CS Pétange

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CS Pétange
CS Pétange.png
Full name Club Sportif Pétange
Nickname(s) -
Founded 1910
Ground Stade Municipal, Pétange
Ground Capacity 2,400
Chairman Luxembourg Pascal Wagner
Manager Paulo Gomes
League Luxembourg National Division
2008-09 Division of Honour, 1st (promoted)

Club Sportif Pétange is a football club, based in Pétange, in south-western Luxembourg.

In the 2007-08 season, Pétange finished fourteenth and last in the National Division and were relegated to the Division of Honour. In 2008/09 the club finished top of the Luxembourg Division of Honour and immediately returned to the National Division.


Winners (1): 2004-05
Runners-up (1): 1991-92

European Competition[edit]

Pétange have qualified for UEFA European competition once.

Qualifying round (1): 2005-06

Pétange's only tie in European competition was against AC Allianssi of Finland in the 2005-06 UEFA Cup. Despite a respectable 1-1 draw at home, Pétange was eliminated 4-1 on aggregate.

Overall, Pétange's record in European competition reads:

CS Pétange 2 0 1 1 1 4 -3

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Luxembourg GK Christophe Cum
Serbia GK Samin Redžepagić
Poland GK Alain Walas
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Enver Sabotić
Republic of the Congo DF Junior Noubissi
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Jasmin Hodžić
Luxembourg DF Didier Matuszyk
Brazil DF Douglas Peinado
France DF Stefano Nonnis
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Dario Marić
Algeria MF Mourad Boukellal
France MF Rachid Benmerieme
Portugal MF David Texeira
France MF Ousmane Derra
No. Position Player
Portugal MF Ericson Santos
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Jasmin Dervišević
Romania MF Virgil Magri
France MF David Cangini
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Alen Alomerović
Luxembourg MF Tunn Defay
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Damir Muhović
Guinea FW Namandian Traoré
Italy FW Mimo Fiorentino
Morocco FW Abdellah Benchamma
France FW Aurélien Zoglia
Luxembourg FW Manuel Morocutti
Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Almir Ramčilović


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