Who made it into our combined Racing - Stade XV?

A look at what a combined Racing Metro-Stade Francais XI would look like should the merger between the two clubs go ahead next season.

Sport360 staff
by Sport360 staff
15th March 2017

article:15th March 2017

Racing 92 and Stade Francais, winners of the last two Top 14 titles, announced Monday a shock merger to create a ‘super club’ that leaves many star players in limbo.

Racing and Stade are two of the biggest rivals in the French championship and the merger from next season came as a major surprise for European rugby.


Racing won the championship last year, but are now sitting in seventh and ace marksman Dan Carter was even jeered off the pitch after a defeat to leaders La Rochelle last weekend.

Should the merger go ahead, here’s what we think a combined XI would look like.

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Who made it into our combined Racing Metro – Stade Francais XV?

A look at what a combined Racing Metro-Stade Francais XI would look like should the merger between the two clubs go ahead next season.

15. BRICE DULIN (RACING)

15. BRICE DULIN (RACING)

14. JOE ROKOCOKO (RACING)

14. JOE ROKOCOKO (RACING)

13. JONATHAN DANTY (STADE)

13. JONATHAN DANTY (STADE)

12. HENRY CHAVANCY (RACING)

12. HENRY CHAVANCY (RACING)

11. JUAN IMHOFF (RACING)

11. JUAN IMHOFF (RACING)

10. DAN CARTER (RACING)

10. DAN CARTER (RACING)

9. WILL GENIA (STADE)

9. WILL GENIA (STADE)

1. EDDY BEN AROUS (RACING)

1. EDDY BEN AROUS (RACING)

2. CAMILLE CHAT (RACING)

2. CAMILLE CHAT (RACING)

3. BEN TAMEIFUNA (RACING)

3. BEN TAMEIFUNA (RACING)

4. ALEXANDRE FLANQUART (STADE)

4. ALEXANDRE FLANQUART (STADE)

5. LEONE NAKARAWA (RACING)

5. LEONE NAKARAWA (RACING)

6. YANNICK NYANGA (RACING)

6. YANNICK NYANGA (RACING)

7. BERNARD LE ROUX (RACING)

7. BERNARD LE ROUX (RACING)

8. SERGIO PARISSE (STADE)

8. SERGIO PARISSE (STADE)