Der FC Wil (Eigenschreibweise: FC Wil ) ist ein schweizerischer Fussballverein, der um das Jahr gegründet wurde. Seinen Sitz hat er in der Stadt Wil. Der FC Wil ist ein schweizerischer Fussballverein, der um das Jahr gegründet wurde. Seinen Sitz hat er in der Stadt Wil im Kanton St. Gallen. gewann der Verein den Schweizer Cup, stieg zugleich aber in die zweithöchste Liga ab, wo er. FC Wil , Wil SG. 6,6 хиљ. свиђања. FC Wil, ein Sportverein, Fussball Club und Nachwuchsförderer.
FC Wil 1900Der FC Wil (Eigenschreibweise: FC Wil ) ist ein schweizerischer Fussballverein, der um das Jahr gegründet wurde. Seinen Sitz hat er in der Stadt Wil. Alles zum Verein FC Wil (Challenge League) ➤ aktueller Kader mit Marktwerten ➤ Transfers ➤ Gerüchte ➤ Spieler-Statistiken ➤ Spielplan ➤ News. Knapp zwei Stunden vor Spielbeginn ist die Challenge-League-Partie des FC Wil auf der Pontaise gegen Stade Lausanne-Ouchy verschoben worden.
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Valon Fazliu V. Lavdim Zumberi L. Mergim Brahimi M. Noah Blasucci N. Alessandro Paunescu A. Samuel Ballet S.
Noah Jones N. Luan Abazi L. Maren Haile-Selassie Linkes Mittelfeld. Jan Kronig Innenverteidiger. Lavdim Zumberi Offensives Mittelfeld. Robin Kamber Defensives Mittelfeld.
Philipp Köhn Torwart. Alle Zugänge. Andrea Padula Linker Verteidiger. Kwadwo Duah Rechtes Mittelfeld. Zivko Kostadinovic Torwart. Lars Traber Innenverteidiger.
Anthony Mossi Torwart. Alle Abgänge. Valon Fazliu Offensives Mittelfeld. Philipp Muntwiler Defensives Mittelfeld. Noah Jones Mittelstürmer. Samuel Ballet Mittelstürmer.
Alle Torschützen. Bledian Krasniqi Zentrales Mittelfeld. Oliver Mayer Linkes Mittelfeld. Alle Scorer. After ceasing operations in World War I and a revival in , the club achieved promotion to the second division in before being forced to withdraw from the competition due to losing most of their players.
Thanks to a particularly talented youth team, which won the Swiss youth competition in , the club was able to build a base for a new team.
They soon achieved several promotions in , , , and to reach the Nationalliga B , from where they were relegated in as their golden generation began to retire.
From there, the club spend several decades in the lower leagues until in , where the club appointed Christian Gross as player manager.
Gross managed the club between and and achieved two promotions to reach the NLB for the second time, before leaving for Grasshopper Club Zürich.
In Wil were promoted to the top flight for the first time in history. They achieved a 4th place in their first season, earning themselves a place in the Intertoto Cup.
The following season, they reached the third round in their European debut, losing to FC Nantes. He was given a jail term of five years.
Approximately 10 million Swiss francs was discovered to have ended up at the club, whose repayment UBS waived as the other board members knew nothing of it.
After the Andreas Hafen saga the club was taken over by Ukrainian footballer Igor Belanov and his time in charge of the club was marked by a frequent changes of coaches.
FC Wil won the final of the Swiss Cup against Grasshopper Club Zürich while at the same time being relegated to the second division, under the management of Aleksandr Zavarov who, lacking the necessary UEFA licence to be a coach, was officially given the position of director of football.
A task-force has formed as a result to save the club from bankruptcy, with the mission of significantly reducing the exorbitant expenses introduced by the investors.
Roger Bigger returned as president to stabilize the club, after having resigned with the arrival of the investors.
However, he definitively stepped down in November , having led the club since Contrary to the former investors' ambitions to play in the Europa League, it pledged to return to its roots as a team that focuses on developing and furthering the careers of younger players, settling securely in the Challenge League.
Wil play in the Sportpark Bergholz with a total capacity of 6, The stadium contains seats and 5, standing places.
It is part of the eponymous sports facility, which also contains swimming pools and an ice hockey rink , that was newly built at the site of their old ground in , for the cost of around 11 million Swiss francs.
Argtim Ismaili A. Ivan Sarcevic I. Bledian Krasniqi B. Kastrijot Ndau K. Marko Krunic M. Maren Haile-Selassie M.
Oliver Mayer O. Valon Fazliu V. Lavdim Zumberi L. Mergim Brahimi M. Noah Blasucci N. Alessandro Paunescu A.
Samuel Ballet S. Noah Jones N. Luan Abazi L. Maren Haile-Selassie Left Midfield. Jan Kronig Centre-Back. Lavdim Zumberi Attacking Midfield.
Robin Kamber Defensive Midfield. Philipp Köhn Goalkeeper. All arrivals. Andrea Padula Left-Back. Kwadwo Duah Right Midfield.
Zivko Kostadinovic Goalkeeper. Free transfer. Lars Traber Centre-Back. Anthony Mossi Goalkeeper. All departures.
Valon Fazliu Attacking Midfield. Mettler 19 years old 3 0. Sauter 19 years old 10 0. Krunic 19 years old 1 0.
Brahimi 28 years old 8 1. Haile-Selassie 21 years old 11 1. Krasniqi 19 years old 11 1. Kamber 24 years old 8 1. Mayer 20 years old 2 0.
Ndau 21 years old 0 0. Fazliu 24 years old 10 2. Blasucci 21 years old 0 0. Muntwiler 33 years old 11 2.