Stefan Langemann

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Stefan Langemann
birthday July 11, 1990
place of birth DetmoldGermany
size 190 cm
position midfield
Years station
SV Eidinghausen-Werste
VfL Bückeburg
Red and White Rehme
Years station Games (goals) 1
2009 FC Bad Oeynhausen
2010 Sports fanatic Lotte 1 0(0)
2010-2011 SC Herford 24 (21)
2011-2013 Arminia Bielefeld 4 0(0)
2011-2015 Arminia Bielefeld II 54 (19)
2013-2014 →  SC Wiedenbrück  (loan) 12 0(1)
2015– SV Rödinghausen 44 0(7)
2015-2018 SV Rödinghausen II 2 0(3)
2018 SC Verl 18 0(1)
2019– Prussia Espelkamp 22 (23)
1 Only league games are given.
Status: winter break 2019/20

Stefan Langemann (born July 11, 1990 in Detmold ) is a German soccer player .


The midfielder Langemann played in his youth for SV Eidinghausen-Werste, VfL Bückeburg and Rot-Weiß Rehme, before moving to the national league club FC Bad Oeynhausen in 2009. There he quickly drew attention to himself with good performances and received an offer from the regional league team Sportfreunde Lotte during the winter break . Due to protracted injury problems, he came there in the further course of the season, but only to a single league use. At the end of August 2010, Langemann moved back to his home country for national division club SC Herford to concentrate on his high school diploma . For Herford he scored 21 goals in 24 games in the 2010/11 season.

As a result, Langemann completed a trial training at the second division club SC Paderborn 07 , but decided to switch to third division Arminia Bielefeld . There he was first used in the second team that competed in the NRW League . On March 24, 2012, Langemann made his third division debut on the starting line-up at the away game at 1. FC Heidenheim . Only a few weeks later, Langemann scored the last goal in the semi-finals of the Westphalia Cup in the Arminen's 6-0 victory over his former club FC Bad Oeynhausen and thus his first competitive goal for the professionals. With the Arminia Langemann rose in the 2012/13 season in the 2nd Bundesliga .

For the 2013/14 season he moved to regional league club SC Wiedenbrück 2000 on loan . At the beginning of the season he achieved an unexpected 1-0 win with the SCW in the first main round of the DFB-Pokal 2013/14 against the second division Fortuna Düsseldorf , in which he played through the entire season. However, Langemann remained true to his bad luck with injuries, which meant he only managed twelve missions for the Wiedenbrücker before he returned to Bielefeld at the end of his loan . For the second half of the 2014/15 season , Langemann moved to the regional league club SV Rödinghausen .

For the 2018/19 season, Langemann moved from SV Rödinghausen to SC Verl . Already in the first competitive game of the season against Fortuna Düsseldorf II he scored a goal. During the winter break, he moved to the state league team Preußen Espelkamp after he got a job as a junior manager in the Gauselmann Group .

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Individual evidence

  1. Langemann a Bielefeld Armine
  2. Heidenheim also hits late
  3. Arminia celebrates entry into the DFB Cup
  4. Tollhaus Gütersloh: The SCW celebrates the sensation!