FC Wiltz 71

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Wiltz
FC Wiltz 71 (emblem).png
Full name Football Club Wiltz 71
Founded 1971
Ground Stade Géitz, Wiltz
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman Luxembourg Henri Roemer
Manager Luxembourg Dan Huet
League Luxembourg Division of Honour
2015–16 Luxembourg National Division, 12th (relegated via play-off)

FC Wiltz 71 is a football club, based in Wiltz, in north-western Luxembourg.

History[edit]

It was formed in 1971 as an amalgam of Union Sportive Niederwiltz and Gold a Ro'd Wiltz. In 1976, it absorbed Arminia Weidingen.

In the 2005–06 season, Wiltz finished fifth in the National Division, but the team was relegated to the Division of Honour after finishing twelfth in the 2007–08 season.

Despite of the relegation in 2010–11 into the "Promotion d'Honneur", Sanel Ibrahimovic succeed in scoring the most goals (18), which let him win the trophy for best topscorer of the season.[1] FC Wiltz 71 managed to climb once again to the "BGL Ligue" for the season 2012–13.

Honours[edit]

Runners-up (1): 2000–01

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 April, 2015.

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

No. Position Player
1 France GK Julien Hurbain
2 Belgium DF Ingo Evertz
3 Mali DF Losseni Keita
Belgium DF Damien Humblet
7 Belgium MF Christopher Verbist
8 Luxembourg MF Emko Kalabić
9 Belgium FW Carlo Evertz
11 Luxembourg MF Adis Čivić
13 Belgium MF Raphaël Hoffmann
14 Luxembourg MF Pol Peiffer
15 Luxembourg FW Amel Ćosić
17 Luxembourg DF Sergio Oliveira
21 Luxembourg MF Dany Fernandes
No. Position Player
22 Slovenia MF Emir Burkic
Luxembourg FW Ben Biver
24 Luxembourg GK Gilles Reiser
25 Luxembourg MF Pit Scheilz
27 Belgium FW Erivelton Silva
28 France MF Lucas Gonzalez
31 Luxembourg MF Jeff Moos
Portugal DF Yannick Dinis
Portugal FW Edson Morais
Belgium GK David Malannée
Luxembourg DF Yann Loos
Belgium MF Faustino Tshibemba

Managers[edit]

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