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Established
1901 (123 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Swissporarena
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Lucerne

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Competitions
Swiss Super League
UEFA Europa Conference League

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10/03 Stade Lausan - Lucerne
17/03 Lucerne - Servette
01/04 St. Gallen - Lucerne
04/04 Lucerne - Yverdon Spor
07/04 Lucerne - FC Lausanne-

Results
03/03 Lucerne 0 - 1 Lugano
24/02 Grasshoppers 0 - 1 Lucerne
18/02 Lucerne 0 - 1 Zurich
11/02 FC Winterthu 2 - 1 Lucerne
04/02 Lucerne 1 - 0 St. Gallen

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Fussball-Club Luzern, or simply abbreviated to FCL, is a Swiss sports club based in Lucerne. It is best known for its professional football team, which plays in the Super League, the top tier of the Swiss football league system, and has won the national title once and the national cup twice.

The club colours are blue and white, derived from the City of Lucerne and Canton of Lucerne coats of arms. The club plays its home games at Swissporarena which was newly built in 2011 at the place of the old Stadion Allmend.

FC Luzern was founded in 1901. It has non-professional departments for women's football, volleyball, boccia and gymnastics.

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Swissporarena is a multi-use stadium in Lucerne, Switzerland, completed in 2011. It is used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of FC Lucerne of the Swiss Super League. The stadium has a capacity of 16,800 spectators, including an away fans' section fitted with 390 rail seats for safe standing. It replaced the demolished Stadion Allmend.

The stadium was due to open earlier in the year but several problems during construction changed the plans. In February 2011 the club announced the new season ticket prices for their return home.

The stadium held its first match, a 0-0 against FC Thun on 31 July 2011.

Since November 2012, the stadium and surrounding area has been served by the underground Lucerne Allmend/Messe railway station.

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