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They found space at the northeastern border of the city at the Wankdorffeld, and construction was initiated. This year was also the last game on the old Spitalacker-platz.
The new sports complex included a main grandstand with 1, covered seats, a restaurant, changing rooms, a training hall and a training ground.
In total, the new stadium held 22, spectators, including covered standing room for 5, The two clubs went so far as to negotiate a contract, facilitated by Central President Schlegel, to prevent discord.
In , YB once again progressed to the final round of the Swiss championship. The first game in Geneva ended with a 0—0 draw, which satisfied the Bernese.
When the Grasshoppers beat Geneva in Zurich 3—0, the chances for YB to win the title decreased tremendously.
For this final on 30 June, Young Boys deployed replacement goalkeeper Erich Jung in the offensive midfield position due to player shortages. Striker Johan Baumgartner also scored a goal and YB prevented the championship hat trick with a 2—0 win.
On 10 February , the club purchased an additional strip of land from the community, having noted that the stadium was too small, increasing the entire area of the Wankdorf stadium ground to 35, square metres.
In the following 15 years, YB won neither a league title nor a cup championship. During this time, Wankdorf continued to expand.
The capacity of the stadium increased by building an extension to 42, spectators, costing the association an additional , francs. Furthermore, another training field was added.
Towards the end of the s, the world economic crisis started and Swiss football felt the effects. The attendance figures fell steadily, and the Sportplatz Spitalacker could no longer meet its financial obligations.
After the outbreak of World War II , the club considered selling the stadium. However, through a debt-reduction and the help of the city of Bern in , the finances of the club were rehabilitated.
At that point, the stadium group changed its name to "Verein Fussball-Stadion Wankdorf". Only in , at the end of the war, came the next success: Gallen with a 2—0 victory at Espenmoos.
Two seasons later, the Bernese were relegated to the National League B. It would be three seasons until they returned to the highest league where they would then remain for over 50 years.
In , Norbert Eric Jones was replaced after only one year as the manager by the previously unknown Albert Sing. At that time, no one anticipated the successful years YB would experience under the German coach.
Sing acted initially as a player-coach before he decided to become a trainer only. During his tenure YB experienced its most successful period.
The team was reinforced by high-level transfers such as Eugene "Geni" Meier. Considerable success during this period was also attributed to the goalkeeper Walter Eich, who was one of the best in the history of the Young Boys.
Later, the team consisted of top players like Heinz Schneite and Ernst Wechselberger. In the spring of , Young Boys again advanced to the Cup.
Five weeks later, the teams met in a replay, which went to the Bernese 3—1. In the summer of that year, YB was invited to tour North America.
The team played there against some American teams, Liverpool 1—1 , and the Republic of Ireland national team a 4—1 win for YB.
YB produced impressive results overseas for Swiss football and was enthusiastically received by thousands upon its return to Bern.
From and , YB were Swiss champions four times in a row. During this time, YB became one of the more successful teams in European football and was superior to all Swiss opponents.
Young Boys also achieved success in European competition. At its first appearance in the European Cup , it were politically disadvantaged, however: Some Swiss politicians demanded that no Swiss sports club should have contacts with the Hungarian football club, especially in Bern, the capital.
In the return match, however, Young Boys fell 1—2. YB won the leg in the Nep Stadium 2—1. The teams drew 2—2 after a 2—0 lead for the Young Boys.
A week later, the teams met in the GDR. The game ended 0—0, which at that time required a deciding game. Thus, Young Boys qualified for the European Cup semi-finals.
The game of games in the history of the yellow-and-black took place on 15 April , a rainy Wednesday. Sixty-thousand spectators packed into Wankdorf, but the crowd may have exceeded the official count.
The game was a legend in Bern. Stade de Reims received the Bernese in the return match at the Parc des Princes , Paris , where the Frenchmen won 3—0 to reach the final.
In , YB played internationally once again, meeting Eintracht Frankfurt in the first round, where Frankfurt won 4—1 before 36, spectators.
In , the team first travelled to Ireland to meet Limerick , where YB won with an impressive 5—0 showing, then again 4—2 in front of 22, spectators at Wankdorf in the return leg.
Forty-five thousand spectators were at the game in the Wankdorf, where Hamburg stunned YB with a 5—0 victory. In Hamburg , the Bernese improved upon their previous performance, earning a 3—3 draw before 40, spectators in the Volksparkstadion.
It would be the last appearance in Europe for YB for a long time. After four league titles, a European Cup run and many successes, Young Boys traveled 31 days through the Far East, in five weeks having visited ten countries and played several friendly matches against Asian teams.
The successor to Albert Sing had large shoes to fill; average performance was no longer acceptable to the discriminating Bernese supporters.
Merkle had the misfortune to be measured against the championships of his predecessor. Although Geni Meier, Ernst Wechselberger and other players from the championship years continued to play, it mattered little.
Merkle was a hard coach of the German school, however, and was able to keep YB in the top half of the table, with finishes of second, fifth, and seventh.
The mixture of old and young players did not provide the results the Bernese sought, however. Otto Messerli, then a junior in the first team squad who in later years would be captain of the Young Boys, described the situation: The Young Boys reached big games on occasion such as the Cup final against Basel that brought 52, spectators to the Wankdorf , but over the long term their performance was unspectacular.
Still, some YB players rose to national recognition. A good replacement for him was found, however: Another new transfer, Walter "Wale" Mueller, played between and for YB, and was a dreaded striker for opposing defenders.
As YB were runners-up in the —75 season, they finally returned to European competition. In the first leg before 17, spectators in the Wankdorf, the two teams played to a 0—0 draw.
HSV won at home in its Volksparkstadion 4—2 , and Young Boys were bounced from the competition early. It took until before YB would again win a title.
Under coach Kurt Linder , the Cup was brought to Bern for the fifth time. The Bernese faced a daunting challenge in the form of the Rangers of Glasgow.
At Ibrox Park , YB played strongly, only losing 0—1. The return game in front of 17, spectators at Wankdorf ended 2—2, and Rangers advanced.