|Surname||Hagener Sportverein 1920 eV|
|Club colors||yellow white|
|Founded||May 15, 1920|
Hagen am Teutoburg Forest ,
The Hagener SV (officially: Hagener Sportverein 1920 eV ) is a sports club from Hagen in the Teutoburg Forest in the district of Osnabrück . The women's basketball team has played in the 2nd Bundesliga for seven years .
The club goes back to the ball game club Hagen founded on May 15, 1920 . At the same time there was the Catholic DJK Hagen , which was forcibly dissolved in 1934, and the Hagen gymnastics and athletes' club founded in 1906 . After the end of the Second World War , the members of the three clubs merged to form the Hagener Spielverein . The association has had its current name since 1949. In addition to basketball, the club also offers badminton , boules , fitness , soccer , health sports , judo , children's gymnastics and volleyball . With over 2000 members, the Hagener SV is the fourth largest club in the Osnabrück district.
The basketball department was founded in 1972 and has been operating under the name Hagen Huskies since 1989 . The first women's team was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga North under coach Michael Bühren in 2002 and became champions there in 2007. For financial reasons, however, the club decided not to be promoted to the Bundesliga. Two years later the huskies were relegated from the 2nd Bundesliga and slipped down to the top division. The huskies have been competing in the 2nd Regionalliga Nord since 2015. The female U20 team became German runners-up in 2004. Katja Bavendam and Jessica Höötmann played for the huskies women's team .
The men's team plays in the Weser-Ems regional league. With Philipp Herkenhoff , the club produced a Bundesliga player at SC Rasta Vechta and a German national player. The former national player Reiner Frontzek worked as a coach in Hagen.
|Venue||Sports center Hagen|
|Head coach||Benjamin Deuper|
|league||District League Osnabrück-Land South|
For decades, the footballers of Hagener SV only played at district level. In 1965 he was promoted to the district class, but was directly relegated. In 1971, the Hageners rose again to the district class and heralded the most successful era in the club's history. In the promotion season, HSV was runner-up behind Concordia Belm-Powe . Four years later, he was promoted to the district league, which was followed by a direct march through to the then fourth-class Verbandsliga West . There the Hagen team reached their sporting climax in 1979 with ninth place. However, the team had the misfortune to miss the qualification for the newly created, two-track state league , for which the Hagener should have finished seventh.
Now HSV continued to play in the Weser-Ems regional league and was runner-up there in 1980 behind VfL Ockenhausen . A year later, the Hagen team only held the class because of the better goal difference compared to Blau-Weiß Borssum . In 1984 the team was relegated to the district league and three years later had to go down to the district class. In 1993 he was relegated to the district league, where he managed to get promoted again as runner-up behind TSG Dissen . Although the Hagener were seventh in the next season, but this was not enough for relegation, as the number of district classes was reduced from eight to five.
In 1998 HSV rose again to the district class and played in the next two seasons for promotion to the district league. But it was only enough to runner-up behind TuS Glane in 1999 and TuS Haste 01 in 2000. In the second runner-up, the Hagen team had an additional chance of promotion in a promotion round, but lost 4-1 to Schwarz-Weiß Osterfeine and 4: 6 against FC Leschede . When the district classes were dissolved without replacement in 2006, HSV managed to qualify. Until 2012, the Hagener held in the district league, before relegation to the district league followed.
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- German Sports Club for Football Statistics (Ed.): Football in Lower Saxony 1964 - 1979 . 2008, p. 149, 192 .
- German Sports Club for Football Statistics (Ed.): Football in the Weser-Ems district 1979-2006 . Taught 2018, p. 244, 302, 308, 313, 404 .
- Michael Jonas: Hagener SV: A lot of popular sport, but also top basketball. Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung , accessed on April 20, 2019 .