FC Brugg

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FC Brugg
Full name FC Brugg
Founded 1914
Ground Stadion Au, Brugg, Aargau, Switzerland
Ground Capacity 3300
Co-Trainers Giuseppe Cataldo & Kurt Hunkeler
League 2. Liga IR

FC Brugg is a Swiss football club from the town of Brugg in Canton Aargau. The team currently plays in Liga 1., the third highest tier in the Swiss football pyramid. The club narrowly missed out on promotion to the Challenge League after losing a playoff match, on 24 May 2008, against SC Zofingen in Schötz.

Current squad[edit]

As of 13 March 2009

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

No. Position Player
23 Grenada GK Glendon Cateau
2 Serbia DF Aranit Miftari
3 Brazil DF Pedro Gomes Tiago
4 Serbia MF Hajrullah Murati
5 Serbia DF Milos Mitrovic
6 Switzerland DF Tobias Brändli
7 Switzerland MF Patrick Klee
8 Switzerland DF Ardian Stadelmann
9 Spain FW Andrea Del Sole
10 Serbia FW Arbnor Gjokaj (also Serbia)
11 Serbia FW Mladjan Filipovic
No. Position Player
12 Switzerland FW Sascha Eberhart (also Turkey)
13 Serbia MF Sasa Petrovic
14 Switzerland FW Christoph Meier
15 France MF Marc Alder
16 Switzerland DF Reto Steinhauer
17 England FW Kevin Mager Keller
18 Switzerland GK Denny Prause
19 Serbia FW Adil Maliqi
20 Switzerland FW Fabio Ciccone (also Italy)
21 Switzerland DF Marco Peter
22 Serbia GK Milos Mikic

Former players[edit]

Stadium[edit]

FC Brugg play their home games at Stadion Au. The capacity is 3,300 with 300 seats and 3,000 standing places.

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