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Saar 05 Saarbrücken

SV Saar 05 Saarbrücken
logo
Full name Sportverein Saar 05 Saarbrücken e.V.
Founded 1905
Ground Kieselhumes
Ground Capacity 13,000
Chairman Uli Möhler
Manager Timon Seibert
League Saarlandliga (VI)
2012–13 2nd
Home colours
Away colours

SV Saar 05 Saarbrücken is a German sports association based in Saarbrücken, Saarland. The largest club in the state, it is best known for its athletics department, and also fields an association football team.

History

The club was founded as Fussball Klub Saarbrücken on 8 May 1905 and within three months was re-christened Sport-Club Saar 05 Saarbrücken. From 1919, the club played in the Kreisliga Saar, where it took out a championship in 1920, thereby advancing to the Southern German championship where it got knocked out in the group stage. In October 1933 SC joined Spielverein 05 Saarbrücken, which was itself the product of the 1919 union of 1. FC Germania 1905 and SpVgg 1906, to become SV Saar 05 Saarbrücken. The club made a single season appearance in the first division Gauliga Südwest in 1934–35 and was immediately relegated after a last place finish. SV merged with Deutscher SC in 1939 to become Deutscher SV Saar 05.

After World War II occupying Allied authorities ordered the dissolution of all organizations in Germany, including sports and football associations. In late 1945 the club was re-established as SV Saarbrücken, becoming SV Saar Saarbrücken in 1949, and SV Saar 05 Saarbrücken in 1951.

In 1995 and 2001 the club won the Verbandsliga Saarland, thereby gaining promotion to the Oberliga Südwest. After this, the club went into decline.

In August 2007, the youth department formed a new club, the SV Saar 05 Jugendfußball, due to internal strife in the club.

The 2007–08 season was an absolute low point in the clubs long history. The coach, Roland Hippchen, used 18 non-registered players during the season and found himself barred from coaching by the Saar FA. He continued to coach the club nevertheless and upon this, the club too was eventually barred from competing in the Kreisliga A Halberg. With a new team under a new coach, Timon Seibert, the club entered the Kreisliga B Saarbrücken for 2008–09, hoping to improve its fortunes, under the guidance of the SV Saar 05 Jugendfußball,[1] the Kreisliga B being the lowest tier in Saarland football.

Saar 05 began climbing the ranks again quickly to the point where the club plays in the states highest football league, now the Saarlandliga, for 2012-13.

Honors

The club's honours:

Recent seasons

The recent season-by-season performance of the club:[2][3]

Season Division Tier Position
1999–2000 Verbandsliga Saarland V 9th
2000–01 Verbandsliga Saarland 1st ↑
2001–02 Oberliga Südwest IV 18th ↓
2002–03 Verbandsliga Saarland V 14th
2003–04 Verbandsliga Saarland 18th ↓
2004–05 Landesliga Saarland-Südwest VI 16th ↓ (did not play)[4]
2005–06 Bezirksliga Saarland-Süd VII 13th
2006–07 Bezirksliga Saarland-Süd 15th ↓
2007–08 Kreisliga A Halberg VIII 16th ↓
2008–09 Kreisliga B Saarbrücken X 1st ↑
2009–10 Bezirksliga Saarbrücken IX 1st ↑
2010–11 Landesliga Saarland-Südwest VIII 2nd ↑
2011–12 Verbandsliga Saarland VII 1st ↑
2012–13 Saarlandliga VI 2nd
2013–14 Saarlandliga
  • With the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 and the 3. Liga in 2008 as the new third tier, below the 2. Bundesliga, all leagues below dropped one tier.

References

External links

  • The Abseits Guide to German Soccer
  • Official club website
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