FC Tuggen

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FC Tuggen
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Full nameFC Tuggen
Founded1966
Ground Linthstrasse, Tuggen, Schwyz, Switzerland
Capacity2,800 (300 seated
President Erich Güntensperger
Head Coach Bruno Berner
League 1. Liga Promotion

FC Tuggen is a Swiss football club from the town of Tuggen in Canton Schwyz, the German-speaking region of Switzerland. The club was founded in 1966 and currently plays in 1. Liga Promotion, the third highest tier in the Swiss football pyramid.

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History

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

The club was founded on 11 November 1966 as SC Tuggen. In 1976 the club changed its name to FC Tuggen. In 1991, the club reached the quarter-finals of the Swiss Cup, losing 4–0 to FC Chiasso.

Stadium

Tuggen play its home games in the stadium Linthstrasse. The capacity is 2,800 spectators, with 300 seats and 2,500 standing places.

Current squad

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 Switzerland.svg GK Timon Waldvogel
2 Flag of Brazil.svg DF Augusto Canzian
3 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Antonio Piperno
4 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Raymond Tinner
5 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Timo Todzi
6 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Dario Stadler
7 Flag of North Macedonia.svg FW Jakup Jakupov
8 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Duli Al Abbadie
9 Flag of Montenegro.svg FW Anes Zverotic
10 Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg MF Javier Santana
11 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Daniel Senn
12 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Marsel Stevic
No.PositionPlayer
14 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Nico Weibel
15 Flag of Switzerland.svg DF Dominik Schiendorfer
16 Flag of Romania.svg DF Andrei Herlea
17 Flag of North Macedonia.svg MF Erzan Murtisi
18 Flag of North Macedonia.svg MF Valdet Istrefi
19 Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Dominik Kuhn
21 Flag of Germany.svg MF Davide D'Acunto
22 Flag of Kosovo.svg FW Jusuf Shala
28 Flag of Switzerland.svg GK David Horg
Flag of Switzerland.svg MF Leonel Romero
Flag of Germany.svg MF Patrick Peters
Flag of Kosovo.svg FW Vilson Doda

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