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 Pascal Wagner
Manager Paulo Gomes
League Luxembourg Division of Honour

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. They, however, were again relegated at the end of the 2012–13 season. This was their sixth relegation from the top tier in just over 25 years.


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
4 Luxembourg DF Aldin Skenderovic
7 Germany MF Khalid Lahyani
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Kenan Handzic
9 Germany FW Tobias Baier
10 Luxembourg MF Artur Pereira
12 Luxembourg DF Davidson Rodrigues
13 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Almir Smigalović
17 Luxembourg DF Dirk Carlson
19 Luxembourg GK Luca Karels
21 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Semsudin Dzanić
22 Portugal MF Samuel Correia
No. Position Player
23 Luxembourg MF Michel Kettenmeyer
24 Germany DF Dominik Zwick
27 Angola DF Glodi Casemiro
30 Portugal GK Miguel Palha
40 Germany MF Christian Silaj
44 Luxembourg DF Delvin Skenderović
77 Portugal FW Luís Filipe
91 Luxembourg MF Paul Bossi
94 Germany FW Yannick Nonnweiler
95 Germany MF Benjamin Arnold
99 Luxembourg GK Andrea Amodio


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