FC Schaffhausen

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Schaffhausen
Fc Schaffhausen.svg
Full nameFC Schaffhausen
Nickname(s)FCS
Founded1896;124 years ago (1896)
Ground LIPO Park Schaffhausen
Capacity8,200
Chairman Aniello Fontana
Manager Murat Yakın
League Swiss Challenge League
2018–19 7th
Website Club website

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.

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Chart of FC Schaffhausen table positions in the Swiss football league system Schaffhausen Performance Graph.png
Chart of FC Schaffhausen table positions in the Swiss football league system

Honours

1988, 1994
2004
2006

Current squad

As of 19 February 2020 [1]

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

No.PositionPlayer
1 Flag of Kosovo.svg GK Amir Saipi
2 Flag of Kosovo.svg DF Jetmir Krasniqi
3 Flag of Sweden.svg DF Mirza Mujčić
4 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Jan Kronig(on loan from Young Boys)
5 Flag of Slovenia.svg DF Nejc Mevlja
6 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Serge Müller
8 Flag of Kosovo.svg MF Imran Bunjaku
9 Flag of Germany.svg FW Karim Barry
10 Flag of Kosovo.svg MF Gjelbrim Taipi
11 Flag of Gabon.svg FW Gaëtan Missi Mezu
12 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Simone Belometti
14 Flag of Brazil.svg MF Paulinho
15 Flag of Albania.svg DF Bujar Lika
No.PositionPlayer
17 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Adrian Nikçi
19 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Hélios Sessolo
21 Flag of Italy.svg MF Danilo Del Toro
22 Flag of Albania.svg DF Arijan Qollaku
23 Flag of Switzerland.svg FW Giandomenico Tanzillo
24 Flag of Senegal.svg MF Aly Coulibaly
25 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Uran Bislimi
26 Flag of Switzerland.svg GK Calvin Heim
29 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Sadik Vitija
30 Flag of Serbia.svg GK Luka Djordjevic
33 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Mergim Bajrami
34 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Edin Imeri
43 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Yves Kaiser (on loan from Basel)

Former players

See Category:FC Schaffhausen players.

Former coaches

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