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SC Kriens

SC Kriens
Full name Sport Club Kriens
Founded 1944
Ground Stadion Kleinfeld,
Kriens, Switzerland
Ground Capacity 5,360 (540 seated)
Chairman Peter Glur
Manager Markus Hunkeler
League Swiss 1. Liga
2011–12 Swiss Challenge League, 15th (relegated)

SC Kriens is a football club based in Kriens, Switzerland. It was founded in 1944. They play at the Kleinfeld Stadium. Their local rival is FC Lucerne.

SC Kriens women's team plays in the Nationalliga A since 2008.

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Sebastian Osigwe
2 DF Daniel Feuchter
3 DF Daniel Fanger
4 DF Manuel Fäh
5 DF Till Fischer
6 DF Nicholas Walker
7 MF Marco Wiget
8 MF Henrique Bem
9 FW Edmond Selmani
11 DF Nahuel Allou
12 MF Guto
No. Position Player
13 FW Omar Thali
14 MF Anthony Bürgisser
15 MF Goran Stojanov
16 FW Dejan Sorgic
17 MF Marco Teixeira
18 GK Aaron Hönger
19 FW Ali Mourad
20 DF Chris Kablan
21 FW Nico Siegrist
24 MF Diogo Costa
25 DF Fisnik Hasanaj

Famous players

See also Category:SC Kriens players.

External links

  • Official website (German)

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