Hombrucher FV 09 - Hombrucher FV 09

Hombrucher FV 09
Club logo
Full name Hombrucher Football
Association 1909 e. V.
place Dortmund-Hombruch
Founded 1909
Dissolved 2002
Club colors Red Black
Stadium Stadion Hombruch
Top league II. Division West
successes German amateur champion 1958
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The Hombrucher FV 09 (officially: Hombrucher Football Association 1909 eV ) was a football club from the Dortmund district of Hombruch . The first team played for three years in the then second-rate II Division West . The greatest success was winning the German Amateur Championship in 1958. In 2002, the HFV 09 merged with FC Eintracht Hombruch to form Hombrucher SV 09/72 .

history

Early years (1909 to 1945)

The association was founded in 1909 as FV Germania Hombruch . Ten years later, Germania joined the TV Westfalia Hombruch . On July 21, 1922, the football department split off as Hombrucher FV 09 in the form of a clean divorce . Three years later the HFV 09 merged with the FV Barop 08 to form the Hombruch / Barop 08 game association . However, this merger was dissolved again in 1926. In 1933, HFV 09 had to merge with SV Menglinghausen to form VfL Germania Hombruch . In February 1946, the association took the name Hombrucher FV 09 again. [1]

The HFV came from the south of the city of Dortmund, which is dominated by the bourgeoisie. The club's founders included players from Hombruch who had been retired from neighboring Dortmund FC 95 . In terms of sport, however, the team did not get beyond the lower divisions until the end of World War II and was at most third class. [2]

Post-war period (1945 to 1952)

In the first post-war season 1945/46 the HFV was able to celebrate promotion to the then top-class Westphalia regional league with a 5: 4 win in the playoff against TuRa Bergkamen ; there he met such well-known opponents as Borussia Dortmund or Preußen Münster . As a table sixth, the qualification for the newly created Oberliga West was missed. In 1949, the club reported despite a seventh place in the national league for the newly created II. Division West and thus accepted the contract player statute. [2]

In the 1949/50 season , the Hombrucher led the table for a long time and came, among other things, to a 3-1 victory at Borussia Mönchengladbach . On the fourth last match day, the HFV lost the championship lead after a 2: 6 defeat at TuRa 1886 Essen , and at the end of the season they finished third behind Sportfreunde Katernberg and Mönchengladbach. In terms of sport, the team crashed in the league in the following season , but it caused a sensation in the West German Football Cup .

With a 1-0 win over the upper division Duisburger SpV , the Hombrucher moved into the final, where they met Sportfreunde Wanne-Eickel . Despite three HFV leadership, the Sportfreunde prevailed in neutral Herne with 5: 4 after extra time . HFV striker Willi Schulte-Braucks missed a penalty shortly before the final whistle . In 1952, tenth place was not enough to keep the league due to a league reform. At the end of the season, one point was missing to save eighth place. In return, the Hombrucher made Kurt Prothmann, who scored 23 goals, the top scorer in the league. [3]

Amateur Championship (1952 to 1965)

In terms of sport, the Hombrucher dominated the national league season 1952/53 and were champions of their season. Prussia Werl was even defeated 13: 1. In the Westphalia Championship , in which VfB 03 Bielefeld prevailed, the HFV only made it to fourth place. Three years later, when they were seventh in the table, they initially missed direct qualification for the newly created Association League Westphalia . This was followed by a qualifying round with the seventh of the other four seasons, which ended with a stalemate between Hombruch, Borussia Lippstadt and VfB Habinghorst . After a 3: 3 against Lippstadt, the Hombrucher were also qualified. [2]

In the 1957/58 season, the Hombrucher secured the relay victory on the last day of the match with a 3: 3 at SC Dahlhausen (after 0: 3 deficit). In the finals of the Westphalia Championship, the HFV prevailed 7-3 and 3-2 against SpVgg Erkenschwick . This was followed by the West German amateur championship, which the Hombrucher won after a 3-0 win against TuS Lintfort and a 2-2 win at SV Bergisch Gladbach 09 . The team was thus qualified for the German amateur championship and, after a 2-0 win over Rapide Wedding from Berlin, reached the final, which they beat 3-1 on June 14, 1958 in front of 22,000 spectators in Dortmund's Rote Erde arenaASV Bergedorf 85 won. [4]

Nevertheless, for financial reasons, the club decided not to return to the 2nd division. [2] In the following years the Hombrucher were unable to match more to this success. After the resignation of several top performers, the club fought against relegation from 1960. Finally, in 1965, relegation to the state league had to be accepted. Two years later, under coach Hermann Schmidt, the rise was achieved, which ushered in a new successful era.

The time from 1967 to 2002

In the 1969/70 season, the team led the association league table for a long time and had a point ahead of pursuers Westfalia Herne before the last matchday . On May 10, 1970 there was a direct duel between Westfalia and HFV 09 in front of 14,000 spectators in Herne. It was 2-2 until shortly before the final whistle, before Fritz Huth scored the winning goal and made Herne the champion. [2] Through a 1: 3 defeat to Arminia Gütersloh the Hombrucher missed shortly after qualifying for the German Amateur Championship. A year later, the HFV 09 rose from the association league.

A long national league era followed, which was characterized by mediocrity. Finally, the club reached its sporting low point when it was relegated to the district league in 1983. Four years later, the Hombrucher returned to the national league and missed the march into the association league with a 1: 3 play-off defeat against TuS Eving-Lindenhorst in front of more than 5,000 spectators. After the runner-up in the 1988/89 season behind VfL Witten , he returned to the association league a year later. The club management then strove for the league and wanted to make the HFV 09 the sporting number two in the city. [2]

But the team did not get beyond mediocrity in the association league before it went back to the state league in 1993 with a team mainly from Dortmund. There it was enough for runner-up in 1997 and 1998. In 1998 the Hombrucher failed with a 0-1 defeat in the playoff against Lüner SV to return to the association league. [2] Four years later, the club merged with FC Eintracht Hombruch to form Hombrucher SV 09/72 .

Merger partner FC Eintracht Hombruch

The FC Eintracht Hombruch emerged in 1972 from a pub team and set out above all by its successful youth a name. With Mario Götze , Eintracht produced a German national player who scored the decisive goal in the 2014 World Cup final . His brother Fabian also played for FC Eintracht. The merger of FC Eintracht with HFV 09 was also due to the fact that Eintracht could not offer its young players any sporting prospects in the adult sector. [2]The HFV 09, on the other hand, concentrated on its first men's team before the merger and neglected the youth work. In its first team, the fusion club primarily relies on self-trained players. [5]

Personalities

The Hombrucher FV 09 became the German amateur champion in 1958 in the following line-up: Hermann Burgsmüller, Helmut Ullrich, Horst Legré, Werner Czidzik, Willi Schulte-Braucks, Ferdi Meinsen, Friedhelm Thiele, Willi Schürmann, Kurt Prothmann, Hermann Schmidt and Horst Jördens. [6] Regular Heinz Manthey was absent from the final due to injury. With Manfred Martinschledde , the club provided an amateur national player and, with Ulrich Greifenberg and Peter Martin, produced two second division players.

Successor club Hombrucher SV 09/72

Hombrucher SV 09/72
Club logo of the Hombrucher SV
Basisdaten
Name Hombrucher Sportverein
09/72 eV
Seat Dortmund - Hombruch ,
North Rhine-Westphalia
founding 2002
1. Chairman Thomas Richarz
Website hombruchersv.de
First soccer team
Head coach Alexander Widow
Venue Deutsch-
Luxemburger-Strasse stadium
Places 5.000
League Regional League Westphalia 3
2019/20 10th place

history

In the state league, the fusion club HSV initially did not go beyond mediocrity. After a third place in the 2007/08 season, the Hombrucher even became runner-up a year later, behind local rivals ASC 09 Dortmund . In the following promotion round they failed with 2: 3 after extra time at SV Mesum from Rheine ; However, the Hombrucher SV was subsequently included in the Westphalia League , as SV Schermbeck , who had been relegated from the NRW League, was allowed to remain in the league after a legal dispute. A request from HSV to move up to the Westphalia League was granted by the Westphalia Football and Athletics Association . [7]Two years later it went back to the national league. In 2013 they returned to the Westphalia League, before the team had to relegate back to the State League two years later. [8th]

environment

With over 500 active youth players, Hombrucher SV is one of the strongest youth departments in Westphalia. In all age groups above the E-youth, his youth teams play in super-circular game classes. A sporting highlight in 2016 was the Westphalia B-Youth Championship , which was promoted to the B-Junior Bundesliga . [9] Only because of the worse goal difference compared to SG Unterrath , the Hombrucher had to relegate in 2018 . The home stadium on Deutsch-Luxemburger-Strasse is part of the Hombruch district sports facility; In 2001 it was given an artificial turf pitchwhich was renewed in 2014. The second place originally available here had to give way to residential buildings. A new clubhouse was inaugurated in 2007. The club's second sports field is the Am Waldhausweg sports field in the Lücklemberg district of Dortmund, which was also converted into a modern artificial turf pitch in 2019.

Personalities

In the 2000s, when it provided several women's and girls' teams, Hombrucher SV produced several first and second division players with Carolin Dej , Jacqueline Klasen , Lina Magull , Marie Müller , Sonja Speckmann and Isabelle Wolf . With Arthur Matlik , an ex-professional ended his career at HSV.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Hardy Green , Christian Karn: The big book of the German football clubs . AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2009, ISBN 978-3-89784-362-2 , p. 236.
  2. a b c d e f g h i Ralf Piorr (ed.): The pot is round - The lexicon of Revier football: The clubs . Klartext Verlag, Essen 2006, ISBN 3-89861-356-9 , p. 138–140.
  3. ^ German Sports Club for Soccer Statistics : Soccer in West Germany 1945–1952 . Hövelhof 2011, p. 226.
  4. ^ German Sports Club for Football Statistics: Football in West Germany 1952–1958 . Hövelhof 2012, p. 271.
  5. Hartmut Hering: In the land of a thousand derbies . Verlag Die Werkstatt , Göttingen 2016, ISBN 978-3-7307-0209-3 , p. 318–319.
  6. Alexander Nähle: Hombruch was upside down. Ruhr Nachrichten , accessed on January 6, 2014 .
  7. Jürgen Klippert: Promotion to the Westphalia League: cheers at Hombrucher SV. The West , accessed January 6, 2014 .
  8. ^ Hombrucher SV. Tables Archive.info, accessed on May 11, 2019 .
  9. Niendorf and Hombruch are first class. German Football Association , July 1, 2016, accessed on July 3, 2016 .

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