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FC Tuggen

FC Tuggen
Full name FC Tugen
Founded 1966
Ground Linthstrasse, Tuggen, Schwyz, Switzerland
Ground Capacity 2,800 (300 seated
President Erich Güntensperger
Head Coach Adrian Allenspach
League Liga. 1
Home colours
Away colours

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 Liga 1, the third highest tier in the Swiss football pyramid.


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.


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 has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Switzerland GK Adrian Bernet
2 Switzerland DF Sandro Gugelmann
3 Switzerland DF Antonio Piperno
4 Switzerland DF Raymond Tinner
5 Argentina DF Patricio Bustamante
6 Switzerland DF Moritz Schmid
8 Switzerland MF Cyril Schiendorfer
9 Switzerland FW Mirco Graf
10 Dominican Republic MF Javier Santana
11 Switzerland FW Daniel Senn
No. Position Player
13 Germany DF Patrick Peters
15 Switzerland MF Joël Durand
16 Switzerland MF Lukas Huber
17 Republic of Kosovo FW Valon Ahmetaj
18 Switzerland MF Jonas Moser
19 Switzerland DF Pleurat Hoxhaj
21 Switzerland MF Walter Bürkli
22 Switzerland MF Vilson Doda
30 Switzerland GK Fabian Gafner


  • Adrian Allenspach – Head Coach
  • Albert Geiger – Assistant Coach
  • Urs Sutter – Goalkeeper Coach
  • Corinne Kuhn – Masseur
  • Reto Bartholet – Masseur
  • Arnold Ackermann – Team Chef

Notable former personal


  • Albania Volfkan Gjokaj
  • Albania Enlirat Hoxhaj
  • Albania Ardian Murtisi
  • Albania Zenun Selimi
  • Albania Kadri Shala
  • Argentina Fernando Franco
  • Argentina Leonardo Russo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Jasmin Jusufovic
  • Brazil Bem
Congo DR
Côte d'Ivoire
  • Ivory Coast Guy Claude Loué

  • Croatia Igor Drmic
  • Croatia Danijel Kovacevic
  • Croatia Zeljko Malenovic
  • Croatia Marco Maric
  • France Maurin Gregorin
  • Italy Oliver Cianelli
  • Italy Simone Gandolfo
  • Italy Michele Masiero
  • Italy Alessio Pedrotti
  • Italy Remo Pesenti
  • Italy Cristian Teta

  • Republic of Kosovo Leonard Bushaj
  • Republic of Kosovo Hajriz Junuzi
  • Republic of Kosovo Bastri Selishta
  • Republic of Macedonia Resul Islami
  • Republic of Macedonia Jeton Jakupi
  • Republic of Macedonia Skumbim Sulejmani
  • Serbia Boris Jevremovic
  • Serbia Vladimir Martinovic
  • Serbia Dejan Stokic
  • Switzerland Dejan Baumann
  • Switzerland Christoph Born
  • Switzerland Philipp Ernst
  • Switzerland Hansjürg Hartmann
  • Switzerland Nicolas Huber

  • Switzerland Urs Keller
  • Switzerland Daniel Lehner
  • Switzerland José Alois Meier
  • Switzerland Simon Notter
  • Switzerland Michel Reiter
  • Switzerland Remo Roider
  • Switzerland Sascha Rutz
  • Switzerland Beat Schneider
  • Switzerland Mario Schnyder
  • Switzerland Urs Suter
  • Turkey Safet Etemi
  • Turkey Islam Leskovci
  • Turkey Ursal Yasar


Head coaches

  • Edi Schubiger
  • Michael Mazenauer (2006–2007)

Other coaches

  • Peter Zgraggen – Goalkeeper Coach

External links

  • Official Website (German)
  • profile (English)
  • profile (Italian) (German) (French)
  • sporfotos profile (German)
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