USV Eschen/Mauren

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USV Eschen/Mauren
USV Eschen-Mauren logo.png
Full name Unterländer Spielervereinigung
Eschen/Mauren
Founded 1963
Ground Sportpark Eschen-Mauren
Eschen, Liechtenstein
Ground Capacity 2,000 (500 seated)
Chairman Wolfgang Marxer
Manager Uwe Wegmann
League Switzerland 1. Liga, Group 3

USV Eschen/Mauren is a Liechtensteiner football club from Eschen and Mauren.

They play at the Sportpark Eschen-Mauren, which used to be the national football stadium, until the Rheinpark Stadion in Vaduz was built. USV Eschen/Mauren, like all other Liechtensteiner teams, play in the Swiss Football League system. The first team plays in 1. Liga, Group 3, the third tier of the Swiss Football League, following promotion in the 2007/08 season from 2.Liga interregional as a result of winning the Group 5 division.

The club was originally formed in 1963 as a merger of FC Mauren and FC Eschen. Since 1975, the first team has always played in Liga 2 except for the 1999/2000 season when they were promoted to 1. Liga, Group 3 before being relegated back again to 2.Liga interregional. After the 2007/08 season, it won promotion once again.

USV has won the Liechtensteiner Cup on 5 occasions, the most recent being in 2012. In the 2009-10 Liechtensteiner Cup, the first team was drawn against its reserve squad in the semi-finals. The first team won the match and earned a spot in the finals, losing to FC Vaduz.

Honours[edit]

1976, 1977, 1978, 1987, 2012

Eschen/Mauren in Europe[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Score
2012/13 UEFA Europa League Q Iceland FH 1-2, 0-1

Current squad[edit]

Updated 18 November 2012

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

No. Position Player
1 Liechtenstein GK Lorenzo Lo Russo
3 Switzerland DF Tobias Kuster
4 Liechtenstein DF Franz-Josef Vogt
5 Liechtenstein MF Stefan Lukic
6 Austria DF Andreas Simma
7 Switzerland DF Mathias Barandun
8 Liechtenstein FW Philipp Ospelt
9 Liechtenstein FW Mathias Christen
10 Austria MF Metin Batir
11 Serbia DF Igor Manojlovic
12 Liechtenstein MF Stefan Maag
13 Switzerland DF Raphael Stulz
No. Position Player
14 Switzerland DF Angelo Willi
15 Austria FW Eren Dulundu
16 Switzerland MF Marco Fässler
17 Turkey FW Gültekon Sönmez
18 Switzerland FW Michael Giger
19 Republic of Macedonia FW Valdet Istrefi
20 Switzerland DF Manuel Fisch
21 Switzerland MF Raphael Huber
22 Switzerland FW Michael Bärtsch
23 Turkey FW Dursun Karatay
24 Liechtenstein GK Mario Tichy
25 Germany FW Andreas Hindelang

Reserve Squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Liechtenstein GK Nicolas Hemmerle
Portugal GK Ricardo Figueiredo
Liechtenstein GK Manuel Matt
Portugal DF Helder Goncalves
Liechtenstein DF Martin Kaiser
Liechtenstein DF Erwin Stump
Liechtenstein DF Nicolas Schäfer
Portugal MF Rui Figureido
Liechtenstein MF Oliver Hasler
Italy MF Domenico Macri
No. Position Player
Liechtenstein MF Simon Matt
Serbia MF Daniel Miijc
Portugal MF Patrick Neves
Liechtenstein MF Michael Ott
Switzerland MF Elia Sozzi
Turkey MF Orhan Tuncay
Italy FW Aldo Giurgola
Liechtenstein FW Pascal Gloor
Liechtenstein FW Michael Marxer
Canada FW Renato Ortega

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