TSF Ditzingen

A small club founded in 1893 as TV Ditzingen. Merged with Kraftsportverein in 1919. The club was dissolved and then re-established in 1947.

Pretty much obscure until the 1990s, when they had a run in the Regionalliga.

The 1998-99 campaign was up and down, and ended with a weak finish. Still, they've managed to survive despite meager resources. The next year was pretty lame, and the club was one of the few RS teams to get relegated. Now they're on their way back to obscurity...

Fullname Turn- und Sportfreunde Ditzingen 1893 e.V.
Fullname Ditzingen (Baden-Württemberg). Pop: 24,000 (2002). Just outside Stuttgart.
Address Gartenstraße 3, 71254 Ditzingen
Phone: (07156) 7781
Colors Green jersey, white shorts
Stadium Trumpf-Stadion. Capacity: 4,000, all standing room.
Until 1999, known as Stadion an der Lehmgrube. Largest crowd was in 1994 when they packed all 4,000 and beat Stuttgarter Kickers 3-0 on a couple of Sean Dundee goals.
Supporters Only 200-300 per game (2004). The website has pictures of The Old Boys fans...three old guys with drums.
Friends SSV Ulm 46, SSV Reutlingen
Heroes Sean Dundee scored 26 goals in the Regionalliga campaign in 1995, prior to a big ticket transfer to VfB Stuttgart. Fredi Bobic scored 19 times in 1991/92 before transferring to Stuttgarter Kickers.
Beer Dinkelacker
Pub Grub There are two snack stands with the usual fare, including Rotwurst. Also a nice terrace to watch the game.
The Net The official club site www.tsf-fussball.de

		Recent History

1984-85 (VIII)	Kreisliga B 			1st
1985-86 (VII)	Kreisliga A 			1st
1986-87 (VI)	Bezirksliga Enz/Murr 
1987-88 (VI)	Bezirksliga Enz/Murr 		1st
1988-89 (V)	Landesliga Württemberg 
1989-90 (V)	Landesliga Württemberg 		1st
1990-91	(IV)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	1st
1991-92	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	9th	
1992-93	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	6th	
1993-94	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	4th	
1994-95	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		6th
1995-96 (III) 	Regionalliga Süd		5th
1996-97	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		15th
1997-98	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		12th
1998-99	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		12th
1999-00	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		15th
2000-01	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	14th
2001-02	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	17th
2002-03	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	4th
2003-04	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	12th
2004-05	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	10th
2005-06	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	5th
2006-07	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	6th
2007-08	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg

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