|1. FC Gievenbeck|
1. Football Club |
Gievenbeck 1949 eV
|Seat|| Münster - Gievenbeck , |
|founding||29. May 1949|
|Colours||Wine red - blue - yellow|
|1. Chairman||Jörg Rüsing|
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Benjamin Heeke|
|Venue||Gievenbeck sports park|
The 1. FC Gievenbeck is a sports club from the Münster district Gievenbeck . The first football team played in the fifth-class Oberliga Westfalen in the 2012/13 and 2018/19 seasons . In addition to football, the club also offers badminton and table tennis .
Initially playing at the district level, he was promoted to the district league for the first time in 1954 . After the immediate relegation, it was not until 1976 that the FCG returned to the district league. Seven years later it went back to the district league A. After the third district league promotion in 1987, the club was able to establish itself in the district league. Four years later, they were promoted to the national league , which they had to leave down again in 2002 after a 2-0 defeat in the decider against Vorwärts Epe . The return succeeded three years later with a team that was reinforced by numerous players from the second team from Preußen Münster .
The 2006/07 season ended the FCG as runner-up behind FC Recklinghausen . In the first round of the promotion round, the Gievenbeckers were eliminated on penalties against SuS Langscheid-Enkhausen . It worked better three years later. Again the Gievenbeck runners-up, this time behind SV Dorsten-Hardt . In the promotion round, the team prevailed against Schwarz-Weiß Wattenscheid and TSV Weißtal and, after a 3-2 win over TuS Eving-Lindenhorst, made it to the Westfalenliga 1. Gievenbeck was already 0-2 down in this game and was able to turn the game around with three goals from Gunnar Weber. 
Two years later, the Gievenbecker qualified fifth for the reintroduced, fifth-class Oberliga Westfalen , from which the team, however, was relegated as the bottom of the 2012/13 season. In the 2017/18 season, he was promoted to the league again.  Again, the Gievenbeckers had to descend directly.
- Ismail Atalan , became a second division coach at VfL Bochum
- Julian Conze , became a third division player at Preußen Münster
- Yassin Ibrahim was a third division player with the Würzburger Kickers
- Marc Lorenz , became a second division player for Arminia Bielefeld
- Christian Pander , became a Bundesliga player at FC Schalke 04 and a national team player
- Lars Ravida , became a second division player at VfL Osnabrück
- Lennart Stoll , became a third division player at Preußen Münster
- Jens Wissing , was a Bundesliga player at Borussia Mönchengladbach
- official homepage
- Chronicle for the 60th anniversary of the association (PDF; 15.1 MB)
- Homepage of the table tennis department
- Chronicle. TSC Münster-Gievenbeck , accessed on July 22, 2020 .
- muensterschezeitung.de: Victory in stoppage time: Gievenbeck is promoted to the Westfalenliga ( Memento from June 14, 2010 in the Internet Archive )
- Christian Breusch: Two climbers in the upper league are certain. RevierSport, accessed May 7, 2018 .