Guido Spork

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Guido Spork
birthday 3rd January 1975
place of birth BerlinGermany
size 184 cm
position midfield player
Years station
Reinickendorfer foxes
1. FC Lübars
Years station Games (goals) 1
1994-1997 BFC Alemannia 90 Wacker
1997-1999 SV Meppen 49 0(6)
1999-2000 VfL Osnabrück 33 0(3)
2000 Hannover 96 0 0(0)
2000-2004 VfL Osnabrück 95 (18)
2004-2006 SC Paderborn 07 31 0(9)
2006-2008 1. FC Union Berlin 67 0(7)
2008-2010 BFC Dynamo 53 (11)
2010-2011 Brandenburger SC Süd 05 12 0(0)
2011–2012 1. FC Lok Stendal
since 2012 Hertha Zehlendorf
1 Only league games are given.
As of September 22, 2011

Guido Spork (born January 3, 1975 in Berlin ) is a German football player .

Career history

Spork began playing football in his hometown of Berlin with the Reinickendorfer Füchsen , before moving to the 1. FC Lübars youth team and from there in 1994 to BFC Alemannia 90 Wacker . In 1997 he started his professional career with the then second division club SV Meppen . In 2000 he finally went to VfL Osnabrück , where he was able to celebrate promotion to the second Bundesliga (after two close relegation games against his future club 1. FC Union Berlin ).

First he left Osnabrück to sign a contract with Hannover 96 . After only two months, however, he came back to VfL because he did not get any match practice in Hanover. With Osnabrück Spork could only hold one season in the second division and in 2001 rose again to the regional division. In 2003 the team managed to get promoted again, but only finished 18th (and last) in the table in the following season, after which Spork moved on to SC Paderborn 07 . Spork was also able to celebrate promotion to the second Bundesliga with the Paderborn team. In the following season, however, he could not prevail, so Spork moved after the first half of the season to his hometown to the then top division club 1. FC Union.

With the "Iron" Spork succeeded in 2006 promotion to the Regionalliga Nord and victory in the Berlin State Cup . After a mixed season in the following season, Union was even on the verge of promotion to the second division in 2008, but just missed it. Spork himself was noticeable during the season due to lack of discipline and was therefore temporarily removed from the squad by coach Uwe Neuhaus . As a result, he received the approval for a move in the summer break of 2008 from the club, although his contract ran until 2009. At the beginning of August Spork signed a contract with BFC Dynamo . Spork also made negative headlines with his new employer when he was involved in a brawl in a nightclub in March 2009 and received a complaint for assault. The BFC then temporarily suspended him from gaming.

After the end of the 2009/2010 season and again missed promotion to the regional league, Spork left the BFC and joined the Brandenburger SC Süd 05 . After one season he moved to 1. FC Lok Stendal , where Volkan Uluc, his ex-coach at BFC, led the team. Spork has been playing in the Berlin League for Hertha Zehlendorf since 2012 .


Spork has been promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga three times (twice with VfL Osnabrück, once with SC Paderborn 07). In addition, with 1. FC Union Berlin, he was promoted from the Oberliga Nordost-Nord to the Regionalliga Nord.

For SV Meppen and Osnabrück he played a total of 58 second division games (18 for Meppen, 40 for Osnabrück) and was able to score one goal (for Osnabrück).

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Bye! Union dumps Spork. In: Berliner Kurier . Berliner Verlag GmbH, June 21, 2008, accessed on March 26, 2009 .
  2. Union-Spork to the BFC. In: Berliner Kurier . Berliner Verlag GmbH, August 6, 2008, accessed on March 26, 2009 .
  3. BFC throws the bat out. In: Berliner Kurier . Berliner Verlag GmbH, March 26, 2009, accessed on March 26, 2009 .