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UN Käerjeng 97

UN Käerjéng 97
UN Käerjéng 97
Full name Uewer Nidder Käerjéng 97
Founded 1997
Ground Stade um Bëchel,
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Luxembourg Nico Zenner
Manager Roland Schaack
League Luxembourg National Division
2009–10 12th
Home colours
Away colours

UN Käerjéng 97 is a football club, based in Bascharage, in south-western Luxembourg.


A young club, it was only formed in 1997 as an amalgam of Union Sportive Bascharage and Jeunesse Hautcharage.

In the 2005–06 season, Käerjéng finished sixth in the National Division. They finished second in their relegation group, but were already guaranteed their safety before they played any games in it.


As Jeunesse Hautcharage

Winners (1): 1970–71

European Competition

As Jeunesse Hautcharage

Jeunesse Hautcharage qualified for UEFA European competition once.

First round (1): 1971–72

On their first tie in Europe, they suffered the largest ever aggregate defeat in UEFA competition: 21–0 against Chelsea. Which to this date, is the largest ever aggregate score for an official UEFA football match (but is equal with Feyenoord Rotterdam, who achieved the very same result against US Rumelange winning first leg 9–0 and second 12–0 in 1972–73 UEFA Cup)

As UN Käerjéng 97

Second qualifying round, 2007–08

After losing the previous season's cup final against Standard Liège.

Thus, Käerjéng's overall European record is:

UN Käerjéng 97 8 1 1 6 4 19 −15

Current squad

2011/12 season[1] 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 Luxembourg GK Jérôme Winckel
2 Germany DF Lars Heller
4 Luxembourg DF Cyrille Welter
5 Luxembourg MF Ernad Sabotic
7 Luxembourg DF Kevin Leite
8 France MF Julien Rolandi
9 France FW Romain Zewe
10 Luxembourg MF Alessandro Fiorani
11 Luxembourg FW Stéphane Da Cruz
12 Romania MF George Negruţ
33 Luxembourg MF Gil Martins
15 Luxembourg DF Jérôme Brix
No. Position Player
19 Portugal DF Paulo da Costa
16 Luxembourg FW Jeff Feller
17 Luxembourg MF Vito Marinelli
18 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Henid Ramdedović
26 France MF Moussa Diabate
20 Luxembourg FW Ken Corral
22 France MF Romain Andres
24 France GK Philippe Stelletta
27 Spain FW Roman Pintel
40 Niger MF Moustapha Valiante
14 England MF Tom R,. Bell

Former managers

  • Italy Angelo Fiorucci (July 1, 2000–June 30, 2009)
  • Luxembourg Claude Heinz (July 1, 2009–Dec 8, 2009)
  • Luxembourg Roland Schaack (Jan 1, 2010–)

Former players


External links

  • UN Käerjéng 97 official website
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