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SC Düdingen
SC Düdingen.png
Full name SC Düdingen
Founded 1924
Ground Stadion Birchhölzli,
Düdingen, Switzerland
(Capacity: 3,000)
Chairman Switzerland Pascal Bächler
Manager Switzerland Adrian Kunz
League 1. Liga
2007-08 1. Liga, 8th
Home colours
Away colours

SC Düdingen is a Swiss football club based in Düdingen, Canton Fribourg. They currently play in the Swiss 1. Liga, the third tier of Swiss football.


The club was formed in July of 1924 by a group of young men at the Hotel Bahnhof in Düdingen. The first board of directors at the club consisted of the President Romain de Meyer, his vice-president Jules Sapin and Treasurer Louis Vuarnoz. The ckub did not immediately seek affiliation with the Swiss Football Association, they mostly played friendly matches. In 1974 the club gained their first promotion to the 2nd tier.

Current squad

As of 22 March 2009 (2009 -03-22)

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

No. Position Player
1 Switzerland GK Nicola Jaksic
2 Switzerland DF Mario Sturny
3 Switzerland MF Imanol Carrasco (also Spain)
4 Switzerland DF Christopher Henchoz
5 Switzerland DF Florian Cavigelli
6 Switzerland MF David Schmid
7 Turkey FW Mehmet Arisoy
8 Switzerland MF Yannick Perler
9 Switzerland FW Lukas Schneuwly
10 Brazil FW Stuart McKenzie (also England)
11 Switzerland DF Daniel Spicher
12 Switzerland MF Sandro Reido
No. Position Player
13 Switzerland MF Fabian Stulz
15 Switzerland MF Adrian Sprycher
16 Switzerland FW David Rosas
17 Kosovo FW Ardit Hyseni (also Albania)
18 Switzerland MF Fabian Brügger
19 Switzerland GK Reto Spicher
20 Czech Republic GK Vaclav Pechoucek
21 Switzerland MF Matthias Hadorn
22 Germany GK Cedric Zimmermann
23 Switzerland MF Christoph Kolly
24 Germany GK Stefan Sojcic

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