Stuttgart

Friday, 26th of July 2019

Sunday, 4th of August 2019

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Friday, 23rd of August 2019

Monday, 2nd of September 2019

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Friday, 27th of September 2019

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Tuesday, 28th of January 2020

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Sunday, 5th of April 2020

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Sunday, 26th of April 2020

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Sunday, 17th of May 2020





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The team VfB Stuttgart


Verein für Bewegungsspiele Stuttgart 1893 e. V., commonly known as VfB Stuttgart (German pronunciation: [faʊ̯ ʔɛf beː ˈʃtʊtɡaɐ̯t]), is a German sports club based in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg. The club is best known for its football team which is currently part of Germany's second division 2. Bundesliga. VfB Stuttgart has won the national championship five times, most recently in 2006–07; the DFB-Pokal three times; and the UEFA Intertoto Cup a record three times. The football team plays its home games at the Mercedes-Benz Arena, in the Neckarpark which is located near the Cannstatter Wasen where the city's fall beer festival takes place. Second team side VfB Stuttgart II currently plays in the Regionalliga Südwest, which is the second highest division allowed for a reserve team. The club's junior teams have won the national U19 championships a record ten times and the Under 17 Bundesliga six times. A membership-based club with over 64,000 members (as of June 2018), VfB is the largest sports club in Baden-Württemberg and the fifth-largest in Germany. It has departments for fistball, hockey, track and field, table-tennis and football referees, all of which compete only at the amateur level. The club also maintains a social department, the VfB-Garde.