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SC Zofingen
Full name SC Zofingen
Founded 1896
Ground Sportanlagen Trinermatten,
Zofingen, Switzerland
(Capacity: 2,000)
Chairman ItalyPietro di Natale
Manager Switzerland Peter Schädler
League 1. Liga
2007-08 1. Liga, 14th
Home colours
Away colours

SC Zofingen is a Swiss football club based in Zofingen, Canton Aargau which is a short distance from Zurich. It was founded on 10 August 1896. They currently play in the Swiss 1. Liga, the third tier of Swiss football.



In 1971 the club were promoted to the Challenge League, the 2nd tier of the Swiss football pyramid. In 1973 the club were relegated to the third tier and the following year into the fourth tier. In 1984 the club were promoted to the Swiss 1. Liga. In 1989 the club won the Swiss 1. Liga but could not move into the Challenge League as their stadium was not good enough. In 1990 the club were again champions of the Swiss 1. Liga but failed to win the play off match and so were not promoted. In a dramatic game against FC Kölliken in Lenzburg the club missed a penalty and eventually lost 1-0.

Current squad

As of 22 October 2009 (2009 -10-22)

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 Javier Crespo
2 Switzerland MF Ricardo Mior
3 Brazil DF Samuel Da Silva
4 Brazil FW Lopes De Castro
5 Switzerland DF Martin Berisha
6 Switzerland MF Saverio Perri
7 Argentina DF Marcio Dias
8 Italy MF Cesar Sant Anna
9 Croatia MF Markus Mjatovic
10 Switzerland MF Henrique Ben
No.   Position Player
12 Nigeria DF Sunday Okenwa
13 Zimbabwe FW Calderon Mavembo
14 Switzerland MF Robi Majic
15 Switzerland MF Lino Zobrist
16 Turkey FW Volkan Karaboga
17 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Mario Andelic
18 Switzerland FW Fatih Celebi
20 Brazil FW Kleber Fortes Do Carmo
21 Switzerland FW Manuel Zobrist
22 Switzerland GK Patrick Brunner


The club play at Sportanlagen Trinermatten, which opened in 1974. The stadium has one covered grandstand with seating for 670.

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