FC Mondercange

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FC Mondercange
FC Mondercange.png
Full name Football Club Mondercange
Founded July 1933
Ground Stade Communal, Mondercange
Ground Capacity 3,300
Chairman Luxembourg Jean-Claude Schanen
Manager Florim Alijaj
League Luxembourg Division of Honour
2009–10 14th
Website Club home page

Football Club Mondercange is a football club, based in Mondercange, in south-western Luxembourg.

In the 2005–06 season, Mondercange finished third in the Division of Honour. This qualified Mondercange for a play-off with FC Avenir Beggen, which they won, granting them promotion into the National Division. They were relegated the following season from the National Division, back to the Division of Honour. In 2008–09 the club finished 2nd in the Division of Honour and were promoted to the National Division.

Honours[edit]

Runners-up (2): 1998–99, 1999–00

European Competition[edit]

FC Mondercange have qualified for UEFA European competition once.

Qualifying round (1): 1999–00

Overall, Mondercange's record in European competition reads:

P W D L GF GA GD
FC Mondercange 2 0 0 2 2 13 −11

Squad[edit]

As of May 2015 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Cameroon GK Gabriel Biloa
Luxembourg GK Rui Peixoto
Luxembourg GK Valentin Roulez
France DF Khalid Benichou
Luxembourg DF Yannick Afoun
Luxembourg DF Hector Varela
Luxembourg DF Kevin Leite
Luxembourg DF Luca Baffa
Luxembourg DF Gilles Meurisse
Luxembourg MF Ricardo Centrone
France MF Ibrahim Diop
No. Position Player
Portugal MF Jorge Ribeiro
France MF Maxime Courtray de Pradel
Luxembourg MF Steve Cabral
Portugal MF Nuno Filipe de Assuncao
Luxembourg MF Gianluca Bei
Luxembourg MF Tom Nilles
France MF Idir Batouche
France FW Sully Bilon
Luxembourg FW Gilles Even
Luxembourg FW Nimon Muslji

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