IN PICTURES – Coupe de France: Bergerac lights up in the colors of his club before the match against Saint-Etienne


The town of Bergerac lights up in the colors of its club. The Bergerac Périgord Football Club plays its eighth final of the Coupe de France against Saint-Etienne on Sunday. The game is historic. It is played in Périgueux, at the Francis Rongiéras stadium, but the urban community of Bergerac will set up buses to transport the supporters. The club also encouraged traders to color their windows in blue and red, with entertainment and prizes to be won. But the city has also done its part to encourage its team. Since Monday, the town hall has been illuminated in blue and red, the colors of the club, as well as the Old Bridge, which spans the Dordogne in the city center.

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