SC Young Fellows Juventus
Sportclub Young Fellows Juventus is a professional Swiss football club based in Zürich. It was founded in 1992 following a merger between Young Fellows Zürich (established in 1903) and Società Calcistica Italiana Juventus Zurigo (1922).
|Full name||Sportclub Young Fellows Juventus|
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The team currently plays in the Swiss third division.
- Swiss Cup: 1936 (as Young Fellows Zurich)
As of 8 March 2020. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Alessandro Frigerio, 1936–1937 Nationalliga top goalscorer, participated in the 1938 FIFA World Cup
- Fausto dos Santos, 1933, participated in the World Cup 1930
- Fernando Giudicelli, 1933, participated in the World Cup 1930
- Sándor Kocsis, 1957–1958, member of the Hungarian Olympic Champion team (1950)
- Željko Matuš, 1965–1969, Olympic champion in 1960, participated in 1960 European Nations' Cup and the 1962 FIFA World Cup
- Official website (in German)
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