RB Leipzig

Formed2009
GroundRed Bull Arena
Capacity42959
AddressAm Sportforum 3, Leipzig, Germany
Ground Info Red Bull Arena, is a football facility located in Leipzig, Saxony, Germany. It is the largest football stadium in the former East Germany and has also hosted music concerts as well as football. Opened in 2004, it is currently the home stadium for first-division club RB Leipzig, with FC Sachsen Leipzig having previously used the stadium from its opening until 2009. Due to UEFA sponsorship regulations, the stadium is known as the RB Arena for European matches. There are bridges built over the old stadium to connect with the new stadium. The roof has an integrated floodlight design and is designed to provide superior acoustics. The grass area is 120 x 80 m, the actual playing field is 105 x 68 m. It has been integrated into the area surrounding the stadium by large numbers of trees and other greenery.  
HonoursRasenBallsport Leipzig, commonly known as RB Leipzig or informally as Red Bull Leipzig, is a football club based in Leipzig, Saxony.
he club was founded in 2009 by the initiative of the company Red Bull GmbH, which purchased the playing rights of fifth-tier side SSV Markranstädt with the intent of advancing the new club to the top-flight Bundesliga within eight years. The men's professional football club is run by the spin-off organization RasenBallsport Leipzig GmbH. RB Leipzig plays its home matches at the Red Bull Arena.
In its inaugural season in 2009–10, RB Leipzig dominated the NOFV-Oberliga Süd (V) and was promoted as champions to the Regionalliga Nord (IV). RB Leipzig won the 2012–13 Regionalliga Nordost season without a single defeat and was promoted to the 3. Liga (III), then finished the 2013–14 3. Liga season as runners-up and was promoted to the 2. Bundesliga (II) as the first team since the introduction of the 3. Liga to win promotion after only one season.

On 8 May 2016, RB Leipzig ensured promotion to the Bundesliga for the 2016–17 season with a 2–0 win over Karlsruher SC. One year later, RB Leipzig captured a place in the 2017–18 UEFA Champions League by finishing as runners-up in the Bundesliga.[3] On 18 August 2020, the club made history by participating in their first Champions League semi-finals, losing against Paris Saint-Germain of France.
The club nickname is Die Roten Bullen (English: The Red Bulls) due to the energy drink company Red Bull being the sole investor of the club.
Honours:
Domestic
League

Bundesliga
Runners-up: 2016–17
2. Bundesliga (II)
Runners-up: 2015–16
3. Liga (III)
Runners-up: 2013–14
Regionalliga Nordost (IV)
Champions: 2012–13
NOFV-Oberliga Süd (V)
Champions: 2009–10
Cup

DFB-Pokal
Runners-up: 2018–19
Saxony Cup
Winners: 2010–11, 2012–13
European
UEFA Champions League

Semifinalists: 2019-20
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RB Leipzig Players List

  Name PositionAgeHeight
1 Péter Gulácsi Goalkeeper 31 190cm
3 Angeliño Defender 25 171cm
4 Willi Orban Defender 29 186cm
5 Dayot Upamecano Defender 23 186cm
6 Ibrahima Konaté Defender 22 194cm
7 Marcel Sabitzer Midfielder 28 177cm
8 Amadou Haidara Midfielder 24 175cm
9 Yussuf Poulsen Forward 27 192cm
10 Emil Forsberg Midfielder 30 179cm
11 Hee-chan Hwang Forward 26 177cm
13 Philipp Tschauner Goalkeeper 36 196cm
14 Tyler Adams Midfielder 23 176cm
16 Lukas Klostermann Defender 25 189cm
17 Dominik Szoboszlai Midfielder 21 187cm
18 Christopher Nkunku Midfielder 24 175cm
19 Alexander Sörloth Forward 26 194cm
20 Lazar Samardzic Midfielder 20 184cm
21 Justin Kluivert Midfielder 22 171cm
22 Nordi Mukiele Defender 24 187cm
23 Marcel Halstenberg Defender 30 188cm
25 Dani Olmo Midfielder 23 179cm
27 Konrad Laimer Midfielder 24 180cm
33 Josep Martínez Goalkeeper 23 191cm
35 Fabrice Hartmann Midfielder 21 178cm
38 Hugo Novoa Forward 19 182cm
39 Benjamin Henrichs Defender 25 183cm
44 Kevin Kampl Midfielder 31 178cm
47 Joscha Wosz Midfielder 19 173cm

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