The club was founded in 1909 as VfB Pößneck, but didn't achieve much. From 1950-80, it became BSG Fortschritt, affilaited with a fabrics factory. From 1980-90, it was affiliated the Rotasym firm and was known as BSG Rotasym. Upon reunification in 1990, BSG Rotasym merged with BSG Rotation to form Sportgeminschaft Pößneck, and in 1994, the old name VfB came back. The club has about 385 members.
In 2003 there was a bit of excitement, as the new head coach was Lothar Kurbjuweit, a former GDR star player. He led them to an excellent 7th place in the Oberliga, but after a "difference of opinion" with the club, left after only 14 months.
|Full Name||Verein für Bewegungsspiele 1909 Pößneck e.V.|
(Thüringen). Pop: 14,000 (2004)
Orlamünder Straße 115, 07381 Pößneck|
Phone: 3647- 414096, Fax: 3647-515714
Yellow jersey, blue shorts, blue socks
Sportpark "An der Warte". Capacity: 3,500 (500 seats)|
Built in 1925.
Averaged 422 in 2004 (Oberliga).
Rosen-Pils from the local
Rosen-Brauerei Pößneck. They also brew "Schwarze Rose" (a Schwarzbier), "Spezial Pils" and a "Dunkler
Bock". The brewery is a major local sponsor as well.
||Pub Grub ||
Get your VfB-Brot! Fortified with beer grains. The local Spitzels
bakery donates 50 cents to
VfB for every loaf of bread
|| The Net
1995-96 (VI) Landesklasse Thüringen 1st
1996-97 (V) Landesliga Thüringen 2nd
1997-98 (V) Landesliga Thüringen 2nd
1998-99 (V) Landesliga Thüringen 2nd
1999-00 (V) Landesliga Thüringen 2nd
2000-01 (V) Landesliga Thüringen 4th
2001-02 (V) Landesliga Thüringen 1st
2002-03 (IV) Oberliga NOFV-Süd 13th
2003-04 (IV) Oberliga NOFV-Süd 7th
2004-05 (IV) Oberliga NOFV-Süd 8th
2005-06 (IV) Oberliga NOFV-Süd 13th
2006-07 (IV) Oberliga NOFV-Süd 13th
2007-08 (IV) Oberliga NOFV-Süd
(c) Abseits Guide to Germany : www.abseits-soccer.com