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FC Frauenfeld

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FC Frauenfeld

FC Frauenfeld
Full name Football Club Frauenfeld
Founded 1906
Ground Kleine Allmend
Ground Capacity 4375
League 2. Liga interregional
2008/2009 13th

FC Frauenfeld are a Swiss football team currently playing in Liga 2., the fourth tier in the Swiss football pyramid Group 5. The club was formed in 1906. They finished 2008/2009 season in 13th position resulting in relegation.

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 Florian Wehrli
2 Switzerland DF Oliver Schmid
3 Switzerland DF Sandro Studer
4 Switzerland DF Marco Vintem
5 Switzerland DF Andreas Schlauri
6 Italy MF Michele Agrostelli
8 Switzerland FW Sandro Pelusi
10 Switzerland MF Luca Ruch
11 Switzerland MF David Mora
No. Position Player
12 Switzerland DF Pascal Keller
13 Switzerland FW Sandro Gullo
15 Switzerland DF Romano Schmidtke
16 Switzerland DF Joel Specker
17 Switzerland MF Heris Stefanichi
20 Switzerland DF Carlos Ribeiro

Staff and board members

  • President: Switzerland Michael Krucker
  • Vice President: Switzerland Urs Schmied

External links

  • Official Website (German)

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