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Established
1907 (113 years old)

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Soccer

Stadium/Home
WWK Arena
(30,660 Capacity)

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Augsburg, Germany

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German Bundesliga
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Fußball-Club Augsburg 1907 e. V., commonly known as FC Augsburg (German pronunciation: ) or Augsburg, is a German football club based in Augsburg, Bavaria. FC Augsburg play in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system. The team was founded as Fußball-Klub Alemania Augsburg in 1907 and played as BC Augsburg from 1921 to 1969. With over 12,200 members, it is the largest football club in Swabian Bavaria.

FC Augsburg, which has long fluctuated between the second and third division, experienced a difficult time in the early 2000s, suffering relegation to the fourth division for two seasons. FCA recovered from this, returning to professional football in 2006. At the end of the 2010–11 season, Augsburg were promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time. Since 2009, FC Augsburg's stadium has been the WWK ARENA.

Team Members
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Daniel
Baier
#10




Noah
Sarenren #17




Iago
Amaral #22




Sergio
Córdova
#9




Alfred
Finnbogason
#27




Raphael
Framberger
#32




Felix
Götze
#4




Jeffrey
Gouweleeuw
#6




Carlos
Gruezo
#25




André
Hahn
#28




Fredrik
Jensen
#24




Rani
Khedira
#8




Tomáš
Koubek
#21



Stephan
Lichtsteiner
#2




Eduard
Löwen
#29




Philipp
Max
#31




Jan
Moravek
#14




Florian
Niederlechner
#7




Reece
Oxford
#36




Marco
Richter
#23




Julian
Schieber
#20




Jozo
Stanić
#15




Marek
Suchý
#5




Georg
Teigl
#34




Felix
Uduokhai
#19




Ruben
Vargas
#16



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Stadium or Home

Augsburg Arena, currently known commercially as the WWK Arena (German pronunciation: , officially stylised as WWK ARENA) is a football stadium in Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. It is used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of FC Augsburg.

The stadium has a capacity of 30,660 with 19,060 seats and standing room for 11,034. A second phase of construction could expand capacity to 49,000 in the future. It replaced the club's previous home stadium, Rosenaustadion.

During the time of designing and constructing the stadium, it was called "Augsburg Arena" . It was opened as "Impuls Arena" (, officially stylised as impuls arena), and was renamed "SGL Arena" (, officially stylised as SGL arena) after SGL Carbon acquired the naming rights for the structure in May 2011. The contract had a term of seven years and began on 1 July 2011. On 1 July 2015 the stadium naming rights were acquired by WWK, an insurance company, changing the official name of the stadium to "WWK ARENA".

Augsburg was one of the official host cities of the 2010 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup and the subsequent 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup. The Impuls arena was the location of several matches during the group stage and the quarterfinals. During the FIFA-competitions it was renamed "FIFA Women's World Cup Stadium Augsburg".

WWK Arena is the first climate-neutral football stadium in the world. The carbon neutrality was achieved by six ecological heat pumps (40 m deep), which produce the desired temperature via heat exchangers. A bio natural gas boiler also supplies the necessary energy during peak load times at a game. In 2017, a new stadium facade will be made for the WWK Arena.

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