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FC Naters

FC Naters
Full name F.C. Naters
Founded 1958
Ground Sportanlage Stapfen, Naters, Valais, Switzerland
Ground Capacity 3,000
President Hans Ritz
Trainer Dejan Markovic Dejan Markovic
League Liga. 1
Home colours
Away colours

FC Naters is a Swiss football club from the town of Naters in Canton Valais, the French-speaking region of Switzerland. The team currently plays in Liga 1., the third highest tier in the Swiss football pyramid.


FC Naters was founded in 1958 and played their first game on 16 June 1958. In 1961 the club rose to the third tier for the first time in their history. At the end of the 1969/70 season the club rose to the Challenge League and in 1971 narrowly missed out on promotion to the Super League. At the end of the 1978/79 season the club were relegated and so returned to the third tier.

The team currently plays in Liga 1., the third highest tier in the Swiss football pyramid where they have played since 1996.


The club play their home games at Sportanlage Stapfen. The capacity is 3,000. The stadium was opened in 1997.

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 Daniel Floris
2 Republic of Macedonia DF Elmedin Asani
3 Switzerland DF Matthias Imhasly
4 Switzerland MF Fabian Schalbetter
5 Switzerland DF Ervin Gashi
6 France DF Lionel Mallein
7 Republic of Macedonia FW Emurli Hisham
8 Switzerland MF Edis Colic
9 Argentina FW Francisco Aguirre
10 Switzerland MF Adrian Ittig
11 Switzerland FW Saleh Chihadeh
No. Position Player
12 Switzerland MF Marius Würsten
13 Switzerland MF Mathias Indermitte
14 Brazil MF Felipe
15 Albania MF Betim Fida
16 Serbia FW Nenad Dugic
18 Switzerland MF Baptiste Bétrisey
19 Switzerland DF David Salzmann
20 Slovakia GK Daniel Ondrejicka
21 Switzerland DF David Leiggener
25 Switzerland GK Michael Kurmann

External links

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

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