TSV Crailsheim

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TSV Crailsheim
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Full nameTurn- und Sportverein
Crailsheim 1846 e.V.
Founded1846
Ground Schönebürgstadion
Capacity5,500
PresidentKlaus Jürgen Mümmler
Head coachChristian Isert (women)
Patrick Neumann (men)
LeagueLandesliga Württemberg 1 (VII)
2015–163rd
Website Club website

TSV Crailsheim is a German association football club from the town of Crailsheim, Baden-Württemberg.

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History

Founded as the gymnastics club Turnverein Crailsheim in 1846, the association today has over 3,000 members in 20 departments, including athletics, basketball, cycling, dance sport, fistball, fencing, fitness, football, handball, jujutsu, judo, rehabilitation sport, swimming, table tennis, and tennis.

Several of the teams representing the club have enjoyed success: the women's football side plays in the 2. Bundesliga, the men's basketball team in the 2. Basketball-Bundesliga Süd, and the men's footballers in the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (IV).

TSV was promoted to the Verbandsliga Württemberg (V) in 2001 and then advanced to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg in 2003. In their first season at that level they narrowly missed quick promotion to the Regionalliga Süd (III) when they finished just one point behind FC Nöttingen .

After seven Oberliga seasons, the club suffered relegation in 2010 and decided to withdraw to the tier eight Bezirksliga Hohenlohe instead. After four seasons at this level the club won promotion back to the Landesliga Württemberg in 2014.

Honors

The club's honours:

Recent seasons

The recent season-by-season performance of the club: [1] [2]

SeasonDivisionTierPosition
2000–01Landesliga WürttembergVI
2001–02 Verbandsliga Württemberg V4th
2002–03Verbandsliga Württemberg1st ↑
2003–04 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg IV2nd
2004–05Oberliga Baden-Württemberg6th
2005–06Oberliga Baden-Württemberg11th
2006–07Oberliga Baden-Württemberg6th
2007–08Oberliga Baden-Württemberg7th
2008–09Oberliga Baden-WürttembergV13th
2009–10Oberliga Baden-Württemberg17th ↓
2010–11Bezirksliga HohenloheVIII3rd
2011–12Bezirksliga Hohenlohe5th
2012–13Bezirksliga Hohenlohe4th
2013–14Bezirksliga Hohenlohe1st ↑
2014–15Landesliga Württemberg 1VII2nd
2015–16Landesliga Württemberg 13rd
2016–17Landesliga Württemberg 1
Promoted Relegated

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References

  1. Das deutsche Fußball-Archiv (in German) Historical German domestic league tables
  2. Fussball.de – Ergebnisse (in German) Tables and results of all German football leagues