|Surname||Haldensleber Sportclub e. V.|
|Seat||Haldensleben , Saxony-Anhalt|
|founding||June 12, 1998|
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Marco Wagner|
|league||Association League Saxony-Anhalt|
The Haldensleber SC is a sports club based in the German city of Haldensleben in the state of Saxony-Anhalt . With 300 members, football is the largest department. There are also departments for basketball, boxing, American football, gymnastics, handball, karate, bowling, weight training, athletics, roller sports, chess, table tennis, gymnastics, volleyball and hiking.
Development of the association
The chronicle of Haldensleber SC goes back to June 15, 1910, when the Sport Club Viktoria was founded in Neuhaldensleben in 1910. He began with football, followed by athletics, swimming, tennis and handball successively until 1930. Between 1922 and 1933 the club was called VfL Neuhaldensleben. After the end of the Second World War , the association was dissolved in 1945 at the instigation of the Soviet occupying forces. Subsequently, SG Haldensleben continued to run the sports business until it was taken over in 1948 by the Betriebsportgemeinschaft (BSG) of the Deutsche Reichsbahn depot in Haldensleben. It offered numerous sports under the name BSG Lokomotive, but was not known nationwide except in football.
When the Reichsbahn stopped providing financial support after the political change in 1990, BSG Lok changed into the registered association Haldensleber SV Lok / Viktoria. This merged in 1993 with TSV 56 Haldensleben to TSV Viktoria Haldensleben. After another merger with Eintracht Haldensleben, Haldensleber SC was created on June 12, 1998.
Development of the sport of football
SC Viktoria joined the Association of Central German Ball Game Clubs on April 3, 1919 , without its soccer team appearing nationwide. The BSG locomotive played in the fourth class district class from 1950, in which it became champion in 1953. The BSG rose to the district league , in which it was represented until 1957. Third place in 1957 qualified for promotion to the third-class II. GDR League since 1956 . In the third division, however, the BSG only played for one season, as the penultimate Lok rose again immediately. Then there was a change between the district league and district class for many years, in the seasons 1975/76 and 1976/77 even the fifth class district class was played. The BSG locomotive experienced the end of GDR football in 1989/90 as 8th in the district class.
- League overview until 1990
- 1950–1953: District class, 4th division
- 1953–1957: District League, 3rd / 4th league
- 1958 : 2nd GDR League, 3rd League
- 1959–1964: District League, 4th / 3rd league
- 1964–1967: District class, 4th division
- 1967–1968: District League
- 1968–1969: district class
- 1969–1971: District League
- 1971–1975: district class
- 1975–1977: District class, 5th division
- 1977–1990: district class
The BSG Lok Haldensleben was only able to qualify for the GDR-wide competition for the FDGB soccer cup for two seasons . In 1954/55 it was enough for two rounds, the end came with 0: 5 at the later GDR runner-up SC Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt. In 1959, the BSG Lok reached the third cup round, in which they lost 3-0 to the third division Chemistry Leuna.
After the introduction of the DFB league system in East Germany, the newly founded SV Lok / Viktoria was included in the sixth-class district class of Saxony-Anhalt for the 1990/91 season, from which the club was relegated to the district league in 1992. He fought for immediate resurgence and handed over his starting place in the district class to TSV Viktoria for the 1993/94 season. This also only needed a year to move up to the now sixth class national league. In 1998 the TSV passed the baton to the Haldensleber SC as a climber in the association league . The HSC initially held its own in the top division of Saxony-Anhalt until 2003, after which it was relegated to the state league for five seasons. Since 2008 the HSC has been playing in the association league again, now the sixth league. In the 2011/12 season, the Bundesliga club reached the final of the Krombacher Pokal , but lost 4-0 to Halleschen FC . A year later, Stephan Grabinski's team became national champions, but had to forego promotion to the league .
As a result of the newly introduced guidelines of the football department, the collaboration with long-time coach Stephan Grabinski will end on June 30, 2013. Roland Zahn took over the office for the 2013/14 season.
- League overview since 1990
- 1990–1992: district class (HSV Lok-Viktoria)
- 1992–1993: District League
- 1993–1994: district class (TSV Viktoria)
- 1994–1998: Landesliga, 6th division
- 1998–2003: Association League, 5th League (HSC)
- 2003-2008: Landesliga, 6th division
- since 2008: Association League, 6th League
|season||League season||Games||S.||U||N||Gates||+ / -||Points||space||annotation|
|2003/04||National League North||30th||16||3||11||58:47||+11||51||5.||-|
|2004/05||National League North||30th||19th||5||6th||65:29||+36||62||2.||-|
|2005/06||National League North||30th||18th||8th||4th||74:28||+46||62||3.||-|
|2006/07||National League North||28||19th||5||4th||78:26||+52||62||2.||-|
|2007/08||National League North||24||15th||6th||3||57:22||+35||51||1.||Ascent|
|2012/13||Association league||28||21st||4th||3||64:13||+51||67||1.||State championship|
The forest stadium is available to football players and athletes. It was opened in 2001 with a grass pitch and athletics facilities and holds 7,000 spectators. A covered grandstand offers 500 seats. In addition, the 1500-seat sports field on Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Allee is used. In addition to smaller school sports halls, indoor sports are held in the 1200 m² Ohrelandhalle, which was built in 1997 and has 300 grandstand seats.
People of particular importance
- Peter Heuer , GDR Oberliga soccer player with 1. FC Magdeburg until 1966, ended his career with BSG Lok
- Jörg Ohm began his career as a football player with BSG Lok, then in the GDR Oberliga for Chemistry Leipzig and 1. FC Magdeburg
- Kevin Schlitte , from 1989 to 2002 football player with Lok and the successor clubs, then with various clubs in the 2nd Bundesliga
- Erich Tschöp , junior player with BSG Lok until 1955, then first division player in Rostock and Bayern Munich
- Hardy Greens : Lok Haldensleben. In: Encyclopedia of German League Football. Volume 7: Club Lexicon . AGON-Sportverlag, Kassel 2001, ISBN 3-89784-147-9 .