Servette FC

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Servette
Servette FC.svg
Full nameAssociation du
Servette Football Club
Nickname(s)Les Grenats (The Maroons)
Founded20 March 1890; 132 years ago (1890-03-20)
GroundStade de Genève
Capacity30,084
Owner1890 Foundation
ChairmanDidier Fischer
ManagerAlain Geiger
LeagueSwiss Super League
2021–22Swiss Super League, 6th of 10
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Servette FC is a Swiss football club from Geneva. The club was founded in March 1890 with rugby as its first sporting activity. It is named after the Geneva district of the same name. The football section was founded on 17 January 1900. They play in the Swiss Super League.

Servette is one of Switzerland's most successful clubs. They won 17 national titles and 7 Swiss cups. For most of its history the club was in the highest league.

After the last title 1998 Servette had financial problems. The club was relegated to the third division in 2004–05 due to a bankruptcy. Until this bankruptcy, Servette was the only Swiss club to have remained in the top league since its creation in 1890. Servette was the only club to have never been relegated for sporting reasons, until they finished in last place in the 2012–2013 season.

After the 2005–06 season the club was promoted to the Swiss Challenge League where they stayed until 2011. Servette earned promotion to the Swiss Super League 2011. They were relegated at the end of the 2013 season and came back in 2019.

Stadium[change | change source]

The home ground of Servette is the Stade de Genève. It was opened on 16 March 2003 after three years of construction. The opening match was played between Servette and Young Boys. The capacity is 30,084. The stadium hosted three group matches in the 2008 European Football Championship.

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 8 July, 2022[1]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Switzerland  Switzerland Steven Deana
2 DF France France Moussa Diallo
3 DF France France Gaël Clichy
4 DF Switzerland  Switzerland Steve Rouiller
5 MF Bolivia Bolivia Boris Céspedes
7 FW Germany Germany Patrick Pflücke
8 MF France France Timothé Cognat
9 MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Miroslav Stevanović
10 MF Switzerland  Switzerland Alexis Antunes
11 MF France France Boubacar Fofana
14 FW Switzerland  Switzerland Dimitri Oberlin
15 MF France France Theo Valls
19 DF France France Yoan Severin
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 DF Switzerland  Switzerland Théo Magnin
22 DF Switzerland  Switzerland Valton Behrami
23 FW France France Ronny Rodelin
24 DF Switzerland  Switzerland Malik Sawadogo
25 MF Switzerland  Switzerland Sidiki Camara
26 DF Austria Austria Moritz Bauer
28 MF France France David Douline
29 FW Ivory Coast Ivory Coast Chris Bedia
30 MF Senegal Senegal Samba Diba
32 GK Switzerland  Switzerland Jérémy Frick
33 DF Switzerland  Switzerland Nicolas Vouilloz
34 DF Switzerland  Switzerland Roggerio Nyakossi
35 DF Portugal Portugal Diogo Monteiro
40 GK Switzerland  Switzerland Edin Omeragic

Honours[change | change source]

Managers[change | change source]

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References[change | change source]

  1. League, Swiss Football. "Servette FC- Swiss Football League". www.sfl.ch.
  2. García, Javier (2009). "International Tournaments (Paris) 1904–1935: Tournoi de Pentecôte de Paris". rsssf.com. RSSSF. Archived from the original on 20 February 2020. Retrieved 1 July 2022.
  3. "SERVETTE F. C. – Trainer" (PDF). Super-Servette. Retrieved 7 April 2008.

Other websites[change | change source]

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