FC Jeunesse Canach

The FC Jeunesse Canach is a football club in the Luxembourg village of Canach.


The club was founded in 1930 under the name FC Fortuna Canach. When the Second World War, he broke up. After the war, he was re-founded in 1946, but disbanded for seven years later. In 1957 the foundation under the present name. The association commuted for years between the first and second division with four climbs in the 1st Division and a few downs in the 3rd Division, before for the first time in the club's promotion to the 2004/2005 season in the honorary doctorate. After four seasons surprisingly successful promotion to the National Division; he was taken on May 16, 2010 perfect with a win against Wiltz.

After a year in the National Division in season 2010/11 is increased with a 14 and thus last place again in the honorary doctorate. The following season, the immediate back in the Bundesliga.

1st team

FC Jeunesse Canach set a negative record, when they lost the first eleven games in the 2010/11 season. The losing streak was stopped with a 2-1 win against Fola Esch. The Stade de Rue Lenningen has neither light nor flood seats. Patrick Mason is trainer for thirteen years.

Youth work

The Canacher youth could still celebrate any great success. Since the club is situated in a village, it is difficult to find enough young players. Therefore, the association works in the age groups Scolaires and Cadets with Syra Mendorf and Koeppchen Wormeldingen together. Every year in Canach held a football camp, take up to 80 children at that.

2nd team

The second team is first class for three years. She won the trophy twice in a row and almost the triple managed.

Women's team

The women's team came in the 2006-2007 season and was able to quickly celebrate successes. They rose up in the first league. Large share of the rise had the 16 -year-old Sophie Mason with 84 gates. In the season 2010 -2011 the women's team got off again. Meanwhile, Sophie Maurer 's national team with only 17 years. Since the 2011/2012 season the women's team plays in a game of association with Bous and promptly won the first national title ( Futsal Indoor Champions 2012).