SC 07 Bad Neuenahr
|SC 07 Bad Neuenahr|
|Full name||Sportclub 07 Bad Neuenahr eV|
|place||Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler , Rhineland-Palatinate|
|Club colors||Red Black|
|successes||German champion 1978|
The SC 07 Bad Neuenahr (officially: Sportclub 07 Bad Neuenahr eV ) was a German soccer club from Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler with the club colors red and black. The club's flagship was the women's football department founded in 1969 , which won the German championship in 1978. The SC 07 was a founding member of the women's Bundesliga and after several promotions and relegations from 1997 to 2013 belonged to this division without interruption. Following an application for bankruptcy , SC 13 Bad Neuenahr was founded on September 28, 2013 , and succeeded SC 07 in January 2014.
The SC 07 Bad Neuenahr was founded in 1907 and is one of the oldest football clubs in the Rhineland. The women's football department was founded on June 20, 1969, although women's football was still banned by the DFB at the time . On May 1, 1970, the club hosted what was then the world's largest women's football tournament. Word of the tournament's success spread to Italy . The SC was then invited to the unofficial World Cup as the German representative. The historic date, October 15, 1970, is celebrated every year to this day.
After the DFB had legalized women's football again, the SC developed into the strongest club in the Rhineland. Before the introduction of the Bundesliga, Bad Neuenahr took part in 13 of 17 finals for the German championship, the most successful in 1978. The final against FC Marpingen was reached via the stations Rendsburger TV, SC Freiburg and KBC Duisburg . Bad Neuenahr won the first leg on its own pitch 2-0. The second leg was lost 0-1, but the result was enough for the only championship to date.
1980 and 1981 reached the semi-finals; there, however, was against KBC Duisburg and SSG 09 Bergisch Gladbach terminus. In the German Cup Bad Neuenahr reached four times the semifinals. In the mid-1980s, the SC got serious competition with TuS Ahrbach for the first time, so that in Bad Neuenahr the championship finals were only watched as a spectator. Nevertheless, Bad Neuenahr was again Rhineland champions in 1990 and thus qualified for the newly introduced two-track Bundesliga .
In the 1990s, the SC was an elevator crew . After the first Bundesliga season, they got down together with the TuS Binzen . Two years later, you rose to descend immediately. Again you rose and returned immediately. About the relegation to the single-track Bundesliga one returned to the upper house. With three promotions in the Bundesliga, Bad Neuenahr is together with TSV Crailsheim and Hamburger SV record promoters. In the first two years of the single-track Bundesliga, you could just keep the class. In the 1999/2000 season they surprisingly took sixth place. But departures of top performers like Steffi Jones ensured that one had to fight to stay in the league again.
In recent years, the club has made a big leap into the top group through the targeted purchase of experienced and talented players. In the summer of 2005, ex-professional Dietmar Schacht took over the coaching office, leading the team straight away to fourth place. With Almuth Schult , Célia Okoyino da Mbabi and Lena Goeßling (meanwhile at VfL Wolfsburg ), the club provided three German national players at the time . On January 23, 2008, the club surprisingly parted ways with Schacht. As an interim solution, she was succeeded by the playing assistant trainer Sandra Minnert . Thomas Obliers led the team into the upper third of the table in the 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons. On July 1, 2011, ex-professional Colin Bell (including TuS Koblenz, Mainz 05, 1. FC Cologne) took over the scepter on the Ahr and also coordinated the DFB elite school for the Rhineland Football Association. In January 2013 they cooperated with the national division Ahrweiler BC and the Japanese Football Association .
After the longtime president and athletic director Bernd Stemmeler died on May 17, 2013, the association announced on 27 May 2013 at -Ahrweiler Neuenahr Amtsgericht Bad a bankruptcy petition . A few weeks later, the club's management announced their voluntary withdrawal from the Bundesliga. In the 2013/14 season, the club entered the 2nd Bundesliga South, with the beginning of the second half of the 2013/2014 season under the name SC 13 Bad Neuenahr .
- German champion 1978
- DFB-Pokal semi-finals 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986
- 20 × Rhineland master
- 22 × Rhineland cup winners
Promotion of young talent
Since the summer of 2006 there has been a DFB elite school at the Ursuline monastery school, which is comparable to the sports boarding school in Potsdam. There, talented young players, in cooperation with the Rhineland Football Association, have the opportunity to train at a high level in addition to their school education.
The springboard for the young players is the second team that has made it to the 2nd Bundesliga South for the new season . In addition, the club has three youth teams.
The club also cooperates with TSV Emmelshausen, which supports the training of talented girls with three girls 'and two women' s teams. Several women and girls playing in Bad Neuenahr (including Tabea Müller, Marie Pyko, Jana Dörr) have already made the leap to Bad Neuenahr via TSV Emmelshausen. The cooperation was announced in May 2013 by the SC13 Bad Neuenahr coordinator Sijamak Sauer and the TSV Emmelshausen manager Harald Haneder as part of the jointly held talent day.
Since the middle of the 2011/12 season, the active fans of SC 07 Bad Neuenahr have organized themselves behind the banner of the "Celtics Bad Neuenahr". With the help of loud support, but also optical means such as swivel flags, double holders and scarves, an attempt is made to improve the atmosphere in the home Apollinaris stadium as well as in away games in the long term. In addition, numerous fans also volunteer for the club, e.g. B. as a volunteer on game day.
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr provided numerous German national players:
In addition, SC 07 Bad Neuenahr provided many foreign national players:
|season||league||space||S.||U||N||Gates||Points||Cup||most successful goalscorer||Average audience|
|1990/91||Bundesliga South||9.||3||2||13||13:52||8:28||not qualified|
|1991/92||Association League Rhineland||1.||14th||0||0||86: 2||28: 0||2nd round|
|1992/93||Association League Rhineland||1.||147: 10||37: 3||2nd round|
|1993/94||Bundesliga South||9.||2||3||13||23:51||7:29||1 round|
|1994/95||Association League Rhineland||1.||19th||1||0||152: 9||39: 1||1 round|
|1995/96||Bundesliga South||10.||2||2||14th||17:65||6:30||2nd round|
|1996/97||Oberliga Südwest||1.||15th||1||0||94:11||46||1 round|
|1997/98||Bundesliga||10.||5||4th||13||23:49||19th||Quarter finals||Carmen Schäfer (11)|
|1998/99||Bundesliga||10.||5||8th||9||18:43||23||Quarter finals||Steffi Jones (6)||200|
|1999/00||Bundesliga||6th||12||2||8th||41:28||38||Round of 16||Carmen Schäfer (10)||232|
|2000/01||Bundesliga||9.||7th||5||10||36:55||26th||Quarter finals||Martina Muller (17)||338|
|2001/02||Bundesliga||9.||6th||4th||12||24:51||22nd||Quarter finals||Martina Muller (10)||260|
|2002/03||Bundesliga||10.||7th||2||13||31:73||23||Round of 16||Martina Muller (14)||292|
|2003/04||Bundesliga||8th.||8th||3||11||35:55||27||Quarter finals||Martina Muller (16)||490|
|2004/05||Bundesliga||5.||10||3||9||40:42||33||Quarter finals||Isabell Bachor (12)||475|
|2005/06||Bundesliga||4th||14th||2||6th||61:40||44||Round of 16||Isabell Bachor (17)||531|
|2006/07||Bundesliga||5.||10||3||9||45:45||33||2nd round||Lydia Neumann (13)||627|
|2007/08||Bundesliga||5.||12||1||9||43:33||37||Round of 16||Isabell Bachor
Célia Okoyino da Mbabi (9 each)
|2008/09||Bundesliga||10.||5||3||14th||26:74||18th||Round of 16||Isabel Bachor (7)||490|
|2009/10||Bundesliga||6th||10||2||10||35:36||32||2nd round||Celia Okoyino da Mbabi (15)||596|
|2010/11||Bundesliga||6th||11||0||11||54:48||33||Semifinals||Celia Okoyino da Mbabi (17)||542|
|2011/12||Bundesliga||7th||7th||5||10||26:22||22nd||Quarter finals||Celia Okoyino da Mbabi (11)||759|
|2012/13||Bundesliga||6th||8th||6th||8th||25:29||30th||Round of 16||Celia Okoyino da Mbabi (10)||476|
|Note: Playing times with a green background indicate an ascent, while playing times with a red background indicate a descent.|
The senior and junior teams of SC 07 Bad Neuanahr play under the name SG Ahrweiler / Bad Neuenahr in a syndicate with Ahrweiler BC . The first men's team of the SG Ahrweiler / Bad Neuenahr has been playing since its rise in 2008/09 from the district league A in the district league center. In total, the SG Ahrweiler / Bad Neuenahr has two senior and 14 junior teams. The second venue next to the Apollinaris Stadium is the Ahrstadion in the Ahrweiler district.
In the 1950/51 season, the men's team of SC 07 Bad Neuenahr won the championship in the Rhineland regional league (then state league) and thus promoted to the Oberliga Südwest . In 1969 SC 07 even managed to win the Rhineland Cup with a final victory over FC Alemannia Plaidt, so that the club was allowed to compete in the DFB Cup the following year . In 2006 the club founded a syndicate with Ahrweiler BC.
- Two new additions for the SC 07 Bad Neuenahr ( memento of the original from October 23, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Bernd Stemmeler Chairman of SC 07 died at the age of 57
- SC07BadNeuenahr.de: SC 07 Bad Neuenahr files for insolvency on May 27, 2013
- SC 13 Bad Neuenahr starts
- DSFS : Honor roll Rhineland Champion