1932-33 FC Basel season

FC Basel
1932–33 season
ChairmanSwitzerland Franz Rinderer
ManagerAustria Karl Kurz
GroundLandhof, Basel
Nationalliga2nd in Group 1
Swiss CupWinners

The 1932–33 season was the Fussball Club Basel 1893's 40th season in their existence and their 33rd consecutive season in the top flight of Swiss football. They played their home games in the Landhof, in the Quarter Kleinbasel.

Overview[]

At the beginning of the season Karl Kurz took over as club trainer. There were eight teams in Group 1 of the 1932–33 Nationalliga. Basel finished their season in second position in the table, with seven victories from 14 games. The play-off game between the second placed teams from both groups was played in Basel in the Stadion Rankhof, but the home team lost 3–4 to Servette FC Genève. In the Swiss Cup Basel advanced to the Final, which was played in the Hardturm in Zürich. Basel won the final 4–3 and thus their first ever title.

Players[]

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 Kurt Imhof
Switzerland Paul Blumer
Germany DF Alfred Enderlin
Switzerland DF Karl Bielser
Germany DF Emil Hummel
Czech Republic DF Vlastimil Borecký
Germany DF Armando Ardizzola
Switzerland DF Ernst Grauer
Switzerland MF Paul Schaub
Switzerland MF Walter Müller
No. Position Player
Switzerland MF Emil Blattmann
Switzerland MF Alfred Schlecht
Switzerland FW Ernst Hufschmid
Austria FW Otto Haftl
Austria FW Ferdinand Wesely
Switzerland FW Alfred Jaeck
Switzerland FW (?) Buser
Austria FW Josef Chloupek
Germany FW Manfred Enderlin
Switzerland Adolf Frey
Switzerland (?) Walter

Results[]

Legend[]

  Win   Draw   Loss

Nationalliga[]

Group 1[]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 Grasshopper Club Zürich 14 10 3 1 56 26 23
2 FC Basel 14 7 4 3 42 29 18
3 FC Lugano 14 6 4 4 18 16 16
4 FC La Chaux-de-Fonds 14 7 1 6 19 15 15
5 Urania Genève Sport 14 5 2 7 32 32 12
6 Young Fellows Zürich 14 5 2 7 29 29 12
7 FC Biel 14 6 0 8 29 45 12
8 Étoile Carouge FC 14 1 2 11 15 48 4

Play-off[]

Swiss Cup[]

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