FC Tuggen

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FC Tuggen
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Full name FC Tugen
Founded 1966
Ground Linthstrasse, Tuggen, Schwyz, Switzerland
Ground Capacity 2,800 (300 seated
President Erich Güntensperger
Head Coach Bruno Berner
League 1. Liga Promotion

FC Tuggen is a Swiss football club from the town of Tuggen in Canton Schwyz, the German-speaking region of Switzerland. The club was founded in 1966 and currently plays in 1. Liga Promotion, the third highest tier in the Swiss football pyramid.


Chart of FC Tuggen table positions in the Swiss football league system

The club was founded on 11 November 1966 as SC Tuggen. In 1976 the club changed its name to FC Tuggen. In 1991, the club reached the quarter-finals of the Swiss Cup, losing 4–0 to FC Chiasso.


Tuggen play its home games in the stadium Linthstrasse. The capacity is 2,800 spectators, with 300 seats and 2,500 standing places.

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
1 Switzerland GK Timon Waldvogel
2 Brazil DF Augusto Canzian
3 Switzerland DF Antonio Piperno
4 Switzerland DF Raymond Tinner
5 Switzerland DF Timo Todzi
6 Switzerland MF Dario Stadler
7 Republic of Macedonia FW Jakup Jakupov
8 Switzerland MF Duli Al Abbadie
9 Montenegro FW Anes Zverotic
10 Dominican Republic MF Javier Santana
11 Switzerland DF Daniel Senn
12 Switzerland MF Marsel Stevic
No. Position Player
14 Switzerland DF Nico Weibel
15 Switzerland DF Dominik Schiendorfer
16 Romania DF Andrei Herlea
17 Republic of Macedonia MF Erzan Murtisi
18 Republic of Macedonia MF Valdet Istrefi
19 Switzerland MF Dominik Kuhn
21 Germany MF Davide D'Acunto
22 Kosovo FW Jusuf Shala
28 Switzerland GK David Horg
Switzerland MF Leonel Romero
Germany MF Patrick Peters
Kosovo FW Vilson Doda


  • Bruno Berner;– Head Coach
  • Albert Geiger – Assistant Coach
  • Urs Sutter – Goalkeeper Coach
  • Corinne Kuhn – Masseur
  • Reto Bartholet – Masseur
  • Arnold Ackermann – Team Chef

Notable former personal[edit]


  • Edi Schubiger
  • Michael Mazenauer (2006–2007)

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