FC Blue Boys Muhlenbach
|Blue Boys Muhlenbach|
|Surname||Football Club Blue Boys Muhlenbach|
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Fangio Buyse|
|Venue||Stade Mathias Mamer|
|2018/19||2nd place ( honorary doctorate )|
The association was founded in 1932. In 1940 it was renamed Sport Verein Muhlenbach during the Second World War. In 1944 it was renamed to its original name. In 2009 the club was renamed Cercle Sportif Muhlenbach Lusitanos because of its many Portuguese members and in 2012 it was renamed FC Muhlenbach-Sandzak (the club FC Flaxweiler / Beyren had disbanded and almost all players moved to Muhlenbach). In late 2012 it was renamed back to its original name, FC Blue Boys Muhlenbach.
From 2013 to 2015 the club played in the second-rate honorary doctorate . In the 2014/15 season they were relegated to the third-class 1st division. In 2017 the club returned to the honorary doctorate. At the end of the 2018/19 season , the Blue Boys rose to the BGL Ligue for the first time in the club's history as runner-up in the honorary doctorate .
In the cup you could reach the quarter-finals in the 1999/2000 season, which is the greatest success in the competition for the club so far.
Before the 2019/20 season , the president of the now Muslim -influenced association, Mersija Dragolovcanin , provided something to talk about in an interview with the Luxembourg newspaper Tageblatt . She announced that due to the religious views of the club, there was now a complete ban on alcohol at home games. This caused a wave of indignation in Luxembourg.
- FC Blue Boys Muhlenbach at fussball-lux
- tageblatt.lu: Football, God willing - Religious beer ban at FC Mühlenbach. Retrieved August 17, 2019 .