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FC Concordia Basel

FC Concordia Basel
FC Concordia Basel logo
Full name Fussballclub Concordia Basel
Nickname(s) Congeli
Founded 1907
Ground Stadion Rankhof, Basel
Ground Capacity 7,600
Manager Samir Tabakovic
League 1. Liga Classic (4th tier), 7th place
2012–13 2. Liga Interregional, 2nd place (promoted)

FC Concordia Basel is a Swiss football club based in Basel. The club was founded in 1907. They play in the 2nd regional league which is the fifth level, and their home stadium was Rankhof Stadium until season 2008/9. FC Concordia Basel builds the farm team of FC Basel.

The won the Och Cup (considered as the former Swiss Cup) in 1922. It's the club's only title.


  • History 1
  • Former squad 2
  • Former players 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


In September 2008, Concordia Basel became the first football club in Western Europe to sign North Korean players when they signed North Korea internationals Pak Chol-Ryong and Kim Kuk-Jin.[1]

Former squad

As of 9 April 2009

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK David Da Costa (on loan from FC Zürich)
2 DF Pak Chol-Ryong
3 MF Willian
4 DF Peter Wiki (on loan from FC Zürich)
8 MF Nikolaj Gavric
9 FW Rainer Bieli
10 MF Muhamed Demiri
11 MF Marco Mathys
No. Position Player
12 MF Kim Kuk-Jin
13 DF Rafael Schweizer
15 FW Stefan Todorovic
16 MF Jean-Pierre Tcheutchoua
17 FW Giuseppe Morello
19 FW André Muff
20 DF Oliver Marić
21 MF Nico Thüring
24 MF Samet Gündüz (on loan from FC Basel)

Former players

See also Category:FC Concordia Basel players.


  1. ^ "Swiss soccer team signs North Korean players", France 24, September 29, 2008

External links

  • Official website (German)

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