List of 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam records and statistics

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This article details all-time records. For a season-by-season statistical breakdown see 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam seasons

This article contains the Honours, records and statistics of 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam.

Honours[edit]

The 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam has won one international and 14 domestic titles. The juniors have won six German championship.[1]

International[edit]

Domestic[edit]

  • Bundesliga:
    • Champions: 2004, 2006, 2009
    • Runners-up: 2001, 2002, 2003
  • Bestenermittlung:[2]
    • Champions: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1989
    • Runners-up:
  • German indoor championship:
    • Winners: 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009

Juniors[edit]

  • German B-juniors Championship:
    • Champions: 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009
    • Runners-up: 2001

Players[edit]

  • Topscorer of the Bundesliga:
    • Conny Pohlers: 27 goals, season 2001–02:
    • Conny Pohlers: 36 goals, season 2005–06

National records[edit]

Turbine holds several German football records, including:

  • Most goals scored in a Bundesliga season: 115 (season 2005–06)
  • Most championships in the German Democratic Republic: six
  • Most junior championships: six
  • Highest attendance in a Bundesliga match: 7,900 (vs. 1. FFC Frankfurt, 2003[3])
  • First team from the former GDR to win a German championship after the reunification.

Club records[edit]

Bundesliga[edit]

  • Most points in a season: 61, season 2003–04
  • Most wins in a season: 20 in 22 matches, season 2003–04
  • Most draws in a season: 8 in 22 matches, season 1998–99
  • Most losses in a season: 10 in 18 matches, season 1994–95
  • Fewest points in a season: 20 in 18 games, season 1994–95[4]
  • Fewest wins in a season: 5 in 18 games, season 1995–96
  • Fewest draws in a season: 1 in 22 games, seasons 2003–04 and 2004–05
  • Fewest losses in a season: 1 in 22 games, seasons 2002–03, 2003–04 and 2005–06
  • Most goals scored in a season: 115 in 22 games, season 2005–06 (Bundesliga record)
  • Most goals conceded in a season: 60 in 18 games, season 1994–95
  • Fewest goals scored in a season: 25 in 18 games, season 1994–95
  • Fewest goals conceded in a season: 13 in 22 games, season 2005–06
  • Most goals by one player in a season: 36, Conny Pohlers (season 2005–06)
  • Rank in the Bundesliga all-time table: 4th (after the 2006–07 season)

German Cup[edit]

Firsts[edit]

Attendances[edit]

  • Highest Bundesliga attendance (single match): 7,900 (vs. 1. FFC Frankfurt, 2003[3])
  • Highest average Bundesliga attendance (season): 1,227 (season 2005–06)
  • Highest UEFA Women's Cup attendance: 8,667 (vs. Djurgårdens IF/Älvsjö, May 21, 2005)

UEFA Women's Cup[edit]

Turbine participated three times in the UEFA Women's Cup. They lifted the trophy after their first campaign, reached the final in the second one and were out after the quarter final in their last.

Results[edit]

All results from Turbine’s perspective.

Date Round Opponent Venue Attendance Result Goals for Turbine
2004/05
September 14, 2004 Round 2 Montpellier HSC Potsdam 1,520[5] 6-0 Pohlers (3), Mittag, Odebrecht, Omilade
September 16, 2004 Round 2 KS AZS Wroclaw Potsdam 1,519[6] 4-1 Pohlers (2), Odebrecht, Zietz
September 18, 2004 Round 2 Torres Terra Sarda Potsdam 1,692[7] 7-5 Pohlers (3), Wimbersky (2), Hingst, Omilade
October 24, 2004 Quarterfinal Energy Woronesch Woronesch 2,000[8] 1-1 Becher
October 31, 2004 Quarterfinal Energy Woronesch Potsdam 2,868[8] 4-1 Wimbersky (2), Mittag, Odebrecht
April 9, 2005 Semifinal Trondheims-Ørn SK Potsdam 2,067[8] 4-0 Pohlers (3), Wimbersky
April 16, 2005 Semifinal Trondheims-Ørn SK Trondheim 650[8] 3-1 Hingst (2), Mittag
May 15, 2005 Final Djurgårdens IF/Älvsjö Stockholm 1,382[8] 2-0 Mittag, Pohlers
May 21, 2005 Final Djurgårdens IF/Älvsjö Potsdam 8,677[8] 3-1 Pohlers (2), Wimbersky
2005/06
September 13, 2005 Round 2 SV Neulengbach Montpellier ca. 100[9] 12-1 Wimbersky (4), Mittag (3), Carlson, Hingst, I. Kerschowski, Omilade, Thomas
September 15, 2005 Round 2 SV Saestum Montpellier 250[10] 2-0 Hingst, Wimbersky
September 17, 2005 Round 2 Montpellier HSC Montpellier 600[11] 0-0 none
October 9, 2005 Quarterfinal Valur Reykjavík unknown 8-1 Cristiane (2), Mittag (2), Pohlers, Thomas, Wimbersky, Eigentor
October 6, 2005 Quarterfinal Valur Potsdam 2,193[12] 11-1 Pohlers (3), Mittag (2), Wimbersky (2), Cristiane, I. Kerschowski, Omilade, Eigentor
November 21, 2005 Semifinal Djurgårdens IF/Älvsjö Potsdam 1,616[13] 2-3 Cristiane, Pohlers
November 27, 2005 Semifinal Djurgårdens IF/Älvsjö Stockholm 250[14] 5-2 Mittag (2), Podvorica, Pohlers, Zietz
May 20, 2006 Final 1. FFC Frankfurt Potsdam 4,400[15] 0-4 Fehlanzeige
May 27, 2006 Final 1. FFC Frankfurt Frankfurt am Main 13,200[16] 2-3 Pohlers (2)
2006/07
September 12, 2006 Round 2 KFC Rapide Wezemaal Zeist 150[17] 1-0 Pohlers
September 14, 2006 Round 2 SV Saestum Zeist 820[18] 2-2 Pohlers (2)
September 17, 2006 Round Sparta Prague Zeist 200[19] 4-0 Hingst, Kameraj, I. Kerschowski, Pohlers
October 11, 2006 Quarterfinal Brøndby IF Brøndby 697[20] 0-3 none
October 18, 2006 Quarterfinal Brøndby IF Potsdam 1,156[21] 2-1 Carlson, Hingst
Overall statistic:
16 wins, 3 draws, 4 losses, 85-31 goals

Scorers[edit]

  1. Conny Pohlers - 26
  2. Petra Wimbersky - 14
  3. Anja Mittag - 13
  4. Ariane Hingst - 7
  5. Cristiane, Navina Omilade – 4 each
  6. Isabel Kerschowski, Viola Odebrecht – 3 each
  7. Britta Carlson, Karolin Thomas, Jennifer Zietz – 2 each
  8. Inken Becher, Aferdita Kameraj, Aferdita Podvorica – 1 each

Records[edit]

Internationals[edit]

All Turbine internationals[edit]

Several Turbine players appeared in national teams. The list below shows the names of the players who won caps and their participation in the major tournaments.[22]

Name Nationality World Cup European Championships Olympic Games
Nadine Angerer  Germany 2003, 2007 2005 2004
Inken Becher  Germany
Britta Carlson  Germany 2005
Sonja Fuss  Germany 2005
Ariane Hingst  Germany 1999, 2003, 2007 2005 2000, 2004
Anja Mittag  Germany 2007 2005
Viola Odebrecht  Germany 2003 2005 2004
Navina Omilade  Germany 2005 2004
Babett Peter  Germany 2007
Conny Pohlers  Germany 2003 2005 2004
Essi Sainio  Finland
Jana Schadrack  Germany
Karolin Thomas  Germany
Madleen Wilder  Germany 2001
Petra Wimbersky  Germany 2007 2005 2004
Jennifer Zietz  Germany

Turbine international firsts[edit]

  • First capped Turbine player: Ariane Hingst (for Germany vs. England, September 25, 1997)
  • First Turbine player to play in a World Cup: Ariane Hingst (vs. Italy, June 20, 1999)
  • First Turbine player to play in a World Cup final match: Ariane Hingst (vs. Sweden, October 12, 2003)
  • First Turbine player to play at the European Championship: Ariane Hingst (vs. Sweden, June 23, 2001)
  • First Turbine player to play in a European Championship final match: Ariane Hingst (vs. Sweden, July 7, 2001)
  • First Turbine player to play at the Olympic Summer Games: Ariane Hingst (vs. Australia, September 13, 2000)
  • First Turbine player to win an Olympic medal: Ariane Hingst (bronze, September 28, 2000)

Matches against men's teams[edit]

Turbine has played several friendly matches against men's team since 1999. Most of these games were charity matches. The men’s teams which Turbine has faced so far were mostly amateur teams from the sixth or seventh division. All results from Turbine’s perspective.

Date Opponent Result Goals for Turbine
May 29, 1999 SV Babelsberg 03 3-9 Madleen Wilder (2), Conny Pohlers[23]
May 30, 2000 SV Babelsberg 03 7-11 n.b.[23]
February 17, 2002 SV Babelsberg 03 5-14 n.b.[23]
August 6, 2005 FSV Babelsberg 74 2-4 Karolin Thomas, Jennifer Zietz[24]
August 10, 2005 Grün-Weiß Mellensee 0-2 Fehlanzeige[25]
February 14, 2006 Fortuna Babelsberg 3-15 Conny Pohlers (2), Anja Mittag[26]
June 24, 2006 SV Eintracht Camberg 6-7 Cristiane (2), M. Kerschowski, Peter, Podvorica, Own Goal[27]
February 20, 2007 SG Bornim 1-5 Conny Pohlers[28]
April 26, 2007 FSV Ketzin/Falkenrehde 1-2 own goal by the men's team[29]
August 11, 2007 SV Hertha Finsterwalde 0-4 Fehlanzeige[30]
August 15, 2007 Oranienburger FC Eintracht 0-5 Fehlanzeige[31]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Erfolge" (in German). 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam. Retrieved 2008-07-26. 
  2. ^ Inofficial championship of the German Democratic Republic
  3. ^ a b c d e Exact date unknown.
  4. ^ Calculated on the three-points-per-win rule
  5. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Kantersieg
  6. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Turbine im Viertelfinale!
  7. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Pyrrhussieg
  8. ^ a b c d e f rsssf.com: UEFA Club Championship (Women) 2004/05 - Details Knock-Out Phase
  9. ^ ffc-turbine: Schützenfest zum Auftakt
  10. ^ ffc-turbine.de: 2:0-Arbeitssieg sichert vorzeitigen Einzug ins UEFA-Cup-Viertelfinale
  11. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Turbine beendet UEFA-Cup-Vorrunde als Gruppensieger
  12. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Mit 11:1 ins Halbfinale des UEFA-Pokals
  13. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Bittere Europacup-Pille
  14. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Das Wunder im Rasunda
  15. ^ ffc-turbine.de: UEFA-Pokal: Turbine verliert Hinspiel 0:4
  16. ^ ffc-turbine.de: 1.FFC Frankfurt gewinnt den Europapokal 2006
  17. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Mit blauem Auge davongekommen
  18. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Saestum bestraft Potsdamer Fehler
  19. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Vier Tore gegen Sparta Prag
  20. ^ ffc-turbine.de: 3:0-Niederlage für Turbine Potsdam in Kopenhagen
  21. ^ ffc-turbine.de: 2:1-Heimsieg gegen Brøndby reicht nicht zum Weiterkommen
  22. ^ Turbine had various Russian and Polish players in their squad. It is not known if they won any caps for their respective national teams.
  23. ^ a b c turbine-fanclub.de: "Potsdamer Stadtmeisterschaft"
  24. ^ ffc-turbine.de: 2:4 gegen den FSV Babelsberg 74
  25. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Testspiel gegen Mellensee endet 0:2
  26. ^ ffc-turbine.de:Trainingskick gegen Fortunas Männer
  27. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Freundschaftsspiel in Camburg endet 7:6
  28. ^ ffc-turbine.de:Testspiel gegen Bornim endet 5:1
  29. ^ ffc-turbine.de:Benefizspiel gegen Ketzin/Falkenrehde endet 2:1
  30. ^ ffc-turbine.de:Testkick beim Fußballfest in Finsterwalde
  31. ^ ffc-turbine.de: Testkick in Oranienburg endet 5:0