1901–02 FC Basel season

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FC Basel
1901–02 season
Chairman Switzerland Emanuel Schiess
First team coach unknown
Ground Landhof, Basel
Serie A Central group 2nd

The FC Basel 1901–02 season was their ninth season in their existence. It was the third season that they played for the Swiss championship in the Series A. The clubs chairmann was Emanuel Schiess. This was his second period as the clubs chairmann. Basel played their home games in the Landhof in the Quarter Kleinbasel.


The Swiss Serie A season 1901–02 was divided into three regional groups, east, central and west. Basel were allocated to the central group together with the Young Boys Bern and three other teams from Basel, these being Old Boys Basel, Fortuna Basel and Excelsior Basel. Excelsior opted out after half of the season, the results being counted. Basel completed the central division with seven games, five victories and two defeats with ten points, but were one point behind YB who qualified for the finals. FC Zürich won the championship.[1]


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Switzerland GK Paul Hofer
Switzerland FW Emanuel Schiess
Switzerland FW Karl Schneider
Switzerland MF Ernst-Alfred Thalmann
Switzerland FW Rudolf Gossweiler
Switzerland FW Emil Hasler
Switzerland FW Daniel Hug
Switzerland FW Rudolf Landerer
Switzerland FW Dr. Siegfried Pfeiffer
Switzerland FW Hans Riggenbach (Riggenbach II)
Switzerland (?) Champod
No. Position Player
England Archibald E. Gough
Switzerland Eduard Laubi
Switzerland P. Lozéron
Switzerland Paul Nosch
Switzerland Adolf Ramseier
Switzerland Hans Rietmann
Switzerland Alphonse Schorpp
Switzerland Ernst Stutz (Stutz I)
Switzerland Werner Stutz (Stutz II)
Switzerland Fritz Schweizer
Switzerland Paul Thalmann (Thalmann III)


Serie A[edit]

Group central league table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts Remarks
1 Young Boys Bern 7 5 1 1 26 8 11 Qualified for final
2 FC Basel 7 5 0 2 15 7 10
3 BSC Old Boys Basel 7 4 1 2 27 6 9
4 Fortuna Basel 7 1 0 6 15 49 2
5 Excelsior Basel 4 0 0 4 1 29 0

See also[edit]



  1. ^ fcz.ch (2014). "Markante Daten aus der Vereinsgeschichte". fcz.ch. Retrieved 2014-11-16. 

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