JS Kabylie


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1946 (77 years old)


Stade du 1er Novembre 1954
(21,240 Capacity)

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Tizi Ouzou, Algeria

The Lions of Djurdjura

Algerian Ligue 1
CAF Confederation Cup
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Upcoming Events
13 Jun 23 JS Saoura  -  JS Kabylie
19 Jun 23 JS Kabylie  -  US Biskra
23 Jun 23 RC Arba  -  JS Kabylie
27 Jun 23 JS Kabylie  -  NC Magra
01 Jul 23 CR Belouizdad  -  JS Kabylie

Latest Results
06 Jun 23 JS Kabylie  2 - 0  MC Alger
31 May 23 ES Sétif  1 - 1  JS Kabylie
18 May 23 JS Kabylie  4 - 0  MC Oran
13 May 23 JS Kabylie  3 - 1  El Bayadh
09 May 23 Khenchela  0 - 0  JS Kabylie

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Jeunesse Sportive de Kabylie (Arabic: شبيبة القبائل‎), known as JS Kabylie or JSK, is an Algerian football club based in Tizi Ouzou. The club are named after the cultural, natural and historical region that is home to the Berber-speaking Kabyle (the letters I ⵙ R on the badge are Berber for JSK). The club was founded in 1946 and its colours are green and yellow. Their home stadium, Stade du 1er Novembre 1954, has a capacity of 21,240 spectators. The club is currently playing in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1.

JS Kabylie has won the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 title 14 times and the Algerian Cup 5 times. The club has also won a number of African titles, including the CAF Champions League twice, the African Cup Winners' Cup once and the CAF Cup three time.

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Stade du 1er Novembre 1954 is a multi-use stadium in Tizi Ouzou, Algeria. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of jskabylie. The stadium holds 21,240 people. It is due to be replaced by the new Stade Abdelkader Khalef with a capacity of 50,000.

The stadium is named for the date of the founding of the National Liberation Front, which obtained independence for Algeria from France.

Following the death of footballer Albert Ebossé Bodjongo, the Algerian Football Federation suspended all football indefinitely and ordered the closure of the stadium.




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