Club zur Vahr

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Surname Club zur Vahr (CzV)
Club colors Black-and-white
Founded 1905
Place of foundation Bremen
Association headquarters Bürgermeister-Spitta-Allee 34
28329 Bremen
Departments 4th
Chairman Hans-Dieter Lampe

The Club zur Vahr (CzV) in Bremen is a hockey , tennis , golf and shooting club with clay pigeon shooting and its own swimming pool.


The Club zur Vahr was founded in 1905. Initially it was a polo , golf, tennis and hockey club. Later, athletics , clay pigeon shooting, and also briefly Rugby and Cricket added. After the war ended in 1945 , the club was confiscated by the Allies and only allowed to play again in 1952. Since then, hockey, tennis, golf and clay pigeon shooting have been offered in the club.

In 1925 the Club zur Vahr presented the Hansajugend Prize, which is taken over by the German Golf Association (DGV) and is still played today.


The women's team played in the northern group of the indoor hockey Bundesliga for a total of 13 years : from 1986 to 1996, 1999 to 2001 and most recently in the 2003/04 season. A third place in the table in the 1990/91 season jumped out as the best placement, but this did not entitle them to participate in the final round of the German championship. In March 2009, boys A (U14) became German indoor hockey champions for the first time. The team, now 2 years older, was able to repeat this success in February 2011 as youth B (U16).

In the 2019/20 season, all the first teams of the Club zur Vahr, both women and men, will play on the field and in the hall in the Regionalliga Nord.


The tennis department of the Club zur Vahr has twelve outdoor clay courts, three of which are covered in winter. The courses are located near the Bremen horse racing track in the Vahr .


  • Ronald Krüger , long jumper, German champion 1955
  • Diether Meier-Kulenkampff (1955–2013), long-time chairman of the hockey department
  • Wolfgang Rummenigge (* 1951), footballer, manager of the club
  • A. K. Weyhausen

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