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FC Chiasso

FC Chiasso
FC Chiasso logo
Full name Football Club Chiasso
Founded 1905
Ground Stadio Comunale, Chiasso
Ground Capacity 11,160
Chairman Davide Lurati
Manager Giancarlo Camolese
League Swiss Challenge League
2014–15 Swiss Challenge League, 8th

FC Chiasso is a Swiss football club based in Chiasso. It was founded in 1905. Chiasso also played in the Italian first league between 1914 and 1923.

The team's most glorious period was between 1948 and 1961, when the team was promoted to the Swiss Super League. The team came second in the 1950–51 season and third the following season.


  • Current squad 1
  • Famous players 2
  • Famous coaches 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Current squad

As of 18 July, 2015. [1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Andrea Guatelli
2 MF Simon Laner (on loan from Verona)
3 DF Michele Monighetti
4 DF Steve Rouiller
5 DF Nicolas Madero
6 DF Andrea Dossena
7 FW Sergio Cortelezzi
8 MF Marco Franin
9 FW Alessandro Ciarrocchi
10 MF Mariano Hassell
11 MF Dragan Mihajlovic
13 DF Nicolas Lüchinger (on loan from St. Gallen)
No. Position Player
14 MF Andrea Maccoppi
19 DF Antonio Felitti
20 MF Eldin Muharemi
22 MF Fabio Cariglia
24 MF Drissa Diarra
25 MF Faicel Hanachi
28 DF Ilija Ivic (on loan from St. Gallen)
30 GK Ilija Kovačič
31 MF Axel De Biasi
32 FW Leonardo Melazzi
34 MF Alberto Regazzoni
42 GK Sebastiano Romano
77 MF Salvatore Guarino

Famous players

Famous coaches


  1. ^

External links

  • Official website (Italian)

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