SC Freiburg (women)

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SC Freiburg
SC Freiburg.png
Full name Sport-Club Freiburg
Founded 1975
Ground Möslestadion
Freiburg, Germany
Ground Capacity 18,000
Chairman Fritz Keller
Manager Jens Scheuer
League Bundesliga
2016–17 4th

SC Freiburg is the women's association football team of SC Freiburg. The team played several seasons in Germany's top-level league. In 2009–10 they were relegated from the Bundesliga to the 2nd Bundesliga. One year later they again were promoted to the Bundesliga.

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 September 2016 [1]

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 Laura Benkarth (captain)
2 Germany DF Lisa Karl
5 Germany DF Kim Fellhauer
7 Germany MF Giulia Gwinn
8 Germany MF Juliane Maier (vice-captain)
9 Germany MF Janina Minge
10 Germany FW Sylvia Arnold
11 Germany FW Hasret Kayikçi
12 Italy GK Laura Giuliani
13 Germany FW Sandra Starke
14 Switzerland MF Cinzia Zehnder
15 Canada DF Chelsea Stewart
16 Germany MF Lina Magull (on loan from Wolfsburg)
17 Germany FW Vanessa Ziegler
No. Position Player
18 Austria DF Sarah Puntigam
19 Germany MF Nicole Eckerle
20 Germany MF Lisa Schüler
21 Germany FW Klara Bühl
22 Germany FW Lena Petermann
23 Germany GK Teresa Straub
24 Germany MF Anja Hegenauer
27 Germany MF Clara Schöne
28 Germany DF Sabine Stoller
29 Germany DF Jobina Lahr
30 Germany DF Carolin Simon
31 Germany MF Selina Wagner
33 Germany DF Carolin Schiewe

Former players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Squad". SC Freiburg. Retrieved 21 June 2016. 

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