Union 05 Kayl-Tétange

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Union 05 Kayl-Tétange
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Full nameUnion 05 Football Club De Kayl-Tétange
Founded2005
Ground Stade Victor Marchal,Tétange
Rue De Dudelange,Kayl
Capacity1,000
ChairmanMersudin ('Mita') Licina
ManagerJoao Paulo Peixoto Correia
League 1. Division, Serie 2
2020–21 1. Division, Serie 2, 15th
Website Club website

Union 05 Käl Téiteng or Union 05 Football Club Kayl-Tétange is a football club, based in the commune of Kayl, in south-western Luxembourg.

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Union 05 play their home games at the Stade Victor Marchal.

History

The club was formed in 2005 after a merger between FC Kayl 07 and SC Tétange. SC Tétange won the 1951 Luxembourg Cup. [1]

In 2009 the club was promoted to the second tier-Luxembourg Division of Honour and in 2011 they became champions and were promoted for the first time to the Luxembourg National Division, the highest level of Luxembourg football. After two years they were relegated back and in 2016 the club was relegated to the third level Luxembourg 1. Division.

Honours

Domestic

as SC Tétange

Cup

Managers

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