FC Stade Nyonnais

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Nyon
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Full name Football Club Stade Nyonnais
Founded 1905 (FC Stade Nyonnais)
Ground Colovray, Nyon
Ground Capacity 7,200 (860 seated)
President Vartan Sirmakes
Manager Sébastien Bichard
League 1. Liga Promotion

FC Stade Nyonnais is a Swiss football club currently playing in the Swiss 1. Liga Promotion.

History[edit]

Chart of Stade Nyonnais table positions in the Swiss football league system

The club was founded in 1905.

In 2001 the club had a big game against Real Madrid, in which they reached a record attendance of 6,800 spectators.

Nyon had survived several seasons in the second tier of Swiss football, the Challenge League, until the 2011–12 season. Due to restructuring of the Swiss Football League, it was announced that the bottom 6 teams of the 10 team division would be relegated to a newly formed division in 2012, rather than the usual two teams being relegated. Nyon was close to survival but unfortunately finished two points from safety, and were relegated to the 1. Liga Promotion.

Current squad[edit]

As of 9 March, 2016.

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

No. Position Player
1 Democratic Republic of the Congo GK Osni Mutombo
15 Switzerland GK Julien Caillet
30 Switzerland GK Damien Djuric
2 Uruguay DF Emiliano Etchegoyen
3 Switzerland DF Paul Pasquier
4 Switzerland DF Guillaume Golay
5 Switzerland DF Oliver Maric
12 Portugal DF Joao Duarte
17 Armenia DF Raffi Kaya
6 Switzerland MF Valérian Boillat
7 Switzerland MF Xavier Hochstrasser
No. Position Player
8 Qatar MF Mohammed Hashim
13 Kosovo MF Besnik Salihaj
14 Switzerland MF Ruben Fernandez
20 Switzerland MF Quentin Gaillard
21 Ivory Coast MF Ibrahima Camara
9 Morocco FW Karim Chentouf
10 France FW Maxime Daclinat
11 Portugal FW Alexandre Valente
16 Switzerland FW Iñaki Fernandez
22 Switzerland FW Stipe Simunac

Staff[edit]

  • Head Coach: Bernardo Hernandez
  • Assistant Coach: Brea José
  • Goalkeeper Coach: Ferdy Lamon
  • Adviser and Médical Claude Purro

Former players[edit]


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