Blau-Weiß Brühl

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Blau-Weiß Brühl
Full name Football club Blau-Weiß Brühl 1949 e. V.
place Brühl , North Rhine-Westphalia
Founded 1949
Dissolved 2009
Club colors blue White
Stadion Schlossparkstadion
Top league Association League Middle Rhine
successes Middle Rhine Cup winner 2001

Blau-Weiß Brühl (completely football club Blau-Weiß Brühl 1949 eV ) was a football club from the Rhenish town of Brühl . The first soccer team took part in the DFB Cup in 2001.


The football club was founded in 1949 and only played at the district level for many decades. In 2000 he was promoted to the district league for the first time, followed by a march through to the Mittelrhein regional league . In 2001 Blau-Weiß Brühl also reached the final of the Middle Rhine Cup under coach Nissim Beniesch and defeated the amateurs of Bayer 04 Leverkusen among others . The final on May 24, 2001 was won 3-2 against Borussia Freialdenhoven . This qualified the team as the first seventh division team for the 2001/02 DFB Cup . There, Blau-Weiß Brühl met Bundesliga club 1. FC Kaiserslautern due to their previous promotion as a sixth division and lost 4-1 to the Palatinate in front of around 6,000 spectators after a 1-0 lead.

In the championship, Blau-Weiß Brühl then once again made it to the Mittelrhein Association League . There the team managed in the 2002/03 season, however, barely relegation, before relegation to the national league followed a year later as a relegated bottom of the table. There, the merger of TuRa Hennef with FC Geistingen to FC Hennef 05 prevented the Brühlers from being passed into the district league. The descent into this finally took place for sporting reasons in 2006. With the lack of sporting success and further relegation to the district league A and 2008 in the district league B, Blau-Weiß Brühl also lost important players and officials.

In the 2008/09 season, the team was withdrawn from play in the current season and the club was finally dissolved. This development was favored by the simultaneous success of local rivals SC Brühl 06/45 , who had made it to the fifth class Middle Rhine League in 2008.



Individual evidence

  1. a b Christoph Bertling: At the beginning come the big bellies. Berliner Zeitung , accessed on November 13, 2014 .