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Teutonia Lippstadt
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Club logo
Full name Lippstädter Spielverein
Teutonia 08 e. V.
place Lippstadt
Founded March 1908
Dissolved unknown
Club colors black-and-white
Stadium Stadium Am Waldschlösschen
Top league Association League Westphalia
successes Champion of the
Association League Westphalia 1979

Teutonia Lippstadt (officially: Lippstädter Spielverein Teutonia 08 eV ) is a sports club from Lippstadt in the Soest district in North Rhine-Westphalia . The club was founded in March 1908 and offers badminton , boxing and swimming . In football , Teutonia played between 1979 and 1983 in the then third-class Oberliga Westfalen . On June 4, 1997, the soccer department of Teutonia merged with that of Borussia Lippstadt to form SV Lippstadt 08 .


From the foundation to the Second World War (1908 to 1945)

At the beginning of March 1908, six young men founded the first Lippstadt soccer club "Teutonia" , which three years later was accepted into the West German game association . In 1913, Teutonia achieved its first sporting success with the promotion to the B-Class. In 1921, the club SV Westfalia Lippstadt joined Teutonia, which made it to the A-class. On Ascension Day of the same year, the Am Waldschlösschen stadium was inaugurated. [1] In 1927, the Teutonia rose after two play-off matches against Minden 05 Westfalen in the eastern group of the district league, which at that time represented the top flight. After a 2-2 in the first leg inMinden , Teutonia prevailed 2-0 in their own place in the second leg.

The jump into the top division was not without problems. The Teutonia conceded a 1: 9 defeat at Arminia Bielefeld in the promotion season 1927/28 and the SpVgg Herten prevailed in the game against the Lippstädter with 9: 2. A year later the team was third behind Arminia Bielefeld and Hammer SpVg . Teutonia was able to celebrate away wins with these two teams and thus qualified for the Regional League Westphalia , which only existed for one year. In the field of eight teams, Teutonia came in sixth. While the team at Waldschlösschen couldn't celebrate a victory, they managed a 2-1 win at VfL Osnabrück .[2]

After a few years in the middle of the table, Teutonia missed the Gauliga Westfalen in 1933 and continued to play in the second-rate district league Ostwestfalen, where the team was runner-up in 1938 behind Arminia Bielefeld. [3] In 1942, the Lippstädter won the championship. In the subsequent round of promotion, the Teutonia failed like Preußen Münster on STV Horst-Emscher . [4] For the season 1944/45 , the Teutonia without sporting qualification was included in the Gauliga. The game operation was due to the Second World Warcanceled before the Teutonia played for the first time. From October 1944, Teutonia formed a war game community with local rivals Borussia and Luftwaffensportverein Lipperbruchbaum .

Elevator years after the war (1945 to 1969)

Stadium at the Waldschlößchen

After the end of the war, the Lippstadt gymnastics and sports club was formed on September 22, 1945 as an amalgamation of all local clubs. A short time later, Teutonia was re-established, which in 1947, after two playoffs against TuRa Bergkamen, made it to the second-class state league . Two points behind Prussia Münster, the Teutonia was runner-up in the 1947/48 season. A year later, the club refused to play a contract and decided not to start in the II division . [1] From 1950 played the team in the single-track division, reaching 1,952fifth place. After the season, the single-track national league was abolished again because it was "contrary to the statutes". In the following years, the regional league was continued on five tracks. [5]

In the mid-1950s, Teutonia fought against relegation and in 1954 was only one point ahead of the first relegated FC Lübbecke . In 1956 , Teutonia missed the newly introduced Federation League Westphalia . Only a year later did the team make the leap into the highest Westphalian amateur league. With a 4-2 victory in the playoff against TSV Oerlinghausen in neutral Gütersloh , Teutonia secured the runner-up behind local rivals Borussia. In the promotion round, the team sat down against SG Massen , Germania Herne , Spvg Plettenberg and theSpVg Marl and made it into the association league. [6]

After two years in the Association League, Teutonia had to relegate in 1959 as bottom of the table. It was the first descent in the club's history. At Germania Datteln it was a 2:12 defeat. Things went downhill in the regional league too, and in 1962 they were relegated to the district class. It was not until 1964 that he returned to the national league under coach Fritz Machate . This handed over his office to the former national player and world champion from 1954 Hans Klodt . In 1969 Teutonia was runner-up behind the amateurs of Borussia Dortmund .

The last years until the merger (1969 to 1997)

Family tree of SV Lippstadt 08

In the 1970s, Teutonia became an elevator crew . In 1971 the team rose after playoffs against BV Selm and SV Eintracht Heessen in the district league. After the immediate resurgence in 1975 succeeded in making another leap into the association league. After only two years it went back to the national league. Under the coach Willi Soya , the direct return to the association league succeeded. Soya's successor, Ernst Maraczek, made the march through to the newly created Oberliga Westfalen with the team.

With eleventh place in the 1980/81 season , the Teutonia reached the best placement in their league time. After five regular players moved to local rivals Borussia, the team was relegated two years later . The downward trend continued. In 1986, Teutonia could only secure relegation with a 2-1 win in the decider against VfB Waltrop . A year later, the team needed another play -off to secure the league's whereabouts with a 1-0 win against TSV Marl-Hüls . [8] Two years later, he was relegated to the regional league. After the team had headed the table for months, Teutonia was still from SV Holzwickedeintercepted. Only in 1990 succeeded in returning to the association league.

A year later, Teutonia saved themselves from relegation after a 2-0 win after extra time against Rot-Weiß Unna . In 1992 Teutonia was initially relegated in terms of sport, but remained in the association league after a decision at the Green Table . [9] Due to an increased Promoted to Oberliga only the table last of the Association League was relegated. Teutonia won the playoff against Bünder SV with equal points 6-1. After another state league guest appearance in the 1993/94 season, Teutonia played in the association league until the merger.


Individual evidence

  1. a b Oliver Sichau: Chronicle. SV Lippstadt 08, accessed on June 11, 2013 .
  2. ^ German Sports Club for Football Statistics : Football in West Germany 1902/03 - 1932/33 . Berlin 2009, p. 175.
  3. Kirschneck, Uhlig et al .: DSC Arminia Bielefeld. 100 years of passion . Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2005, ISBN 3-89533-479-0 , p. 230.
  4. Hardy Greens : From the Crown Prince to the Bundesliga . In: Encyclopedia of German League Football . tape 1. AGON, Kassel 1996, ISBN 3-928562-85-1, S. 217.
  5. From the story. Teutonia Lippstadt, accessed on September 13, 2013 .
  6. ^ German sports club for soccer statistics: Soccer in West Germany 1952-1958 . Hövelhof 2012, p. 197, 199.
  7. The 60s. Teutonia Lippstadt, accessed on September 13, 2013 .
  8. The 1980s. Teutonia Lippstadt, accessed September 12, 2013 .
  9. The 1990s. Teutonia Lippstadt, accessed September 12, 2013 .