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FC Wohlen

FC Wohlen
Full name Fussballclub Wohlen 1904
Founded 1904
Ground Stadion Niedermatten, Wohlen
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Andy Wyder
Manager Martin Rueda
League Swiss Challenge League
2014–15 Swiss Challenge League, 3rd

FC Wohlen is a Swiss football club based in the town Wohlen in Canton Aargau. They play in the Challenge League, the second highest league in the country.

The club was founded in May 1904 and holds the honour of being the oldest football club in Switzerland that is not in a city. From 1930 to 1932 the team played in the Swiss Super League, the highest league in Switzerland, but mostly it has played in the 2nd or 3rd tiers. The greatest success of their recent history was their promotion to the Challenge League in 2002. In the autumn of 2004 they moved into their new stadium, Stadion Niedermatten.

The most famous former player is Ciriaco Sforza.

Current squad

As of 29 May, 2015.

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 Joël Kiassumbua
2 DF Dylan Stadelmann
4 DF Marijan Urtic
5 DF Davide Giampà
6 MF Simon Grether
7 DF Rexhep Thaqi
8 MF Joël Geissmann
9 FW Luigi Milicaj
10 MF Mergim Brahimi
11 FW Luiyi Lugo
14 FW Nico Abegglen
15 DF Bujar Lika
No. Position Player
16 DF Simon Dünki
17 MF Marko Muslin
19 MF Michael Weber
20 FW Samir Ramizi
21 MF Muhamed Seferi
23 MF Ronny Minkwitz
26 DF Nicolas Bürgy
27 MF Michael Weber
30 GK Flamur Tahiraj
31 MF Alain Schultz
34 GK Roman Heiniger

Former players

See also Category:FC Wohlen players.

Former Managers

See Category:FC Wohlen managers.


The stadium is located in an area of Wohlen known as the "low mats". The stadium is owned by the Wohlen Council.

The total capacity is 3,734. Of these, 634 seats and 3100 standing.

The stadium is part of the a sports complex which includes, in addition to the football stadium, an athletics facility with 400-meter circular track, an inline skating space, two all-weather football pitches and nine tennis courts. The construction work began in autumn 2002 and was completed in spring 2004.

External links

  • Official site (German)
  • Soccerway profile (English)
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