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SC Schiltigheim

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Sporting Club de Schiltigheim is a French association football from Schiltigheim, Alsace. It plays in Régional 1, the sixth tier of football in France. It plays at the Stade de l'Aar in Schiltigheim, which has a capacity of 2,500. The club was established on 1 March 1914 as Sports-Abteilung des Evangelischen Jugendbundes Schiltigheim, an ethnically-German church-based youth club in what was at the time Elsass in the German Empire. They adopted they name Fussball-Klub Schiltigheim in 1915. Following the end of World War I and the return of Alsace to France, the club was renamed Sporting Club de Schiltigheim in 1919. History Between France and Germany During the interwar period, SC was a competitive local side that claimed the championship of the Alsace Champion Division d'Honneur in 1937, as well a regional cup title and a clutch of junior division titles in the mid-1930s. The club's rise was interrupted when Alsace came under German control after the Nazi invasion
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