Synonyms for vfl_neckarau or Related words with vfl_neckarau

fv_weinheim              vfr_wormatia_worms              asv_feudenheim              vfb_helmbrechts              fc_memmingen              vfr_bürstadt              sv_memmelsdorf              sv_göppingen              sv_röchling_völklingen              fortuna_sachsenroß_hannover              tus_neuendorf              tsv_battenberg              freiburger_fc              vfl_kirchheim_teck              tsv_ampfing              sv_heidingsfeld              vfb_theley              fc_villingen              sg_egelsbach              vfb_gaggenau              tsv_großbardorf              sportfreunde_eisbachtal              kickers_würzburg              fv_saarbrücken              sg_quelle_fürth              blau_weiß_berlin              fc_gundelfingen              würzburger_fv              sc_neukirchen              vfr_mannheim              eintracht_bad_kreuznach              sv_neckargerach              spvgg_oberaußem_fortuna              ksv_baunatal              amicitia_viernheim              eintracht_kreuznach              tsv_eching              vfl_wittekind_wildeshausen              fk_pirmasens              vfr_heilbronn              fc_bayern_hof              vfb_durach              arminia_hannover              spvgg_erkenschwick              asv_landau              fc_bocholt              tsv_landsberg              borussia_neunkirchen              sc_feucht              vfl_benrath             



Examples of "vfl_neckarau"
VfL Neckarau is a German association football club from the district of Neckarau in the city of Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg.
After the Second World War, Balogh played as a forward for VfL Neckarau. On 22 November 1950 he participated in his first and only international in the German national team, a 1-0 victory against Switzerland. This became the only national-level appearance from a player playing for VfL Neckarau.
The 1946–47 season saw four new clubs promoted to the league, Viktoria Aschaffenburg, VfL Neckarau, 1. FC Bamberg and TSG Ulm 1846.
The 1968–69 season saw four new clubs in the league, VfL Neckarau, ESV Ingolstadt and Rot-Weiß Frankfurt, both promoted from the Amateurliga, while Karlsruher SC had been relegated from the Bundesliga to the league.
The 1950–51 season saw four new clubs in the league, VfL Neckarau and SV Darmstadt 98, both promoted from the Landesligas, while SSV Reutlingen and FC Singen 04 moved across from the southern division of the Oberliga Südwest. The league's top scorer was Max Morlock of 1. FC Nürnberg with 28 goals.
For TSV 1860 München it was the first of two Gauliga championships the club would win in the era from 1933 to 1944. The club qualified for the 1941 German football championship, where it was knocked out after finishing second in its group, behind group winner and eventual German champions SK Rapid Wien, and ahead of Stuttgarter Kickers and VfL Neckarau.
In the new era of German football, after the interception of the Fußball-Bundesliga in 1963, "Lichtenfels" continued as a good side in the Amateurliga, finishing fourth in 1966 and 1969 as its best results. The 1969–70 season became another highlight in the club history, finishing second, three points behind FC Wacker München. This result qualified the team for the German amateur championship once more, where it was knocked out by VfL Neckarau in the quarter finals.
Terrazzino began his career with "TSV Neckarau" before moving to VfL Neckarau and subsequently joining the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim in July 2007. He made his debut during the 2008–09 Bundesliga season, in January 2009. In January 2011 he transferred to Karlsruher SC along with Hoffenheim teammate Pascal Groß. On 22 May 2012 he joined the SC Freiburg squad. On 20 June 2014 he joined the VfL Bochum squad.
VfR Mannheim competed in the Oberliga Süd from the 1945–46 season until the formation of the Bundesliga in 1962 (See History of German football#The Formation of the Bundesliga), and de la Vigne was one of the few players to make his professional debut at the highest level aged 26. He played his first game on 1 June 1947, in the 33rd match of the season – a derby match against local rivals SV Waldhof Mannheim – but could not prevent the team losing 3–0. He did not wait long for his first victory, however, which came 14 days later in another derby – this time a 3–1 win against VfL Neckarau.