F91 Dudelange

F91 Dudelange, even Luxembourgish Diddeleng F91 or F91 Dudelange French, is a Luxembourgian football club from the city of Dudelange. The club colors are red and yellow. Home ground is the Stade Jos Nosbaum with a capacity of 4650 seats.

The club was founded in 1991 from the clubs Alliance Dudelange, Stade Dudelange Dudelange and U.S..

History

Stade Dudelange moved during the war of 1942 under the name City of Dudelange FV in the final round of the German championship, but retired in the qualifying round against eventual champions FC Schalke 04 from.

National dominated the club since the turn of the millennium and has won ten championships. In the 2008 /09 season was Dudelange. Two games left in the season with a 1-0 victory at Swift Hesperingen Master This was the fifth championship in a row.

A historic success in the Luxembourg football history was reached in the Champions League season 2005/ 06: As the first club from the F91 Dudelange Luxembourg reached after a victory over HŠK Zrinjski Mostar the second qualifying round. After a 0-1 home defeat it was the return match in Bosnia after the 90th minute 0-0, which would have meant leaving Dudelanges. In injury time the goal was scored to make it 1-0. In the following extension F91 Dudelange made ​​the perfect sensation: The Bosnian champion was still defeated 4-0 F91 Dudelange and was in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. There was, however, after two defeats ( 1:6 and 2:3 ) against the Austrian champions SK Rapid Vienna terminus.

In the season 2011/12 F91 supernatant after two 2-0 wins against the Andorran champions FC Santa Coloma again the first qualifying round of the Champions League. In the second qualifying round, there was a 0:2 - and a 1-3 defeat against Slovenian champions NK Maribor.

On July 17, 2012 F91 Dudelange succeeded in the first leg of the second qualifying round of the Champions League a 1-0 victory against the Austrian champions and cup winners Red Bull Salzburg to give, after a 3:4 defeat in the return leg on away goals for the first time the third qualifying round reached the Champions League in which they lost with 1:4 and 0:1 against NK Maribor and retired. The subsequent opportunity to secure part of the playoff for the Europa League against Hapoel Tel Aviv FC a group space, Dudelange could not use with a 1:3 home and a 0-4 away defeat.

Achievements

  • Championship: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012
  • Coupe de Luxembourg ( cup competition): 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012
  • Five Repeated participation in a European Cup qualifying round
  • Master Title: 1938/39, 1939 /40, 1944/45, 1945/46, 1946/47, 1947/48, 1948/49, 1949/50, 1954/55, 1956/57, 1964 /65.
  • Coupe de Luxembourg ( cup competition): 1938/39, 1947 / 48th
  • As FV City of Dudelange: 1941/42, Master Gauliga Moselle
  • Coupe de Luxembourg ( cup competition): 1960/61, 1961/62
  • Coupe de Luxembourg ( cup competition): 1957/58
  • Eight Repeated participation in a European Cup qualifying round
  • As SV Dudelange 1941-1944 Gauligist (Mosel Country Western )

Known players (selection)

Current player

  • Luxembourg Massimo Martino, played before switching Dudelange, among others, in the 3rd league ( an insert for the Wuppertal SV)

Former players

  • France Daniel Gomez, he played in his career, among others, in the second German league for Alemannia Aachen and Energie Cottbus. In 2004, he was with Aachen in the DFB Cup final, with Cottbus in 2006 it rose to the Bundesliga
  • France Jonathan Hunter, played before his time in Dudelange in the German Bundesliga (37 inserts for SC Freiburg )
  • Germany Roger Lutz, former German Bundesliga Players at the 1 FC Kaiserslautern. He was from 2000 to 2003 players in Dudelange, where he ended his career for the time being. He then led the team as a coach for Cup victory in 2004.
  • Germany Dino Toppmöller, former German second division players and former players in the English Premier League. He played in the second half of the 2009/10 season in Dudelange.
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