SV Tasmania Berlin

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SV Tasmania Berlin
SV Tasmania Berlin logo.png
Full name SV Tasmania Berlin e.V.
Founded 3 February 1973
Ground Werner-Seelenbinder-Sportpark
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Detlef Wilde
Trainer Mario Reichel
League Berlin-Liga (VI)
2015–16 4th

SV Tasmania Berlin is a German football club based in Berlin-Neukölln, Germany, currently playing in the Berlin-Liga (VI).

History[edit]

Tasmania's predecessor club, SC Tasmania 1900 Berlin, was already financially insecure in the early 1970s, and so the amateur and youth players of the team decided to establish their own club on 3 February 1973, which they named SV Tasmania 73 Neukölln. Later that year, the former Bundesliga club Tasmania 1900 was declared bankrupt and was disbanded. Many club officials and players followed suit to support the new team in Neukölln.

Tasmania 73 played the 1997–98 and 1998–99 seasons in the then fourth tier NOFV-Oberliga Nord. In December 2000, the club was renamed SV Tasmania-Gropiusstadt 1973.[1] 2007–08 saw Tasmania-Gropiusstadt play in the Berlin-Liga (V). Following a league restructure and two relegations in succession, the club played the 2009–10 season in the 8th tier Bezirksliga Berlin Staffel 3 before finishing second and gaining promotion to the Landesliga Berlin Staffel 2 (VII) for the 2010–11 season. In 2011, the club was renamed SV Tasmania Berlin. After finishing first in the 2011–12 Landesliga season the club was promoted once again to the Berlin-Liga.

Stadium[edit]

Tasmania's home matches are played at the 3,000-capacity Werner-Seelenbinder-Sportpark in Berlin-Neukölln, directly next to the site of the former Berlin Tempelhof Airport.

Current squad[edit]

As of 7 March 2017

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

No. Position Player
3 Germany DF Samardzic, NemanjaNemanja Samardzic
5 Turkey DF Kirli, Mehmed OkanMehmed Okan Kirli
7 Germany DF Ermel, RonnyRonny Ermel
8 Germany DF Penava, ZvonimirZvonimir Penava
9 Turkey MF Karasu, MetinMetin Karasu
10 Italy MF Rogoli, SalvatoreSalvatore Rogoli
11 Germany FW Engin, VahitVahit Engin
12 Germany FW Maaß, MarioMario Maaß
14 Germany MF Schmidt, MarkMark Schmidt
15 Germany DF Kallensee, MaximilianMaximilian Kallensee
17 Germany DF Bähr, LucasLucas Bähr
21 Germany GK Hussein, MohamedMohamed Hussein
No. Position Player
22 Germany GK Schelenz, RobertRobert Schelenz
23 Germany MF Marjanovic, AleksandarAleksandar Marjanovic
24 Germany MF Asma, TolgayTolgay Asma
25 Germany GK Kocak, ÜnalÜnal Kocak
26 Germany DF Loder, JulianJulian Loder
28 Germany MF Tiedmann, DamianDamian Tiedmann
30 Germany MF Medrane, FlorianFlorian Medrane
36 Germany MF Tokmak, YildirimYildirim Tokmak
41 Germany MF Hirik, Zihni TanerZihni Taner Hirik
42 Germany FW Sahin, TolgaTolga Sahin
Italy DF Cozza, CataldoCataldo Cozza
Germany MF Kujundzija, LukaLuka Kujundzija

League positions since 1978[edit]

Year Division (Tier) Position
1978–1979 Landesliga Berlin (IV) 5th
1979–1980 Landesliga Berlin (IV) 6th
1980–1981 Landesliga Berlin (IV) Promoted to the Oberliga Berlin 2nd
1981–1982 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 9th
1982–1983 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 14th
1983–1984 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 13th
1984–1985 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 7th
1985–1986 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 8th
1986–1987 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 3rd
1987–1988 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 6th
1988–1989 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 9th
1989–1990 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) 10th
1990–1991 Amateur-Oberliga Berlin (III) Relegated to the Landesliga Berlin 16th
Year Division (Tier) Position
1991–1992 Landesliga Berlin (IV) 3rd
1992–1993 Verbandsliga Berlin (IV) 5th
1993–1994 Verbandsliga Berlin (IV) Relegated to the Landesliga Berlin 18th
1994–1995 Landesliga Berlin (VI) 8th
1995–1996 Landesliga Berlin (VI) Promoted to the Verbandsliga Berlin 2nd
1996–1997 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) Promoted to the Oberliga Nordost 1st
1997–1998 Oberliga Nord (IV) 6th
1998–1999 Oberliga Nord (IV) Relegated to the Verbandsliga Berlin 16th
1999–2000 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) Relegated to the Landesliga Berlin 19th
2000–2001 Landesliga Berlin (VI) 12th
2001–2002 Landesliga Berlin (VI) Promoted to the Verbandsliga Berlin 2nd
2002–2003 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) 2nd
2003–2004 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) 2nd
Year Division (Tier) Position
2004–2005 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) 10th
2005–2006 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) 2nd
2006–2007 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) 2nd
2007–2008 Verbandsliga Berlin (V) Relegated to the Landesliga Berlin 18th
2008–2009 Landesliga Berlin (VII) Relegated to the Bezirksliga Berlin 15th
2009–2010 Bezirksliga Berlin (VIII) Promoted to the Landesliga Berlin 2nd
2010–2011 Landesliga Berlin (VII) 4th
2011–2012 Landesliga Berlin (VII) Promoted to the Berlin-Liga 1st
2012–2013 Berlin-Liga (VI) 15th
2013–2014 Berlin-Liga (VI) 2nd
2014–2015 Berlin-Liga (VI) 3rd
2015–2016 Berlin-Liga (VI) 4th
2016–2017 Berlin-Liga (VI)  —

Honours[edit]

The club's honours:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Grüne, Hardy; Karn, Christian (2009). Das große Buch der Deutschen Fußballvereine (in German). Kassel: AGON Sportverlag. p. 58/348. ISBN 978-3-89784-362-2. 

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