SC Pfullendorf

This small club was apparently founded in 1919, and it's 700 members basically play soccer, chess and a couple of worthless sports..

Until the 1980s, the club was totally obscure, but then they started regular appearances in the top regional amateur league. Then they surprised everybody by making the jump to professional level in 1998.

The 1998-99 season was amazing. Pfullendorf proved to be one of the toughest opponents, an yet they ended in the relegation zone. They finished with a +1 goal difference, but need help to avoid the drop. Kickers Offenbach provided it, by gaining promotion to the 2.Liga.

Pfullendorf's next season was one to hardly be believed. Once again they proved to be a tough opponent - the difference being that this year they won the close matches. As a result, they fought off all challenges and finished 2nd, qualifying for the 2.Liga promotion playoffs! Unfortunately, the magic ended there, with a 1-1 home draw to LR Ahlen, and a 1-3 loss at Union Berlin. Nevertheless, perhaps the best season in the club's history. The next season everything fell apart, with relgation back to the amateur ranks, but Pfullendorf immediately bounced back. The 2005 season was difficult, but ended positively, as SC Feucht decided to withdraw and Pfullendorf was spared relegation.

Fullname Sportclub Pfullendorf e.V.
City Pfullendorf (Baden-Württemberg). Pop: 14,000 (2004). In southern Baden, next to Lake Constance. (Bodensee).
Address Am Einfang 33, 88630 Pfullendorf
Phone: 07552 / 1833 Fax: 07552 / 6843
Colors White jerseys with red trim, red shorts, red socks.
Stadium Waldstadion Kasernenstraße Capacity: 7,000 (432 seats)
The original Waldstadion was the club's field from 1955-67, when the current stadium was built.
Tickets Between 7.50 euros (standing) and 15 euros (main seats) - 2004
Supporters The Linzgau Dynamites have their own website, . Appears to be offline. Attendance in the Oberliga was usually around 500, in the Regionalliga about 1,500.
Beer Several "partners" Zoller-Hof from Sigmaringen, Fürstenberg from Donaueschingen. Leibinger was once the sole official sponsor.
Pub Grub
The Net The official home page is

Recent History:

1973-74	(IV)	2.Amateurliga Südbaden-Süd	7th
1974-75	(IV)	2.Amateurliga Südbaden-Süd	3rd
1975-76	(III)	2.Amateurliga Südbaden-Süd	1st
1976-77	(III)	Verbandsliga Südbaden		13th
1977-78	(III)	Verbandsliga Südbaden		8th
1978-79	(IV)	Verbandsliga Südbaden		5th
1979-80	(IV)	Verbandsliga Südbaden		1st
1980-81	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg.	17th
1981-82	(IV)	Verbandsliga Südbaden		1st
1982-83	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg.	10th
1983-84	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg.	9th
1984-85	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg.	10th
1985-86	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg.	14th
1986-87	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg.	15th
1982-88	(IV)	Verbandsliga Südbaden		1st
1988-89	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg.	15th
1989-90	(IV)	Verbandsliga Südbaden		1st
1990-91	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württmbg. 	11th
1991-92	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württembg. 	14th
1992-93	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württembg. 	5th
1993-94	(III)	Am.Oberliga Baden-Württembg. 	17th
1994-95	(V)	Verbandsliga Südbaden 		1st
1995-96	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 	5th
1996-97	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 	6th
1997-98	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 	2nd
1998-99	(III)	Regionalliga Süd 		16th
1999-00	(III)	Regionalliga Süd 		2nd
2000-01	(III)	Regionalliga Süd 		17th
2001-02	(IV)	Oberliga Baden-Württemberg	1st
2002-03	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		11th
2003-04	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		10th
2004-05	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		16th
2005-06	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		14th
2006-07	(III)	Regionalliga Süd		7th
2007-08 (III)   Regionalliga Süd		17th
2008-09 (IV)    Regionalliga Süd		8th
2009-10 (IV)    Regionalliga Süd

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