|Bílí Tygři Liberec|
|City:||Liberec, Czech Republic|
|Home Arena:||Tipsport Arena|
|Colors:||blue and white|
|Head Coach:||Jiří Kalous|
Bílí Tygři Liberec (Liberec White Tigers Hockey Club) is an ice hockey team in the Czech Extraliga. Their home arena is Tipsport Arena in Liberec. The actual captain is Petr Nedvěd, and club president is Petr Syrovátko.
After World War II.: There were three teams in Liberec
1956: Two organizations merged to form "Lokomotiva Liberec"
1961: Team name was changed to "Stadion Liberec"
60's to 90's: Team played in the second and third level leagues (First and Second Divisions)
1994: Syner, a local building company, entered into the organization as a general partner.
1995: The team advanced to the second level (First Division)
2000: The organization identity changed to "White Tigers". The goal of the organization was to earn promotion to the Extraleague in the following seasons.
2002: Team advanced to the Extraleague, winning the 'barrage' series over Kladno.
2003: Team finished in 12th place.
2004: Team finished in 11th place. The aim for next season is to secure a playoff spot.
2005: Team finished in 5th place and then the third in the play-off.
2006: Team finished in 1st place and then the fifth in the play-off.
2007: Team finished in 1st place and then the third in the play-off.
2008: Team finished in 3rd place and then the fourth in the play-off.
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