UN Käerjéng 97

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UN Käerjéng 97
UN Käerjéng 97 alt.png
Full nameUewer Nidder Käerjéng 97
GroundStade um Bëchel,
ChairmanLuxembourg Nico Zenner
ManagerLuxembourg Roland Schaack
LeagueLuxembourg Division of Honour
2017–18Division of Honour, 3rd

UN Käerjéng 97 is a football club, based in Bascharage, in south-western Luxembourg.


A young club, it was only formed in 1997 as an amalgam of Union Sportive Bascharage and Jeunesse Hautcharage.

In the 2005–06 season, Käerjéng finished sixth in the National Division. They finished second in their relegation group, but were already guaranteed their safety before they played any games in it.


As Jeunesse Hautcharage[edit]

Winners (1): 1970–71

European Competition[edit]

As Jeunesse Hautcharage[edit]

Jeunesse Hautcharage qualified for UEFA European competition once.

First round (1): 1971–72

On their first tie in Europe, they suffered the largest ever aggregate defeat in UEFA competition: 21–0 against Chelsea. Which to this date, is the largest ever aggregate score for an official UEFA football match (but is equal with Feyenoord Rotterdam, who achieved the very same result against US Rumelange winning first leg 9–0 and second 12–0 in 1972–73 UEFA Cup)

As UN Käerjéng 97[edit]

Second qualifying round, 2007–08

After losing the previous season's cup final against F91 Dudelange UN Käerjéng 97 qualified for the UEFA Cup for the second time in the club's history, drawing Norwegian side Lillestrøm in the first qualifying round. Losing merely 2–1 away at Åråsen stadion in itself was a remarkable feat for the club, but after a very surprising 1–0 win at home, UN Käerjéng 97 was through to the second qualifying round on away goals after a 2–2 aggregate score. [1] UN Käerjéng 97 lost 4–0 in the second qualifying round to Standard Liège.

Thus, Käerjéng's overall European record is:

UN Käerjéng 97 8 1 1 6 4 19 −15

Current squad[edit]

As of 25 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
1 Luxembourg GK Jérôme Winckel
2 Luxembourg DF Jerome Marcolino
3 Luxembourg DF Aleksandar Arsenović
4 Luxembourg DF Delvin Skenderović
5 Luxembourg DF Pit Hess
6 France DF Sébastian Do Rosario
7 Luxembourg FW Cristiano Ferreira
8 Luxembourg MF Jérôme Brix
9 Luxembourg MF Fabien Heinz
10 Luxembourg MF Alessandro Fiorani
11 France FW Johann Bernard
14 Luxembourg DF Yannick da Graca
No. Position Player
16 Luxembourg FW Alessandro Alunni
17 Luxembourg MF André Teixeira
18 Luxembourg MF Denis Stumpf
19 Luxembourg MF Sam Loes
20 Luxembourg MF Tim Ewert
21 Luxembourg MF Sergio Soares
22 Luxembourg GK Luca Ivesic
23 Luxembourg DF Noe Ewert
25 Luxembourg GK Tom Weiland
27 Germany FW Amodou Abdullei
28 France MF Nabil Benhamza
29 France FW Leo Terzić
33 Luxembourg MF Chris Stumpf

Former managers[edit]

  • Italy Angelo Fiorucci (July 1, 2000 – June 30, 2009)
  • Luxembourg Claude Heinz (July 1, 2009 – Dec 8, 2009)
  • Luxembourg Roland Schaack (Jan 1, 2010–)


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