the second division of French football and made its debut appearance during the —38 season.
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The club's first ever league match was contested on 22 August losing away to Toulouse 3—2. Unfortunately for the club, the team finished 6th in the Southern region of the division. Bordeaux's disappointing finish inserted the club into the relegation playoff portion of the league where the team finished a respectable 3rd.
A year later, Bordeaux moved into a new home, the Stade Chaban-Delmaswhich had previously been known as, simply Parc Lescure. The facility was built specifically for the FIFA World Cup and, following the competition's completion, was designated to Bordeaux. The club had formerly played its home matches at the Stade Galin, which today is used as a training ground.
Bordeaux ASP, which the club was now known, adorned the scapular during its run to the edition of the Coupe de France final. The Coupe de France triumph was the club's first major honour. Following the liberation of France, Bordeaux returned to league play and earned promotion to the first division following its 2nd-place finish during the —49 season.
The league success led to Bordeaux being selected to participate in the second edition of the Latin Cup. In the competition, Bordeaux reached the final drawing 3—3 with Portuguese outfit Benfica. The draw forced a second match with Benfica claiming victory following an extra time goal after over two hours and 25 minutes of play.
The club also performed well in cup competitions reaching the Coupe de France final in and InBordeaux suffered defeat to the team it finished runner-up to the same year, Nice, following a thrilling match in which eight goals were scored with five of them coming in the first 40 minutes.
Bordeaux drew the match at 3—3 following a 55th-minute goal from Henri Baillot, but Nice countered minutes later with two goals in a span of four minutes to go up 5—3, which was the final result.
InBordeaux were trounced 5—2 by Lille who went up 4—0 within 35 minutes. The resulting struggles in the cup competitions led to struggles domestically with the club suffering relegation in the —56 season. The club returned to the first division for the —60 season, but failed to make an impact falling back to Ligue 2 after finishing last in the standings with 21 points.
Under the helm of Artigas, Bordeaux returned to the first division and finished in a respectable fourth place for the —63 season. The following season, Bordeaux returned to the Coupe de France final where the club faced off against Lyon.The civil unrest in France of October and November was a series of riots and violent clashes, involving mainly the burning of cars and public buildings at .
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