VfL Kirchheim

Founded 1871, with about 3700 members in several different sports. The current club was actually founded in 1945, from members of the defunct Turnverein and VfB. The original Turnverein started back in 1881.

Fullname Verein für Leibesübungen Kirchheim unter Teck von 1946 e.V.
City Kirchheim unter Teck (Baden-Württemberg). Pop: 39,000 (2002). SE of Stuttgart.
Address Jesinger Straße 105, 73230 Kirchheim-Teck
Phone: (07021) 82183
e-mail: Guenter.Kirchner@t-online.de
Colors White jersey with black trim, white shorts, white socks. Road uniform is dark bllue/black jersey, black shorts, blue socks.
Stadium Stadion an der Jesinger Allee. Capacity: 8,500
Tickets Non-members pay only 5 euros (2004).
Supporters Averaged 206 in 2004 (Verbandsliga).
Beer Dinkel-Acker and Schwaben-Bräu "quench the thirst of our spectators." From the large brewery in nearby Stuttgart.
Grub and Pub A terrace provided by the Stadiongaststätte.
The Net The official page is at www.vfl-kirchheim.de

1984-85	(IV)	Amateurliga Württemberg		7th
1985-86	(IV)	Amateurliga Württemberg		2nd
1986-87	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	5th
1987-88	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	4th
1988-89	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	11th
1989-90	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	14th
1990-91	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	15th
1991-92	(IV)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	1st
1992-93	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	5th
1993-94	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	5th
1995-95	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	9th
1995-96	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	9th
1996-97	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	1st
1997-98	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		17th
1998-99	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	7th
1999-00 (IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	8th
2000-01	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	17th
2001-02	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	3rd
2002-03	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg
2003-04	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg
2004-05	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg
2005-06	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	9th
2006-07	(V)	Verbandsliga Württemberg	1st
2007-08	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Wurttemberg	

(c) Abseits Guide to Germany