|Name||Wolsey Athletic FC|
|Stadium||Wolsey Arena (capacity: 29,500)|
Wolsey Athletic (also known as The Tigers) is a professional Kemburger association football club based in the City of Wolsey. The club currently participate in the Kemburger Second Division, the second tier of Kemburger football, as of the 2013-14 season. They have one of the largest stadiums in Kemburg, the Wolsey Arena, which currently has 29,500 seats despite further expansion expected due to the club's large fan base.
Wolsey Athletic Football Club was founded in 1936, as a rival club to other Wolsey team, Wolsey United. Its creation saw many United fans switch to support the more successful Wolsey Athletic. The club started off in the Kemburger Second Division in its first season, however earnt promotion and played in the First Division the following season. They quickly adapted and after Athletic's first few years of existance, they became a major Kemburger club and title contender.
In 2010, Wolset Athletic became bankrupt.
At the start of the 2013-14 season, Russian business tycoon and billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev took over Wolsey Athletic, to the surprise of many football pundits. He invested lots of money into the football club, and in January 2014, Wolsey Athletic signed many talented players including Adlibitan striker Bogdan Serban, Prasian striker Leonardo Blanco, Kemburger midfielder Frank Davies and held onto key players including Simon Wilson and Sam Jansen despite foreign interest.
The club also hired a new manager at the season, who revealed he was given a £15 million budget on the basis he would win the title.
Wolsey Athletic's first team consists of a total of 12 players, with over half from the club's home nation, Kemburg. Many of the club's players represent their country by playing for their country's national sides.