Founded in 1906 as Laubegast 06. The first major success was in 1919, when they finished ahead of more established clubs such as Guts-Muts Dresden and Dresdner SC to win the Ostsachsenliga (Eastern Saxony League). This allowed them to compete in the Middle German Championship, where they finished 6th. In 1939 the club was banned by the Nazis, and during the war years, the Sportplatz was even used for makeshift graves. (These were subsequently dug up and relocated after the war.)
During the GDR years, there basically was no club. Many of the members played for various local teams, mostly BSG Motor Dresden-Ost until 1964. That ended when the treasurer apparently embezzled funds. The players continued to bounce around until the local club was finally officially reconsituted on January 1, 1991 as FV Dresden 06 Laubegast. In 2003 they officially dropped the "Laubegast", although many apparently still refer to it by that name.
|Full Name||Fußball-Verein Dresden Laubegast 1906 e.V.|
Pop: 479,000 (2002).
is a former fishing village that merged with Dresden in 1921. It had about
10,750 inhabitants in 2000.
Steirische Straße 1, 01279 Dresden|
e-mail: email@example.com At the stadium, open Tu Th 2:00-7:00pm.
Yellow jersey, blue shorts, yellow socks; reverse colors also.
Sportanlage Steirische Straße. Capacity: 2,000|
Built out in 1947, originally held about 5,000. Heavy flooding damaged the fields in 2003, and it took months of repair.
Averaged about 660 in 2004 (Oberliga).
Reudnitzer is the uniform
||Pub Grub || The Net
www.fv06-laubegast.de, nincely done. Includes PDF versions of match day program.
Also known as:
2000-01 (VI) Bezirksliga Dresden 1st
2001-02 (V) Landesliga Sachsen 1st
2002-03 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Süd 12th
2003-04 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Süd 11th
2004-05 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Süd 18th
2005-06 (V) Landesliga Sachsen 9th
2006-07 (V) Landesliga Sachsen 3rd
2007-07 (V) Landesliga Sachsen
(c) Abseits Guide to Germany : www.abseits-soccer.com