|Surname||Lohausener Sport-Verein 1920 eV|
|Club colors||Green white|
|Association headquarters||Düsseldorf - Lohausen , NRW|
The Lohausener SV (officially: Lohausener Sport-Verein 1920 eV ) is a sports club from the Lohausen district of Düsseldorf . The first women's soccer team played in the Regionalliga West for four years .
The soccer players of the Lohausener SV made it into the second-class Regionalliga West in 1998. In the 1998/99 and 1999/2000 seasons, the women from Lohausen took seventh place and achieved their best placements. In 2001, the team would have been relegated as the penultimate. Since with the Garather SV a club withdrew its team from the league, the Lohausener SV remained in the regional league. A year later the team was relegated to the association league and in 2006 had to relegate to the state league. There the Lohausenerinnen were runner-up behind the 1. FFC Ratingen and TuRa Brüggen in 2008 and 2010 . Two years later, the team then rose from the national league before the team was withdrawn during the following district league season. Since 2015, Lohausener SV has again provided a women's team, which currently plays in the Düsseldorf district league A.
The men of Lohausener SV celebrated their greatest success in 1995 when they were promoted to the Lower Rhine regional league . After the direct relegation, the team slipped into the district league A, where the team played until 2015. As a champion and with only one defeat in the season, they rose again to the district league. Second place was achieved at the first Düsseldorf indoor circuit championship in 2018.
- Peter Frymuth , today President of the FVN and Vice President of the DFB
- Stephanie Mpalaskas
- Anke Preuss
- Francesca Weber
- Lisa White