VfL Sindelfingen

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VfL Sindelfingen
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Full name VfL Sindelfingen 1862 e.V.
Founded 1862
Ground Floschenstadion (Sindelfingen)
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Martina Schmid
Head Coach Saban Uzun
League Bundesliga
2013–14 12th (Relegated)

VfL Sindelfingen is a German sports club from Sindelfingen, Baden-Württemberg. The club was founded in 1862 and has more than 9,000 members, making it one of biggest sports clubs in Germany. VfL Sindelfingen has departments for various sports including football (soccer), volleyball, basketball, swimming, athletics, table tennis, and badminton.

Football[edit]

Women[edit]

The women's football section is one of the most successful departments in the club. They played in the Bundesliga, Germany's premier football league for women, from its inception in 1990 till 1997. They were relegated after the 1996–97 season and struggled for some years. When the second Bundesliga was incepted in 2004 Sindelfingen was one of the founding members and even managed promotion to the Bundesliga after the first season. After a year in the Bundesliga they were relegated back to the second league, where they played 2012, when they were again promoted to the premier category.

The team's current kit is light blue-white for home games and white or black-red for away games.

2012-13 Squad[edit]

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 Simone Holder
3 Germany DF Larissa Laich
4 Germany DF Catharina Schwägler
5 Germany DF Bianca Blöchl
6 Germany DF Michelle Wörner
7 Germany MF Nicole Loipersberger
8 Austria DF Elisabeth Tieber
9 United States MF Natalia Mann
10 Germany DF Merza Julevic
11 Germany MF Michelle Wörner
12 Switzerland GK Pascale Küffer
13 Germany GK Kristina Schnüll
14 Germany MF Maximiliane Rall
17 Germany FW Annika Schmidt
No. Position Player
18 Germany FW Jana Spengler
19 Germany MF Stefanie Grimm
20 Germany MF Anna-Lena Vollmer
21 Germany MF Julia Schneider
22 Germany FW Fabienne Dongus
24 Switzerland DF Sandra Betschart
27 Austria MF Jasmin Eder
32 Germany DF Tamar Dongus
23 Austria DF Susanna Höller
25 Germany GK Jessica König
26 Germany DF Lea Rädle
27 Austria MF Jasmin Eder
30 Hungary MF Alexandra Szarvas
33 Germany GK Alisa Geiger

Statistics[edit]

Season League Place W D L GF GA Pts DFB-Pokal
1990–91 Bundesliga Süd (I) 7 6 5 7 27 30 17 Quarter-finals
1991–92 Bundesliga Süd 4 10 6 4 33 19 26 3rd round
1992–93 Bundesliga Süd 5 6 5 7 26 20 17 3rd round
1993–94 Bundesliga Süd 7 6 1 11 22 41 13 3rd round
1994–95 Bundesliga Süd 5 6 5 7 20 32 17 Quarter-finals
1995–96 Bundesliga Süd 6 6 2 10 32 40 20 2nd Round
1996–97 Bundesliga Süd 9 4 4 10 22 39 16 Quarter-finals
1997–98 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (II) 7 9 5 10 53 54 32 not qualified
1998–99 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 8 7 8 7 34 33 29 not qualified
1999–00 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 6 8 5 9 49 43 29 not qualified
2000–01 unknown not qualified
2001–02 unknown not qualified
2002–03 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (III) 1 unknown not qualified
2003–04 Regionalliga Süd (II) 4 10 2 6 30 15 32 not qualified
2004–05 2. Bundesliga Süd (II) 1 16 2 2 58 19 50 not qualified
2005–06 Bundesliga (I) 11 2 5 15 19 72 11 3rd round
2006–07 2. Bundesliga Süd 3 15 1 6 81 22 46 2nd round
2007–08 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 18 2 2 70 14 56 2nd round
2008–09 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 18 1 3 60 16 55 Quarter-finals
2009–10 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 16 4 2 49 12 52 3rd round
2010–11 2. Bundesliga Süd 5 9 4 9 32 37 31 2nd round
2011–12 2. Bundesliga Süd 1 18 2 2 63 14 56 3rd round
Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.

Men[edit]

The men's team gained promotion to the Verbandsliga Württemberg (VI) after the 2006–07 season, where they are still playing.

Swimming[edit]

The swimming team of Sindelfingen is a member of the Bundesliga. The women are part of the second Bundesliga.

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