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|Full name||Bourges 18|
|Ground||Stade Jacques Rimbault,|
|League||National 3 Group C|
|2018–19||National 3 Group C, 8th|
Bourges 18 is a French football club based in Bourges. In the summer of 2008, FC Bourges, which spent eleven seasons in Ligue 2, merged with Bourges-Asnières 18 football club and became Bourges 18, and currently plays in the Championnat National 3, the fifth level of French football. The club's colours are red and blue.
- 1966: Foyer Saint-François Bourges and Racing Club de Bourges were amalgamated to form FC Bourges.
- 1970–1994: The club played intermittently in Ligue 2
- 1994–1998: The club played in the French Division Three, Championnat National but went bankrupt in January 1998, and was henceforth known as FC Bourges 18
- 2005: after another bankruptcy, the club changed its name to Bourges Football Olympique Club
- 2006: The club is renamed once more and becomes Bourges Football
- 2008: Bourges Football and Bourges Asnières 18 amalgamate to become Bourges 18.
- 1976: Champions of Division 3 in Groupe Centre Ouest
- 1996: Champions of the National 2
- 1967, 1999, 2009: Champions of the DH Centre :
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