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SGV Freiberg
Full name Sport- und Gesangsverein Freiberg e.V.
Founded October 26, 1973
Ground Wasenstadion
(Capacity: 4,000)
Chairman Wolfgang Holoch
Manager Markus Wenninger
League Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg (V)
2008-09 11th
Home colours
Away colours

SGV Freiberg is a German football club from the city of Freiberg am Neckar, Baden-W├╝rttemberg.



The club was formed out of the 1973 union of SGV Heutingsheim and TSV Beihingen. The roots of the Heutingsheim club go back to the establishment of FC Spartania Heutingsheim on January 28, 1913. This club fused briefly with SV Beihingen in 1919 to form FV Beihingen-Heutingsheim before the two went their separate ways again within a year. Spartania then formed a new partnership with TV Heutingsheim and RFV Wanderlust Heutingsheim in 1921 to create SV Heutingsheim. RFV left the association in 1926, while ASV TV Heutingsheim joined in 1933. Following World War II occupying Allied authorities banned all organizations in Germany, including sports and football clubs. The sports club was re-established in 1945 as SGV Heutingsheim.

TSV Beihingen made a fleeting appearance in the Amateurliga W├╝rttemberg (IV) in 1961-62 before the merger that formed SGV. The combined side was in and out of the Amateurliga W├╝rttemberg (V) through the course of the 90s. Since winning promotion to the Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg (IV) on the strength of a Verbandsliga W├╝rttemberg (V) title in 2001 the football team has earned lower table results, but improved to a 7th place finish this past season.

SGV plays its home matches at the Wasenstadion which has a capacity of 4,000 (800 seats).

In addition to its football side SGV has departments for accordion, basketball, gymnastics, Kung Fu, swimming, theatre, and volleyball.


Verbandsliga W├╝rttemberg (V) champions: 2001

Recent seasons

Year Division Position
1999-2000 Verbandsliga W├╝rttemberg (V) 9th
2000-01 Verbandsliga W├╝rttemberg 1st ÔćĹ
2001-02 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg (IV) 13th
2002-03 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg 11th
2003-04 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg 14th
2004-05 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg 14th
2005-06 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg 7th
2006-07 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg 5th
2007-08 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg 12th
2008-09 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg (V) 11th
2009-10 Oberliga Baden-W├╝rttemberg

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