Zug 94

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Zug 94
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Full name Zug 94
Founded 1994
Ground Herti Allmend Stadion
Zug
Switzerland
Ground Capacity 4900
Chairman Martin Andermatt
League 1. Liga
2006–07 10th place

Zug 94 is a Swiss football team based in Zug which currently competes in the 1. Liga. It was formed in 1994 after a merger between SC Zug and FC Zug. Ottmar Hitzfeld once managed the old SC Zug team.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 5 September, 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 Greece GK Georgios Marinis
2 Switzerland MF Valbon Saliji
4 Switzerland DF Manuel Riedweg
5 Kosovo DF Adthe Gashi
6 Brazil DF Magnum Paulino
7 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Mirzet Mehidic
8 Switzerland MF Nicolas Peter
9 Kosovo MF Fatlum Sylejmani
10 Italy MF Davide Palatucci
11 Switzerland MF Ruben Burkard
12 Switzerland MF Dejan Jankovic
13 Switzerland DF Pasquale Martino
No. Position Player
14 Switzerland FW Daniel Gygax
15 Switzerland MF Marco Weiss
16 Switzerland DF Alex Halef
17 Switzerland MF Florim Mani
18 Switzerland DF Leonard Reci
19 Switzerland MF Daniel Feuchter
20 Turkey FW Lukas Bulut
21 Serbia FW Marko Marjanovic
24 Switzerland GK Luca Roth
25 Switzerland GK Dean Santangelo
55 Switzerland MF Jonas Bernet

Notable former players and staff[edit]

External links[edit]