VfL Oldenburg

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VfL Oldenburg
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Full nameVerein für Leibesübungen Oldenburg
Founded1894
GroundStadion Alexanderstraße
Capacity3,500
LeagueRegionalliga Nord (IV)
2017–182nd (promoted)

VfL Oldenburg is a German sports club from the town of Oldenburg, Lower Saxony which is best known for its football team, which plays in the Niedersachsenliga, the fifth level of the German football league system.[1] The club has over 2,000 members in nine different sports departments including handball, American football, badminton, athletics, gymnastics and volleyball.

History[edit]

VfL were relegated from the German 5th tier (Oberliga) in 2009–10.[2] In 2013 they were promoted back to the Oberliga (Niedersachsenliga) as Landesliga Weser-Ems champions (their third title).

Honours[edit]

The club's honours:

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