fbpx
Wikipedia

SC Freiburg

Sport-Club Freiburg e.V., commonly known as SC Freiburg (German pronunciation: ) or just Freiburg, is a German football club, based in the city of Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg. It plays in the Bundesliga, having been promoted as champions from the 2. Bundesliga in 2016. Freiburg has traditionally bounced between the first and second tier of the German football league system, leading to the fan chant, "We go down, we go up, we go into the UEFA Cup!" during the 1990s.

SC Freiburg
Full nameSport-Club Freiburg e.V.
Nickname(s)Breisgau-Brasilianer (Breisgau Brazilians)
Founded1904; 117 years ago (1904)
GroundSC-Stadion
Capacity34,700
PresidentFritz Keller
Head coachChristian Streich
LeagueBundesliga
2020–21Bundesliga, 10th of 18
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Since 1954, the club's stadium has been the Schwarzwald-Stadion. The club is set to move to the newly built SC-Stadion in 2021. Volker Finke, who was the club's manager between 1991 and 2007, was the longest-serving manager in the history of professional football in Germany. Joachim Löw, former manager of the Germany national team, is the club's second highest all-time leading goal scorer with 81 goals in 252 games during his three spells at the club, behind Nils Petersen.

Contents

The club traces its origins to a pair of clubs founded in 1904: Freiburger Fußballverein 04 was organised in March of that year; FC Schwalbe Freiburg just two months later. Both clubs underwent name changes, with Schwalbe becoming FC Mars in 1905, Mars becoming Union Freiburg in 1906, and FV 04 Freiburg becoming Sportverein Freiburg 04 in 1909. Three years later, SV and Union formed Sportclub Freiburg, at the same time incorporating the griffin head.

In 1918, after the devastation of World War I, SC Freiburg entered a temporary arrangement with Freiburger FC to be able to field a full side called KSG Freiburg. The next year, SC Freiburg associated themselves with FT 1844 Freiburg as that club's football department, until 1928 when they left to enter into a stadium-sharing arrangement with PSV (Polizeisportvereins) Freiburg 1924 that lasted until 1930 and the failure of PSV. SC Freiburg then picked up again with FT 1844 Freiburg in 1938. The club played on the highest level from 1928, first in the Bezirksliga Baden, then in the Gauliga Baden, from which they were relegated in 1934.

At the end of World War II, Allied occupation authorities disbanded most existing organizations in Germany, including football and sports clubs. The clubs were permitted to reconstitute themselves after about a year, but were required to take on new names in an attempt to disassociate them from the so-recent Nazi past. SC Freiburg was therefore briefly known as VfL Freiburg. By 1950, French-occupation authorities had let up enough to allow the clubs to reclaim their old identities. Finally, in 1952, SC Freiburg left FT Freiburg behind again.

Historical chart of Freiburg league performance after WWII

To this point, the history of the club had been characterised by only modest success. Through the 1930s, SC Freiburg played in the Bezirkliga (II), with the occasional turn in the Gauliga Baden (I), and captured a handful of local titles. After World War II, they picked up where they left off, playing in the Amateurliga Südbaden (III).

While only a small club, SC Freiburg became known for the fight and team spirit in their play. This led them to the 2. Bundesliga in 1978–79, which they would compete in for a decade-and-a-half before making the breakthrough to the top-flight Bundesliga in 1993–94 under the management of Volker Finke. In their first Bundesliga season, Freiburg narrowly avoided relegation. They made an exciting run in their second season at the top level, finishing third, just three points behind champions Borussia Dortmund. It was at this time that they were first nicknamed Breisgau-Brasilianer (literally Breisgau-Brazilians) due to their attractive style of play.

SC Freiburg against Borussia Dortmund in 2012

The club's greatest success was reaching the UEFA Cup in 1995 and 2001.

Freiburg's first Bundesliga relegation was in 1997 after they finished in 17th position. While they have been relegated four times since first making the Bundesliga, they have thrice won immediate promotion back to the top league, only failing to do so in 2005–06. It was the first time since 1992 that Freiburg played in the 2. Bundesliga for two consecutive seasons.

Freiburg finished the 2006–07 season in fourth place in the 2. Bundesliga, missing out on the third automatic-promotion spot on goal difference to MSV Duisburg, although they won 12 of their last 16 league games. They were knocked out of the DFB-Pokal in the second round by VfL Wolfsburg on 24 October 2006.

On 20 May 2007, Volker Finke resigned as the club's coach after 16 years in the job. He was succeeded by Robin Dutt, who himself left the club for Bayer Leverkusen in 2011.

On 10 May 2009, Freiburg secured promotion into the Bundesliga once again, beating TuS Koblenz in an away game 5–2. In the 2011–12 season, Freiburg appeared to be unable to avoid another relegation for the most part of the season but a coaching change turned the sides fortunes around and the club eventually finished 12th and survived.

Under Christian Streich, the 2012–13 Bundesliga season saw the club finish in fifth place, their best league standing since 1994–95. The fifth-place finish secured a position in the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League, an accomplishment that the club had not achieved since the 2001–02 edition of the tournament. Had Freiburg defeated Schalke 04 on the final matchday of the season, Freiburg would have leapfrogged Schalke and qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in club history. The 1–2 defeat to Schalke, however, saw Schalke secure fourth place in the league and qualify for the tournament instead. During the 2012–13 season, Freiburg also advanced to the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal for the first time in the club's history but lost to local rivals VfB Stuttgart 1–2 and missed the chance to play Bayern Munich in the final.

In the 2014–15 season, after six years in the top flight, Freiburg was relegated to the 2. Bundesliga by a single point after a final-day defeat at Hannover 96. This was despite beating Bayern Munich in the second-last game. In the following season, however, the club earned its fifth promotion to the Bundesliga as league champions, with two matches to spare. The first season back in the Bundesliga saw them end 7th. This saw Freiburg qualify for the Europa League, as German cupwinners Borussia Dortmund were already qualified for the Champions League. The side were eliminated in the third qualification round against NK Domžale from Slovenia. Mostly thanks to 15 season goals by Nils Petersen, Freiburg stayed in the Bundesliga l, finishing 15th.

Reserve team

Main article: SC Freiburg II

The club's reserve team, formerly the SC Freiburg Amateure, now SC Freiburg II, has, for the most part of its history played in the lower amateur leagues. It made a three-season appearance in the tier four Verbandsliga Südbaden from 1983 to 1986, but then took until 1994 to return to this league. In 1998 the team won promotion to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg after a league championship in the Verbandsliga. Freiburg II spent the next ten seasons at this level as an upper table side before another league championship took the team to the Regionalliga Süd. After four seasons at this league the team became part of the new Regionalliga Südwest in 2012. After a seventh place in its first season in the league the team finished runner-up in 2013–14.

A South Baden Cup win in 2001 qualified it for the first round of the 2001–02 DFB-Pokal, the German Cup, where it lost to Schalke 04.

Dreisamstadion interior in 2011

SC Freiburg formerly played its home games at the Dreisamstadion, named after the Dreisam River which flows through Freiburg. Because of sponsorship agreements, the stadium was known as the Schwarzwald-Stadion. The stadium has an approximate capacity of 24,000 spectators and was built in 1953. Forty years later, then manager Volker Finke began an initiative to transform the Dreisamstadion into Germany's first solar powered football stadium. There are solar modules on the north, south, and main tribunes. These panels generate 250,000 kWh of energy per year.

The brand new SC-Stadion (known as the Europa-Park Stadion for sponsorship reasons) was completed inOctober 2021. Located in the west of the city in a part of the city called Brühl — immediately to the west of Freiburg Airport — it has a capacity of 34,700.

Matches

As of 3 August 2017
Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1995–96 UEFA Cup First round Slavia Prague 1–2 0–0 1–2
2001–02 UEFA Cup First round Matador Púchov 2–1 0–0 2–1
Second round St. Gallen 0–1 4–1 4–2
Third round Feyenoord 2–2 0–1 2–3
2013–14 UEFA Europa League Group H Sevilla 0–2 0–2 3rd place
Estoril 1–1 0–0
Slovan Liberec 2–2 2–1
2017–18 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round Domžale 1–0 0–2 1–2

Club records in UEFA competitions

As of 1 July 2014
  • Biggest Win in UEFA Competition: 1 November 2001, St. Gallen 1–4 Freiburg, at Zurich
  • Biggest Defeat in UEFA Competition: 3 October 2013, Sevilla 2–0 Freiburg at Seville/12 December 2013, Freiburg 0–2 Sevilla at Freiburg
  • Club Appearances in UEFA Europa League: 3
  • Player with Most UEFA Appearances: Andreas Zeyer – 8 appearances
  • Top Scorer in UEFA Club Competitions: Sebastian Kehl – 2 goals
  • Most goals scored: 86 – Nils Petersen 6 June 2020
  • Most 1. Bundesliga goals scored: 54 – Nils Petersen 6 June 2020
  • Highest transfer fee paid: €6 million for Admir Mehmedi
  • Highest transfer fee received: €21.1 million for Çağlar Söyüncü
  • Youngest goalscorer: Matthias Ginter – 18 years, 2 days
  • Most games played: Andreas Zeyer – 435
  • Player who has scored the most against club: Claudio Pizarro – 14 goals in 17 matches
  • Biggest home win: 6–0 – against Rot-Weiß Erfurt on 24 August 1991
  • Biggest 1. Bundesliga home win: 5–0 – against Hansa Rostock on 17 September 1999 and against VfL Bochum on 9 December 2000
  • Biggest away win: 5–0 – against SV Meppen on 3 April 1998
  • Biggest 1. Bundesliga away win: 4–0 – against VfB Stuttgart on 23 April 1994 and against Hertha BSC on 20 September 2009
  • Biggest home loss: 0–6 – against Bayern Munich on 16 December 2003 and against Werder Bremen on 4 December 2004 and 21 November 2009
  • Biggest 1. Bundesliga home loss: 0–6 – against Bayern Munich on 16 December 2003 and against Werder Bremen on 4 December 2004 and 21 November 2009
  • Biggest away loss: 0–7 – against Bayern Munich on 10 September 2011
  • Biggest 1. Bundesliga away loss: 0–7 – against Bayern Munich on 10 September 2011

League

Cup

  • South Baden Cup (Tiers III-VII)
    • Winners: 1975, 1978, 2001
    • Runners-up: 2005

Youth

League
Cup
  • German Under 19 Cup
    • Winners: 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2018

Under 21 International

  • Lev Yashin Cup
    • Winners: 2011

Won by reserve team.

Current squad

As of 21 August 2021.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK GER Niclas Thiede (at SC Verl until 30 June 2022)
DF GER Luca Itter (at Greuther Fürth until 30 June 2022)
MF GER Lino Tempelmann (at 1. FC Nürnberg until 30 June 2022)
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF GER Carlo Boukhalfa (at Jahn Regensburg until 30 June 2022)
FW GER Marvin Pieringer (at Schalke 04 until 30 June 2022)
For a more complete list, see List of SC Freiburg players.

This list of former players includes those who received international caps while playing for the team, made significant contributions to the team in terms of appearances or goals while playing for the team, or who made significant contributions to the sport either before they played for the team, or after they left. It is not complete or all inclusive, and additions and refinements will continue to be made over time.

Coaches of the club since 1946:

Volker Finke, former coach of SCF and longest serving coach in German football history
Main article: SC Freiburg (women)

The recent season-by-season performance of the club:

SC Freiburg

Season Division Tier Position
1999–00 Bundesliga I 12th
2000–01 Bundesliga 6th
2001–02 Bundesliga 16th↓
2002–03 2. Bundesliga II 1st↑
2003–04 Bundesliga I 13th
2004–05 Bundesliga 18th↓
2005–06 2. Bundesliga II 4th
2006–07 2. Bundesliga 4th
2007–08 2. Bundesliga 5th
2008–09 2. Bundesliga 1st↑
2009–10 Bundesliga I 14th
2010–11 Bundesliga 9th
2011–12 Bundesliga 12th
2012–13 Bundesliga 5th
2013–14 Bundesliga 14th
2014–15 Bundesliga 17th↓
2015–16 2. Bundesliga II 1st↑
2016–17 Bundesliga I 7th
2017–18 Bundesliga 15th
2018–19 Bundesliga 13th
2019–20 Bundesliga 8th
2020–21 Bundesliga 10th
2021–22 Bundesliga

SC Freiburg II

Season Division Tier Position
1999–2000 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg IV 6th
2000–01 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 6th
2001–02 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 7th
2002–03 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 3rd
2003–04 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 5th
2004–05 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 4th
2005–06 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 4th
2006–07 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 7th
2007–08 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 1st↑
2008–09 Regionalliga Süd IV 14th
2009–10 Regionalliga Süd 3rd
2010–11 Regionalliga Süd 7th
2011–12 Regionalliga Süd 8th
2012–13 Regionalliga Südwest 7th
2013–14 Regionalliga Südwest 2nd
2014–15 Regionalliga Südwest 7th
2015–16 Regionalliga Südwest 14th ↓
2016–17 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg V 1st ↑
2017–18 Regionalliga Südwest IV 4th
2018–19 Regionalliga Südwest 7th
2019–20 Regionalliga Südwest 13th
2020–21 Regionalliga Südwest 1st ↑

  • With the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 and the 3. Liga in 2008 as the new third tier, below the 2. Bundesliga, all leagues below dropped one tier. In 2012, the number of Regionalligas was increased from three to five with all Regionalliga Süd clubs except the Bavarian ones entering the new Regionalliga Südwest.
Key
  1. Glunk, Sascha. "Gründungsdatum mit vielen Fragezeichen" (in German). SC Freiburg e.V. Archived from the original on 27 October 2017. Retrieved28 October 2017.
  2. "Reason trumps rashness at Freiburg". Bundesliga website. 31 May 2011. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  3. Peter Martin (2004). Sport-Club Freiburg (ed.). Hundert Jahre 90 Minuten: Die Geschichte des SC Freiburg von 1904–2004. Freiburg.
  4. Gladwell, Ben. "SCHALKE SNATCH CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BERTH IN FREIBURG". Bundesliga. Archived from the original on 7 June 2013. Retrieved27 May 2013.
  5. Gladwell, Ben. "ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL FOR FREIBURG". Bundesliga. Archived from the original on 14 June 2013. Retrieved27 May 2013.
  6. Wittmann, Gerry. "VfB Stuttgart 2 – 1 SC Freiburg: Stuttgart Salvage their Season with Pokal Win". bundesliga fanatic. Retrieved29 May 2013.
  7. "Das badenova-Stadion". SCF website. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  8. "badenova-Stadion" (in German). weltfussball.de. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  9. "Freiburg spielt künftig im "Europa-Park Stadion"". kicker (in German). Retrieved28 October 2021.
  10. "Europa-Park lands Freiburg stadium naming rights in Infront-brokered deal". SportBusiness. 1 September 2021. Retrieved28 October 2021.
  11. "Das ist das neue SC-Stadion" (in German). SC Freiburg. Retrieved9 January 2019.
  12. "SC Freiburg to play in the 'Europa-Park-Stadion' | SC Freiburg". www.scfreiburg.com. Retrieved28 October 2021.
  13. "Europa-Park Stadium Freiburg completed | HPP Architekten". www.hpp.com. Retrieved28 October 2021.
  14. "New stadium: SC Freiburg moved to new home – StadiumDB.com". stadiumdb.com. Retrieved28 October 2021.
  15. "Freiburg opens Europa-Park Stadion". The Stadium Business. 8 October 2021. Retrieved28 October 2021.
  16. "The UEFA Cup 1995/96 – SC Freiburg (GER)". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  17. "The UEFA Cup 2001/02 – SC Freiburg (GER)". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  18. "SC Freiburg". UEFA. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  19. "Noch keine Einsatzminute – Darum spielt Söyüncü bei Leicester keine Rolle". Bild. 27 September 2018. Retrieved10 September 2019.
  20. "Matchday 18: Facts and figures". bundesliga.de. Retrieved24 January 2012.
  21. "Freiburg crowned champions after victory over Heidenheim". bundesliga.com. Archived from the original on 9 May 2016.
  22. The cup of Lev Yashin goes to Germany. RTSportNews. 18 July 2011. Retrieved29 December 2011.
  23. "Kader Profis" [Professional squad]. scfreiburg.com (in German). Sport-Club Freiburg e.V. Retrieved15 September 2020.
  24. "SC Freiburg.:. Spieler von A-Z" (in German). weltfussball.de. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  25. "SC Freiburg.:. Trainer von A-Z" (in German). weltfussball.de. Retrieved18 September 2011.
  26. "Historical German domestic league tables" (in German). Das deutsche Fußball-Archiv. Retrieved29 December 2011.
  27. "Ergebnisse – die Top-Ligen bei Fussball.de" [Results – the Top Leagues at Fussball.de] (in German). Fussball.de. Retrieved29 December 2011.
Wikimedia Commons has media related toSC Freiburg.

SC Freiburg
SC Freiburg Language Watch Edit Sport Club Freiburg e V commonly known as SC Freiburg German pronunciation ʔɛs ˈtseː ˈfʁaɪbʊɐ k or just Freiburg is a German football club based in the city of Freiburg im Breisgau Baden Wurttemberg It plays in the Bundesliga having been promoted as champions from the 2 Bundesliga in 2016 Freiburg has traditionally bounced between the first and second tier of the German football league system leading to the fan chant We go down we go up we go into the UEFA Cup during the 1990s 2 SC FreiburgFull nameSport Club Freiburg e V Nickname s Breisgau Brasilianer Breisgau Brazilians Founded1904 117 years ago 1904 1 GroundSC StadionCapacity34 700PresidentFritz KellerHead coachChristian StreichLeagueBundesliga2020 21Bundesliga 10th of 18WebsiteClub websiteHome coloursAway coloursThird coloursCurrent season Since 1954 the club s stadium has been the Schwarzwald Stadion The club is set to move to the newly built SC Stadion in 2021 Volker Finke who was the club s manager between 1991 and 2007 was the longest serving manager in the history of professional football in Germany Joachim Low former manager of the Germany national team is the club s second highest all time leading goal scorer with 81 goals in 252 games during his three spells at the club 3 behind Nils Petersen Contents 1 History 1 1 Reserve team 2 Stadium 3 In Europe 3 1 Matches 3 2 Club records in UEFA competitions 4 Club records 5 Honours 5 1 League 5 2 Cup 5 3 Youth 5 4 Under 21 International 6 Players 6 1 Current squad 6 2 Out on loan 7 Selected notable former players 8 Head coaches 9 Women s section 10 Recent seasons 10 1 SC Freiburg 10 2 SC Freiburg II 11 Notable chairmen 12 References 13 External linksHistory EditThe club traces its origins to a pair of clubs founded in 1904 Freiburger Fussballverein 04 was organised in March of that year FC Schwalbe Freiburg just two months later Both clubs underwent name changes with Schwalbe becoming FC Mars in 1905 Mars becoming Union Freiburg in 1906 and FV 04 Freiburg becoming Sportverein Freiburg 04 in 1909 Three years later SV and Union formed Sportclub Freiburg at the same time incorporating the griffin head In 1918 after the devastation of World War I SC Freiburg entered a temporary arrangement with Freiburger FC to be able to field a full side called KSG Freiburg The next year SC Freiburg associated themselves with FT 1844 Freiburg as that club s football department until 1928 when they left to enter into a stadium sharing arrangement with PSV Polizeisportvereins Freiburg 1924 that lasted until 1930 and the failure of PSV SC Freiburg then picked up again with FT 1844 Freiburg in 1938 The club played on the highest level from 1928 first in the Bezirksliga Baden then in the Gauliga Baden from which they were relegated in 1934 At the end of World War II Allied occupation authorities disbanded most existing organizations in Germany including football and sports clubs The clubs were permitted to reconstitute themselves after about a year but were required to take on new names in an attempt to disassociate them from the so recent Nazi past SC Freiburg was therefore briefly known as VfL Freiburg By 1950 French occupation authorities had let up enough to allow the clubs to reclaim their old identities Finally in 1952 SC Freiburg left FT Freiburg behind again Historical chart of Freiburg league performance after WWII To this point the history of the club had been characterised by only modest success Through the 1930s SC Freiburg played in the Bezirkliga II with the occasional turn in the Gauliga Baden I and captured a handful of local titles After World War II they picked up where they left off playing in the Amateurliga Sudbaden III While only a small club SC Freiburg became known for the fight and team spirit in their play This led them to the 2 Bundesliga in 1978 79 which they would compete in for a decade and a half before making the breakthrough to the top flight Bundesliga in 1993 94 under the management of Volker Finke In their first Bundesliga season Freiburg narrowly avoided relegation They made an exciting run in their second season at the top level finishing third just three points behind champions Borussia Dortmund It was at this time that they were first nicknamed Breisgau Brasilianer literally Breisgau Brazilians due to their attractive style of play SC Freiburg against Borussia Dortmund in 2012 The club s greatest success was reaching the UEFA Cup in 1995 and 2001 Freiburg s first Bundesliga relegation was in 1997 after they finished in 17th position While they have been relegated four times since first making the Bundesliga they have thrice won immediate promotion back to the top league only failing to do so in 2005 06 It was the first time since 1992 that Freiburg played in the 2 Bundesliga for two consecutive seasons Freiburg finished the 2006 07 season in fourth place in the 2 Bundesliga missing out on the third automatic promotion spot on goal difference to MSV Duisburg although they won 12 of their last 16 league games They were knocked out of the DFB Pokal in the second round by VfL Wolfsburg on 24 October 2006 On 20 May 2007 Volker Finke resigned as the club s coach after 16 years in the job He was succeeded by Robin Dutt who himself left the club for Bayer Leverkusen in 2011 On 10 May 2009 Freiburg secured promotion into the Bundesliga once again beating TuS Koblenz in an away game 5 2 In the 2011 12 season Freiburg appeared to be unable to avoid another relegation for the most part of the season but a coaching change turned the sides fortunes around and the club eventually finished 12th and survived Under Christian Streich the 2012 13 Bundesliga season saw the club finish in fifth place their best league standing since 1994 95 The fifth place finish secured a position in the 2013 14 UEFA Europa League an accomplishment that the club had not achieved since the 2001 02 edition of the tournament Had Freiburg defeated Schalke 04 on the final matchday of the season Freiburg would have leapfrogged Schalke and qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in club history The 1 2 defeat to Schalke however saw Schalke secure fourth place in the league and qualify for the tournament instead 4 5 During the 2012 13 season Freiburg also advanced to the semi finals of the DFB Pokal for the first time in the club s history but lost to local rivals VfB Stuttgart 1 2 and missed the chance to play Bayern Munich in the final 6 In the 2014 15 season after six years in the top flight Freiburg was relegated to the 2 Bundesliga by a single point after a final day defeat at Hannover 96 This was despite beating Bayern Munich in the second last game In the following season however the club earned its fifth promotion to the Bundesliga as league champions with two matches to spare The first season back in the Bundesliga saw them end 7th This saw Freiburg qualify for the Europa League as German cupwinners Borussia Dortmund were already qualified for the Champions League The side were eliminated in the third qualification round against NK Domzale from Slovenia Mostly thanks to 15 season goals by Nils Petersen Freiburg stayed in the Bundesliga l finishing 15th Reserve team Edit Main article SC Freiburg II The club s reserve team formerly the SC Freiburg Amateure now SC Freiburg II has for the most part of its history played in the lower amateur leagues It made a three season appearance in the tier four Verbandsliga Sudbaden from 1983 to 1986 but then took until 1994 to return to this league In 1998 the team won promotion to the Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg after a league championship in the Verbandsliga Freiburg II spent the next ten seasons at this level as an upper table side before another league championship took the team to the Regionalliga Sud After four seasons at this league the team became part of the new Regionalliga Sudwest in 2012 After a seventh place in its first season in the league the team finished runner up in 2013 14 A South Baden Cup win in 2001 qualified it for the first round of the 2001 02 DFB Pokal the German Cup where it lost to Schalke 04 Stadium Edit Dreisamstadion interior in 2011 SC Freiburg formerly played its home games at the Dreisamstadion named after the Dreisam River which flows through Freiburg Because of sponsorship agreements the stadium was known as the Schwarzwald Stadion The stadium has an approximate capacity of 24 000 spectators and was built in 1953 Forty years later then manager Volker Finke began an initiative to transform the Dreisamstadion into Germany s first solar powered football stadium There are solar modules on the north south and main tribunes These panels generate 250 000 kWh of energy per year 7 8 The brand new SC Stadion known as the Europa Park Stadion for sponsorship reasons 9 10 was completed inOctober 2021 Located in the west of the city in a part of the city called Bruhl immediately to the west of Freiburg Airport it has a capacity of 34 700 11 12 13 14 15 In Europe EditMatches Edit As of 3 August 2017 16 17 Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate1995 96 UEFA Cup First round Slavia Prague 1 2 0 0 1 22001 02 UEFA Cup First round Matador Puchov 2 1 0 0 2 1Second round St Gallen 0 1 4 1 4 2Third round Feyenoord 2 2 0 1 2 32013 14 UEFA Europa League Group H Sevilla 0 2 0 2 3rd place Estoril 1 1 0 0 Slovan Liberec 2 2 2 12017 18 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round Domzale 1 0 0 2 1 2Club records in UEFA competitions Edit As of 1 July 2014 18 Biggest Win in UEFA Competition 1 November 2001 St Gallen 1 4 Freiburg at Zurich Biggest Defeat in UEFA Competition 3 October 2013 Sevilla 2 0 Freiburg at Seville 12 December 2013 Freiburg 0 2 Sevilla at Freiburg Club Appearances in UEFA Europa League 3 Player with Most UEFA Appearances Andreas Zeyer 8 appearances Top Scorer in UEFA Club Competitions Sebastian Kehl 2 goalsClub records EditMost goals scored 86 Nils Petersen 6 June 2020 Most 1 Bundesliga goals scored 54 Nils Petersen 6 June 2020 Highest transfer fee paid 6 million for Admir Mehmedi Highest transfer fee received 21 1 million for Caglar Soyuncu 19 Youngest goalscorer Matthias Ginter 18 years 2 days 20 Most games played Andreas Zeyer 435 Player who has scored the most against club Claudio Pizarro 14 goals in 17 matches Biggest home win 6 0 against Rot Weiss Erfurt on 24 August 1991 Biggest 1 Bundesliga home win 5 0 against Hansa Rostock on 17 September 1999 and against VfL Bochum on 9 December 2000 Biggest away win 5 0 against SV Meppen on 3 April 1998 Biggest 1 Bundesliga away win 4 0 against VfB Stuttgart on 23 April 1994 and against Hertha BSC on 20 September 2009 Biggest home loss 0 6 against Bayern Munich on 16 December 2003 and against Werder Bremen on 4 December 2004 and 21 November 2009 Biggest 1 Bundesliga home loss 0 6 against Bayern Munich on 16 December 2003 and against Werder Bremen on 4 December 2004 and 21 November 2009 Biggest away loss 0 7 against Bayern Munich on 10 September 2011 Biggest 1 Bundesliga away loss 0 7 against Bayern Munich on 10 September 2011Honours EditLeague Edit 2 Bundesliga II Winners 1992 93 2002 03 2008 09 2015 16 21 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg V Winners 2008 2017 Amateurliga Sudbaden III Winners 1965 1968 1978 Verbandsliga Sudbaden Winners 1998 Cup Edit South Baden Cup Tiers III VII Winners 1975 1978 2001 Runners up 2005 Youth Edit LeagueGerman Under 19 championship Winners 2008 Under 19 Bundesliga South Southwest Winners 2005 06 2008 09CupGerman Under 19 Cup Winners 2006 2009 2011 2012 2018Under 21 International Edit Lev Yashin Cup Winners 2011 22 Won by reserve team Players EditFor recent transfers see List of German football transfers summer 2021 Current squad Edit As of 21 August 2021 23 Note Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non FIFA nationality No Pos Nation Player1 GK GER Benjamin Uphoff3 DF AUT Philipp Lienhart4 DF GER Nico Schlotterbeck5 DF GER Manuel Gulde7 DF FRA Jonathan Schmid8 MF GER Maximilian Eggestein9 FW GER Lucas Holer11 FW BIH Ermedin Demirovic14 MF GER Yannik Keitel17 DF GER Lukas Kubler18 FW GER Nils Petersen vice captain 19 MF GER Janik Haberer20 FW GER Kevin Schade No Pos Nation Player21 GK GER Noah Atubolu22 MF HUN Roland Sallai23 DF GER Dominique Heintz24 DF GER Kimberly Ezekwem25 DF FRA Kiliann Sildillia26 GK NED Mark Flekken27 MF GER Nicolas Hofler29 FW KOR Jeong Woo yeong30 DF GER Christian Gunter captain 31 DF GER Keven Schlotterbeck32 MF ITA Vincenzo Grifo 3rd captain 33 MF GER Noah Weisshaupt45 FW SUI Nishan BurkartOut on loan Edit Note Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non FIFA nationality No Pos Nation Player GK GER Niclas Thiede at SC Verl until 30 June 2022 DF GER Luca Itter at Greuther Furth until 30 June 2022 MF GER Lino Tempelmann at 1 FC Nurnberg until 30 June 2022 No Pos Nation Player MF GER Carlo Boukhalfa at Jahn Regensburg until 30 June 2022 FW GER Marvin Pieringer at Schalke 04 until 30 June 2022 Selected notable former players EditFor a more complete list see List of SC Freiburg players This list of former players includes those who received international caps while playing for the team made significant contributions to the team in terms of appearances or goals while playing for the team or who made significant contributions to the sport either before they played for the team or after they left It is not complete or all inclusive and additions and refinements will continue to be made over time 24 Altin Rraklli Rodolfo Esteban Cardoso Andreas Ibertsberger Zlatan Bajramovic Mohammadou Idrissou Rolf Christel Guie Mien Austin Berry Damir Buric Nikola Jurcevic Michael Lumb Alexander Iashvili Levan Kobiashvili Dennis Aogo Martin Braun Michael Frontzeck Richard Golz Jorg Heinrich Andreas Hinkel Sebastian Kehl Ralf Kohl Joachim Low Stefan Muller Sascha Riether Jorg Schmadtke Karl Heinz Schulz Martin Spanring Uwe Spies Axel Sundermann Jens Todt Uwe Wassmer Marco Weisshaupt Gunther Wienhold Tobias Willi Andreas Zeyer Ferydoon Zandi Cha Du ri Roda Antar Youssef Mohamad Soumaila Coulibaly Boubacar Diarra Harry Decheiver Papiss Cisse Souleyman Sane Miran Pavlin Alain Sutter Zoubeir Baya Mehdi Ben Slimane Adel Sellimi Paul CaligiuriHead coaches EditCoaches of the club since 1946 25 Volker Finke former coach of SCF and longest serving coach in German football history Andreas Munkert 1946 49 Arthur Mattes 1949 50 Andreas Munkert 1950 53 second time Willi Hornung 1953 55 Kurt Mannschott 1956 58 Hans Roggow 1960 63 Hans Faber 1963 64 Hans Diehl 1964 69 Edgar Heilbrunner 1969 72 Manfred Brief 1 July 1972 30 September 1978 Heinz Baas 30 Sep 1978 30 June 1979 Norbert Wagner 1 July 1979 24 January 1980 Jupp Becker 1 July 1980 24 January 1981 Horst Zick 25 Jan 1981 30 June 1981 Lutz Hangartner 1 July 1981 30 June 1982 Werner Olk 1 July 1982 30 June 1983 Fritz Fuchs 1 July 1983 30 June 1984 Antun Rudinski 1 July 1984 1 January 1986 Jupp Becker 25 Jan 1986 22 March 1986 second time Horst Zick 23 March 1986 30 June 1986 second time Jorg Berger 1 July 1986 17 December 1988 Fritz Fuchs 1 Jan 1989 8 April 1989 second time Uwe Ehret 9 April 1989 30 June 1989 Lorenz Gunther Kostner 1 July 1989 26 August 1989 Uwe Ehret 27 Aug 1989 26 November 1989 second time Bernd Hoss 1 Dec 1989 30 June 1990 Eckhard Krautzun 1 July 1990 30 June 1991 Volker Finke 1 July 1991 20 May 2007 Robin Dutt June 2007 30 June 2011 Marcus Sorg 1 July 2011 29 December 2011 Christian Streich 29 Dec 2011 Women s section EditMain article SC Freiburg women Recent seasons Edit The recent season by season performance of the club 26 27 SC Freiburg Edit Season Division Tier Position1999 00 Bundesliga I 12th2000 01 Bundesliga 6th2001 02 Bundesliga 16th 2002 03 2 Bundesliga II 1st 2003 04 Bundesliga I 13th2004 05 Bundesliga 18th 2005 06 2 Bundesliga II 4th2006 07 2 Bundesliga 4th2007 08 2 Bundesliga 5th2008 09 2 Bundesliga 1st 2009 10 Bundesliga I 14th2010 11 Bundesliga 9th2011 12 Bundesliga 12th2012 13 Bundesliga 5th2013 14 Bundesliga 14th2014 15 Bundesliga 17th 2015 16 2 Bundesliga II 1st 2016 17 Bundesliga I 7th2017 18 Bundesliga 15th2018 19 Bundesliga 13th2019 20 Bundesliga 8th2020 21 Bundesliga 10th2021 22 Bundesliga SC Freiburg II Edit Season Division Tier Position1999 2000 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg IV 6th2000 01 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 6th2001 02 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 7th2002 03 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 3rd2003 04 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 5th2004 05 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 4th2005 06 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 4th2006 07 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 7th2007 08 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg 1st 2008 09 Regionalliga Sud IV 14th2009 10 Regionalliga Sud 3rd2010 11 Regionalliga Sud 7th2011 12 Regionalliga Sud 8th2012 13 Regionalliga Sudwest 7th2013 14 Regionalliga Sudwest 2nd2014 15 Regionalliga Sudwest 7th2015 16 Regionalliga Sudwest 14th 2016 17 Oberliga Baden Wurttemberg V 1st 2017 18 Regionalliga Sudwest IV 4th2018 19 Regionalliga Sudwest 7th2019 20 Regionalliga Sudwest 13th2020 21 Regionalliga Sudwest 1st With the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 and the 3 Liga in 2008 as the new third tier below the 2 Bundesliga all leagues below dropped one tier In 2012 the number of Regionalligas was increased from three to five with all Regionalliga Sud clubs except the Bavarian ones entering the new Regionalliga Sudwest Key Promoted RelegatedNotable chairmen Edit Achim Stocker 1972 2009 References Edit Glunk Sascha Grundungsdatum mit vielen Fragezeichen in German SC Freiburg e V Archived from the original on 27 October 2017 Retrieved 28 October 2017 Reason trumps rashness at Freiburg Bundesliga website 31 May 2011 Retrieved 18 September 2011 Peter Martin 2004 Sport Club Freiburg ed Hundert Jahre 90 Minuten Die Geschichte des SC Freiburg von 1904 2004 Freiburg Gladwell Ben SCHALKE SNATCH CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BERTH IN FREIBURG Bundesliga Archived from the original on 7 June 2013 Retrieved 27 May 2013 Gladwell Ben ALL S WELL THAT ENDS WELL FOR FREIBURG Bundesliga Archived from the original on 14 June 2013 Retrieved 27 May 2013 Wittmann Gerry VfB Stuttgart 2 1 SC Freiburg Stuttgart Salvage their Season with Pokal Win bundesliga fanatic Retrieved 29 May 2013 Das badenova Stadion SCF website Retrieved 18 September 2011 badenova Stadion in German weltfussball de Retrieved 18 September 2011 Freiburg spielt kunftig im Europa Park Stadion kicker in German Retrieved 28 October 2021 Europa Park lands Freiburg stadium naming rights in Infront brokered deal SportBusiness 1 September 2021 Retrieved 28 October 2021 Das ist das neue SC Stadion in German SC Freiburg Retrieved 9 January 2019 SC Freiburg to play in the Europa Park Stadion SC Freiburg www scfreiburg com Retrieved 28 October 2021 Europa Park Stadium Freiburg completed HPP Architekten www hpp com Retrieved 28 October 2021 New stadium SC Freiburg moved to new home StadiumDB com stadiumdb com Retrieved 28 October 2021 Freiburg opens Europa Park Stadion The Stadium Business 8 October 2021 Retrieved 28 October 2021 The UEFA Cup 1995 96 SC Freiburg GER Rec Sport Soccer Statistics Foundation Retrieved 18 September 2011 The UEFA Cup 2001 02 SC Freiburg GER Rec Sport Soccer Statistics Foundation Retrieved 18 September 2011 SC Freiburg UEFA Retrieved 18 September 2011 Noch keine Einsatzminute Darum spielt Soyuncu bei Leicester keine Rolle Bild 27 September 2018 Retrieved 10 September 2019 Matchday 18 Facts and figures bundesliga de Retrieved 24 January 2012 Freiburg crowned champions after victory over Heidenheim bundesliga com Archived from the original on 9 May 2016 The cup of Lev Yashin goes to Germany RTSportNews 18 July 2011 Retrieved 29 December 2011 Kader Profis Professional squad scfreiburg com in German Sport Club Freiburg e V Retrieved 15 September 2020 SC Freiburg Spieler von A Z in German weltfussball de Retrieved 18 September 2011 SC Freiburg Trainer von A Z in German weltfussball de Retrieved 18 September 2011 Historical German domestic league tables in German Das deutsche Fussball Archiv Retrieved 29 December 2011 Ergebnisse die Top Ligen bei Fussball de Results the Top Leagues at Fussball de in German Fussball de Retrieved 29 December 2011 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to SC Freiburg Official website in German SC Freiburg at Weltfussball de in German Das deutsche Fussball Archiv historical German domestic league tables in German Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title SC Freiburg amp oldid 1053606301, wikipedia, wiki, book,

books

, library,

article

, read, download, free, free download, mp3, video, mp4, 3gp, jpg, jpeg, gif, png, picture, music, song, movie, book, game, games.