It could not be otherwise. Asked on a local radio this week, President Fulvio Luzi announced the name of the future FC Chambly stadium, currently under construction and supposed to be operational in early January. He will bear the name of his father, Walter Luzi, founder of the club in 1989 and who died on February 28, 2018, on the evening of a historic qualification (1-0) for the semi-finals of the Coupe de France in front of Strasbourg (L 1) .
The stands will also bear famous names
A giant portrait of the man everyone called “Pépé” still borders the Marais stadium, where Chambly played until his rise to Ligue 2 last year. Emblematic figure of the Oise club, this immigrant of Italian origin, who arrived in France at the age of 18, was still honorary president at the time of his death, at the age of 77. His funeral had brought together nearly a thousand people in the town of Oise.
President Fulvio Luzi also affirmed that the three stands of the new enclosure will also bear the names of prominent figures of the club, without specifying which ones. “We must pay tribute to the people who made FC Chambly,” said the manager. We will also give names to rooms, a refreshment stall, an alley … We will also rename the Stade des Marais. It’s a way of giving people back what they gave us. “Fulvio Luzi assured that this future stadium would be a” cauldron “.
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