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Established
1893 (127 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
St. Jakob-Park
(37,500 Capacity)

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Location
Basel

Nicknames
FCB, Bebbi, RotBlau

League
Swiss Super League

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Upcoming Events
06 Aug 20 FC Basel   -  Ein Frankfurt

Latest Results
03 Aug 20 FC Basel  0 - 0  Lucerne
31 Jul 20 Thun  0 - 0  FC Basel
26 Jul 20 FC Basel  3 - 4  Lugano
22 Jul 20 St. Gallen  0 - 5  FC Basel
19 Jul 20 Servette  2 - 2  FC Basel

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FC Basel 1893 (Fussball Club Basel 1893), widely known as FC Basel, FCB, or just Basel, is a Swiss football club based in Basel, in the Canton of Basel-Stadt. Formed in 1893, the club has been Swiss national champions 20 times, Swiss Cup winners 12 times, and Swiss League Cup winners once.

Basel have competed in European competitions every season since 1999–2000. They have qualified for the Group stages of the Champions League more times than any other Swiss club – a total of seven times – and are the only Swiss club to have ever qualified to the Group stages directly.

Since 2001 the club has played its home games at St. Jakob-Park, built on the site of their previous home, St. Jakob Stadium. Their home colours are red and blue, leading to a nickname of "RotBlau".

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Fabian
Frei



Valentin
Stocker



Felipe
Caicedo
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Yann
Sommer
#1


Jayson
Leutwiler
#13

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Stadium or Home

St. Jakob Park is a Swiss sports stadium in Basel. It is the largest football venue in Switzerland and home to FC Basel. "Joggeli", as the venue is nicknamed by the locals, was originally built with a capacity of 33,433 seats. The capacity was increased to 42,500 for Euro 2008, which was hosted by Switzerland and Austria. After the Euro 2008 a number of seats were removed, thus creating more space between them. The capacity was therefore reduced to 38,512 for Swiss Super League matches or 37,500 seats for international matches The maximum capacity for concerts is 40,000.

The stadium is named after the village of St. Jakob an der Birs, which stood on the site. The name "Joggeli" is the diminutive of "Jakob" in the local dialect, making it the equivalent of "Jake".

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