Stephan Lehmann

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Stephan Lehmann
Stefan Lehmann.JPG > >  class=""> Personal information > >  class=""> Full name > Stefan Lehmann > >  class=""> Date of birth > (1963-08-15) 15 August 1963 (age 51) > >  class=""> Place of birth > Schaffhausen, Switzerland > >  class=""> Height > 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) > >  class=""> Playing position > Goalkeeper > >  class=""> Club information > >  class="">
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FC Sion > >  class=""> Youth career > >  class=""> 0000–1983 > FC Carl Zeiss Jena > >  class=""> Senior career* > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> Years > Team > Apps > (Gls) > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1983–1984 > FC Schaffhausen > 36 > (0) > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1984–1986 > FC Winterthur > 70 > (0) > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1986–1987 > SC Freiburg > 1 > (0) > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1987–1988 > FC Schaffhausen > 36 > (0) > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1988–1997 > FC Sion > 324 > (0) > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1997–1999 > FC Luzern > 71 > (0) > >  class=""> National team > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1986–1989 > Swiss U-21 > 36 > (0) > >  class="" style="white-space: nowrap; vertical-align: baseline"> 1989–1997 > Swiss > 14 > (0) > >  class=""> Teams managed > >  class=""> 1999–2000 > FC Luzern (Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 1999–2002 > Swiss U-21 (Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2003–2004 > FC Wil (Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2003–2004 > FC St. Gallen (Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2004–2005 > Grasshopper Club Zürich (Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2005–2006 > FC Luzern (Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2006–2007 > FC Aarau (Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2008 > FC Vaduz (Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2009 > FC Carl Zeiss Jena
(Assistant, Goal and Incentive Coach) > >  class="">
2009–2012 > FC Luzern (Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> 2012– > FC Sion (Goalkeeper Coach) > >  class=""> * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

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Stephan Lehmann (born 15 August 1963, in Schaffhausen) is a retired Swiss football goalkeeper[1] who works as goalkeeper coach for FC Sion.

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  class="toclevel-1 tocsection-1">1 International   class="toclevel-1 tocsection-2">2 Honours   class="toclevel-1 tocsection-3">3 Coaching diplomas   class="toclevel-1 tocsection-4">4 References   class="toclevel-1 tocsection-5">5 External links

 >International[edit]

He was capped 18 times for the Swiss national team between 1989 and 1997. He was an unused substitute at the 1994 FIFA World Cup, and was in the Euro 1996 squad.

 >Honours[edit]

FC Sion

 >Coaching diplomas[edit]

  • C-Diploma (SFV/ASF)
  • B-Diploma (SFV/ASF)
  • A-Diploma (SFV/ASF)
  • Goalkeeping Coach-Diplom Niveau 1–3 (SFV/ASF)

 >References[edit]

  class="references">   id="cite_note-1">^ "Stephan Lehmann". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 1 September 2012. 

 >External links[edit]

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Lehmann, Stephan

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Short description

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Swiss football player and manager

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Date of birth

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15 August 1963

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Place of birth

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Schaffhausen, Switzerland

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