Lohausener SV

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Lohausener SV
Club logo of the Lohausener SV
Surname Lohausener Sport-Verein 1920 eV
Club colors Green white
Founded 1920
Association headquarters Düsseldorf - Lohausen , NRW
Departments eight
Chairman Jörg Pfannkuch
Homepage svlohausen.de

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 association was founded in 1920. In addition to soccer, Lohausener SV also offers badminton , fencing , kindergarten soccer, children's gymnastics and tennis .

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 Two years later, the team then rose from the national league before the team was withdrawn during the following district league season.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.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Carsten Töller (ed.): Women's football in Germany . Self-published, Mettmann 2010, p. 35-36 .
  2. FuPa.net: Final indoor circle championship . FuPa.net, January 7, 2018, accessed January 7, 2018 .