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: [ˈiː pε], i.e., the Y is pronounced as I). The club's colors are yellow and black.

The Young Boys played at the Neufeldstadion at the north end of town until the new, multi-functional Stade de Suisse Wankdorf Bern was opened in 2005.

The next championship was contested with a more powerful team with new players such as Harutyun Vardanyan and Gürkan Sermeter. YB won victory after victory in the autumn and inspired the loyal fans with attractive offensive football. The team earned the top place in the table and participation in the promotion playoffs, ultimately returning to the top division.

Guillaume Hoarau a inscrit un doublé avec les Young Boys de Berne.

En poursuivant votre navigation sur www.lequipe.fr, vous acceptez les CGUs ainsi que l'utilisation de cookies pour vous proposer des contenus et des publicités ciblées en fonction de vos centres d'intérêts.

Le but de l'attaquant français n'a pas suffi à éviter la défaite de son équipe, les Young Boys Berne, face au FC Bâle (2-3).

For the 1954 World Cup, the capacity of the Wankdorf stadium was increased from around 30,000 to more than 60,000 seats.

Top 4 Sports Sites for Live Betting Choosing an event, assessing the contenders, working your...

Le FC Bâle a battu les Young Boys Berne (3-0) lors du choc de la 4e journée.

In the summer of 2005, YB was able to begin using the newly built Wankdorfstadion, the Stade de Suisse, after several years of construction.[14][15]

The name arises from the fact that the Stade de Suisse acts as a National Stadium. However, as one of the few stadiums with artificial turf, matches are rarely held there. For the European Championships in 2008 a natural grass field was to be laid, as three group games took place there.

La saison 2016-2017 du championnat de Suisse a démarré samedi avec la victoire de Lucerne contre Lugano (2-1) et des Young Boys de Berne contre Saint-Gall (2-0).

Grand espoir du football japonais, Yuya Kubo a prolongé son contrat avec les Young Boys Berne jusqu'en 2020.

In 1913, the English football instructor Reynold Williams became the first coach of the club. Shortly thereafter the First World War erupted, and Spitalacker-Platz was converted to a potato field. YB arranged to rent facilities at Kirchfeld for 1400 francs per year. The military also made space available at the barracks for the team's use. Despite these hardships, the club won Swiss league championship again in 1920.

In 2003, the league was completely reformed, including the names and sizes of the two highest leagues. For the 2003–04 season, Hans-Peter Zaugg was named as the new head coach. The played in the first "Super League", taking second place. As a result, the team qualified for the 2004–05 Champions League, where they fell to Red Star Belgrade 5–2 on aggregate. The domestic season 2004–05 found them finishing in fourth place.

In 1897, brothers Max and Oscar Schwab, Hermann Bauer, and Franz Kehrli studied at the University of Bern. After hosting a game of football with the Basel Old Boys Association playing against FC Bern, they founded the Fussballclub Young Boys on 14 March 1898. The four of them chose yellow and black to be the club colours.[2][3]

During this time, Wankdorf continued to expand. The capacity of the stadium increased by building an extension to 42,000 spectators, costing the association an additional 300,000 francs. Furthermore, another training field was added.

Le jeune attaquant suisse Michael Frey a quitté Lille pour retrouver son club formateur, les Young Boys Berne.

New enthusiasm developed in Bern, and the attendance figures rose significantly. The first game of the 2001–02 season was the final game in old Wankdorf stadium. YB drew Lugano 1–1 before 22,200 spectators, and the last goal for the Bernese in the old Wankdorf was tallied by Reto Burri.

The slightly older FC Bern submitted an offer to the YB leadership to provide grounds, changing rooms, and equipment if these students would play as a team affiliated with FCB. YB would still have its own leadership and its own statutes.[2][4] This offer was accepted.

In 2002, YB finished the qualifying round in seventh and the final round in fourth place, earning the Young Boys an entry in an international competition (the UEFA Cup) for the first time in ten years. This season also saw Stéphane Chapuisat move to the club. Chapuisat is considered one of the best strikers in Swiss history.[12][13]

In the 2010–11 season the club finished third in the league, which qualified YB to the UEFA Europa League for the next season. The following season was similar for the Yellow-Blacks, finishing third once again in the league. In the same season YB failed to reach the Europa League group stage, after being knocked out by Braga with 2–2 aggregate which favoured the Portuguese club because Braga scored away unlike Young Boys (0–0 in Braga, 2–2 in Bern).

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.

Footy Betting Tips Online Footy Betting The popularity of Footy betting among...

En Suisse, le Grasshopper a remporté le choc de la 6e journée contre les Young Boys Berne (4-1).

Young Boys

Guillaume Hoarau, l'ancien attaquant du PSG, n'exclut pas de terminer sa carrière avec les Young Boys Berne.

Euro 2016 Betting – Looking For Value With Euro 2016 getting underway at the end...

It was never been easier to place your favourite bet on Europe's top football leagues using our betting tools: dropping odds, football livescore or best football odds for today.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Les Young Boys ont battu le FC Thoune (3-0) avec notamment un but de l'attaquant français.

After four league titles, a European Cup run and many successes the Young Boys traveled 31 days through the Far East. In five weeks, the Bernese visited ten countries and played several friendly matches against Asian teams.

Since 2005, the Young Boys have played at the Stade de Suisse, Wankdorf, Bern. The stadium can seat 31,783 spectators and is the second largest football stadium in Switzerland (after St. Jakob-Park). The construction cost of 350 million francs was more than any other building in Switzerland.[citation needed] Officially, there are only stadium seats, but standing tickets are also sold.

Soccer Stats section of SportStats.com offers data for 200+ leagues, cups & competitions. Soccer statistics for European major leagues, non-league competititions, Asian and American soccer. Soccer stats service offers league stats (soccer standings and schedules, league tables, odds comparison, live results) and team statistics - latest results, fixtures, actual streaks and H2H stats.

Initial deposit bonus code for bet365 bookmaker new customers Bet on your favorite game with bet365 –...

Albert Sing left BSC Young Boys in 1964 and is still the most successful coach in the history of the club.

Le Borussia Mönchengladbach réussit son début de préparation, porté par Thorgan Hazard.

Le FC Bâle et les Young Boys de Berne se sont largement imposés face au FC Lugano (4-1) et à Lausanne Sports (7-2), ce samedi.

Malgré un but de Guillaume Hoarau, les Young Boys Berne se sont inclinés sur leur pelouse contre Lugano (1-2).

Innovating Football Betting Tips to Dominate The Online Sports Betting Bookmakers! Oddstake.com team is made by professional tipsters and content providers. Our expert tipsters bring you daily betting tips, soccer predictions and best bookies odds for many football leagues all around the world.

During the Second World War, the Bernese succeeded but could not claim a title. Only in 1945, at the end of the war, came the next success: YB won the second Cup against St. Gallen with a 2–0 victory at Espenmoos. Two seasons later the Bernese were relegated to the National League B. It would be three seasons until they returned to the highest league where they would then remain for over 50 years.