VfB Germania Halberstadt

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VfB Germania Halberstadt
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Full name VfB Germania Halberstadt e. V.
Founded 1949
Ground Friedensstadion
Ground Capacity 4,999
Chairman Olaf Herbst
Manager Willi Kronhardt
League Regionalliga Nordost (IV)
2010–11 9th

VfB Germania Halberstadt is a German football club from Halberstadt in Saxony-Anhalt.

History[edit]

The club was founded on 26 October 1949 as Betriebssportgemeinschaft Reichsbahn Halberstadt before being renamed BSG Lokomotive Halberstadt in 1950. Through the 1970s the team played in the East German third division DDR-Bezirksliga.

After German reunification in 1990 the team was re-established as Eisenbahnsportverein Halberstadt and spent two seasons in the Verbandsliga Sachsen-Anhalt (IV) before slipping to the Landesliga Sachsen-Anhalt in 1992. Formed as a sports club for railway workers, the number of rail workers actually represented in the membership of the club dropped below 20% and it lost its affiliation with the Railway Sports Federation in 1993. The club became VfB Halberstadt that year while the footballers went their own way in 1994 as Fußball Club Germania Halberstadt, adopting the heritage of a local pre-war side. VfB Germania Halberstadt was formed when the two clubs were reunited in 1997.

A third place result in the Landesliga Sachsen-Anhalt Mitte (VI) and successful promotion playoff returned Halberstadt to Verbandsliga (V) competition in 2000, and after winning the division title in 2003, they advanced to the Oberliga Nordost-Süd (IV). They went on to win the Oberliga (V) in 2011 and advance to the Regionalliga Nord (IV).

Current squad[edit]

As of 26 September 2013

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Pascal Nagel
2 Germany DF Rico Steinhauer
3 Ghana MF Petrus Baldes
4 Germany DF Maik Georgi
5 Germany DF Frederic Schütze
6 Germany MF Philip Schubert
7 Denmark MF Niels-Peter Mørck
8 Germany MF Carl-Christoph Labisch
10 Germany FW Emmanuel Krontiris
11 Germany FW Florian Büchler
No. Position Player
13 Germany MF Sven Seitz
17 Germany DF Danny Wersig
18 Germany FW Ricky Djan-Okai
19 Germany MF Jan Nagel
22 Germany MF Kevin Neef
24 Germany DF Tino Schulze
26 Sweden DF Denis Stojanovic Fredin
27 Germany MF Nils Gottschick
28 France FW Malick Bolivard
31 Germany GK Andreas Naumann

Honours[edit]

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