1.FC Saarbrücken (women's football)

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1.FC Saarbrücken (women's football)
Club crest of 1. FC Saarbrücken
Basic data
Surname 1. Soccer Club Saarbrücken e. V.
Seat Saarbrücken , Saarland
founding April 18, 1903
Colours blue-black
president Hartmut Ostermann
Website www.fc-saarbruecken.de
First soccer team
Head coach Taifour Diane
Venue Kieselhumes Stadium
Places 12,000
league 2nd Bundesliga
2019/20 12th place

The 1. FC Saarbrücken is a German football club from the Saarland state capital Saarbruecken . The women's soccer department was created when the women's soccer team of VfR 09 Saarbrücken joined . The first team played a total of 16 years in the Bundesliga and has been in the 2nd Bundesliga since relegation in 2011 . The greatest success of the department in 2008 was the final participation in the DFB Cup .

The first team has been coached by the former 1. FC Saarbrücken player Taifour Diane since 2015 . The second team in the women's football department has played in the Regionalliga Südwest since 2007 .


1982–1990: Participation in the German soccer championship

The women's soccer team of VfR 09 Saarbrücken qualified for the German soccer championship for the first time in 1982 . At the German football championship 1982 met in the first round, the round of 16, on TSV Wulsdorf , against whom they prevailed 2-0 after a round trip. In the quarterfinals they lost to SC Klinge Seckach . After they were eliminated in the first round against Tennis Borussia Berlin in 1983 , the team was only able to qualify for the 1985 German soccer championship. In the first round, the round of 16, the team met SV Eintracht Stuttgart , which they defeated 3: 9 in the two legs. After the team had defeated TuS Binzen in the quarter-finals , the Saarbrücken team met FC Bayern Munich in the semi-finals . After losing the first leg with 1: 4, you were humiliated in the second leg with the 0:12 defeat.

For the German soccer championship 1986 the VfR 09 Saarbrücken could qualify. In the second round, they eliminated SC Klinge Seckach and met FC Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals . Against the Munich team they were eliminated again but only 1: 2 after the first and second leg. After they were eliminated in the round of 16 in 1987, they survived the last 16 of the German Football Championship in 1988 . After defeating TuS Binzen 6: 1 on a two-way round, they met Fortuna Sachsenroß Hannover in the quarter-finals and were eliminated from the competition 2: 4.

After 1985 the VfR 09 Saarbrücken was able to reach the semi-finals again at the German football championship in 1989 . In the second round, the team prevailed 3-0 against SC Klinge Seckach and beat Fortuna Sachsenroß Hannover 4-0 in the quarterfinals . SSG 09 Bergisch Gladbach waited in the semifinals . In the first leg, the Saarbrücken woman lost 2-0. In the second leg they had no chance to turn the result around and lost 5-0 and were eliminated from the competition. In the last edition of the German soccer championship, the team was eliminated in the quarter-finals against FC Bayern Munich after defeating 1. FC Neukölln in the round of 16 .

1990–1997: Participation in the women's Bundesliga

season league space S. U N Gates Points DFB Cup
1990/91 Bundesliga South 3. 9 7th 2 44:19 25:11 Quarter finals
1991/92 Bundesliga South 3. 13 1 6th 40:23 27:13 Round of 16
1992/93 Bundesliga South 3. 8th 4th 6th 21:19 20:16 Quarter finals
1993/94 Bundesliga South 4th 10 4th 4th 52:28 24:12 Semifinals
1994/95 Bundesliga South 7th 5 5 8th 29:53 15:21 Quarter finals
1995/96 Bundesliga South 7th 4th 6th 8th 23:41 18th Quarter finals
1996/97 Bundesliga South 4th 8th 4th 6th 27:29 28 Round of 16

VfR 09 Saarbrücken is a founding member of the women's Bundesliga . For the 1990/91 season it was divided into the southern relay and took third place behind FSV Frankfurt and TuS 1900 Niederkirchen , thus missing out on qualifying for the final round of the German championship. Also in the two seasons 1991/92 and 1992/93 the Saarbrücken women were the third to miss the qualification for the finals for the German championship. In the 1993/94 season they finished fourth in the southern season of the women's Bundesliga. In contrast, things went better in the 1993/94 DFB Cup . After defeating SV Weiskirchen and SC Siegelbach in the first two rounds . They met VfL Sindelfingen in the round of 16 . After it was 1: 1 after 120 minutes, the Saarbrücken team defeated the Sindelfingen team 6: 5 on penalties. After defeating TuS Ahrbach 4-2 after extra time in the quarter-finals , the team from Saarbrücken was eliminated in the semifinals with 2: 9 against Grün-Weiß Brauweiler .

After they only finished seventh in the two seasons 1994/95 and 1995/96 and thus just kept their class, the team from Saarbrücken took fourth place in the important 1996/97 season . The team thus qualified for the single-track women's Bundesliga. In the 1996/97 DFB Cup they defeated SV Ellingen in the first round and SC Siegelbach in the second round . In the last sixteen they met FC Rumeln-Kaldenhausen and were eliminated from the competition after a 1: 3 defeat.


1997–2000: Establishment in the women's Bundesliga

season league space S. U N Gates Points DFB Cup
1997/98 Bundesliga 8th. 9 2 11 32:41 29 Quarter finals
1998/99 Bundesliga 7th 6th 6th 10 21:31 24 Quarter finals
1999/2000 Bundesliga 10. 5 3 14th 25:40 18th Semifinals

For the 1997/98 season , the women's football department left VfR 09 Saarbrücken and joined local rivals 1. FC Saarbrücken. In the first season of the single-track women's Bundesliga, the team from Saarbrücken took eighth place and was in the middle of the field. In the following season, 1. FC Saarbrücken achieved its best placement in the single-track women's Bundesliga with seventh place.

While in the women's Bundesliga in the 1999/2000 season with tenth place they just prevented relegation, things went better in the DFB-Pokal 1999/2000 . After they had defeated TuS Ahrbach without a fight in the first round and SV Oberteuringen in the round of 16, the team faced 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam in the quarter-finals . The team from Saarbrücken reached the semi-finals with a 3-1 win. There she met the defending champion 1. FFC Frankfurt and was eliminated from the competition due to a 1: 3 defeat.

2000–2011: 1. FC Saarbrücken lift team

season league space S. U N Gates Points DFB Cup
2000/01 Bundesliga 12. 2 3 17th 18: 066 9 Round of 16
2001/02 Bundesliga 12. 2 2 18th 16: 071 8th 1 round
2002/03 Regionalliga southwest 1. 19th 1 0 78: 600 58 1 round
2003/04 Bundesliga 12. 0 1 21st 07: 115 1 Round of 16
2004/05 2nd Bundesliga South 2. 12 3 5 52: 022 39 Round of 16
2005/06 2nd Bundesliga South 2. 18th 2 2 78: 015 56 Quarter finals
2006/07 2nd Bundesliga South 1. 17th 4th 1 79: 019 55 Semifinals
2007/08 Bundesliga 11. 4th 6th 12 26: 051 18th final
2008/09 2nd Bundesliga South 1. 18th 3 1 81: 010 57 2nd round
2009/10 Bundesliga 9. 5 4th 13 30: 054 19th 2nd round
2010/11 Bundesliga 11. 4th 2 16 20: 072 14th Round of 16

In the 2000/01 season , 1. FC Saarbrücken was only able to collect nine points and was therefore a relegated athlete. 1. FC Saarbrücken was just as lucky as FFC Heike Rheine and remained in the league because the license was withdrawn from Sportfreunde Siegen and FFC Flaesheim-Hillen withdrew its team. The relegation was only postponed by a year because 1. FC Saarbrücken finished the following season in 12th and last place with only eight points. This meant that the team had to relegate to the Regionalliga Südwest for the first time . Things didn't go any better for 1. FC Saarbrücken in the DFB Cup. The team was eliminated from the competition in the first round against FFC Brauweiler-Pulheim due to a 1: 2 defeat.

In the 2002/03 season things did not go any better for the team from Saarbrücken in the DFB Cup and the team was eliminated from the competition in the first round due to a 5-0 defeat against SC 07 Bad Neuenahr . In contrast, things went better in the Regionalliga Südwest: The team finished undefeated in first place and thus achieved immediate promotion back to the women's Bundesliga.

After the direct re-promotion, the team picked up only one point in the 1-1 draw against SC Freiburg in the following season and relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga , which was newly founded for the 2004/05 season . In addition, 1. FC Saarbrücken went down negatively in the history of the single-track women's Bundesliga . They were the first club to concede more than 100 goals in one season with 115 goals conceded. In the 2004/05 season , the team appeared in the southern season of the 2nd Bundesliga and missed direct promotion behind VfL Sindelfingen in second place.

In the 2005/06 season, the team gambled away the longed-for return to the House of Lords on the last day of the match with a 2-0 defeat at TSV Crailsheim and ended up only in second place behind TSV Crailsheim. In the following season, he was promoted to the Bundesliga on the penultimate matchday. In addition, the team did well in the 2006/07 DFB Cup . After defeating ASV Hagsfeld in the first round and SV 67 Weinberg in the second round , they met FF USV Jena in the round of 16 . With a 4-1 victory they moved into the quarter-finals, where they defeated Tennis Borussia Berlin 2-1. In the semifinals, they met last year's cup finalists and were eliminated from the competition with a 4-0 defeat.

On April 19, 2008 1. FC Saarbrücken was in Berlin against 1. FFC Frankfurt in the final of the DFB Cup . Before that, 1. FC Saarbrücken defeated SV Eutingen , SC Sand , Holstein Kiel , TSV Crailsheim and TuS Köln rrh. 1874 . In the final, as in last year's semi-final, they had no chance and missed winning the title due to the 1: 5 defeat. In the last game of the 2007/08 season , the team did not get more than 1-1 against their direct competitor in the relegation battle, Hamburger SV, and thus relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga due to the poorer goal difference.

As befits an elevator team, the Saarbrücken women secured the championship title in the southern season of the 2nd Bundesliga and rose again to the women's Bundesliga. In the 2009/10 season , 1. FC Saarbrücken was able to secure relegation with ninth place for the first time since the 1990/00 season. In contrast, they did not manage to stay up in the 2010/11 season and were relegated as the penultimate from the women's Bundesliga.

Since 2011: Establishment in the 2nd Bundesliga

season league space S. U N Gates Points DFB Cup
2011/12 2nd Bundesliga South 8th. 8th 5 9 37:34 29 2nd round
2012/13 2nd Bundesliga South 7th 9 3 10 40:36 30th 2nd round
2013/14 2nd Bundesliga South 3. 14th 2 6th 57:24 44 Round of 16
2014/15 2nd Bundesliga South 4th 11 6th 5 65:22 39 2nd round
2015/16 2nd Bundesliga South 4th 12 7th 3 40:29 43 2nd round
2016/17 2nd Bundesliga South 6th 9 2 11 36:35 29 2nd round
2017/18 2nd Bundesliga South 4th 10 6th 6th 48:36 36 Quarter finals
2018/19 2nd Bundesliga 8th. 9 9 8th 55:43 36 Round of 16
2019/20 2nd Bundesliga Round of 16

After relegation, the team from Saarbrücken was sorted into the southern season of the 2nd Bundesliga. In the first season after relegation, the eighth place clearly missed the return to the first division. In the 2013/14 season they secured third place behind the unbeaten SC Sand and 1. FC Köln . In the following season, the good performance from the previous season could be built on and 1. FC Saarbrücken took fourth place in the table, which was also confirmed in the 2015/16 season .

After only finishing sixth in the 2016/17 season , the team from Saarland finished fourth in the 2017/18 season . With fourth place, the team qualified for the single-track 2nd Bundesliga, which was introduced for the 2018/19 season . In the 2018/19 DFB-Pokal , 1. FC Saarbrücken made it to the quarter-finals for the first time since taking part in the cup final in 2008. After winning against FSV Hessen Wetzlar , Borussia Mönchengladbach and FF USV Jena , they faced FC Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals . Against the later cup finalists, the team was eliminated from the DFB Cup with 0:15 with no chance.


Kieselhumes Stadium

The women's team plays their home games in the Kieselhumes stadium, where the Saarland national soccer team has played their home games. With 6,000 seats, the stadium is one of the larger stadiums in the 2nd Bundesliga.


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