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FC Lausanne-Sports
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Founded 1896 (1860)
Ground Stade Olympique de la Pontaise
(Capacity: 15 850)
President Jean-François Collet
Head Coach John Dragani
League Challenge League
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Lausanne Sports (also referred to as LS) is a sports club from Lausanne, Switzerland. It is most famous for its football department (FC Lausanne-Sport), but the club has also athletics, sport rowing, and rink hockey departments.



The football-section was founded in 1896 under the name of Montriond Lausanne. However, the Lausanne Football and Cricket Club was established in 1860, believed to be the oldest football club on the European continent by some historians.[citation needed] The club took its current name in 1920 after the football section merged with the Club Hygiénique de Lausanne, a physical education club.


FC Lausanne-Sport won the Swiss Super League seven times and the Swiss Cup nine times. The club currently play in the Swiss Challenge League. The club play at the Stade Olympique de la Pontaise (16'000, all seated), a stadium used for the 1954 FIFA World Cup.


Current squad

As of 13 February, 2010

  n°   Player Position Born Nationality Arrival date
1 Antohny Favre Goalkeeper 2 January 1984  Switzerland 2005
18 Mathieu Debonnaire Goalkeeper 26 April 1987  Switzerland Formed at club
25 Damein Djuric Goalkeeper 26 January 1991  Switzerland Formed at club
4 Marlon Baluzeyi Defender 20 January 1988  Democratic Republic of the Congo Formed at club
5 Baptiste Bunstschu Defender 26 February 1990  Switzerland Formed at club
6 Guillaume Katz Defender 14 February 1989  Switzerland Formed at club
14 Sébastien Meoli Defender 2 August 1980  Switzerland 2010
17 Admir Bilibani Defender 17 Nobember 1979  Switzerland 2008
22 Fabian Geiser Defender 4 April 1983  Switzerland 2009
24 Jérôme Sonnerat Defender 19 February 1985  France 2007
2 Dylan Stadelmann Midfielder 30 January 1989  Switzerland Formed at club
3 Dadie Mayila Midfielder 11 January 1990  Democratic Republic of the Congo 2009
7 Nelson Borges Midfielder 17 October 1992  Portugal Formed at club
8 David Vandenbossche Midfielder 27 September 1980  France 2010
12 Stevo Gasic Midfielder 19 May 1991  Switzerland Formed at club
20 Nicolas Marazzi Midfielder 13 August 1981  Switzerland 2008
21 Bertrand Ndzomo Midfielder 18 June 1985  France 2009
26 Nicolas Tebib Midfielder 5 February 1988  France 2009
30 Rodrigo Tosi Midfielder 5 January 1983  Brazil 2009
9 Gaspar Striker 18 May 1981  Brazil 2010
10 Franck Madou Striker 15 September 1987  France 2009
11 Nicolas Hélin Striker 4 November 1983  France 2008
13 Luis Pimenta Striker 19 September 1983  Portugal 2008
19 Abdul Carrupt Striker 28 December 1985  Switzerland 2007

Former famous players

See also Cat:Lausanne Sports players.

Former coaches

Lausanne Sport Rowing

Lausanne-Sports Aviron is the rowing club of Lausanne Sports.

External links

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