The roots go back to 1945, when Sportgemeinschaft Schönberg was founded, which later became known as BSG Traktor. In 1962, it merged with SG Dynamo 1950 to form TSG Schönberg.
The soccer section became independent in 1995 as FC Schönberg. The club's fortunes on the field have improved considerably, as FCS started marching up the ladder. In 2003, they won the Oberliga Nordost-Nord, but lost the promotion playoff to the Regionalliga against Sachsen Leipzig. Disappointment must have set in, as the club didn't do quite as well in 2004, including a 0-15 DFB-Cup loss to 1.FC Kaiserslautern.
|Full Name||Fußball-Club Schönberg 95 e.V.|
(Mecklenburg-Vorpommern). Pop: 4,600 (2004).|
Small town in NW corner, near the Baltic sea (Ostsee) between Schwerin and Lübeck.
Rudolf-Hartmann-Straße 15, 23923 Schönberg|
Phone: 038828-21667, Fax: 038828-23448
All green with white lettering.
Jahnstadion. Capacity: 6,000 Plätze (590 seats)|
There are also mobile stands that can increase availability to 16,000.
5 euros (2004). The stadium paper, "Maurine-Kicker", is printed with 500 copies.
Averaged 319 in 2004 (Oberliga).
Werder Bremen is a partner.
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Also useful is a nice fan page from Jens Uphal, www.upahl.de
1995-96 (VII) Bezirksliga 1st
1996-97 (VI) Landesliga Meck-Vorpommern 1st
1996-97 (V) Verbandsliga Meck-Vorpommern 9th
1997-98 (V) Verbandsliga Meck-Vorpommern 1st
1998-99 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 8th
1999-00 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 3rd
2000-01 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 3rd
2001-02 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 3rd
2002-03 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 1st
2003-04 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 6th
2004-05 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 16th
2005-06 (V) Verbandsliga Meck-Vorpommern 1st
2006-07 (IV) Oberliga Nordost-Nord 16th
2007-08 (V) Verbandsliga Meck-Vorpommern
(c) Abseits Guide to Germany: www.abseits-soccer.com