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|Full name||Association Sportive Dragon|
|Nickname(s)||"Dragons"/ "Dragões"/ "Dragones"|
|Chairman||Charles Fong Loi|
|League||Tahiti First Division|
The club was founded in 1968 by Arthur Chung to represent French Polynesia's Chinese community. Over time the team has evolved to include a diverse mix of cultures, and mostly consists of semi-professional players with day jobs. In the 2011–12 season they won the championship for the first time and qualified for the 2012–13 OFC Champions League.
|2012–13||Group B||Waitakere United||0–0|
|Erakor Golden Star||4–3|
Squad for the 2019-20 Tahiti Ligue 1
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- 2011–12, 2012–13, 2016–17.
- Tahiti Cup: 6
- 1997, 2016.
|2012-13||1st in Ligue 1 - Qualified to OFC Champions League. Group stage at OFC Champions League. Tahiti Cup champions.|
|2013-14||6th in Ligue 1. Group stage at OFC Champions League. 7th Round of Coupe de France Tahiti Cup runners-up.|
|2014-15||3rd in Ligue 1. Quarter finals of Tahiti Cup.|
|2015-16||6th in Ligue 1. Tahiti Cup champions.|
|2016-17||2nd in Ligue 1 - Qualified to OFC Champions League. 7th Round of Coupe de France. Semifinals of Tahiti Cup.|
|2017-18||3rd in Ligue 1. Quarter finals at OFC Champions League.Tahiti Cup champions.|
|2018-19||6th in Ligue 1. 7th Round of Coupe de France. Round 1 of Tahiti Cup.|
|2019-20||4th in Ligue 1. Round 2 of Tahiti Cup.|
- , Fédération Tahitienne de Football
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