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FC Schaffhausen

FC Schaffhausen
FCS Logo
Full name FC Schaffhausen
Nickname(s) FCS
Founded 1896
Ground Stadion Breite,
Ground Capacity 7,300
Chairman Aniello Fontana
Manager René Weiler
League Swiss Challenge League
2013–14 Swiss Challenge League, 4th

FC Schaffhausen is a Swiss football team from the town of Schaffhausen. The club plays in the Challenge League, the second tier of Swiss football.


  • Honours 1
  • Current squad 2
  • Former players 3
  • Former coaches 4
  • External links 5


1988, 1994

Current squad

As of 3 September, 2014.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
18 GK Stefan Lapcevic
23 GK Christian Baumgartner
88 GK Franck Grasseler
2 DF André Gonçalves
3 DF Ezgjan Alioski
4 DF Raphael Mollet
6 DF Andre
8 DF Diego Büchel
14 DF Ilija Ivic
24 DF Aleksandar Zarkovic
28 DF Mattias Schnorf
5 MF Bertrand N'Dzomo
No. Position Player
7 MF Cristian Miani
10 MF Davide Mariani
11 MF Faruk Gül
20 MF Luca Tranquilli
22 MF Mirko Facchinetti
27 MF Admir Seferagić
29 MF Arben Buqaj
30 MF Antonio
15 FW Federico Almerares
17 FW Igor Tadic
19 FW Davide Di Lionardo
21 FW Shkelqim Demhasaj

Former players

See Category:FC Schaffhausen players.

Former coaches

External links

  • Official website (German)
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