|Surname||Sports club 1916
Sandhausen e. V.
|Seat||Sandhausen , Baden-Wuerttemberg|
|founding||August 1, 1916|
|Members||918 (July 11, 2020)|
Jürgen Machmeier (Chairman)
|Head coach||Uwe Koschinat|
The sports club 1916 Sandhausen e. V. , or SV Sandhausen for short , is a football club with 918 members (as of July 11, 2020) from Sandhausen in Baden-Württemberg in the Electoral Palatinate . The club's first team has played in the 2nd Bundesliga since the 2012/13 season , the club colors are black and white.
SV Sandhausen, founded on August 1, 1916, achieved its first major success in the 1930/31 season with promotion to the Rhein / Saar district league , at that time one of the highest German football classes. In this class, the SV had tough games against well-known teams like SV Waldhof , VfL Neckarau , VfR Mannheim , Phönix Ludwigshafen and the like. a. to dispute. Belonging to this strong class did not last long. After a year the descent took place. In the final phase of World War II , the SV played one season in the Gauliga Nordbaden as part of the War Sports Association (KSG) Walldorf-Wiesloch , but rose again without winning points.
Time after World War II
After the Second World War, SV Sandhausen first established itself in the state or 2nd amateur league, before being promoted to the 1st amateur league in North Baden in the 1956/57 season . This class was held until qualification for the newly founded Oberliga Baden-Württemberg in 1978. As a result, the club was almost always able to assert itself in the top tier of the league. In the 1977/78 and 1992/93 seasons, SV Sandhausen celebrated its greatest successes by winning the German amateur championship . SV Sandhausen was able to record another success in the 1985/86 DFB Cup when it only lost 3-1 to Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund in the quarter-finals in the Hardtwald Stadium at home. In 1994, SV Sandhausen qualified as 9th in the league, not for the newly established Regionalliga Süd . In 1995 they became champions of the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg and rose to the Regionalliga Süd, but rose again straight away. In the same season, SV Sandhausen managed a surprise in the DFB Cup against VfB Stuttgart . The game went down in history as the longest penalty shootout (13:12) in the competition. In 2000, the SVS failed as a master in relegation to SSV Jahn Regensburg , who was promoted to the regional league. With a total of 28 years of league membership in the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg, SV clearly leads the league's "eternal table" .
Time after the turn of the millennium
In 2005/06 Dietmar Hopp planned to merge the regional division TSG Hoffenheim with the upper division SV Sandhausen and the association division FC-Astoria Walldorf in order to build up a strong club in his home region that should be promoted to the Bundesliga. The German Football Association welcomed these merger plans and gave their consent. The merger club should therefore operate as either FC Kurpfalz Heidelberg or HSW Heidelberg 06 . Ultimately, however, this merger failed (not least because of reservations by SV Sandhausen) and the cooperation was terminated. At the end of the 2006/07 season, the first team of SV Sandhausen rose to the Regionalliga Süd . In 2007/08 , SV Sandhausen took part in the first main round of the DFB Cup, where it lost 4-0 to the second division Kickers Offenbach . In the 2007/08 regional league season the team missed promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga with 5th place , but was qualified for the new 3rd league . The first season 2008/09 , the first in professional football, finished the SV Sandhausen with a balanced balance in 8th place. In February 2010, SV Sandhausen parted ways with coach Gerd Dais after four and a half successful years . Dais's successor was Frank Leicht , who had previously trained Eintracht Frankfurt II .
On May 11, 2010, the second team of SV Sandhausen won the final for the Badischer Fußball-Verband trophy against FC Nöttingen on penalties 7: 6. The club was thus qualified for the first round of the 2010/11 DFB Cup , in which it lost the game against FC Augsburg on penalties.
After a mixed start to the 2010/11 season , coach Frank Leicht was on leave on September 12, 2010. His successor was Pavel Dotchev , who was also on leave on February 14, 2011 due to unsuccessfulness and was immediately replaced by his predecessor Gerd Dais .
Promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga
In the first round of the 2011/12 DFB Cup, SVS lost 3-0 to the then German champions and later cup winners Borussia Dortmund . In the third division season 2011/12 , SV Sandhausen became champions and rose to the 2nd Bundesliga . In November 2012, SV Sandhausen separated from coach Gerd Dais as the bottom of the table in the 2nd division . He was succeeded by Hans-Jürgen Boysen . The SV ended the season in penultimate place, which would have meant a direct relegation to the third division after only one year of being second class , but the class was still held: The license revocation on May 29, 2013 against MSV Duisburg by the DFL for the 2. Bundesliga became final on June 19, 2013 through an arbitration decision. Since Dynamo Dresden also prevailed as third from bottom in the relegation, SV Sandhausen entered the 2nd Bundesliga in the 2013/14 season .
Alois Schwartz has been a coach at SVS since the 2013/14 season . The club reached the second round of the DFB Cup with a 4-3 win on penalties against Bundesliga club 1. FC Nürnberg . There was another success there; They won 3-1 against SC Wiedenbrück in 2000, making SV Sandhausen the second time in the club's history to reach the second round of the DFB Cup. But in the round of 16, the sand houses had to admit defeat to Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt 2: 4. The club received 500,000 euros as a bonus for reaching the round of 16. At the end of the season he reached 12th place in the league table.
On the 32nd matchday of the 2014/15 season , SVS allegedly celebrated premature relegation in their 100th second division game with a 4-0 away win at RB Leipzig. On May 12, 2015, however , the DFL announced that three points would be deducted from the club for violating the licensing regulations, making relegation questionable again. On the last day of the game, however, the class was finally held. As in the previous season, they finally finished 12th.
On the 31st matchday of the 2015/16 season , early relegation was secured with a 1-0 win against FSV Frankfurt, after the last matchday they were in 13th place in the table.
On July 3, 2016, Kenan Kocak was presented as the new coach - he came from the regional league team SV Waldhof Mannheim and succeeded Alois Schwartz , who moved to 1. FC Nürnberg . In the 2016/17 season , an away win in Würzburg on the 33rd match day celebrated the premature relegation, finishing in 10th place in the table.
After a strong first half of the season, they were in 5th place at the winter break of the 2017/18 season . On matchday 33, despite a 2-0 home defeat against 1. FC Nürnberg, which also celebrated promotion to the Bundesliga, relegation was secured. The season ended in 11th place in the table, which means that SVS 2018/19 started its seventh second division season.
In October 2018, SV Sandhausen parted ways with Kenan Kocak after a bad start to the season on matchday 9 with just one win . Uwe Koschinat took over from third division SC Fortuna Köln as the new coach . The team was relegated for much of the season. Thanks to eight unbeaten games in a row, Sandhausen finished 15th on matchday 26, which they did not leave until the end of the season. On the last day of the match, SVS secured direct relegation with a 2-2 draw in Regensburg with a simultaneous defeat by competitor FC Ingolstadt 04 .
In the 2019/20 season , the club was mostly in the middle of the table. After eight consecutive games without a win in the second half of the season, they increasingly approached the relegation ranks, but escaped the relegation battle after seven points from three games during an English week. Relegation was mathematically determined on the 32nd matchday. On the last day of the season, the SVS drew attention to itself with a surprising 5-1 away win over Hamburger SV , which consequently missed out on the relegation to the Bundesliga. SV Sandhausen finished the season in 10th place and was able to equalize the best result of the season from the 2016/17 season. For the 2020/21 season, the club is aiming for a single-digit position in the table.
- German amateur champion : 1978 , 1993
- German Vice Amateur Champion: 1977
- Champion Oberliga Baden-Württemberg : 1981 , 1985 , 1987 , 1995 , 2000 , 2007
- 1st place in the Eternal Table of the Football League Baden-Württemberg
- Qualification for the newly established 3rd division : 2008
- Champion 3rd division and promotion to 2nd Bundesliga : 3rd soccer league 2011/12
- Badischer Cup winners : 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1995, 2006, 2007, 2010 * , 2011
- Quarter-finals of the DFB-Pokal 1985/86
- Round of 16 of the DFB-Pokal 2013/14 , DFB-Pokal 2016/17
Seasonal balances since 1957
|1957/58||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||13.||51:72||26:34|
|1958/59||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||5.||54:53||33:27|
|1959/60||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||12.||42:65||26:34|
|1960/61||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||1.||71:41||44:16|
|1961/62||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||10.||42:57||28:32|
|1962/63||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||10.||40:53||30:30|
|1963/64||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||3.||54:40||38:22|
|1964/65||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||9.||45:50||29:31|
|1965/66||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||11.||43:50||26:34|
|1966/67||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||3.||61:41||39:21|
|1967/68||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||3.||57:38||36:24|
|1968/69||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||3.||46:45||37:23|
|1969/70||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||3.||57:38||36:24|
|1970/71||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||6th||31:28||34:26|
|1971/72||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||3.||71:39||45:19|
|1972/73||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||4th||55:55||33:27|
|1973/74||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||4th||69:37||38:22|
|1974/75||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||3.||60:34||40:20|
|1975/76||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||2.||53:29||42:18|
|1976/77||III||1st Amateur League North Baden||2.||78:43||45:15|
|1977/78||III||Amateur League North Baden||2.||68:42||40:20|
|1995/96||III||Regional league south||16.||42:59||34|
|2007/08||III||Regional league south||5.||48:38||57|
SV Sandhausen plays its home games in the Hardtwaldstadion , which is located on the southern outskirts of the village, directly by the forest ( officially BWT-Stadion am Hardtwald since March 2017 due to name sponsorship ). For the 2008/09 season it was rebuilt due to qualification for the 3rd division and the seating capacity increased. The stadium had 10,231 seats, 2,954 of which were covered. In summer 2012, after being promoted to the second division, the stadium was expanded to around 12,000 seats. The stadium was expanded again for the 2014/15 season and now has a capacity of 15,300 seats.
Well-known former players
Current squad 2020/21
As of: August 18, 2020
For older team lineups, see names and numbers
|No.||Nat.||player||birthday||in the team since||Contract until|
|15th||Philipp Heerwagen||04/13/1983||July 16, 2019||06/30/2021|
|21st||Enrique Peña Zauner||03/04/2000||07/01/2019||06/30/2022|
Current coaching staff
|Uwe Koschinat||Head coach|
|Gerhard Kleppinger||Assistant coach|
|Stefan Kulovits||Assistant coach|
|Daniel Ishdonat||Goalkeeping coach|
Change of season 2020/21
As of August 18, 2020
The second team is integrated into the youth performance center and, as an U23 team with amateur status, forms the transition from the performance area (U16 to U19) to the professional team. Since 2003, the team has mainly been active in the sixth class association league North Baden and the regional league Rhein-Neckar (7th league). Between 2015/16 and 2017/18 , the U23 belonged to the fifth-class Oberliga Baden-Württemberg , in which they were promoted again after relegation in spring 2019.
SV Sandhausen II was trained between 2013 and 2019 by former Sandhausen professional Kristjan Glibo , who was subsequently replaced by Frank Löning , who himself had played 112 league games for the club.
- Homepage of SV Sandhausen 1916 e. V.
- Information about the Hardtwald Stadium
- Schedule of SV Sandhausen
- SVS1916.de: Current membership status
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- DFB approves Hoffenheim football merger. In: Spiegel Online. November 30, 2005, accessed November 5, 2019 .
- Oliver Trust: Out of Hopp's shadow into the second division. In: Der Tagesspiegel . April 21, 2012, accessed November 5, 2019 .
- Dotschew inherits Leicht as a coach in Sandhausen. In: Focus Online . September 13, 2010, accessed November 5, 2019 .
- Sandhausen separates from coach Dotschew. In: spox.com . February 14, 2011, accessed November 5, 2019 .
- MSV Duisburg has to go to the 3rd soccer league. In: n-tv . June 19, 2013, accessed November 5, 2019 .
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