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Etoile-Carouge

Étoile Carouge FC
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Full name Étoile Carouge F.C.
Founded 1904
Ground Stade de la Fontenette, Carouge
Ground Capacity 7,200
Chairman Pierre-Alain Brodard
Manager Thierry Cotting
League 1. Liga Promotion
2011–12 Challenge League, 13th (relegated)
Home colours
Away colours

Étoile Carouge FC is a Swiss football team based in Carouge which was founded in 1904. It currently plays in the Swiss 1. Liga Promotion. It played in top division during periods of 1923-1933, 1934-1935, 1977-1978 and 1997-1998.

Carouge had survived several seasons in the second tier of Swiss football, the Challenge League, until the 2011–12 season. Due to restructuring of the Swiss Football League, it was announced that the bottom 6 teams of the 10 team division would be relegated to a newly formed division in 2012, rather than the usual two teams being relegated. Carouge was close to survival but unfortunately finished four points from safety, and were relegated to the 1. Liga Promotion.

Players

Note:data updated on April 14, 2011 Source ASF Swiss Football Association

Current squad

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

No. Position Player
1 Switzerland GK Luca Piccirillo
2 Switzerland DF Paul Pasquier
3 Switzerland DF Alexandre Infante
4 Switzerland DF Damien Hempler
5 France DF Mickaël Doudet
6 Switzerland MF Mario Machado
7 Guinea-Bissau MF Abdul Carrupt
8 Switzerland DF Oliver Maric
9 Serbia FW Samir Ramizi
10 Switzerland MF Marco Delley
11 Switzerland MF Alexandre Valente
12 Switzerland MF Alexandre De Matos
13 Switzerland MF Milton Kusunga
No. Position Player
14 Switzerland DF Lucien Gross
15 Switzerland DF Alexandre Barroso
16 Switzerland DF Uvejs Selmonaj
17 Switzerland FW Jeffrey Mazamay
18 France GK Thomas Giorgi
19 Switzerland MF Artrit Ajdini
20 France MF Karim Robin
21 Switzerland MF Stéphane Pais
22 Switzerland MF Michaël Baumgartner
23 Switzerland DF Mikael Pinto
24 France DF Jérémie Sabaly
26 Switzerland GK Alexandre Casarsa
27 Switzerland GK David Gonzalez

Former players

See also Category:Étoile Carouge FC players.

Managers

External links

  • Official website (French)
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