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Established
1908 (114 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Cornaredo Stadium
(6,330 Capacity)

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Swiss Super League

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Upcoming Events
02 Oct 22 Lugano  -  Servette
09 Oct 22 Lugano  -  FC Basel
16 Oct 22 St. Gallen  -  Lugano
19 Oct 22 Lugano  -  Young Boys
22 Oct 22 Lucerne  -  Lugano

Latest Results
11 Sep 22 Young Boys  3 - 0  Lugano
03 Sep 22 Zurich  1 - 2  Lugano
28 Aug 22 Lugano  2 - 3  St. Gallen
14 Aug 22 FC Basel  0 - 2  Lugano
11 Aug 22 Hapoel Beer  3 - 1  Lugano

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FC Lugano is a Swiss football club based in Lugano. The club was refounded as AC Lugano in 2004 as a result of relegation and the financial situation of FC Lugano, which was founded in 1908. In 2008, the club reverted to its original name, FC Lugano. They play at the Stadio Cornaredo. They have played in what is now the Swiss Super League during the periods of 1922–53, 1954–60, 1961–63, 1964–76, 1979–80, 1988–97, 1998–02, and from 2015.

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Ignacio
Aliseda




Boris
Babic
#34



Noam
Baumann
#46



Mattia
Bottani
#10



Žan
Celar
#19



Nicola
Dalmonte
#23



Fabio
Daprelà
#30



Mickaël
Facchinetti
#7



Kreshnik
Hajrizi
#4



Numa
Lavanchy
#16



Hicham
Mahou
#20



Mijat
Marić




Sebastian
Osigwe
#58



Jonathan
Perfecto




Kevin
Rüegg
#27



Renato
Steffen




Reto
Ziegler
#3


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Stadium or Home

Cornaredo Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Lugano, Switzerland. It is used mostly for football matches. It is a home ground of FC Lugano. The stadium is able to hold 15,000 people and was built in 1951. The stadium has 5,000 seats and 10,000 standing places. During the 1954 FIFA World Cup, it hosted one game.

During the spring 2008, the political authorities of Lugano announced a plan to renew the stadium to fulfil the Swiss Football League requirements for Super League stadiums, however, the works never commenced.

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