Soccer colors are more than just a way of distinguishing players; they also serve as a sign of loyalty, support, and camaraderie among teammates.
For the purpose of this article, I’d like to show you a variety of soccer teams that use black and yellow as their primary colors on their jerseys.
List of Soccer Teams Wearing Black and Yellow Jerseys
1. Fenerbahçe S.K.
Fenerbahçe SK is an Istanbul-based professional sports club. Fenerbahçe participates in the Turkish Super League, Turkish Cup, and UEFA Europa League.
Fenerbahçe has won 19 TSL titles and 9 TSCs. With 28 national titles, Fenerbahçe holds the record (19 Super League, 6 National Division, and 3 previous Turkish Football Championship). And it’s top of the Turkish Super League.
In 1968, Fenerbahçe won the Balkans Cup, a first for a Turkish football team. Fenerbahçe has reached the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup quarter-finals twice. In the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League, the club reached the semi-finals. Fenerbahçe is an ECA member.
2. Beitar Jerusalem F.C.
Beitar Jerusalem F.C., or simply Beitar, is an Israeli football club located in Jerusalem that competes in the Israeli Premier League, the highest division of Israeli football. Yellow and black are the club’s traditional colors.
The squad used to play at Teddy Stadium. With 34,000 capacity, it is Israel’s biggest stadium. The club is one of the most popular in Israel, having around 500,000 supporters.
Shmuel Kirschstein and David Horn, who headed the Betar chapter in Jerusalem, established the club in 1936. Several team members were members of the banned Irgun and Lehi militias linked to right-wing Revisionist Zionism.
Beitar’s supporters have become a highly charged political emblem in Israeli football culture, informally linked with the right-wing Likud party. The team has never signed an Arab player, despite signing four non-Arab Muslim players in the past.
3. SC Altach
SC Altach is an Austrian football club from Altach, Vorarlberg. Football Bundesliga Austrian team. It is now called CASHPOINT SCR Altach owing to the Austrian sports betting company’s sponsorship. The colors of the club’s jerseys have usually been yellow and black.
The club began as the football department of the Turnerbund Altach gymnastics and sports club. The sports organization disbanded in 1949, with the football department rebranding itself Sportclub Rheindorf Altach.
They won the third-division Regionalliga West three times to promote the second-division 1st League but were relegated twice. They were promoted to the first-division Bundesliga after winning the second-division 1st League in 2005–06, earning promotion with a 1–0 victory against Austria Lustenau in the season’s final match.
4. BSC Young Boys
BSC Young Boys is a Bern-based sports club. This squad has 15 Swiss league titles and six Swiss Cups. Y.B. is one of Switzerland’s most successful football teams, having reached the European Cup semi-finals in 1958–59. The club’s colors are golden yellow and black.
The club began in 1898. Its name was inspired by Basel’s Old Boys club. After four league championships and a European Cup run, they toured 10 nations and played numerous friendly matches against Asian clubs in five weeks.
Young Boys began playing at the Wankdorf Stadium in 1925 and have been there with the same spot. Young Boys has played all of their home games at the Wankdorf Stadium starting in 2005.
5. AEK Athens F.C.
AEK Athens F.C. is a Greek professional football team located in Nea Filadelfeia, a suburb of Athens, Greece. Yellow and black have been the team’s colors since the club was founded.
AEK is one of the three most successful teams in Greek football (together with Olympiacos and Panathinaikos), having won 30 national titles and the only one to have won all competitions organized by the Hellenic Football Federation (12 Championships, 15 Greek Cups, 1 League Cup, and 2 Super Cups).
The club has played in the UEFA Champions League, Europa League, and the defunct UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. It is the first Greek team to reach the UEFA Cup semi-finals (1976–77) and the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup quarter-finals (1996–97 and 1997–98). AEK was the first Greek club to reach the quarter-finals of the European Cup (1968–69) and the UEFA Champions League group stage (1994–95).