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Established
1904 (115 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Mage Solar
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Location
Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg

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German Bundesliga

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Sport-Club Freiburg e.V., commonly known as SC Freiburg (German pronunciation: ), is a German football club, based in the city of Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg. It plays in the 2. Bundesliga, the second tier of professional football in Germany, having been releagated from the top flight in 2015. Freiburg has traditionally bounced between the first and second tier of the German football league system, leading to the fan chant "We go down, we go up, we go into the UEFA Cup!" during the 1990s.

Since 1954, the club's stadium has been the Schwarzwald-Stadion. Volker Finke, who was the club's manager between 1991 and 2007, was the longest-serving manager in the history of professional football in Germany. Joachim Löw, current manager of the German national team, is the club's all-time leading goal scorer with 81 goals in 252 games during his three spells at SCF.

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Stadium or Home

The Schwarzwald-Stadion is a football stadium in Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Sport-Club Freiburg. The stadium holds 24,000 spectators and was built in 1953. The stadium was called the Dreisamstadion until June 2004. Following that it was named the Badenova-Stadion, the Mage Solar Stadion, and for a short time the Stadion an der Schwarzwaldstraße. Due to a sponsorship deal, it is currently named the Schwarzwald-Stadion.

In 2012, modernising the stadium was deemed unprofitable. In February 2015, a hotly discussed referendum was held to determine whether a new stadium should be built and if so, where. The citizens of Freiburg who participated in the referendum voted in favour of the construction of a new stadium at the Wolfswinkel nearby Freiburg's municipal airport.

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