SV Meppen

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SV Meppen
Logo SV Meppen 2019.svg
Full nameSportverein Meppen 1912 e.V.
Nickname(s)SVM
Founded29 November 1912; 109 years ago (1912-11-29)
GroundHänsch-Arena
Capacity13,696
ChairmanAndreas Kremer
ManagerRico Schmitt
League3. Liga
2021–223. Liga, 12th of 20
Current season

SV Meppen is a German association football club playing in Meppen, Lower Saxony. The club was founded on 29 November 1912 as Amisia Meppen and joined Männer-Turnverein Meppen on 8 February 1920 to form TuS Meppen 1912. The football branch left TuS Meppen in 1921 to create a separate club called Sport Verein Meppen 1912 e.V.. SV Meppen spent a total of 11 years in the 2. Bundesliga.

History

Historical chart of SV Meppen league performance after WWII

Meppen have had a relatively quiet history playing in III and IV level circles, winning their first title of any sort when they claimed the Amateurliga Lower Saxony (IV) championship in 1961. They claimed a second title there in 1968 and then qualified for the Regionalliga Nord (II) in 1972. After league re-structuring in 1974 the team played in the Oberliga Nord (III) where they won the championship in 1987 and then emerged out the promotion playoffs to join the 2. Bundesliga.

Generally, the side ended up in mid-table with their best finishes being 7th in 1994 and 6th in 1995. Meppen played their way into the final eight of the 1997 DFB-Pokal competition on the strength of a memorable 6–1 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt. The club's eleven-year run on the professional circuit ended in 1998 and they began a slide that landed them in the Oberliga Nord (V), where played half a dozen seasons burdened by ongoing financial problems. During the new century Meppen dropped to the Niedersachsenliga (5th division). They won the championship in 2011 and advanced to the Regionalliga Nord, which they won in 2017 to return to the 3. Liga.

Honours

Players

Current squad

As of 31 January 2022[1]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Germany GER Constantin Frommann
3 DF Germany GER Janik Jesgarzewski
4 DF Germany GER Yannick Osée
5 MF Germany GER Jonas Fedl
6 MF Germany GER Ole Käuper
7 MF Poland POL Marcus Piossek
8 MF Germany GER Thilo Leugers
9 FW Germany GER Mike Feigenspan
10 MF Germany GER Luka Tankulic
11 FW Germany GER Morgan Faßbender
12 GK Germany GER Matthis Harsman
14 MF Germany GER Willi Evseev
15 MF Germany GER Markus Ballmert
16 MF Germany GER Florian Egerer
17 FW Germany GER Christoph Hemlein
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 FW Germany GER René Guder
19 DF Germany GER Lars Bünning
20 MF Germany GER Mike-Steven Bähre
21 FW North Macedonia MKD Beyhan Ametov
22 MF Germany GER Steffen Puttkammer
23 FW Germany GER Lukas Krüger
25 DF Germany GER Jeron Al-Hazaimeh
28 DF Germany GER Moritz Hinnenkamp
29 FW Germany GER Joe Klöpper
30 DF Germany GER Max Dombrowka
31 MF Poland POL David Blacha
32 GK Germany GER Erik Domaschke
34 MF Germany GER Tobias Dombrowa
39 FW Germany GER Richard Sukuta-Pasu

Women's Team

Stadium

The "MEP-Arena" is located in northern Meppen on Lathener Strasse. Construction on the site was finished in 1924 and the stadium was named "Hindenburg Stadion" two years later. In 1992 the stadium was renamed "Emsland-Stadion". A sponsorship deal in 2011 currently has the stadium branded as "MEP-Arena". The stadium's largest ever crowd of 18,000 spectators watched SV Meppen play a 1982 friendly against a Barcelona team that included Diego Maradona. Today the stadium has a capacity of 13,696.

Literature

  • Hans Vinke: Die Meppen-Story, Geschichte eines Fußball-Phänomens, 1997, ISBN 3-927099-56-2

References

  1. ^ "SV Meppen – Squad 2021/2022". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 11 October 2021.

External links

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