SC Concordia von 1907

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SC Concordia von 1907
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Full name Sport Club Concordia von 1907 e.V.
Nickname(s) Cordi
Founded 9 May 1907
Ground Marienthal
Ground Capacity 8,000
Manager Andreas Reinke
League Landesliga Hamburg (VI)
2010–11 17th, Oberliga Hamburg (V)

SC Concordia von 1907 is a German football club from Marienthal, a quarter in the Wandsbek borough of the city of Hamburg.

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

The club was formed in 1907 as SC Concordia Wandsbeck by a small group of seven enthusiastic cycle polo players, with football being only the second sport of the new association. However, cycle polo soon became unfashionable due to frequent crashes and football took over as the clubs main interest.[1] The clubs name Concordia originated by Walter Stautz who saw it engraved in a medal.

In 1923, the club merged with another local club, Germania, and in 1937, changed its name to the current one.[2]

1921 to 1933[edit]

The club did not reach the highest level of play in the city of Hamburg till after World War I. In 1921–22, it played in the Kreisliga Groß-Hamburg – Alsterkreis, one of the two highest divisions in the city at the time, reaching sixth place out of eight teams.[3] It repeated this performance in 1923 and 1924, but came last in its division in 1924–25. However, the team managed to retain its spot in the league through a good performance in the relegation round.[4] Struggling on in the following season, Concordia was relegated back to the second level in 1927, after finishing last in its division again.[5]

In the A-Klasse Hamburg – Staffel 3 (II), the club delivered an average performance in 1927–28, earning a fourth place finish.[6] In the 1929–30 season, the club declined further, coming last in what was now the Bezirksliga Hamburg – Alster Staffel and finding itself relegated to the third division.[7]

1933 to 1945[edit]

Concordia returned to first division football in 1939, when it won promotion to the Gauliga Nordmark, then the highest football league in northern Germany. Due to the outbreak of World War II, the league was split into two regional groups for 1939–40, but reunited the next season. Concordia suffered a last place finish in 1941 and was relegated from the Gauliga, unable to return to the league which was disbanded in 1945.[8]

1945 to 1963[edit]

Following the war, the club became one of thirteen clubs in the Stadtliga Hamburg, the highest league in the region until 1947. In 1946–47, Concordia came third in this league and, together with Hamburger SV, FC St Pauli and Victoria Hamburg, was admitted to the new Oberliga Nord (I).

In Oberliga play, the club managed several mid-table finishes, with a sixth place in 1949–50 being its best performance. In 1953, it was relegated to the Amateurliga Hamburg (II) after coming 15th out of 16 teams. In three seasons in this league, the team won two championships and a runners-up spot and won promotion back to the Oberliga in 1956.

With the exception of a sixth place result in 1957–58, the club continually flirted with relegation, but survived managed to survive until 1963 when the Oberligas were disbanded in favor of the new nationwide first division Fußball-Bundesliga.

1963 to 1974[edit]

Concordia qualified for the new second division Regionalliga Nord despite only coming 14th in 1963. In its first Regionalliga season, Cordi continued to struggle but improved somewhat after 1964. Another sixth place finish in 1967 stands out as the club's best performance in this era, but by 1970 it was relegated once more, to the tier three Landesliga Hamburg. After three seasons, the team returned to the Regionalliga for what was the final season for the Regionalligen before they were replaced by the 2nd Bundesligas in 1974.

1974 to 2008[edit]

A tenth place in 1974 was not enough to qualify for the new second division and Cordi became part of the newly recreated Oberliga Nord (III). It remained in this league for the next 17 seasons, without ever coming close to promotion, a fifth place in 1977 being its best result.

In 1991, the club's luck finally run out and it lost its relegation battle, having to step down to the Verbandsliga Hamburg (IV). After an eighth place in its first season there, it earned two championships in the following campaigns, with their second title earning the team promotion to the new Regionalliga Nord (III).

Concordia enjoyed three season there before falling to relegation again and having to return to the Oberliga. After three seasons in the Oberliga Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein, the club was relegated again, back to the Verbandsliga. A title in this league however moved the team straight back up and it enjoyed three excellent seasons in the Oberliga with two third places in 2003 and 2004 being the best results.

Upon recreation of the Oberliga Nord in 2004, the club was immediately relegated to the Verbandsliga and has since spent its time there. In 2008, the Verbandsliga Hamburg was renamed Oberliga Hamburg. In the final of the Hamburg Cup they won against Altonaer FC 93 with 2:1, so they started in the DFB-Pokal in 2009/2010. There they defeated by TuS Koblenz 0:4.

Honours[edit]

Recent managers[edit]

Manager Start Finish
Andreas Klobedanz 7 October 2008
Andreas Reinke 7 October 2008

Recent seasons[edit]

Year Division Position
1999–2000 Oberliga Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein (IV) 16th ↓
2000–01 Verbandsliga Hamburg (V) 1st ↑
2001–02 Oberliga Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein (IV) 5th
2002–03 Oberliga Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein 3rd
2003–04 Oberliga Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein 3rd
2004–05 Oberliga Nord (IV) 16th ↓
2005–06 Verbandsliga Hamburg (V) 2nd
2006–07 Verbandsliga Hamburg 3rd
2007–08 Verbandsliga Hamburg 4th
2008–09 Oberliga Hamburg (V) 13th
2009–10 Oberliga Hamburg (V) 14th
2010–11 Oberliga Hamburg (V) 17th ↓
2011–12 Landesliga Hamburg (VI) th

DFB Cup appearances[edit]

The club has qualified for the first round of the German Cup seven times:

Season Round Date Home Away Result Attendance
1952–53 DFB-Pokal[9] First round 17 August 1952 Concordia Hamburg Borussia Dortmund 4–3
Second round 19 November 1952 Concordia Hamburg VfB Mühlburg 4–3
Quarter-final 1 February 1953 Waldhof Mannheim Concordia Hamburg 2–1
1962–63 DFB-Pokal[10] First round 1 June 1963 Concordia Hamburg Tasmania 1900 Berlin 1–3
1965–66 DFB-Pokal[11] First round 22 January 1966 TuS Haste Concordia Hamburg 1–2
Second round 19 February 1966 SV Werder Bremen Concordia Hamburg 2–0
1977–78 DFB-Pokal[12] First round 29 July 1977 Concordia Hamburg FC Bayern Hof 2–0
Second round 19 August 1977 Schwarz-Weiß Essen Concordia Hamburg 2–0
1978–79 DFB-Pokal[13] First round 4 August 1978 Südwest Ludwigshafen Concordia Hamburg 2–0
1980–81 DFB-Pokal[14] First round 28 August 1980 Concordia Hamburg Hammer SpVg 2–2 aet
First round replay 4 September 1980 Hammer SpVg Concordia Hamburg 3–2
1987–88 DFB-Pokal[15] First round 28 August 1987 Concordia Hamburg SpVgg Erkenschwick 3–0 aet
Second round 24 October 1987 1. FC Pforzheim Concordia Hamburg 2–0
2009–10 DFB-Pokal First round 2 August 2009 Concordia Hamburg TuS Koblenz 0–4 1100

References[edit]

  1. ^ Die Gründung des S.C. Concordia SC Concordia website (German), accessed: 27 November 2008
  2. ^ Abseits guide to German soccer – SC Concordia accessed: 27 November 2008
  3. ^ Kreisliga Großhamburg Abschlußtabelle 1.Klasse 1921–22 (German), accessed: 27 November 2008
  4. ^ Kreisliga Großhamburg Abschlußtabelle 1.Klasse 1924–25 (German), accessed: 27 November 2008
  5. ^ Kreisliga Großhamburg Abschlußtabelle 1.Klasse 1926–27 (German), accessed: 27 November 2008
  6. ^ Fussball-Jahrbuch Deutschland 1927/28 – 1929/30 (German) publisher: DSFS, published: 2002, page: 35, accessed: 27 November 2008
  7. ^ Fussball-Jahrbuch Deutschland 1927/28 – 1929/30 (German) publisher: DSFS, published: 2002, page: 141, accessed: 27 November 2008
  8. ^ Gauliga Nordmark / Gauliga Hamburg Das deutsche Fussball Archiv (German), accessed: 27 November 2008
  9. ^ "DFB-Pokal 1952/1953 » Spielplan" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 27 November 2008. 
  10. ^ "DFB-Pokal 1962/1963 » Spielplan" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 27 November 2008. 
  11. ^ "DFB-Pokal 1965/1966 » Spielplan" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 27 November 2008. 
  12. ^ "DFB-Pokal 1977/1978 » Spielplan" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 27 November 2008. 
  13. ^ "DFB-Pokal 1978/1979 » Spielplan" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 27 November 2008. 
  14. ^ "DFB-Pokal 1980/1981 » Spielplan" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 27 November 2008. 
  15. ^ "DFB-Pokal 1987/1988 » Spielplan" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 27 November 2008. 

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