Zeitraum, Name, Land, Land, Geburtstag, Alter. Trainer. 08/ - 06/, Marcel Koller · Koller, Schweiz, SUI, , 07/ - 08/, Alexander. 2. Aug. Marcel Koller übernimmt per sofort das Amt des FCB-Cheftrainers und wird Nachfolger von Raphael Wicky an der Seitenlinie. Der jährige. 3. Aug. Der neue Coach des FC Basel war lange weg aus der Schweiz und fort vom Klubfussball. Er ist lockerer geworden. Aber kann das gutgehen?. Meistertitel bereits vier Runden vor Schluss. FC Basel feiert siebten Titel in Serie. Zusammen mit Jürgen Sundermann und Karl Odermatt bildete er nicht nur ein legendäres Mittelfeld, sondern trainierte schliesslich als Spielertrainer , bzw. Streller müsste eigentlich Kollers Chef sein. Geschlossene Gesellschaft beim FC Basel März ; abgerufen am Döttingen Alkohol, gestohlene Esswaren und angepinkelte Fahrzeuge: Wird er der neue Cheftrainer beim FC Basel? Speichern Sie Artikel, die Sie später hören möchten oder die Sie interessieren. Gelegentlich macht die Kurve jedoch auch negative Schlagzeilen. Dieser Service, der von zwei Fans auf privater Basis betrieben wird, steht unter dem Motto: Juni , abgerufen am In der Meisterschaft setzte der FC Basel die am Veranstalter und Besucher hatten dabei ihre Bewertung abgegeben und das Joggeli zur beliebtesten Erlebnislocation gewählt.
Basel won 16 of the 26 games, drawing eight, losing only twice and they scored 60 goals conceding just Roberto Frigerio was the team's top goal scorer with 16 league goals, while Helmut Hauser was second-best with The game went down in football history due to the sit-down strike that followed this goal.
After 88 minutes of play, with the score at 1—1, referee Karl Göppel awarded Basel a controversial penalty: Subsequent to Basel taking the lead, Lausanne players refused to resume the game, sitting down demonstratively on the pitch.
The referee was forced to abandon the match and Basel were awarded the cup with a 3—0 default victory. Basel had won the double for the first time in the club's history.
The league title in —67 led to Basel qualifying to play in the European Cup for the first time, in — Basel, however, were knocked out of the tournament in the First Round by Danish side Akademisk Boldklub.
Basel's next league title was achieved in the —69 Nationalliga A season as they once again finished just one point above the runners-up, this time Lausanne Sports.
In the Swiss Cup, Basel reached the quarter-finals. This championship title meant that Basel could embark on another European adventure, but again they failed to overcome the first hurdle; this time it was Celtic of Scotland.
Nationally in the —70 season , Basel won the league for the fourth time again one point ahead of Lausanne Sports.
In the Swiss Cup, Basel reached the final. Basel did not retain their title the following season despite finishing with the same amount of points as the subsequent champions, Grasshoppers, who won the title on a head-to-head.
After a trophy-less season, Basel again won two league titles in-a-row. The —72 season was the last season for Helmut Benthaus as activ footballer.
Basel won the championship four points ahead of Zürich. In the Swiss Cup, Basel reached the final but were defeated 0—1 by Zürich through a goal in extra time.
The home game attracted 32, spectators, but Basel were defeated 1—2 and lost overall 2—4 on aggregate. The —73 season was Benthaus' eighth season as manager.
Basel won 17 of their 26 league games and won the championship four points ahead of Grasshoppers. Ottmar Hitzfeld was the leagues joint top goal scorer with 18 league goals.
It was played in the summer of as a pre-season tournament to the —73 season. This was won by Basel who defeated FC Winterthur 4—1 in the final in which Hitzfeld scored a hattick.
In the —74 Nationalliga A season Basel finished in just 5th position winning 13 of their 26 league games, drawing twice and suffering 10 defeats, gaining 29 points.
They finished 16 points behind the new champions Zürich. Ottmar Hitzfeld was the teamst top goal scorer with 19 league goals. In the Swiss Cup Basel proceeded to the quarter-finals, in which they played against Sion.
Sion won the two legged round 3—2 on aggregate. Despite Basel's improvement on the European stage, they did not retain the league for another four years.
At the end of the —75 Nationalliga A season Basel finished in fourth position 11 wins, 9 draws, 2 defeats, goals 8 points adrift of FC Zürich who won the championship for the second time in a row.
In the League Cup Basel reached the semi-finals. But they did manage to lift the Swiss Cup in , beating Winterthur 2—1 in the Final after extra time and therefore qualifying for the —76 Cup Winners' Cup.
Basel's long-awaited title-win came in as they triumphed over Servette FC in a playoff. This meant that Basel returned to play in the European Cup, but they were defeated in the first round, once more, by Wacker Innsbruck of Austria , after showing so much promise on their last European outing.
After the success of the —77 season, Basel endured two seasons of below-par performances and mid-table finishes until glory returned in , as Basel won the Nationalliga A title through the playoff.
However, manager Helmut Benthaus left in and in the following seasons, Basel's final league positions started to drop until their relegation into the Nationalliga B in Several managers came and went at the St.
Basel avoided relegation by three points in their first season back at the top-flight, but Andrey left and was replaced by Karl Engel.
Engel led Basel to a fifth-place finish in his first season in charge and a solid mid-table finish in , but he was sacked after a poor start to the —98 campaign , in which Basel finished second-last.
Jörg Berger then took over but lasted only a year in charge before Christian Gross was appointed. Gross' appointment went hand-in-hand with the financial backing that had just been put into the club and it was not long until Basel returned to the top.
Jakob-Park was opened on 15 March , and Basel finished the —01 season in fourth position in the league. Basel ended the qualification round of leading the league table by five points at the winter break.
The Championship round began in February and with ten wins and just one defeat in the first 11 games, Basel pulled away at the top of the table to win the championship three games before the end of the season, their first title for 22 years.
They went on to complete a domestic double , beating Grasshoppers in extra time in the Swiss Cup thanks to a penalty scored by Murat Yakin. Basel started with 13 straight league wins, and went on to complete the first half of the season undefeated, with 17 wins and 1 draw.
Basel remained top of the league for the rest of the season, winning their 10th Swiss championship. As Swiss champions, Basel entered the Champions League in the third qualifying round.
They finished third in the group on seven points and qualified for the Round of 32, where they were defeated 2—0 on aggregate by Lille. In the domestic league, after a poor start, Basel moved to the top of the league table and went on to win the title by ten points.
Basel were knocked out of the Champions League in the third qualifying round by German club Werder Bremen. They finished third in the group, qualifying for the knockout stage.
After beating Monaco and Strasbourg once again, they were eliminated by Middlesbrough in the quarter final.
On 26 February , Basel broke their own club record of 52 unbeaten league games at home, which they extended to The winning streak was ended on the final day of the season with a last-minute goal by Iulian Filipescu giving FC Zürich a win and, in the process, Zürich's first national championship since — This resulted in riots between rival supporters after the match.
In Basel were again runners-up to Zürich in the league, and won the Swiss Cup for the eight time, beating FC Luzern 1—0 in the final.
In the next round, Basel faced a considerably tougher opponent in the form of SV Mattersburg of Austria. Nonetheless, Basel finished the tie off with a 4—0 away win after a 2—1 victory at St.
Basel were then drawn into the group of death of Group D alongside Brann , Dinamo Zagreb , Hamburger SV and Rennes , all of which were ranked within the top three of their own leagues at the start of the stage.
Their next game was away to Dinamo Zagreb in which Basel earned a valuable away point thanks to on form goalkeeper Franco Costanzo, who kept the game at 0—0 for 90 minutes.
They then faced Brann at St. Jakob-Park, where they won 1—0 through a Carlitos free-kick and were highly praised for playing attractive and flowing football.
Basel then faced Sporting CP in the last 32 after qualifying second in the group alongside first-placed Hamburg and third-placed Brann.
The first leg took place on 13 February in Lisbon , where first-choice goalkeeper Franco Costanzo was injured and Basel lost 2—0.
The second leg did not fare any better for Basel. Jakob-Park on 6 April Eren Derdiyok gave Basel the lead in the first half before Bellinzona equalised through Christian Pouga in the second.
It was the last game of the season and Basel only needed a point from the match to win the Championship, but if Young Boys won, then they would be champions, exactly the same situation as the end of the —06 season with FC Zürich.
The painful memories of losing the league on the last day of the season in seemed to spur FCB on as they took an early lead through Valentin Stocker before Marco Streller wrapped up the victory with the second.
The first leg was on 30 July at Ullevi and finished 1—1. Benjamin Huggel put Basel ahead before Thomas Olsson equalised for the home team. The second leg took place on 6 August at St.
Jakob-Park, with Basel coming from behind twice to win 4—2. Afonso Henriques on 13 August ended in a 0—0 draw.
The second leg took place on 27 August at St. Basel lost their opening game 2—1 at St. Jakob-Park on 16 September against Shakhtar.
David Abraham scored a late consolation goal for the home team. On 26 November, Basel travelled to Ukraine to play Shakhtar, where they were thrashed 5—0.
Basel then faced Sporting at home on the final Matchday 9 December and were defeated 1—0. Despite remaining in first or second position for most of the season, Basel finished in third place behind FC Zürich and Young Boys.
German Thorsten Fink was appointed as Basel's new manager on 9 June Basel finished in third place. In domestic affairs, Basel s won the title on the last day of the season against favourites Young Boys at the Stade de Suisse.
Marco Streller was the league's top scorer with 21 goals. In the play-offs to the Champions League, they are drawn against Sheriff Tiraspol.
In the first leg, they defeated Tiraspol 1—0 before winning 3—0 on the road. As replacement, his assistant Vogel was signed as caretaker manager until the winter break.
On 12 December, it was announced that Vogel had signed as head coach and manager. They won with a score of 1—0, scoring in the 86th minute of the game, but then lost in the return leg 7—0, thus eliminating them.
On 15 October , manager Heiko Vogel was sacked by the club and replaced by former player Murat Yakin. In the second half of the season, Basel acquired enough points to finish the season three points ahead of Grasshoppers and to win their fourth title in a row.
As Swiss champions, Basel entered the Champions League in the second qualifying round, where they were drawn against Estonian club Flora Tallinn , winning 5—0 on aggregate.
In the third round, they were drawn against Norwegian club Molde , winning 2—1 on aggregate. In the playoff round, however, Basel lost both games against CFR Cluj from Romania, being knocked out 3—1 on aggregate.
They finished in second place in the table and thus continued after the winter break in the knockout phase round of In the knockout phase round of 32 , Basel were drawn against Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk.
Basel won 3—1 on aggregate. In the round of 16, they were drawn against Zenit Saint Petersburg and, despite being the underdogs, they qualified for the quarter-finals by winning 2—1 on aggregate.
Here Basel were drawn against Tottenham Hotspur , which they beat 4—1 on penalties after a 4—4 aggregate draw to progress to the semi-finals. Both games in the tie ended with a defeat, 1—2 in Basel 1—3 in London.
Jakob-Park against Maccabi Tel Aviv , which they won 4—3 on aggregate. In the first match of the main group stage, Basel notched up a surprising 2—1 away win against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and followed this up with a 1—0 home win in the return fixture at St.
Despite these two results, they only finished in third position in the league table and thus they qualified for the —14 Europa League round of They would face Valencia in the quarter-finals, winning 3—0 at home, but losing 0—5 in Valencia after extra-time.
On 28 May , Basel announced that Paulo Sousa was to become their trainer for the new season and that he had signed a three-year contract. Basel entered the Champions League in the group stage.
Basel entered into the —16 Champions League season in the Third qualifying round. Their initial aim was to remain in the competition and reach the group stage.
Because they finished as group winners, Basel continued in the knockout phase in February They were knocked out of the tournament by the eventual winners, Sevilla , 3—0 in the round of Basel entered into this season's Champions League in the Group stage.
Drawn against French champions Paris Saint-Germain , English team Arsenal and Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad they finished bottom of the group and were eliminated.
Basel won the Swiss Super League for the eighth time in a row - the club's 20th championship title in total.
FC Basel is known for having a big and loyal local following. The fans have also made themselves a name in numerous international matches in recent years.
In November their supporters caused the game against FC Luzern to be stopped after they threw hundreds of tennis balls onto the pitch.
This was in protest at the kick off times being moved to accommodate a tennis tournament on the TV schedule.
The city of Basel and the city of Zürich have a long-standing rivalry. In the past few seasons, the rivalry between FC Zürich and Basel has been fueled by Zürich's narrow league championship wins over Basel.
Supporters from both sides have caused trouble in the past years, with the worst incident happening in May Basel had won the league in —04 and —05 and were set to make it three in a row if they won or drew against Zürich at home on the last day of the —06 season.
Zürich took the lead after a late goal from Iulian Filipescu and consequently won the match and the league.
After the final whistle, players and fans from both teams started fighting on the pitch and in the stands. There is controversy about which rivalry is bigger, the one with Grasshopper or FC Zürich, but it usually depends on the success of these teams.
Basel is known throughout Switzerland for having a good youth system. März als Trainer der Amateurmannschaft zurück. Franco Foda übergab Vogel die Mannschaft als Tabellenerster bzw.
Bei den Grazern erhielt Vogel einen bis Juni laufenden Vertrag. Im Pokalendspiel standen sich beide Mannschaften gegenüber und durch einen 1: November von Vogel.
Heiko Vogel war zusammen mit vier weiteren Persönlichkeiten als Preisträger der Arosa Humorschaufel , eines Jurypreises des Arosa Humor-Festivals , nominiert, erhielt den Preis jedoch nicht.
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