Espoir FC is a Nigerien football club based in Zinder. Their home games are played at Stade de Zinder.
Espoir Sportif de Jerba Midoun is a football club from Djerba in Tunisia. Founded in 1974, the team plays in white and blue colors.
Espoir Tsévié is a Togolese football club based in Tsévié. They currently play in the two division in Togolese football, the Togolese Championnat League 2.
Espoir BBC is a Rwandan professional basketball club based in Kigali. The club competes in Rwanda's National Basketball League.Traditionally, the club has provided several of Africa's national teams with key players.
Espoir Football Club de Mutimbuzi or simply Espoir Mutimbuzi is a football club from Burundi based in Mutimbuzi. Their home venue is 2,000 capacity Stade Municipal.
Mukura Victory Sports et Loisirs Football Club, commonly known as Mukura Victory Sports or simply Mukura, is an association football club from Butare , Rwanda. Founded in May 1963, the club currently competes in the Rwanda National Football League and plays its home games at Stade Huye.
Espoir de Labé is a football club from Labé in the West African, state of Guinea. They play in the Guinée Championnat National, which is the highest league in Guinean football.
Espoir Football Club is an association football club based in Cyangugu, Rwanda. The team currently competes in the Rwanda National Football League, and plays its home games at the Cyangugu Regional Stadium.
ASC Linguère are a Senegalese football club based in Saint-Louis. They play in the second division in Senegalese football.
During the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, British vessels captured at least 12 French warships and privateers named Espoir, which means “Hope” in French. In only one case was there mention of an exchange of fire or casualties.
Espoir: Sierra de Teruel is a 1938-39 Spanish-French black and white war film, directed by Boris Peskine and André Malraux. It was not commercially released until 1945.
Espoir is a French word meaning "hope".