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Urania Genève Sport
Urania Genve Sport.png
Full name Urania Genève Sport
Founded 1896
Ground Stade de Frontenex
(Capacity: 4,000)
Chairman Yves Grange
Manager David Joye
League 1. Liga, Switzerland
Home colours
Away colours

Urania Genève Sport is a Swiss omnisport club based in Geneva. Its football section was founded in 1896.

Contents

History

Players

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
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10 TBD
No. Position Player
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Notable former players

Managers

Managerial history

  • 1928-29 Waldvogel
  • (1932) Conrad Ross
  • 1940-49 Albert Châtelain
  • 1949-50 Ludwick Dupal
  • 1950-53 Georges Aeby
  • 1953-60 Genia Walachek
  • 1961-71 Albert Châtelain
  • 1971-72 Roland Guillod
  • 1972-73 René Schneider
  • 1973-74 Albert Châtelain
  • 1974-76 Francis Anker
  • 1976-77 Gaston Sar
  • Jean Coutaz
  • 1981-84 Rody Tschan
  • 1987-89 Paul Garbani
  • 1989-93 Gérard Castella
  • 1993-94 Miroslav Tlokinski
  • 1994-95 Paul Garbani
  • 1997-01 Paul Garbani
  • 2001-02 Albert Châtelain
  • 2002-05 Jean-Noël Dumont
  • 2005- Borisav Mitrovic
  • David Joye[1]

Honours

  • Swiss Cup
    • Champions : 1929
    • Runners-up : 1932

References

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