Pulheimer SC

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Pulheimer Sport-Club 1924/57 e.V. is a German sports club from Pulheim. It has sections for association football, handball, baseball (Pulheim Gophers), hockey, inline hockey, volleyball, badminton, tennis, table tennis, budo, fencing, track and field, cycling, swimming, dancing and chess.

In June 1924, SC Sparta Pulheim was founded as a football club. Numerous other sports were added over the years. On 9 September 1966 it merged with VfL Pulheim (founded 1957), creating the modern club.[1]

Successful club members in individual sports include Gerald Ciolek (road cycling) and Helga Arendt (400 metres).

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  1. ^ "Gründungsversammlung vom 9.September 1966" (in German). Pulheimer SC. Retrieved 26 July 2014.

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