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Urania Genève Sport

Urania Genève Sport
Full name Urania Genève Sport
Founded 1896
Ground Stade de Frontenex
Ground Capacity 4,000
Chairman Yves Grange
Manager Philippe Tschiember
League 1. Liga, Switzerland
Home colours
Away colours

Urania Genève Sport is a Swiss omnisport club based in Geneva. Its football section was founded in 1896.

The current club was born in 1922 through a merger between FC Urania and FC Genève.

Its main title is the Swiss cup, won in 1929 against Young Boys. This same year, the club is champion of the French part of Switzerland (Champion romand).

In 1931, UGS finishes at the second place of the Swiss championship, behind Grasshopper Club Zürich.

Presently UGS plays in the third Swiss division, a non professional league.


Main article: History of Urania Genève Sport

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 Paulo Albuquerque
3 Switzerland DF Daniel Blanco
4 Albania DF Alban Arifi
5 Switzerland DF Adrien Formenti
6 Portugal MF Tiago Parreira
7 France FW Mohamed Bellahssan
8 Albania MF Erol Ameti
9 Switzerland FW Kevin Eyer
10 Cameroon FW Mouelle Moukoko
12 Switzerland MF Kevin Gueissaz
13 Switzerland FW Mumin Cerimi
14 Morocco MF Mourad Khadrhaoui
15 Cameroon MF Augustine Simo
No. Position Player
16 Spain FW Alex Errasti
17 France MF Sebahattin Yoksuzoglu
18 Brazil MF Roberto Da Silva
19 Switzerland FW Benjamin Besnard
20 Switzerland MF Michaël Baumgartner
21 Switzerland DF Albano Cancelli
22 Switzerland FW Dusko Kuzmanovic
23 Republic of Macedonia DF Bashkim Avdulahi
24 Romania DF Mehdi Mocanu
25 Switzerland MF Boris Vaucher
27 Switzerland MF Danny Loureiro
29 Switzerland GK Matthieu Van der Laan
For list of players, see Category:Urania Genève Sport players.

Notable former players


Managerial history


  • Swiss Cup
    • Champions : 1929
    • Runners-up : 1932


External links

  • (French) Official website

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