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Young Boys
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Full name Bemer Sport Club Young Boys
Nickname(s) YB
Founded 14 March 1898
Ground Stade de Suisse
(Capacity: 32,000)
Chairman Werner Müller
Manager Flag of Switzerland Raphaël Wicky
Current League Swiss Super League 
2021–22 Swiss Super League, 3rd
Website Club home page
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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 (ˈiː pε, 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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Club honoursManagersPlayersStade de Suisse

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1. Wölfli 5. von Bergen 6. Bertone 7. Sulejmani 8. Lecjaks 9. Gerndt 10. Ravet 11. Frey 14. Gajić 16. Seferi 17. Assalé 18. Mvogo 19. Shick 21. Rochat 22. Wüthrich 24. Nuhu 26.  Bürgy 27. Fekete 28. Zakaria 32. Obexer 34. Duah 35. Sanogo 39. Joss 40. Marzino 43. Mbabu 51. Aebischer 80. Benito 99. Hoarau

Swiss Super League 2022–23

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