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Search Search Create account Log in Personal tools Create account Log in Pages for logged out editors learn more ContributionsTalk Contents move to sidebar hide (Top) 1History 2Geography Toggle Geography subsection 2.1Principal communes 2.2Transport networks 3Demographics 4Higher education and research 5Economy Toggle Economy subsection 5.1General data 5.2Industry 5.3Agriculture 5.4Commerce 5.5Services 5.6Handcraft 5.7Tourism 6Administration and representatives Toggle Administration and representatives subsection 6.1Administrative organisation 6.2Arrondissements, cantons and communes of the department 6.3Corps of Prefects 6.4Departmental Council 6.5Representatives in the National Assembly and the Senate 7See also 8References 9External links Toggle the table of contents Ain 100 languages AfrikaansAlemannischالعربيةAragonésArpetanAsturianuAzərbaycancaBân-lâm-gúБеларускаяБеларуская (тарашкевіца)БългарскиBrezhonegCatalàЧӑвашлаCebuanoČeštinaCymraegDanskDavvisámegiellaDeutschEestiΕλληνικάEspañolEsperantoEuskaraفارسیFrançaisGàidhligGalego客家語/Hak-kâ-ngî한국어ՀայերենIdoBahasa IndonesiaInterlinguaInterlingueИронItalianoעבריתJawaKapampanganქართულიҚазақшаKiswahiliKongoKurdîКыргызчаLadinLatinaLatviešuLëtzebuergeschLietuviųLimburgsLombardMagyarМакедонскиMalagasyमराठीمصرىBahasa MelayuNederlands日本語НохчийнNordfriiskNorsk bokmålNorsk nynorskOccitanپنجابیPiemontèisPlattdüütschPolskiPortuguêsRomânăРусскийScotsShqipSimple EnglishSlovenčinaSlovenščinaکوردیСрпски / srpskiSrpskohrvatski / српскохрватскиSuomiSvenskaTaqbaylitไทยТоҷикӣTürkçeУкраїнськаاردوVènetoTiếng ViệtVolapükWest-VlamsWinaray吴语粵語ZazakiZeêuws中文 Edit links ArticleTalk English ReadEditView history Tools Tools move to sidebar hide Actions ReadEditView history General What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationCite this pageGet shortened URLWikidata item Edit interlanguage linksExpand all Print/export Download as PDFPrintable version In other projects Wikimedia Commons Coordinates: 46°5′N 5°20′E / 46.083°N 5.333°E / 46.083; 5.333 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Department in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France For other uses, see Ain (disambiguation). 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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.Find sources: “Ain” – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (April 2019) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Département in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, FranceAin En (Arpitan)DépartementFrom top down, left to right: prefecture building and theatre in Bourg-en-Bresse, Fort l’Écluse, street in Pérouges, Lac Genin FlagCoat of armsLocation of Ain in FranceCoordinates: 46°5′N 5°20′E / 46.083°N 5.333°E / 46.083; 5.333CountryFranceRegionAuvergne-Rhône-AlpesPrefectureBourg-en-BresseSubprefecturesBelleyGexNantuaGovernment • President of the Departemental CouncilJean Deguerry[1] (LR) • PrefectCécile Bigot-DekeyzerArea1 • Total5,762 km2 (2,225 sq mi)Elevation433 m (1,421 ft)Highest elevation1,720 m (5,640 ft)Lowest elevation170 m (560 ft)Population (Jan. 2020)[2] • Total657,856 • Rank39th • Density110/km2 (300/sq mi)Time zoneUTC+1 (CET) • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)Department number01Arrondissements4Cantons23Communes392^1 French Land Register data, which exclude estuaries and lakes, ponds and glaciers larger than 1 km2 Ain (/æ̃/,[3] French: [ɛ̃] i; Arpitan: En) is a French department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, Eastern France. Named after the Ain river, it is bordered by the Saône and Rhône rivers. Ain is located on the country’s eastern edge, on the Swiss border, where it neighbours the cantons of Geneva and Vaud. In 2019, it had a population of 652,432.[4] Ain is composed of four geographically different areas (Bresse, Dombes, Bugey and Pays de Gex), each of which contribute to the diverse and dynamic economic development of the department. In Bresse, agriculture and agro-industry are dominated by the cultivation of cereals, cattle breeding, milk and cheese production as well as poultry farming. In Dombes, pisciculture assumes greater importance, as does winemaking in Bugey. Ain’s prefecture is Bourg-en-Bresse. It is bordered by Jura to the north; Saône-et-Loire to the northwest; Rhône and the Lyon Metropolis to the southwest; Isère to the south; Savoie, Haute-Savoie and Switzerland to the east. In the alphabetical ordering of French departments, used for postal and demographic purposes amongst others, Ain comes first and is thus assigned the number 01 as its department number. History[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2019) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The first inhabitants settled in the territory of today’s Ain about 15000 BC. The menhir of Pierrefiche [fr] in Simandre-sur-Suran dates from the mid-Neolithic era, in the fourth or third millennium BC.[5] The late-second century BC Calendar of Coligny bears the oldest surviving Gaulish inscription. In 58 BC, Julius Caesar’s military action against the Helvetians, advancing through Gaul over the territory of today’s Ain, marked the beginning of the Gallic Wars. Under the Merovingians, the four historic regions of the modern department belonged to the Kingdom of Burgundy. At the start of the 6th century AD, the diocese of Belley (Bellicum) was created as the first bishopric in the region. Abbeys of the order of Saint Benedict were established in the valleys. In 843, the Treaty of Verdun assigned the territories that comprised Ain to the kingdom of Lothar I (Lotharingia). The first big fiefdoms (“seigneuries”) emerged between 895 and 900 in Bâgé-le-Châtel, which formed the nucleus of the pays of Bresse, and in Coligny. Numerous castles were erected in a low rolling terrain that was not otherwise easily defended. In the 12th century, Romanesque architecture flourished. In the 11th century, the Counts of Savoy and Valromey settled in the region of Belley. In 1272, when Sibylle de Bâgé, sole heir, married Amadeus V, Count of Savoy, they added Bresse to their domains, and – by the Treaties of Paris in 1355 – the territories of Dauphiné and Gex on the right bank of the Rhône. At the start of the 15th century, almost the whole region of Ain was united under the house of Savoy. New monasteries were founded in the cities and churches were constructed or reshaped in the Gothic style of architecture. Artemare, village in the department At the start of the 16th century, the Duchy of Savoy was at the peak of its power and Ain was inherited by Margaret of Habsburg, the widow of Philibert II, Duke of Savoy. In Brou, she erected a church and a monastery in late-Gothic style. Bourg-en-Bresse became a bishop’s see. After Margaret’s death, Francis I of France, a nephew of the Dukes of Savoy, claimed the Duchy for himself and conquered it in 1536. Following a treaty concluded in 1559 at Savoy, the territory of Ain was restored to the Duke of Savoy, who immediately started fortifying it. During the Franco-Savoyard War of 1600–1601, Henri IV of France reconquered the region, although the citadel of Bourg remained impregnable. The Treaty of Lyon of 17 January 1601 finally ended the conflict. Ain now belonged to Burgundy. In the 17th century, sculpture, painting, and literature prospered. During the 18th century, streets and small industries emerged. On 28 March 1762, the Count of Eu, son of the Duke of Maine, ceded the region of Dombes to Louis XV. In 1790, during the French Revolution, the departments of Ain and Léman were created. Ain was subdivided into nine districts, 49 cantons (now 23 cantons) and 501 communes. The Revolution did not claim many victims in the department, but it destroyed numerous valuable historical monuments. During the first French Consulate (1802), the districts were abolished. The Congress of Vienna dissolved the department of Léman and assigned the arrondissement of Gex to the department of Ain. During the French Revolution and the First Empire, a large number of churches were destroyed, but in 1823 the diocese of Belley was refounded. The Curé of Ars became famous. During the Second French Empire, numerous churches were rebuilt, agriculture changed profoundly, and the railways expanded. Due to its distance from the front line, the department was spared the destruction of World War I (1914–1918). However, the majority of the vineyards could no longer be cultivated, and disappeared. Industrialization of the department began in Oyonnax and Bellegarde. Construction of the Barrage de Génissiat started in 1937. World War II (1939–1945) vehemently struck the department of Ain and took its toll as 600 people were deported, half whom did not return. Commemorating this tragic era are: the monument of the Maquis in Cerdon, the memorial of the children of Izieu, and the museum of the resistance and deportation in Nantua. In the second half of the 20th century, industrialisation of the department proceeded, favoured by an expansive road and railway network. Geography[edit] The Cize–Bolozon viaduct, a road–rail bridge crossing the Ain gorge See also: List of lakes in Ain, France Ain is a department of geographic contrasts. In the north, the plain of Bresse is bordered by the river Saône and rises slightly towards the north-east. In the south-east, the territory of Dombes has more than a thousand ponds and lakes. In the east, the mountain chain of the southern Jura overlooks the plain of Bresse. The busy transport axes to Italy and Switzerland crisscross the valleys. The Gex region is separated from the rest of the department by the last eastern mountain chain of the Jura where the highest elevation in the department, the Crêt de la Neige (1720 m), can be found. Gex belongs geographically to the Lake Geneva basin. The river Saône represents the western border of the department. It is fed by three smaller rivers: the Reyssouze (76 km), the Veyle (68 km) and the Chalaronne (52 km). The river Rhône forms the department’s borders in the east and the south. Its main tributaries are the Suran (50 km) and notably the river Ain (190 km) which is itself fed by 118 small rivers and creeks. Principal communes[edit] The most populous commune is the prefecture Bourg-en-Bresse. As of 2019, there are 8 communes with more than 10,000 inhabitants:[4] Commune Population (2019) Bourg-en-Bresse 41,111 Oyonnax 22,456 Valserhône 16,378 Ambérieu-en-Bugey 14,134 Saint-Genis-Pouilly 13,943 Gex 13,121 Miribel 10,122 Ferney-Voltaire 10,026 Transport networks[edit] Ain is situated at the crossroads of a large national and international flow of commodities and is therefore an important transit region. More than 4000 km of transport routes serve the department. In addition to a well-developed transport network of former national roads, which were transferred to the department in 2007, Ain is crisscrossed by 220 km of highway. For national and international flights, the international airports of Lyon (Saint-Exupéry) and Geneva (Cointrin) are located within a rather short distance. The department of Ain also contains two waterways, the rivers Saône and Rhone, on which building materials, such as gravel, are shipped. The most important harbour is situated in Jassans-Riottier on the river Saône. Last but not least, the railway network is of great importance, in particular the TGV connections Paris-Geneva (with a stop in Bellegarde-sur-Valserine) and Paris-Lyon (passing by the Saône valley). The upgraded Ligne du Haut-Bugey was opened in 2010, reducing travel time between Paris and Geneva by 20 minutes. The regional TER (train and bus) network is important mainly as concerns the connection to Lyon. Demographics[edit] The department of Ain is marked by very dynamic demographics. The population has grown from 471,019 inhabitants in 1990 to 638,425 in 2016 (estimates of the French statistics office INSEE). This increase is primarily due to natural growth and secondarily by a slightly positive migration balance.[6] The average population density is 111 inhabitants/km2 (2016; Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes: 114; metropolitan France: 119). While the Saône valley, the Côtière, Bourg-en-Bresse and the Gex region have a high density of population, the mountainous Bugey area is less populated. Population development since 1791: Historical populationYearPop.±% p.a.1791307,756— 1801297,071−0.35%1806304,468+0.49%1821346,030+0.86%1831346,188+0.00%1841355,694+0.27%1851372,939+0.47%1861369,767−0.09%1872363,290−0.16%1881363,472+0.01%1891356,907−0.18%1901350,416−0.18%1911342,482−0.23%1921315,757−0.81%YearPop.±% p.a.1931322,918+0.22%1936316,710−0.39%1946306,778−0.32%1954311,941+0.21%1962327,146+0.60%1968339,262+0.61%1975376,477+1.50%1982418,516+1.52%1990471,019+1.49%1999515,270+1.00%2006566,740+1.37%2011603,827+1.28%2016638,425+1.12%Graphs are unavailable due to technical issues. There is more info on Phabricator and on MediaWiki.org.Sources:[7][6] Higher education and research[edit] Several colleges and research institutions are located in Bourg-en-Bresse, as well as one in Bellignat. In Bourg-en-Bresse, they include the Centre for University Studies, Alimentec, the Ecole Supérieure de Plasturgie, the commercial college of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, and a branch of the Lyon faculty of education. Bellignat is home of the polytechnic for plastics engineering. The Centre for University Studies, which was relocated from the University Jean Moulin in Lyon to Bourg-en-Bresse, has 540 students who pursue their studies in 6 different branches. They are: modern foreign languages, being English-German and English-Spanish; economic and social administration; business administration; and 3 levels of study in law. Law students may gain a diploma after 2 years of law study, a ‘licence’ after 3 years, or a Maîtrise after 4 years. This last corresponds to a master’s degree in law and offers a specialization in commercial and trade law. At Alimentec, altogether 700 students attend courses. Two streams of study can be followed, applied nutritional sciences or towards qualification by the commercial college of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. The research and technology centre for applied nutritional sciences located in Bourg-en-Bresse has faculties for biology, energy sciences, informatics and biotechnology. Also situated in Bourg-en-Bresse is a branch of the Lyon faculty of education, providing 450 places for future school teachers. In Bellignat, at the heart of the ‘plastics valley’, a polytechnic university was founded in 1992, under the direct control of the Ministry of youth, education and research. The Ecole Supérieure de Plasturgie provides 140 places for future plastics engineers and utilizes a pluridisciplinary research laboratory which qualifies advanced students, notably PhD students. Although it is headquartered just across the border in Geneva, most of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider lies in parts of several communes in the Arrondissement of Gex in Ain. Economy[edit] Aerial view of the Large Hadron Collider of the CERN. General data[edit] With an unemployment rate of only 5% (compared to 7% in the Rhône-Alpes region and 8% in France), a close-knit community of 11,500 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and a fast-growing, export-oriented economy, mainly to Germany, Italy and Spain, Ain is one of the most dynamic regions in France. Industry[edit] Despite its rural image, Ain is highly industrialised. In addition to a multitude of SME’s, several big enterprises of international reputation are situated in Ain, such as: Roset-Cinna, Grosfillex, Volvo, Carrier, Smoby-Berchet, CIAT, Renault Trucks, Tréfileurope. With more than a third of all employees working in the industrial and public works sector, Ain holds 6th rank of all departments in regards to the degree of industrialisation and is the most industrialised department within the Rhône-Alpes region. The small and medium enterprises contribute most to the industrial development of the department. While enterprises with more than 500 employees represent only 27% of all industrial employment, businesses with less than 100 employees account for 47%. The plastics industry, which is located mainly around the city of Oyonnax, is a highly productive branch of the economy and enjoys an excellent reputation. “Plastics Valley” comprises 10% of France’s plastics industry which constitutes the highest concentration of plastics enterprises in Europe. The 349 enterprises which have been established here employ about 11,000 persons, more than a fourth of all employees of the tertiary sector (without public works). In the Oyonnax basin, three of four employments are directly or indirectly depending on the plastics industry. The agricultural industry, mainly located in Bresse, accounts for more than 5,000 employees. It represents more than a fifth of the employees in the area of Bourg-en-Bresse who work in the meat industry and in tinned food factories. The pillars of the agro-industry are an efficient agriculture providing for a significant number of high quality products as well as the presence of several leading companies of this branch. The emblematic poultry industry in Bresse employs only 350 persons. In 1992 the city of Bourg-en-Bresse, the department of Ain, and the local Chamber of Industry and Commerce founded the technology platform “Alimentec”. Its tasks are, among others, applied research, technical support, technology transfer and the advanced technical education in the agro-industrial sector. The activities of Alimentec focus on three priorities: ventilation systems, plastics packing and applied hygiene. The industrial fabric of Ain is also a result of its metal processing (cables, wire drawing, electrical wires) and engineering industry (automobile industry, France’s most important site for truck production) as shown by the presence of several major companies in this sector (Tréfileurope, Alcatel Cables, Renault Trucks). Foundry, metal processing and electrical industry employ approximately 8,200 workers. Due to the diversity of the activities of these industries and their dispersion over the whole department, polarisation effects similar to those in the plastics sector have not yet been observed. Counting more than 12,900 employees, the public works sector represents a significant share of the department’s economy. About a quarter of all industry employees are working in this sector. The future development of the building sector benefits from the department’s economic and demographic growth. Thanks to its vast forests (more than a third of the department’s land area), the timber industry employed (in September 2007) approximately 4,500 workers. The nuclear industry represents another economic factor. The nuclear power plant in Bugey produces about 4.2% of French electricity, employs more than 1,350 workers and secures moreover numerous employments in the enterprises of the supply chain. Every day between 300 and 1,000 external employees work in the power plant. Its importance for the local economy can not be underestimated. Ain comprises, finally, several industrial parks. Apart from the aforementioned Plastics Valley and numerous smaller business parks which have been founded by local initiatives, the large industrial park of the plain of Ain has to be mentioned. With 700 ha, this park is forecast to become a centre for heavy industries in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Agriculture[edit] Bleu de Gex The diversified agriculture (cattle and poultry breeding, milk and milk products, cereals, vegetables and viticulture) generates products of national and international reputation. In particular are the Bresse poultries (“volaille de Bresse”), blue cheese (“Bleu”) of Gex, Grièges and Bresse, carps and sturgeons of the Dombes region as well as the wine of Bugey. The total number of farms in the department amounts to 5,170, including 2,750 full-time farms. Over the previous 25 years[when?] the number of farms has steadily diminished. While there were 14,600 farms in 1979, only 11,320 were counted in 1988 and 6,320 in 2000. The total farm land of the department amounts to 268,361 ha, containing 150,917 ha arable farm land and 118,000 plant cultures (range land, viticulture, fruit meadows, tree nurseries). The value of the department’s agricultural production reached €545 million. 52% of this amount (€274 million) is allotted to animal products (cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry, carp, milk) and 44% (€240 million) concern crop (cereals, oil plants, wine, vegetables, flowers). Commerce[edit] The commercial sector comprises 5,861 enterprises including 717 wholesalers and distributors (12.2%), 539 automobile dealers and garages as well as 1,643 retailers and repair businesses (28%) (source: Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Ain, 2006). With a total of 22,973 employees and 9,000 self-employed persons, the commercial sector contributes significantly to overall employment in the department (source: Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Ain, 2006). More than three-thirds[clarification needed] of the expenses of the private households amounting to €4.4 billion per year are feeding the commercial businesses inside the department which stand their ground vis-à-vis external competition. Services[edit] The strongly expanding services sector represents 46.6% of all enterprises and about 55,000 employees (source: Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Ain, 2006). Since 2003, the services branch has employed more people than any other economic sector. Within the sector, services for enterprises represent 32.2% of the employees. Consulting and IT services are of growing importance. Educational services as well as health and social services are also sought after. They represent about a quarter of all employees in the services sector. Handcraft[edit] More than 9,000 handcraft businesses in Ain highlight the particular economic importance of this sector. The handcraft, which employs approximately 29,000 persons, has always been an essential element of the local economy. Within the sector, the production is of particular importance, followed by the construction, the services and the alimentary sector. Tourism[edit] In economic terms, tourism in Ain means €300 million of business volume and 10,000 direct jobs as well as another 10,000 indirect employments. In December 2006, 2.9% of the department’s employment was related to the tourist sector (source: Committee for Tourism in the Department of Ain, 2006). In 2006, 700,000 tourists visited sites of interest in the department (museums, castles, religious monuments, gardens and caves). During the winter of 2006/2007, winter sports activity was strongly restrained by the lack of snow. The number of daily skiing tourists amounted to 238,000 (180,500 for alpine skiing and 57,000 for cross-country skiing). The previous average amounted to 465,000 daily tourists per winter. Angling and cycling tourism (27 circuits with altogether more than 1,500 km) attracts numerous visitors each year. The hotel and hospitality sector counts about 1,100 establishments (hotels, camping grounds, bed and breakfast (so-called “gîtes”), holiday apartments, guest rooms etc.). Their joined capacity amounts to 40,850 beds. During the 2006 season, 2.5 million nights were spent in the department compared to 2.7 million in 2002 (source: Committee for Tourism in the Department of Ain, 2006). 15,000 hunters are registered in the department, 3,000 to 4,000 of whom hunt in Dombes, one of the best hunting regions for water birds in France. The Royal Monastery of Brou in Bourg-en-Bresse Fort l’Écluse Medieval farm of Saint-Trivier-de-Courtes Pérouges, one of the most beautiful villages of France Paragliding in Ain Administration and representatives[edit] Administrative organisation[edit] Prefecture (view from the park) The department of Ain consists of 4 arrondissements, 23 cantons and 392 communes.[4] Arrondissement Area(km2)[8] Communes[4] Belley 1584 104 Bourg-en-Bresse 2874 199 Gex 405 27 Nantua 900 62 Arrondissements, cantons and communes of the department[edit] Arrondissements of the Ain department Cantons of the Ain department Communes of the Ain department Corps of Prefects[edit] Laurent Touvet Prefect since July 2013 Caroline Gadou Secretary-General, Sub-Prefect of the arrondissement Bourg-en-Bresse since July 2014 Rémi Bourdu Chief of Cabinet and Sub-Prefect since July 2013 Chantal Guélot Sub-Prefect of the arrondissement Belley since February 2013 Stéphane Donnot Sub-Prefect of the arrondissement Gex since October 2012 Éléodie Sches Sub-Prefect of the arrondissement Nantua since August 2012 Departmental Council[edit] Main article: Departmental Council of Ain Jean Deguerry of The Republicans (formerly Union for a popular movement) has been president of the Departmental Council since 2017.[9] In the 2021 departmental election, the Departmental Council of Ain was elected as follows:[10] Party Seats Centre-right 28 Right 8 Miscellaneous right 4 The Republicans 2 Miscellaneous left 2 Left 2 Representatives in the National Assembly and the Senate[edit] With five constituencies, Ain sends five representatives to the National Assembly. Three of them are members of the right-wing The Republicans (formerly Union for a Popular Movement), with the remaining two members of the centrist La République En Marche! party.[11] The Senators for Ain are Sylvie Goy-Chavent (Union of Democrats and Independents), Florence Blatrix-Contat (Socialist Party) and Patrick Chaize (The Republicans). Constituency Member[11] Party Ain’s 1st constituency Xavier Breton The Republicans Ain’s 2nd constituency Romain Daubié Democratic Movement Ain’s 3rd constituency Olga Givernet La République En Marche! Ain’s 4th constituency Jérôme Buisson National Rally Ain’s 5th constituency Damien Abad Miscellaneous right See also[edit] Chizerots List of senators of Ain Communes of the Ain department References[edit] ^ “Répertoire national des élus: les conseillers départementaux”. data.gouv.fr, Plateforme ouverte des données publiques françaises (in French). 4 May 2022. ^ “Téléchargement du fichier d’ensemble des populations légales en 2020”. The National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies. 29 December 2022. ^ “Ain”. Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary. Retrieved 18 July 2019. ^ Jump up to: a b c d Populations légales 2019: 01 Ain, INSEE ^ Department de l’Ain. “MENHIR DE PIERRE-FICHE À SIMANDRE-SUR-SURAN” (in French). Retrieved 27 January 2022. ^ Jump up to: a b “Évolution et structure de la population en 2016”. INSEE. ^ “Le SPLAF – Historique de l’Ain”. splaf.free.fr. ^ “Comparateur de territoire, géographie au 01/01/2022”. INSEE. Retrieved 6 July 2022. ^ “Ain : Jean Deguerry remplace Damien Abad à la présidence du Département”, France 3, 10.07.2017. ^ Résultats des élections départementales 2021: Ain (01), Ministère de l’intérieur ^ Jump up to: a b “Assemblée nationale ~ les députés, le vote de la loi, le Parlement français”. External links[edit] Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Ain. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ain. Prefecture website (in French) Departmental Council website (in French) Ain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (in French) Tourism site (in English) showvte Departments of FranceMetropolitan 01 Ain 02 Aisne 03 Allier 04 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence 05 Hautes-Alpes 06 Alpes-Maritimes 07 Ardèche 08 Ardennes 09 Ariège 10 Aube 11 Aude 12 Aveyron 13 Bouches-du-Rhône 14 Calvados 15 Cantal 16 Charente 17 Charente-Maritime 18 Cher 19 Corrèze 2A Corse-du-Sud 2B Haute-Corse 21 Côte-d’Or 22 Côtes-d’Armor 23 Creuse 24 Dordogne 25 Doubs 26 Drôme 27 Eure 28 Eure-et-Loir 29 Finistère 30 Gard 31 Haute-Garonne 32 Gers 33 Gironde 34 Hérault 35 Ille-et-Vilaine 36 Indre 37 Indre-et-Loire 38 Isère 39 Jura 40 Landes 41 Loir-et-Cher 42 Loire 43 Haute-Loire 44 Loire-Atlantique 45 Loiret 46 Lot 47 Lot-et-Garonne 48 Lozère 49 Maine-et-Loire 50 Manche 51 Marne 52 Haute-Marne 53 Mayenne 54 Meurthe-et-Moselle 55 Meuse 56 Morbihan 57 Moselle 58 Nièvre 59 Nord 60 Oise 61 Orne 62 Pas-de-Calais 63 Puy-de-Dôme 64 Pyrénées-Atlantiques 65 Hautes-Pyrénées 66 Pyrénées-Orientales 67 Bas-Rhin 68 Haut-Rhin 69D Rhône 70 Haute-Saône 71 Saône-et-Loire 72 Sarthe 73 Savoie 74 Haute-Savoie 76 Seine-Maritime 77 Seine-et-Marne 78 Yvelines 79 Deux-Sèvres 80 Somme 81 Tarn 82 Tarn-et-Garonne 83 Var 84 Vaucluse 85 Vendée 86 Vienne 87 Haute-Vienne 88 Vosges 89 Yonne 90 Territoire de Belfort 91 Essonne 92 Hauts-de-Seine 93 Seine-Saint-Denis 94 Val-de-Marne 95 Val-d’Oise Overseas 971 Guadeloupe 972 Martinique (territorial collectivity) 973 French Guiana (territorial collectivity) 974 Réunion 976 Mayotte Special 69M Lyon (collectivity with special status) 75 Paris (collectivity with special status) Former 975 Saint Pierre and Miquelon (Overseas collectivity) showAuthority control databases International ISNI VIAF 2 National France BnF data Germany Israel United States Czech Republic Geographic MusicBrainz area Other IdRef Retrieved from “https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ain&oldid=1184222439” Categories: Ain1790 establishments in FranceDepartments of Auvergne-Rhône-AlpesStates and territories established in 1790Hidden categories: Pages using the Phonos extensionPages using the Graph extensionPages with disabled graphsCS1 French-language sources (fr)Articles with short descriptionShort description is different from WikidataArticles needing additional references from April 2019All articles needing additional referencesUse dmy dates from September 2020Articles containing Arpitan-language textCoordinates on WikidataPages with French IPAPages including recorded pronunciationsAll articles with vague or ambiguous timeVague or ambiguous time from November 2021Wikipedia articles needing clarification from November 2021Commons link from WikidataArticles with French-language sources (fr)Articles with ISNI identifiersArticles with VIAF identifiersArticles with BNF identifiersArticles with BNFdata identifiersArticles with GND identifiersArticles with J9U identifiersArticles with LCCN identifiersArticles with NKC identifiersArticles with MusicBrainz area identifiersArticles with SUDOC identifiers This page was last edited on 9 November 2023, at 02:19 (UTC). 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Search Search Create account Log in Personal tools Create account Log in Pages for logged out editors learn more ContributionsTalk Contents move to sidebar hide (Top) 1List of communes 2References Toggle the table of contents Communes of the Ain department 49 languages AlemannischالعربيةAragonésArpetanAzərbaycancaBasa BaliBân-lâm-gúCatalàCebuanoČeštinaCymraegDavvisámegiellaDeutschEestiEspañolEsperantoEuskaraFrançaisGalego한국어Bahasa IndonesiaKapampanganҚазақшаKurdîLatinaLëtzebuergeschMagyarBahasa MelayuNederlandsNorsk bokmålOccitanPolskiPortuguêsRomânăРусскийShqipSimple EnglishSlovenčinaSlovenščinaSuomiSvenskaTagalogBasa UgiУкраїнськаTiếng Việt粵語ZazakiZeêuws中文 Edit links ArticleTalk English ReadEditView history Tools Tools move to sidebar hide Actions ReadEditView history General What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationCite this pageGet shortened URLWikidata item Print/export Download as PDFPrintable version In other projects Wikimedia Commons From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia List of communes of the Ain department of France The following is a list of the 392 communes of the Ain department of France. The communes cooperate in the following intercommunalities (as of 2020):[1] Communauté d’agglomération du Bassin de Bourg-en-Bresse Haut-Bugey Agglomération Communauté d’agglomération du Pays de Gex Mâconnais Beaujolais Agglomération (partly) Communauté d’agglomération Villefranche Beaujolais Saône (partly) Communauté de communes Bresse et Saône Communauté de communes Bugey Sud Communauté de communes de la Côtière à Montluel Communauté de communes de la Dombes Communauté de communes Dombes Saône Vallée Communauté de communes de Miribel et du Plateau Communauté de communes du Pays Bellegardien Communauté de communes de la Plaine de l’Ain Communauté de communes Rives de l’Ain – Pays du Cerdon Communauté de communes Usses et Rhône (partly) Communauté de communes Val de Saône Centre Communauté de communes de la Veyle List of communes[edit] INSEE Postal Commune 01001 01400 L’Abergement-Clémenciat 01002 01640 L’Abergement-de-Varey 01004 01500 Ambérieu-en-Bugey 01005 01330 Ambérieux-en-Dombes 01006 01300 Ambléon 01007 01500 Ambronay 01008 01500 Ambutrix 01009 01300 Andert-et-Condon 01010 01350 Anglefort 01011 01100 Apremont 01012 01110 Aranc 01013 01230 Arandas 01014 01100 Arbent 01016 01190 Arbigny 01015 01300 Arboys-en-Bugey 01017 01230 Argis 01019 01510 Armix 01021 01480 Ars-sur-Formans 01022 01510 Artemare 01453 01260 Arvière-en-Valromey 01023 01570 Asnières-sur-Saône 01024 01340 Attignat 01025 01380 Bâgé-Dommartin 01026 01380 Bâgé-le-Châtel 01027 01360 Balan 01028 01990 Baneins 01029 01270 Beaupont 01030 01480 Beauregard 01032 01360 Béligneux 01034 01300 Belley 01035 01130 Belleydoux 01031 01810 Bellignat 01037 01470 Bénonces 01038 01370 Bény 01040 01340 Béréziat 01041 01500 Bettant 01042 01290 Bey 01043 01700 Beynost 01044 01200 Billiat 01045 01330 Birieux 01046 01290 Biziat 01047 01150 Blyes 01245 01250 Bohas-Meyriat-Rignat 01049 01120 La Boisse 01050 01190 Boissey 01051 01450 Bolozon 01052 01330 Bouligneux 01053 01000 Bourg-en-Bresse 01054 01800 Bourg-Saint-Christophe 01056 01640 Boyeux-Saint-Jérôme 01057 01190 Boz 01058 01300 Brégnier-Cordon 01060 01110 Brénod 01061 01300 Brens 01130 01340 Bresse Vallons 01062 01360 Bressolles 01063 01460 Brion 01064 01470 Briord 01065 01310 Buellas 01066 01510 La Burbanche 01067 01430 Ceignes 01068 01450 Cerdon 01069 01240 Certines 01071 01170 Cessy 01072 01250 Ceyzériat 01073 01350 Ceyzérieu 01074 01320 Chalamont 01075 01480 Chaleins 01076 01230 Chaley 01077 01450 Challes-la-Montagne 01078 01630 Challex 01079 01260 Champagne-en-Valromey 01080 01110 Champdor-Corcelles 01081 01410 Champfromier 01082 01420 Chanay 01083 01990 Chaneins 01084 01400 Chanoz-Châtenay 01085 01240 La Chapelle-du-Châtelard 01087 01130 Charix 01088 01800 Charnoz-sur-Ain 01089 01500 Château-Gaillard 01090 01320 Châtenay 01092 01320 Châtillon-la-Palud 01093 01400 Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne 01094 01190 Chavannes-sur-Reyssouze 01096 01660 Chaveyriat 01098 01300 Chazey-Bons 01099 01150 Chazey-sur-Ain 01100 01510 Cheignieu-la-Balme 01101 01430 Chevillard 01102 01190 Chevroux 01103 01170 Chevry 01104 01410 Chézery-Forens 01105 01390 Civrieux 01106 01250 Cize 01107 01230 Cleyzieu 01108 01270 Coligny 01109 01550 Collonges 01110 01300 Colomieu 01111 01230 Conand 01112 01430 Condamine 01113 01400 Condeissiat 01114 01200 Confort 01115 01310 Confrançon 01116 01300 Contrevoz 01117 01300 Conzieu 01118 01420 Corbonod 01121 01110 Corlier 01123 01290 Cormoranche-sur-Saône 01124 01560 Cormoz 01125 01250 Corveissiat 01127 01370 Courmangoux 01128 01560 Courtes 01129 01320 Crans 01133 01350 Cressin-Rochefort 01134 01290 Crottet 01135 01170 Crozet 01136 01290 Cruzilles-lès-Mépillat 01138 01350 Culoz-Béon 01139 01560 Curciat-Dongalon 01140 01310 Curtafond 01141 01300 Cuzieu 01142 01120 Dagneux 01143 01220 Divonne-les-Bains 01146 01400 Dompierre-sur-Chalaronne 01145 01240 Dompierre-sur-Veyle 01147 01270 Domsure 01148 01590 Dortan 01149 01500 Douvres 01150 01250 Drom 01151 01160 Druillat 01152 01130 Échallon 01153 01170 Échenevex 01155 01230 Évosges 01156 01800 Faramans 01157 01480 Fareins 01158 01550 Farges 01159 01570 Feillens 01160 01210 Ferney-Voltaire 01162 01350 Flaxieu 01163 01340 Foissiat 01165 01090 Francheleins 01166 01480 Frans 01167 01140 Garnerans 01169 01090 Genouilleux 01171 01100 Géovreisset 01170 01460 Béard-Géovreissiat 01173 01170 Gex 01174 01130 Giron 01175 01190 Gorrevod 01177 01250 Grand-Corent 01179 01290 Grièges 01180 01220 Grilly 01181 01810 Groissiat 01338 01300 Groslée-Saint-Benoît 01183 01090 Guéreins 01184 01250 Hautecourt-Romanèche 01187 01260 Haut-Valromey 01188 01140 Illiat 01189 01200 Injoux-Génissiat 01190 01680 Innimond 01191 01430 Izenave 01192 01580 Izernore 01193 01300 Izieu 01194 01480 Jassans-Riottier 01195 01250 Jasseron 01196 01340 Jayat 01197 01250 Journans 01198 01800 Joyeux 01199 01640 Jujurieux 01200 01450 Labalme 01202 01150 Lagnieu 01203 01290 Laiz 01206 01430 Lantenay 01207 01330 Lapeyrouse 01208 01350 Lavours 01209 01200 Léaz 01210 01410 Lélex 01211 01240 Lent 01212 01560 Lescheroux 01213 01150 Leyment 01214 01450 Leyssard 01216 01680 Lhuis 01219 01680 Lompnas 01224 01360 Loyettes 01225 01090 Lurcy 01227 01300 Magnieu 01228 01430 Maillat 01229 01340 Malafretaz 01230 01560 Mantenay-Montlin 01231 01570 Manziat INSEE Postal Commune 01232 01851 Marboz 01233 01680 Marchamp 01234 01300 Marignieu 01235 01240 Marlieux 01236 01340 Marsonnas 01237 01810 Martignat 01238 01600 Massieux 01239 01300 Massignieu-de-Rives 01240 01580 Matafelon-Granges 01241 01370 Meillonnas 01242 01450 Mérignat 01243 01480 Messimy-sur-Saône 01244 01800 Meximieux 01246 01660 Mézériat 01247 01410 Mijoux 01248 01390 Mionnay 01249 01700 Miribel 01250 01600 Misérieux 01252 01140 Mogneneins 01254 01250 Montagnat 01255 01470 Montagnieu 01257 01200 Montanges 01258 01090 Montceaux 01259 01310 Montcet 01260 01800 Le Montellier 01261 01390 Monthieux 01262 01120 Montluel 01263 01090 Montmerle-sur-Saône 01264 01310 Montracol 01265 01460 Montréal-la-Cluse 01266 01340 Montrevel-en-Bresse 01268 01300 Murs-et-Gélignieux 01269 01460 Nantua 01272 01400 Neuville-les-Dames 01273 01160 Neuville-sur-Ain 01274 01130 Les Neyrolles 01275 01700 Neyron 01276 01120 Niévroz 01095 01250 Nivigne et Suran 01277 01230 Nivollet-Montgriffon 01267 01460 Nurieux-Volognat 01279 01230 Oncieu 01280 01510 Ordonnaz 01281 01210 Ornex 01282 01430 Outriaz 01283 01100 Oyonnax 01284 01190 Ozan 01285 01600 Parcieux 01286 01300 Parves-et-Nattages 01288 01630 Péron 01289 01960 Péronnas 01290 01800 Pérouges 01291 01540 Perrex 01293 01430 Peyriat 01294 01300 Peyrieu 01295 01140 Peyzieux-sur-Saône 01296 01270 Pirajoux 01297 01120 Pizay 01298 01130 Plagne 01299 01330 Le Plantay 01185 01110 Plateau d’Hauteville 01204 01130 Le Poizat-Lalleyriat 01301 01310 Polliat 01302 01350 Pollieu 01303 01450 Poncin 01304 01160 Pont-d’Ain 01305 01190 Pont-de-Vaux 01306 01290 Pont-de-Veyle 01307 01460 Port 01308 01550 Pougny 01309 01250 Pouillat 01310 01300 Prémeyzel 01311 01110 Prémillieu 01313 01280 Prévessin-Moëns 01314 01160 Priay 01317 01250 Ramasse 01318 01390 Rancé 01319 01990 Relevant 01320 01750 Replonges 01321 01250 Revonnas 01322 01600 Reyrieux 01323 01190 Reyssouze 01325 01800 Rignieux-le-Franc 01328 01400 Romans 01329 01510 Rossillon 01330 01260 Ruffieu 01331 01450 Saint-Alban 01332 01380 Saint-André-de-Bâgé 01333 01390 Saint-André-de-Corcy 01334 01290 Saint-André-d’Huiriat 01335 01240 Saint-André-le-Bouchoux 01336 01960 Saint-André-sur-Vieux-Jonc 01337 01190 Saint-Bénigne 01339 01600 Saint-Bernard 01343 01380 Saint-Cyr-sur-Menthon 01345 01500 Saint-Denis-en-Bugey 01344 01000 Saint-Denis-lès-Bourg 01346 01340 Saint-Didier-d’Aussiat 01347 01600 Saint-Didier-de-Formans 01348 01140 Saint-Didier-sur-Chalaronne 01342 01120 Sainte-Croix 01353 01600 Sainte-Euphémie 01366 01150 Sainte-Julie 01349 01800 Saint-Éloi 01382 01330 Sainte-Olive 01350 01370 Saint-Étienne-du-Bois 01351 01140 Saint-Étienne-sur-Chalaronne 01352 01190 Saint-Étienne-sur-Reyssouze 01354 01630 Saint-Genis-Pouilly 01355 01380 Saint-Genis-sur-Menthon 01356 01400 Saint-Georges-sur-Renon 01357 01130 Saint-Germain-de-Joux 01358 01300 Saint-Germain-les-Paroisses 01359 01240 Saint-Germain-sur-Renon 01360 01630 Saint-Jean-de-Gonville 01361 01800 Saint-Jean-de-Niost 01362 01390 Saint-Jean-de-Thurigneux 01363 01640 Saint-Jean-le-Vieux 01364 01560 Saint-Jean-sur-Reyssouze 01365 01290 Saint-Jean-sur-Veyle 01367 01560 Saint-Julien-sur-Reyssouze 01368 01540 Saint-Julien-sur-Veyle 01369 01250 Saint-Just 01370 01750 Saint-Laurent-sur-Saône 01371 01390 Saint-Marcel 01372 01510 Saint-Martin-de-Bavel 01373 01430 Saint-Martin-du-Frêne 01374 01160 Saint-Martin-du-Mont 01375 01310 Saint-Martin-le-Châtel 01376 01700 Saint-Maurice-de-Beynost 01378 01800 Saint-Maurice-de-Gourdans 01379 01500 Saint-Maurice-de-Rémens 01380 01560 Saint-Nizier-le-Bouchoux 01381 01320 Saint-Nizier-le-Désert 01383 01240 Saint-Paul-de-Varax 01384 01230 Saint-Rambert-en-Bugey 01385 01310 Saint-Rémy 01386 01150 Saint-Sorlin-en-Bugey 01387 01340 Saint-Sulpice 01388 01560 Saint-Trivier-de-Courtes 01389 01990 Saint-Trivier-sur-Moignans 01390 01150 Saint-Vulbas 01391 01270 Salavre 01392 01580 Samognat 01393 01400 Sandrans 01396 01150 Sault-Brénaz 01397 01220 Sauverny 01398 01480 Savigneux 01399 01170 Ségny 01400 01470 Seillonnaz 01401 01630 Sergy 01402 01190 Sermoyer 01403 01470 Serrières-de-Briord 01404 01450 Serrières-sur-Ain 01405 01960 Servas 01406 01560 Servignat 01407 01420 Seyssel 01408 01250 Simandre-sur-Suran 01410 01580 Sonthonnax-la-Montagne 01411 01150 Souclin 01412 01400 Sulignat 01215 01420 Surjoux-Lhopital 01415 01510 Talissieu 01416 01230 Tenay 01418 01120 Thil 01419 01710 Thoiry 01420 01140 Thoissey 01421 01230 Torcieu 01422 01250 Tossiat 01423 01600 Toussieux 01424 01390 Tramoyes 01425 01160 La Tranclière 01427 01600 Trévoux 01428 01140 Valeins 01426 01370 Val-Revermont 01036 01260 Valromey-sur-Séran 01033 01200 Valserhône 01429 01660 Vandeins 01430 01160 Varambon 01431 01150 Vaux-en-Bugey 01432 01270 Verjon 01433 01560 Vernoux 01434 01330 Versailleux 01435 01210 Versonnex 01436 01170 Vesancy 01437 01560 Vescours 01439 01570 Vésines 01441 01430 Vieu-d’Izenave 01443 01330 Villars-les-Dombes 01444 01150 Villebois 01445 01270 Villemotier 01446 01480 Villeneuve 01447 01250 Villereversure 01448 01200 Villes 01449 01320 Villette-sur-Ain 01450 01800 Villieu-Loyes-Mollon 01451 01440 Viriat 01452 01510 Virieu-le-Grand 01454 01300 Virignin 01456 01350 Vongnes 01457 01540 Vonnas References[edit] ^ BANATIC, Périmètre des EPCI à fiscalité propre. Accessed 3 July 2020. vteAdministrative division of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (on 1 January 2023)Prefecture: LyonAin (01)Prefecture: Bourg-en-Bresse Four arrondissements 23 cantons 392 communes 5 legislative constituencies 14 intercommunalitiesAllier (03)Prefecture: Moulins Three arrondissements 19 cantons 317 communes 3 legislative constituencies 11 intercommunalitiesArdèche (07)Prefecture: Privas Three arrondissements 17 cantons 335 communes 3 legislative constituencies 17 intercommunalitiesCantal (15)Prefecture: Aurillac Three arrondissements 15 cantons 246 communes 2 legislative constituencies 9 intercommunalitiesDrôme (26)Prefecture: Valence Three arrondissements 19 cantons 363 communes 4 legislative constituencies 10 intercommunalitiesHaute-Loire (43)Prefecture: Le Puy-en-Velay Three arrondissements 19 cantons 257 communes 2 legislative constituencies 11 intercommunalitiesHaute-Savoie (74)Prefecture: Annecy Four arrondissements 17 cantons 279 communes 6 legislative constituencies 21 intercommunalitiesIsère (38)Prefecture: Grenoble Three arrondissements 29 cantons 512 communes 10 legislative constituencies 18 intercommunalitiesLoire (42)Prefecture: Saint-Étienne Three arrondissements 21 cantons 323 communes 6 legislative constituencies 10 intercommunalitiesLyon Metropolis (69M) (belonging to the departmental constituency of the Rhône)Prefecture: Lyon Part of one arrondissement No cantons 59 communes 14 legislative constituencies 14 electoral constituencies No intercommunalitiesPuy-de-Dôme (63)Prefecture: Clermont-Ferrand Three arrondissements 31 cantons 464 communes 5 legislative constituencies 14 intercommunalitiesRhône (69D) (belonging to the departmental constituency of the Rhône)Prefecture: Lyon Two arrondissements, one shared with the Lyon Metropolis 13 cantons 208 communes 14 legislative constituencies 11 intercommunalitiesSavoie (73)Prefecture: Chambéry Three arrondissements 19 cantons 273 communes 4 legislative constituencies 17 intercommunalitiesvteCommunes of France by department and metropolitan region 01 Ain 02 Aisne 03 Allier 04 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence 05 Hautes-Alpes 06 Alpes-Maritimes 07 Ardèche 08 Ardennes 09 Ariège 10 Aube 11 Aude 12 Aveyron 13 Bouches-du-Rhône 14 Calvados 15 Cantal 16 Charente 17 Charente-Maritime 18 Cher 19 Corrèze 2A Corse-du-Sud 2B Haute-Corse 21 Côte-d’Or 22 Côtes-d’Armor 23 Creuse 24 Dordogne 25 Doubs 26 Drôme 27 Eure 28 Eure-et-Loir 29 Finistère 30 Gard 31 Haute-Garonne 32 Gers 33 Gironde 34 Hérault 35 Ille-et-Vilaine 36 Indre 37 Indre-et-Loire 38 Isère 39 Jura 40 Landes 41 Loir-et-Cher 42 Loire 43 Haute-Loire 44 Loire-Atlantique 45 Loiret 46 Lot 47 Lot-et-Garonne 48 Lozère 49 Maine-et-Loire 50 Manche 51 Marne 52 Haute-Marne 53 Mayenne 54 Meurthe-et-Moselle 55 Meuse 56 Morbihan 57 Moselle 58 Nièvre 59 Nord 60 Oise 61 Orne 62 Pas-de-Calais 63 Puy-de-Dôme 64 Pyrénées-Atlantiques 65 Hautes-Pyrénées 66 Pyrénées-Orientales 67 Bas-Rhin 68 Haut-Rhin 69 Rhône 69M Lyon 70 Haute-Saône 71 Saône-et-Loire 72 Sarthe 73 Savoie 74 Haute-Savoie 75 Paris 76 Seine-Maritime 77 Seine-et-Marne 78 Yvelines 79 Deux-Sèvres 80 Somme 81 Tarn 82 Tarn-et-Garonne 83 Var 84 Vaucluse 85 Vendée 86 Vienne 87 Haute-Vienne 88 Vosges 89 Yonne 90 Territoire de Belfort 91 Essonne 92 Hauts-de-Seine 93 Seine-Saint-Denis 94 Val-de-Marne 95 Val-d’Oise Overseas departments 971 Guadeloupe 972 Martinique 973 Guyane 974 Réunion 976 Mayotte Retrieved from “https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Communes_of_the_Ain_department&oldid=1168112642″ Categories: Lists of communes of FranceCommunes of AinHidden categories: Use dmy dates from July 2023Articles with short descriptionShort description matches Wikidata This page was last edited on 31 July 2023, at 21:57 (UTC). 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LIGUE DE NOUVELLE AQUITAINE Site Web : http://lfna.fff.fr District de Gironde Site Web : http://gironde.fff.fr District de Dordogne-Périgord Site Web : http://dordogne-perigord.fff.fr District des Landes Site Web : http://landes.fff.fr District du Lot-et-Garonne Site Web : http://lot-et-garonne.fff.fr District des Pyrénées-Atlantiques Site Web : http://footpyr64.fff.fr District de Charente Site Web : http://foot16.fff.fr District de Charente Maritime Site Web : http://foot17.fff.fr District de Corrèze Site Web : http://foot19.fff.fr District de la Creuse Site Web : http://foot23.fff.fr District des Deux-Sèvres Site Web : http://foot79.fff.fr District de la Vienne Site Web : http://foot86.fff.fr District de la Haute-Vienne Site Web : http://foot87.fff.fr LIGUE D’OCCITANIE Site Web : http://occitanie.fff.fr District de l’Ariège Site Web : http://ariegefoot.fff.fr District de l’Aude Site Web : http://aude.fff.fr District de l’Aveyron Site Web : http://aveyron.fff.fr District de 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District de la Loire Site Web : http://loire.fff.fr District de Lyon et du Rhône Site Web : http://lyon-rhone.fff.fr District de Savoie Site Web : http://savoie.fff.fr District de Haute-Savoie Pays-de-Gex Site Web : http://hautesavoie-paysdegex.fff.fr LIGUE PAYS DE LA LOIRE Site Web : http://lfpl.fff.fr District de Loire-Atlantique Site Web : http://foot44.fff.fr District du Maine-et-Loire Site Web : http://foot49.fff.fr District de la Vendée Site Web : http://districtfoot85.fff.fr District de la Mayenne Site Web : http://mayenne.fff.fr District de la Sarthe Site Web : http://sarthe.fff.fr LIGUE BOURGOGNE FRANCHE-COMTE Site Web : http://lbfc.fff.fr District de Côte d’Or Site Web : http://cote-dor.fff.fr District de la Nièvre Site Web : http://nievre.fff.fr District de Saône-et-Loire Site Web : http://district71.fff.fr District de l’Yonne Site Web : http://yonne.fff.fr District du Jura Site Web : http://jura.fff.fr District Doubs-Territoire de Belfort Site Web : http://doubs-territoire-de-belfort.fff.fr District de la Haute-Saône Site Web : http://haute-saone.fff.fr LIGUE DU GRAND-EST Site Web : http://lgef.fff.fr District d’Alsace Site Web : https://alsace.fff.fr District de la Meuse Site Web : http://meuse.fff.fr District Mosellan Site Web : http://moselle.fff.fr District des Vosges Site Web : http://vosges.fff.fr District de Meurthe-et-Moselle Site Web : http://meurtheetmoselle.fff.fr District des Ardennes Site Web : http://districtfoot08.fff.fr District de l’Aube Site Web : http://district-aube.fff.fr District de la Marne Site Web : http://marne.fff.fr District de la Haute-Marne Site Web : http://hautemarne.fff.fr LIGUE DE NORMANDIE Site Web : http://normandie.fff.fr District de l’Eure Site Web : http://eure.fff.fr District de Seine-Maritime Site Web : http://dfsm.fff.fr District du Calvados Site Web : http://foot14.fff.fr District de la Manche Site Web : http://manche.fff.fr District de l’Orne Site Web : http://footorne.fff.fr LIGUE DES HAUTS-DE-FRANCE Site Web : http://lfhf.fff.fr District de l’Artois Site Web : http://artois.fff.fr District de l’Escaut Site Web : http://escaut.fff.fr District des Flandres Site Web : http://flandres.fff.fr District de la Côte d’Opale Site Web : http://cotedopale.fff.fr District de l’Aisne Site Web : http://aisne.fff.fr District de l’Oise Site Web : http://oise.fff.fr District de la Somme Site Web : http://districtsommefootball.fff.fr LIGUE DE PARIS ILE-DE-FRANCE Site Web : http://paris-idf.fff.fr District de l’Essonne Site Web : http://essonne.fff.fr District de Paris Site Web : https://district75foot.fff.fr District des Hauts-de-Seine Site Web : http://district-foot92.fff.fr District de Seine-et-Marne Site Web : https://seineetmarne.fff.fr District de Seine-Saint-Denis Site Web : http://district93foot.fff.fr District du Val-de-Marne Site Web : http://districtvaldemarne.fff.fr District du Val d’Oise Site Web : http://district-foot95.fff.fr District des Yvelines Site Web : http://dyf78.fff.fr LIGUE DE BRETAGNE Site Web : http://footbretagne.fff.fr District des Côtes d’Armor Site Web : http://foot22.fff.fr District du Finistère Site Web : http://foot29.fff.fr District de l’Ille-et-Vilaine Site Web : http://foot35.fff.fr District du Morbihan Site Web : http://foot56.fff.fr LIGUE CENTRE-VAL DE LOIRE Site Web : http://foot-centre.fff.fr District du Cher Site Web : http://cher.fff.fr District d’Eure-et-Loir Site Web : http://eure-et-loir.fff.fr District de l’Indre Site Web : http://indre.fff.fr District d’Indre-et-Loire Site Web : http://indre-et-loire.fff.fr District du Loir-et-Cher Site Web : http://loir-et-cher.fff.fr District du loiret Site Web : http://foot-loiret.fff.fr LIGUE DE MEDITERRANEE Site Web : http://ligue-mediterranee.fff.fr District des Alpes Site Web : http://alpes.fff.fr District de Côte d’Azur Site Web : http://cotedazur.fff.fr District de Provence Site Web : http://provence.fff.fr District Grand-Vaucluse Site Web : 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Ass. bénévoles Extrait des décisions du Bureau Plénier du 19 décembre 2023 « ARBITRES-ASSISTANTS BÉNÉVOLES Suite à l’Assemblée Générale de la LAuRAFoot du 24/6/23, deux « vagues » de réunions de formation ont été organisées par la ligue au cours du 2ème semestre 2023 à destination des dirigeants des… Le mag de la LAuRAFoot Actu des clubsActu Ligue Tribunes #19 : le nouveau numéro Découvrez le dix-neuvième numéro de « Tribunes », le magazine de la LAuRAFoot qui a pour objectif de mettre en avant des parcours, des profils et des initiatives qui font l’actualité et la richesse du football aurhalpin. TRIBUNES #19 Au programme : Dossier : Ces femmes présidentes ; Interview :… Vigipirate Actu des clubsActu Ligue Vigipirate : niveau Urgence Attentat déclaré Suite à l’attaque à caractère terroriste qui s’est produite à Arras ce 13 octobre 2023, le Gouvernement a décidé d’élever la posture du plan Vigipirate sur l’ensemble du territoire national au niveau « Urgence Attentat ». Ce niveau le plus élevé du dispositif français contre le terrorisme associe to… Nouvelle édition Actu des clubsActu LiguePratiques Lancement de la 16e édition des Trophées Philippe Séguin ! La 16e édition des « Trophées Philippe Séguin du Fondaction du Football » est lancée ! Cet appel à candidatures est ouvert à l’ensemble des clubs de football amateur. Depuis 2008, l’appel à candidatures des Trophées Philippe Séguin vise à détecter, valoriser et promouvoir des initiatives sociales et… Les derniers diaporamas<a href=”/diaporamas” onclick=”createCookie(‘menu-niveau-1’, ‘Accueil’, 0.1);”>voir plus</a> 8e tour CDF : FC Chaponnay Marennes / Le Puy F. 43 Auv. 8e tour CDF : ASSE / Nîmes O. 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Bien et… Procès-Verbaux 22-12-2023 Réunion du 18 Décembre 2023 Commissions Régionales – Arbitrage 22-12-2023 Réunion du 18 Décembre 2023 Commissions Régionales – Statut des Éducateurs e… 21-12-2023 Réunion du 18 Décembre 2023 Commissions Régionales – Contrôle des Mutations<… 21-12-2023 Réunion du 18 Décembre 2023 Commissions Régionales – Règlements 21-12-2023 Réunion du 18 Décembre 2023 Commissions Régionales – Coupes 21-12-2023 Réunion du 18 Décembre 2023 Commissions Régionales – Tournoi Internationaux<… Assurances Actu des clubsActu Ligue Assurances : pour toutes vos démarches Pour toutes vos démarches, nous vous invitons à consulter l’ensemble des documents (déclaration d’accident, notice d’assurance, attestation de responsabilité civile,…) mis à votre disposition en cliquant ici. > Tel : 02 31 06 08 06 > Mail : [email protected] Statut de l’arbitrage Actu des clubsActu LigueActualités Arbitragestatuts et règlements Calcul de vos obligations : nombre d’arbitres à fournir Afin de calculer le nombre d’arbitres à fournir vis-à-vis des statuts fédéral et aggravé de la LAuRAFoot, la Commission Régionale du Statut de l’Arbitrage met à votre disposition le tableur (fichier format excel) à télécharger ci-dessous : > Tableur calcul obligations Statuts Arbitrage 2023… Arbitrage Actu des clubsActu LigueActualités Arbitrage Au service des clubs et de l’arbitrage : objectif recrutement Ils s’appellent Romain Perpinan, Jens Recher, Emmanuel Seva (de gauche à droite sur la photo) et ont intégré la LAuRAFoot en ce début de saison pour prioritairement dynamiser en relation avec les clubs les actions de recrutement de nouveaux arbitres dans les territoires ciblés*. 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