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Young Boys

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Established
1898 (119 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
Adi Hütter

Stadium/Home
Stade de Suisse
(32,000 Capacity)

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Stade de Suisse, Bern

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Young Boys of Bern is a Swiss sports club based in the capital city Bern, best known for its professional football team. It is widely referred to as Young Boys, or as Young Boys Bern abroad, and is abbreviated to YB (German pronunciation: , i.e., the Y is pronounced as I). The club's colors are yellow and black.

The first team plays in the Swiss Super League and has won 11 Swiss league championships and six Swiss Cups. In 1957, YB was named the Swiss team of the year. YB is one of the most successful Swiss football clubs internationally, and reached the semi-finals of the European Cup in the 1958–59 season. The club's sports also include field hockey and bowling. The women's hockey team also plays in the highest Swiss League.

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Guillaume Hoar
Kevin Mbabu

Stadium or Home

The Stade de Suisse Wankdorf is a football stadium in Bern, Switzerland.

It is the home ground of the Swiss football team BSC Young Boys, and is currently the second biggest all-seater football stadium in Switzerland.

The Wankdorf was one of the venues for Euro 2008.

The Stade de Suisse was built on the grounds of the former Wankdorf Stadium, which was demolished in 2001. The new stadium has a capacity of 32,000 spectators, all covered seats. Integrated into the roof are solar panels with a yearly production of 1,200,000 kWh. The stadium was officially opened on 30 July 2005, although the first match in the new stadium had already taken place on 16 July 2005. Young Boys played against Olympique Marseille and lost 2–3 with 14,000 spectators watching. The match was considered an "infrastructure test", which is why no more than 14,000 tickets were sold.

The stadium was used by FC Thun for three Champions League home matches in 2005, and for one home match in the UEFA Cup Round of 32 in 2006.

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