Füchse Duisburg

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Füchse Duisburg
Fuechse schriftzug.png
Full name Füchse Duisburg
Nickname(s) "Foxes"
Founded 1971
Based in Duisburg
Arena Scania Arena
(capacity: 4,800)
League

Regionalliga NRW 2009-present

  • DEL
    2005-2009
Team colors          
Owner(s) Ralf Pape
Head coach Czesław Panek
Website www.ev-duisburg.de

The Füchse Duisburg are a German ice hockey team formerly a member of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga and currently plays in the Oberliga.

History[edit]

Known in English as the "Duisburg Foxes," the team was founded in 1971.

In 2005, they earned promotion to Germany's top league, the Deutsche Eishockey Liga, where they would play the next four seasons. On March 16, 2009, it was announced that the team would leave the DEL and will play in the Regionalliga NRW for the 2009-10 season.[1]

Names[edit]

  • Duisburger SC (1971–1987)
  • Duisburger SV (1987–1991)
  • EV Duisburg (1991–2004)
  • Füchse Duisburg (2004–present)

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