Marco Aratore

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Marco Aratore
Marco Aratore 2018.jpg
Aratore (l.) In the jersey of Ural Yekaterinburg (2018)
Surname Marco Calogero Aratore
birthday 4th June 1991
place of birth BaselSwitzerland
Size 177 cm
position midfield
Years station
1999-2008 FC Basel
Years station Games (goals) 1
2008-2016 FC Basel U-21 34 (18)
2009-2013 FC Basel 6 0(1)
2010 →  FC Thun  (loan) 7 0(2)
2010–2012 →  FC Aarau  (loan) 45 0(4)
2013 →  FC Winterthur  (loan) 18 0(5)
2013-2014 FC Winterthur 35 (14)
2014-2018 FC St. Gallen 130 (18)
2018– Urals Yekaterinburg 19 0(0)
2019-2020 →  FC Lugano  (loan) 22 0(3)
National team
Years selection Games (goals) 2
2006-2007 Switzerland U-16 9 0(0)
2007-2008 Switzerland U-17 9 0(2)
2009-2009 Switzerland U-18 7 0(3)
2009-2010 Switzerland U-19 13 0(3)
2010–2012 Switzerland U-19 9 0(1)
1 Only league games are given.
As of July 6, 2020

2 As of April 18, 2012

Marco Calogero Aratore (born June 4, 1991 ) is a Swiss - Italian football player .

Club career

Marco Aratore began his career in the youth department of FC Basel , which he went through from 1999 to 2008. In summer 2008 he was finally accepted into the squad of the U-21 team at FC Basel. In the 2008/09 season he ran in 13 games in the first division (third division) and scored five goals for the Basler. In the 2009/10 season Aratore was included in the squad of the first team of FC Basel, he played six competitive games (one in the Super League , one in the Swiss Cup and four in the UEFA Europa League ). He scored one goal and prepared three more goals. He successfully played three games in the Europa League qualification with FC Basel and was substituted on in the group stage at the game against CSKA Sofia in the 64th minute. Aratore was also used in the same season in the U-21, as the attacking midfielder managed a goal in four games.

On March 27, 2010 he switched to FC Thun in the Challenge League as a loan player until the end of the season . He was used in seven championship games and prepared four hits and scored two goals. The Bernese Oberland club, which had several young Basel players on its team, became Challenge League champions this season and promoted to the Axpo Super League .

In the 2010/11 season Aratore was loaned to Aarau for two years. During this time he came in two seasons to 49 appearances, scoring four goals and preparing fourteen.

In August 2012 he moved back to Basel, but has since played in the U-21 team of FC Basel, where he made 16 appearances from the start in the preliminary round and scored 13 goals, and put forward 12 more goals. On January 17th it became known that he was loaned to Winterthur . Winterthur definitely took him over from FC Basel in the summer of 2013. At Zurich he scored 19 goals in 53 championship games and recorded 15 assists. In summer 2014 Aratore moved to FC St. Gallen .

On May 17, 2016 he shot FC Zurich into misery with two goals and FC St. Gallen secured the league with a 3-0 win over the city of Zurich.

In 2018 he moved to the Premjer League for Ural Yekaterinburg . For the 2019/20 season, Aratore is loaned to FC Lugano .

National team

Aratore has also been used in international meetings. At a U-16 four-country tournament in Northern Ireland, Aratore was voted best player of the tournament. With the U-19 national team, he played four friendly matches against the teams from Croatia, Austria, Denmark and Italy in 2009/10 (a total of 13 games in which he scored 3 goals). This was followed by further international appearances with the U-20 national team (a total of 9 games in which he scored a goal).


FC Thun

FC Basel

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Marco Aratore - performance data 15/16. In: Retrieved May 18, 2016 .
  2. 20 minutes - Basels Aratore on loan to Thun - Sporttelegram. In: 20 minutes. Retrieved May 18, 2016 .
  3. Lugano stumbles - Thun rises. In: sport.sf. Archived from the original on May 18, 2010 ; Retrieved October 8, 2010 .
  4. FC Basel loaned Aratore to Aarau. In: September 7, 2010, accessed May 18, 2016 .
  5. Aratore on loan to FC Winterthur. In: FC Basel 1893. January 17, 2013, accessed on January 17, 2013 .
  6. ↑ Photo series ascent celebration. In: Archived from the original on July 20, 2012 ; accessed on May 18, 2016 .
  7. Two more titles for FCB youngsters. In: FC Basel 1893. Archived from the original on December 30, 2013 ; Retrieved June 18, 2006 .
  8. The U16 are Swiss champions. In: FC Basel 1893. Archived from the original on January 6, 2014 ; Retrieved June 17, 2007 .