Sterkrade 06/07 e. V.
Oberhausen - Sterkrade ,
|founding||1906 as SV Sterkrade 06
1907 as SC 07 Sterkrade
1929 Merger to form a game association
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Georg Mewes|
|Venue||At the thick stone|
|league||District league Niederrhein 6|
Sterkrade 06/07 (officially: Spielvereinigung Sterkrade 06/07 eV ) is a football club from Oberhausen - Sterkrade . The association currently has around 250 members.
On May 13, 1906, the Sterkrade 06 game club was founded. In 1920 this merged with TV 1869 Sterkrade to form TSV 1869/1906 Sterkrade . Just two years later, the football department of the merger club set up as Spielverein 06 Sterkrade . Through the merger with the Spielclub 07 Sterkrade , the Spielvereinigung 06/07 Sterkrade was finally formed in 1929 .
From 1947 the SpVgg played in the third-class amateur league Niederrhein , at that time the highest class of amateur football. There she mostly took top places. In both 1954 and 1955, the team won their Lower Rhine relay. During this era, the SpVgg also produced their most prominent player, Karl Klug , alongside the eventual world champion Dieter Herzog , who only played for Sterkrade in his youth. Klug was part of the German amateur national team at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. Thanks to Klug's goals against Egypt in the round of 16 and Brazil in the quarter-finals, the German team reached the semi-finals of the Olympic soccer competition . In 1955, the SpVgg also moved into a nationwide field of vision for the first time when they took part in the final round of the German Amateur Championship. However, the end came in the group games. In 1970 Sterkrade became Niederrheinmeister under coach Ludwig Bartholot and only just missed the leap into the Regionalliga West in the promotion round . In the following year, the runner-up again qualified for the final round of the amateur championship. In the second round, the team was eliminated against FSV Frankfurt .
Between 1975 and 1978, 06/07 was able to fight for the leading position in Oberhausen football in a direct duel with the mighty local rivals Rot-Weiß Oberhausen - but RWO was ahead and was able to place itself in front of Sterkrade in all three joint seasons. In 1976, this was the only time to qualify for the main round of the DFB Cup , but in which one did not survive the first round.
The 1977 merger with SuS 1955 Klosterhardt to form SuS 06/07 Sterkrade was not able to stop the game association's decline. For the Amateur Oberliga Nordrhein , founded in 1978 , they missed qualifying as fourth in the table, although they were the only club that had seen all seasons of the Amateur League Niederrhein. In 1980 the association league could no longer be held either, since then the first men's team has been commuting mostly between the regional league and the district class. In the 2010/11 season, the club played in the seventh-class Lower Rhine regional league and was relegated from bottom of the table. The season 2012/13 Sterkrade also completed in the district league on a relegation place and had to spend two years in the district league A before the promotion to the district league succeeded.
Sterkrade 06/07 still has a youth department that looks after all age groups. The club's A-youth became West German runner-up in 1969.
- Karl Klug , played four games for the amateur national team from 1952 to 1953
- Gustav Walenciak , played two games for the amateur national team in 1960
- Herbert Schwinning , Niederrheinmeister 1970
- Dieter Herzog , national player, soccer world champion 1974
- Burkhard Segler , B national team
- Franz Krauthausen , German champion with Bayern Munich
- Edmund Stieber , Niederrheinmeister 1970
- Günter Pangerl , Niederrheinmeister 1970; Football Regionalliga West 1970 to 1974
- Michael Bella , completed four international matches during his time at MSV Duisburg
- Dieter Bast , completed 14 games in the Olympic team
- Norbert Brinkmann won the DFB Cup in 1985 with Bayer 05 Uerdingen
- Hans-Jürgen Wloka , Niederrheinmeister 1970; in the 1970/71 season with Borussia Mönchengladbach German champions
- Reinhard Skandera , Lower Rhine Champion 1978 with Olympia Bocholt
The home games are played in the Am Dicken Stein stadium, which opened on November 21, 1954 with a game against 1. FC Kaiserslautern in front of 10,000 spectators.
- ↑ a b c d Hardy Greens : Sterkrade 06/07. In: Encyclopedia of German League Football. Volume 7: Club Lexicon . AGON-Sportverlag, Kassel 2001, ISBN 3-89784-147-9 , p. 428.
- ↑ Hardy Greens: Encyclopedia of German League Football. Volume 7: Club Lexicon. AGON-Sportverlag, Kassel 2001, ISBN 3-89784-147-9 , p. 505 (Appendix 1).
- ↑ Alfred and Ulrich Lindemann: The Sterkraders were on the ball early on ( memento of the original from September 29, 2007 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (May 9, 2006).
- ↑ a b Spielvereinigung Sterkrade 06/07 e. V .: Chronicle (May 9, 2006) .
- ↑ a b kicker almanac 1995 . Copress, Munich, ISBN 3-7679-0447-0 , pp. 140ff.