Alain Paco was born on May 1, 1952, in Béziers, France. Known for being robust, quick, and skillful, Alain Paco was a key player during the golden era of the AS Béziers club. After his successful playing career, he became a coach, continuing his contribution to rugby.

List of Teams Played
For and Years AS Béziers (1972-1983)

Position on the Field

International Appearances
He was selected to play for the French national team on 35 occasions between 1974 and 1980.

Most Important Moments of His Sporting Life
Winner of the Grand Slam in 1977.
He won the Bouclier de Brennus six times and the Du-Manoir twice in the 1970s and early 80s.
He participated in the French national team tours in Argentina in 1974 and in the United States in 1976. He achieved third place in the Oscar du Midi Olympique classification in 1977 and 1978.
On May 1, 1980, he played in the first match of the French Barbarians against Scotland, where they won 26 to 22.

Teams Coached
Montpellier UC (1983-1986)
Montpellier RC (1986-1987)
AS Béziers (1988-1990)
US Bergerac (1991-1992)
RC Narbonne (1992-1994)
US Carcassonne (1996-1997)
RO Agde (1997-1998)
AS Béziers (1998-1999)
Barbarians français (1999)
Biarritz Olympique (2003-2004)
Sporting Nazairien (Year unspecified)

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