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Nordstern Basel

FC Nordstern Basel
Full name Football Club Nordstern Basel 1901
Founded 1901
Ground Rankhof
Ground Capacity 7,600
Coach Switzerland Andy Wyss

FC Nordstern Basel is a football team from Basel, Switzerland.

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 Germany GK Ersin Durmaz
2 Croatia DF Zlato Rajic
3 France DF Franck Schwertz
4 France DF Jerome Frey
5 Chile DF Antu Urrea
6 Turkey DF Kenan Mutlu
7 France MF Cedric Jeady
8 Italy MF Antonio Landoli
9 Switzerland MF Saverio Castelanelli
10 Switzerland MF Mattia Unal
11 Switzerland FW Mattias Welti
12 Croatia DF Alexander Rosic
13 Switzerland FW Olaf Tavares
14 Mauritius DF Abdoul Aziz Niang
No. Position Player
15 Turkey DF Aycin Yirtlas
16 Republic of Macedonia MF Ejup Demeri
17 France FW Saphy Brahamia
18 France MF Umit Arslanfer
19 Montenegro MF Sami Alij
20 Switzerland FW Martino Bassi
21 France DF Mamadou Diakite
21 Senegal MF Jean-Rodrique Basse
22 France GK Loic Decaillozi
Switzerland GK Pascal Dieudonne
Croatia MF Marijan Duspara
Turkey MF Ufuk Ozdemir
Brazil MF Adriano Jose Nascimento

Staff and board members

  • Trainer:Italy Ivo Guidantoni
  • Assistant Trainer:France Franck Schwertz
  • Goalkeeper Coach: Switzerland Lorenzo Giuffrida
  • President: Switzerland Hans Hunziker
  • Vice President: Switzerland Marty Ruedi
  • Secretary : Switzerland Heidi Wilde

External links

  • Official Website.
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