BSC YB Frauen

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YB Frauen
BSC Young Boys logo.svg
Full name Berner Sport Club Young Boys Frauen
Founded 1970
Ground Stadion Neufeld, Bern
Ground Capacity 14,000
Chairman Werner Müller
Manager Rolf Kirchhofer
League Nationalliga A
2010-11 1st
Website Club home page

BSC YB Frauen is a Swiss women's football team representing BSC Young Boys in the Nationalliga A.

Founded in 1970 as FC Bern, it is the second most successful team in the championship with 11 titles between 1978 and 2011,[1] and the most successful team in the national Cup with 15 trophies, including 8 titles in a row between 1994 and 2001.[2] This last year saw FC Bern win the last of its 7 doubles to date and become the first Swiss team to take part in the UEFA Women's Cup. However, the 2000s proved less fruitful, and Bern wasn't able to win any titles. In 2009 the club was absorbed by Young Boys, taking its current name, and two years later it ended its decade-long unlucky streak winning its 11th Nationalliga trophy.[3]

Honours[edit]

  • 11 Swiss Leagues (1978, 1979, 1984, 1986, 1992, 1995 — 1997, 2000, 2001, 2011)
  • 15 Swiss Cups (1978, 1980, 1982 — 1985, 1991, 1994 — 2001)

Record in UEFA competitions[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2001-02 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 0-4 England Arsenal
3-1 Poland Wrocław
7-0 Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv
2011-12 Champions League Qualifying Stage 3-1 Republic of Macedonia Naše Taksi
7-0 Moldova Goliador Chişinău
1-1 Greece PAOK
Round of 32 0-3 1-2 Denmark Fortuna Hjørring

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Switzerland GK Janine Chamot
2 Switzerland DF Cloé Meier
3 Switzerland DF Valbona Mehmeti
4 Switzerland MF Carmen Aeberhardt
5 Switzerland DF Franziska Schärer
6 Switzerland MF Lia Wälti
7 Switzerland MF Simone Zahno
8 Switzerland MF Vanessa Pittet
9 Switzerland FW Florijana Ismaili
10 Switzerland MF Carina Gerber
11 Switzerland FW Michelle Heule
No. Position Player
12 Switzerland GK Dana Scherrer
13 Switzerland DF Jennifer Riesen
14 Switzerland MF Kim Lara Bärfuss
15 Switzerland MF Sarina Schenkel
17 Switzerland DF Bettina Thomet
18 Switzerland FW Aline Stöckli
20 Switzerland FW Franziska Seiler
21 Switzerland MF Meret Wälti
22 Switzerland FW Annina Spahr
23 Switzerland DF Alessa Castignetti
30 Switzerland GK Manuela Wüthrich

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of champions in RSSSF.com
  2. ^ Lios of champions in RSSSF.com
  3. ^ 2010-11 table in Soccerway