SC Steinfort

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SC Steinfort
SC Steinfort.png
Full name Sporting Club Steinfort
Founded 2007
Ground Stade Demy Steichen
Steinfort, Luxembourg
Ground Capacity 1,300[1]
Chairman Luxembourg Patric Schank
Manager Belgium Gilbert Grandjean
League Luxembourg Division of Honour
2009-10 4th
Website Club home page

SC Steinfort is a football club from Luxembourg is a football club, based in Steinfort, in western Luxembourg.

History[edit]

SC Steinfort was only founded in 2007, a result of the merger of Sporting Steinfort and Sporting Club Lissabon Luxemburg. They immediately won promotion to the Luxembourg National Division after claiming 3rd spot in the Second Division at the end of the 2007/2008 season. They then beat FC Wiltz 71 2-0 in a promotion/relegation play off match. In 2008/09 the club finished in 13th place and were relegated to the Luxembourg Division of Honour.

Current squad[edit]

2010/2011 season Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Luxembourg GK Lucien Pina Cruz
2 Montenegro DF Nikola Bojanić
3 Portugal DF Celio Mendes
4 Portugal DF Ivo Afonso
5 Luxembourg DF Tunn Defay
6 France MF Landry Mandefu
7 Portugal MF Angelo Ventura
8 Portugal FW Steve Oliveira
9 Brazil FW Rafael Perazzoli
10 France FW Johnatan Causier
11 Luxembourg FW Daniel Zanon
No. Position Player
13 Luxembourg DF Chris Eeckhaut
14 Belgium DF Filston Mongu
15 Luxembourg DF Samuel Amorim
16 Morocco MF Rachid Belabed
17 Brazil DF Kleber Cabral
18 Portugal FW
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Mirnes Hajdarević
20 Belgium FW Joel Kudimbana
21 France DF Christian Chijou
22 Luxembourg GK Felipe Couto Machado
23 Luxembourg GK Marvin Eisenmenger

Staff[edit]

Coach Portugal Augusto Martins
Assistant coach Portugal Abel Mendes
Assistant coach France Emmanuel Vallance
Keeper coach Portugal Felipe Couto Machado

Former Notable Players[edit]

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