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FC Locarno

FC Locarno
Full name Football Club Locarno
Founded 1906
Ground Stadio Comunale Lido,
Locarno, Switzerland
Ground Capacity 11,000 (1,000 seated)

Michele Nicora

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league = 2015-16 1. Liga Promotion Classic
2013–14 Swiss Challenge League, 10th (relegated)

FC Locarno is a Swiss football club based in Locarno. It was founded in 1906 and was played in Swiss Super League during periods of 1930–1931, 1933–1936, 1945–1953 and 1986–1987.


  • Current squad 1
  • Notable former players 2
  • Former coaches 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Current squad

As of 12 October, 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 Pajtim Badalli
2 DF Stefano De Gianbattista
3 MF Rodrigo Bustamante
4 DF Marco Perazzo
5 DF Lorenzo Loiero
7 MF Mate Bilinovac
8 MF Mario Zupčić
9 FW David Stojanov
10 FW Cristian Lamanna
11 FW Josip Zivko
13 DF Olindo Regazzi
No. Position Player
14 MF Stipe Roguljic
15 MF Michele Maggetti
16 MF Gioele Cetrangolo
17 MF Nahuel Acosta
19 MF Velibor Simic
20 DF Davide Rodriguez
21 DF Stefano Studenovic
22 MF Saverio Manfreda
23 MF Vladan Milosevic
24 DF Gastón Pagano
25 MF Matteus Senkal
27 GK Mattia Maggioni

Notable former players

See also Category:FC Locarno players.

Former coaches

  • Wenzel Halama (1986–1987)
  • Paul Schönwetter (1995–1998), (2008–2009)
  • Roberto Chiappa (2005)
  • Arno Rossini (2005–2008)


External links

  • Official website (Italian)
  • profile (English)
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