Gelbe Karte für Waldemar Anton (VfB Stuttgart). Gelbe Karte für Markus Kolke (Hansa Rostock). Offizielle Nachspielzeit: 3. Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen VfB Stuttgart und Hansa Rostock sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von VfB Stuttgart gegen. Liveticker mit allen Spielereignissen, Toren und Statistiken zum Spiel Hansa Rostock - VfB Stuttgart - kicker.
Stuttgart bezwingt Rostock vor 7.500 FansSpielschema der Begegnung zwischen Hansa Rostock und VfB Stuttgart () DFB-Pokal, /21, 1. Runde am Sonntag, September , Uhr. Der VfB Stuttgart steht nach einem knappen, aber verdienten Erfolg bei Hansa Rostock in der 2. Runde des DFB-Pokals. Ein Treffer von Silas. Gelbe Karte für Waldemar Anton (VfB Stuttgart). Gelbe Karte für Markus Kolke (Hansa Rostock). Offizielle Nachspielzeit: 3.
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Subsequently, UEFA Cup qualification was ensured in the summer by succeeding in the UEFA Intertoto Cup. The —09 season , like the one before it, got off to a bad start.
After matchday 14 in November, VfB was only 11th in the table and as a result, Armin Veh was sacked and replaced by Markus Babbel.
After exiting the German Cup after a 1—5 thrashing from Bayern Munich in January, prospects improved considerably and the team ended third in the table, with second place just being missed after a loss to Bayern on the last matchday.
That meant the chance of making the Champions League again. Internationally, VfB mastered the group stages of the —09 UEFA Cup , but lost to Cup defenders Zenit Saint Petersburg in the round of the last 32 in February.
On the European level, Stuttgart started the season with a huge success by qualifying for the group stage of the —10 UEFA Champions League. VfB were then drawn into Group G against Spanish side Sevilla , Scottish champions Rangers, against whom they had also been drawn against in their previous two Champions League Group stage appearances, and Romanian champions Unirea Urziceni.
With two wins one each against Rangers and Unirea , three draws one each against all opponents and a loss to Sevilla they managed second spot in the group, thus qualifying for the round of the last 16, where they had to face title holders Barcelona in late winter.
In the —10 DFB-Pokal , they did not proceed further than the last 16 either, losing to second-tier side SpVgg Greuther Fürth. That defeat came in the course of a disappointing first half of the —10 Bundesliga.
As a consequence of slipping to 16th spot in December, young coach Markus Babbel was fired after matchday 15 and replaced by the more experienced Swiss Christian Gross.
Under his tenure, VfB improved their situation domestically as well as internationally before the winter break. In the later half of the season, the team — as in the —09 season — had a fantastic, almost unbroken, winning streak.
As the best team of that second return round of the Bundesliga, the Swabians under Gross climbed into the upper half of the table and, after a sensational rally, eventually managed to secure European football for the following season by qualifying for the Europa League.
The —11 season was a mediocre one—after again spending the first half of the season almost always in the relegation zone 17th and 18th spot , with Christian Gross being fired and interim coach Jens Keller taking over for the rest of the first leg, Bruno Labbadia was hired as new coach in January and managed to save VfB from relegation.
Eventually, the team finished 12th after a decent second-half performance. In July , Erwin Staudt did not participate again in the election of the president and Gerd E.
Mäuser was elected as president. In the following —12 season, they managed to constantly climb up the table; this was especially thanks to a long unbeaten streak in the spring.
Subsequently, VfB qualified for the —13 UEFA Europa League. With effect from 3 June , Gerd E. Mäuser announced his resignation as president of VfB Stuttgart.
After barely avoiding relegation from the Bundesliga in the —15 season , Stuttgart were relegated to the 2. Bundesliga in the —16 season after finishing in 17th place, having been unable to lift themselves out of the bottom three positions until the end of the season.
After Stuttgart were relegated to the 2. Bundesliga , Wahler resigned as president on 15 May On 17 May , Jos Luhukay was announced as the new head coach.
Bundesliga champions. On 22 December , after nearly 10 years since his departure, Bundesliga title winning striker Mario Gomez returned to the team from fellow Bundesliga side VfL Wolfsburg , The team made a solid return season to the Bundesliga, finishing in 7th place.
However, they slumped to 16th the following season , eventually ending up relegated via play-offs against Union Berlin. Stuttgart appointed Thomas Hitzelsberger as managing director sport, and in April they appointed Sven Mislintat, coming from Borussia Dortmung and Arsenal London, as sporting director.
In July Stuttgart was relegated in the second division, and started to rebuild the team. Mid season, in December , the coach was fired and Pellegrino Matarazzo was signed.
After one season Stuttgart returned to the Bundesliga after finishing second in the —20 2. Bundesliga season. The home ground of VfB Stuttgart is the Mercedes-Benz Arena which was originally built in After being renovated several times, the stadium was able to hold a maximum capacity of 55, spectators 50, for international matches.
For the FIFA World Cup , the Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion its original name was one of the venues for the FIFA World Cup , hosting five preliminary round matches, a first knockout round match England vs.
Ecuador and the third place play-off Germany vs. From the —09 season, the stadium was named the Mercedes-Benz-Arena, starting with a pre-season friendly against Arsenal on 30 July In , the capacity was increased to 60, However, the respective first teams of the two clubs haven't played each other since Kickers were relegated to the 2.
Bundesliga in Thus, this derby has increasingly been overtaken in importance by the Baden-Württemberg-Derby between VfB and Karlsruher SC.
In this derby, old Badenese - Württembergian animosities are played out. Regional friendships exist between VfB and the South Württemberg side SSV Reutlingen 05 the "little brother" of VfB as well as with North Württembergers SpVgg Ludwigsburg.
On a national level, supporters groups of VfB used to be closely connected with those of Energie Cottbus , 1. FC Saarbrücken , Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt.
All of these supporter group friendships have been discontinued by today or are only maintained by few supporter groups. Current ultras friendships are with the ultras of SSV Reutlingen 05 and Italian club Cesena.
In , a cooperation treaty between VfB and Swiss Super League side St. Gallen was signed, with particular emphasis on the youth sectors of both clubs.
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The season-by-season performance of the club since  . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German sports club.
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Bundesliga via play-offs —20 — 2. Bundesliga, 2nd place promoted to Bundesliga. Erinnerungen an den Cannstatter Fussball-Club [ Memories of the Cannstatter Fussball-Club ] in German.
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Retrieved 17 November Retrieved 17 May Archived from the original on 1 October Retrieved 20 September They finished second the next season, but in plunged to 14th place and were relegated.
They quickly bounced back, rejoining the DDR-Oberliga in , before going on to become a very competitive side with a series of three vice-championships to their credit from to , as well as several appearances in the final of the FDGB Pokal.
The new club's name acknowledged Rostock's history as one of the major trading centres of northern Europe's Hanseatic League.
FC Hansa Rostock would be sponsored by the fishing combine VEB Kombinat Seeverkehr und Hafenwirtschaft. And the club would be patronaged by the SED First Secretary of Bezirk Rostock as well as future Free German Trade Union Federation chairman and Politburo member Harry Tisch.
By the s, the club was consistently finishing in the lower half of the league table and was relegated to the second division DDR-Liga for a single season on three occasions late in the decade.
They returned to form in the s and as the football leagues of West Germany and East Germany were merged in after the re-unification of the country, Rostock won its first national championship in the final season of East German football, played out in the transitional NOFV-Oberliga.
This is their only top flight title to date in play in East Germany or the unified Germany. They also captured the last East German Cup with a 1—0 win over FC Stahl Eisenhüttenstadt.
The club's timely success earned them a place in the Bundesliga alongside Dynamo Dresden when the top-flight Bundesliga was briefly expanded from 18 to 20 teams for the —92 season to accommodate two former East German teams.
Hansa, however, was unable to stay up and was relegated after falling just a single point shy of SG Wattenscheid Three seasons of tempering in the 2.
Bundesliga would return the club to the top flight for the —96 season. In ten years spent in the Bundesliga, the team's best results were a pair of sixth-place finishes.
In spite of frequent placings in the bottom-half of the league table, they would persist as the only former East German side able to consistently challenge the well-heeled clubs of the west.
Rostock had a very poor first half in the —05 season , earning only 1 win and 5 draws in 17 matches. They were unable to recover despite the late arrival of Finnish striker Jari Litmanen and at season's end were relegated, leaving the former GDR without a club in the top flight for the first time since re-unification.
Like other East German teams, they were the victims of a harsh economic reality as the wealthier, well-established western sides bought up the most talented eastern footballers as their clubs struggled to survive financially: Rostock's Stefan Beinlich , Oliver Neuville and Victor Agali were just three players sent west in exchange for cash.
After two years in the 2. Bundesliga, the club returned to the top-flight for the —08 season , but was again relegated.
The club's poor form continued in —10 and they finished third-last. Liga and Rostock found itself in a playoff versus the third place third division club FC Ingolstadt.
Hansa lost both legs of the contest and was sent down to the 3. Liga, while Ingolstadt won promotion to the 2. Bundesliga alongside the top two third tier teams which advanced automatically by virtue of their finishes.
Their stay was a short one as they were sent back down after finishing bottom table in — Hansa Rostock drew an average home attendance of 11,  in the —17 3.
Liga, the third-highest in the league. After German reunification , the last regular DDR-Oberliga season was played in NOFV-Oberliga. During —91 NOFV-Oberliga season, Hansa Rostock became the last East Germany champion.
DDR-Oberliga and FDGB-Pokal :. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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