FC Saint-Louis Neuweg

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Saint-Louis Neuweg
FC Saint-Louis Neuweg.png
Full nameFootball Club de Saint-Louis Neuweg
Founded1990
GroundStade de la Frontière,
Saint-Louis
ChairmanPierre Fichter
ManagerVincent Rychen
League National 3 Group F
2019–20 National 3 Group F, 11th
Website Club website

Football Club de Saint-Louis Neuweg is a French association football club founded in 1990. It is based in the town of Saint-Louis, Haut-Rhin and its home stadium is the Stade de la Frontière. As of the 201819 season, it plays in the Championnat National 3.

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Current squad

As of 27 February 2019 [1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
Flag of France.svg GK Maxime Juanole
Flag of France.svg GK Thomas Navaux
Flag of France.svg GK Julien Grondin
Flag of France.svg DF Tieby Yao
Flag of France.svg DF Jean-Christophe Vergerolle
Flag of Angola.svg DF Jeancy Gaspard
Flag of France.svg DF Jonathan Ellemaud
Flag of France.svg DF Jude Varsovie
Flag of France.svg DF Brian Sartori
Flag of Senegal.svg DF Fadel Niang
Flag of Cameroon.svg DF Gerarld Tekwa
Flag of Burkina Faso.svg DF Inoussa Ouedraogo
No.PositionPlayer
Flag of Angola.svg DF Alberto Futila
Flag of France.svg MF Marwane Asad
Flag of France.svg MF Samuel Yebra
Flag of France.svg MF Steve Brom
Flag of France.svg MF Tim Jabol
Flag of France.svg MF Achraf Berriss
Flag of France.svg MF David Biaou
Flag of France.svg MF Doriano Elia
Flag of France.svg MF Mamadou Camara
Flag of France.svg FW Hamel Thiam
Flag of Mali.svg FW Ibrahima Diallo
Flag of France.svg FW Richard DaSylva
Flag of France.svg FW Vidian Valérius

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References

  1. "Effectif" (in French). FC Saint-Louis Neuweg. Retrieved 11 February 2018.