1999–2000 SSV Ulm 1846 season

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SSV Ulm 1846
1999–2000 season
Manager Martin Andermatt
Stadium Donaustadion
1. Bundesliga 16th (relegated)
DFB-Pokal Fourth Round
Top goalscorer League: Hans van de Haar (10)
All: Hans van de Haar (12)

The 1999–2000 season was the first time SSV Ulm 1846 played in the 1. Bundesliga, the highest tier of the German football league system. After 34 league games, SSV Ulm finished in 16th place, and were relegated back to the 2. Fußball-Bundesliga. The club reached the fourth round of the DFB-Pokal; losing 2–1 away to Werder Bremen. Hans van de Haar was the club's top goal scorer, with 12 goals in all competitions.

First team squad[edit]

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Philipp Laux
2 Germany DF Marco Konrad
3 Germany DF Frank Kinkel
4 Germany DF Joachim Stadler
5 Germany DF Uwe Grauer
6 Germany MF Oliver Otto
7 Germany MF Markus Pleuler
8 Hungary DF Tamás Bódog
9 Netherlands FW Hans van de Haar
10 Poland MF Janusz Góra
11 Serbia and Montenegro FW Dragan Trkulja
14 Germany DF Janos Radoki
15 Germany DF Oliver Unsöld
16 Germany MF Thomas Motzke
No. Position Player
17 Germany GK Oliver Tuzyna
18 Germany MF Rainer Scharinger
19 Germany MF Bernd Maier
20 Germany FW Sascha Rösler
21 Angola DF Rui Marques
22 Trinidad and Tobago MF Evans Wise
23 Australia FW David Zdrilic
25 Germany MF Ralf Zimmermann
26 Turkey MF Ünal Demirkiran
27 Germany MF Udo Schrötter
28 Germany MF Marco Mangold
29 Germany DF Klaus Mirwald
30 Germany GK Holger Betz
33 Brazil FW Leandro Fonseca

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