MILAN - José Mourinho's Italian champions will travel to Liechtenstein on Saturday 14 November for a friendly match against local outfit Fussball Club Vaduz at the Rheinpark Stadion (kick-off 17:00).
Vaduz, coached by ex-player Pierre Littbarski (a World Cup winner with Germany in 1990 and runner-up in 1982 and 1986) play in the Challenge League (Swiss second division) and currently share top spot with Lugano (who have a game in hand), with 25 points from 13 games.
Liechtenstein's premier club have won the national cup 38 times and have participated in the qualifying rounds of the UEFA Cup (now called the Europa League) since 1992. This season they were knocked out by Slovan Liberec in the second round of qualifying in August.
A recorded broadcast of the match will be shown on Inter Channel later on Saturday evening.
FC Vaduz squad:
Goalkeepers: 18 Steven Deana (Switzerland), 1 Peter Jehle (Liechtenstein), 25 Fabio Rosamina (Switzerland).
Defenders: 3 Pascal Bader (Switzerland), 22 Pascal Cerrone (Switzerland), 4 Quirin Löppert (Germany), 27 Emil Noll (Germany), 2 Martin Rechsteiner (Liechtenstein), 21 Marco Ritzberger (Liechtenstein), 23 Michael Stegmayer (Germany), 5 Marco Steil (Germany).
Midfielders: 20 Yusuf Akyer (Switzerland), 7 Damian Bellón (Spain-Switzerland), 11 Franz Burgmeier (Liechtenstein), 16 Anto Franjić (Bosnia), 24 Dennis Kempe (Germany), 10 Kai Koitka (Germany), 6 Michael Stuckmann (Germany), 30 Bruno Sutter (Switzerland).
Strikers: 29 Mathias Christen (Liechtenstein), 8 Marco Colocci (Switzerland), 19 Benjamin Fischer (Liechtenstein), 13 Michel Petrick (Germany), 9 Nick Proschwitz (Germany), 17 Adan Rebronja (Switzerland).