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Wuppertaler SV is a German association football club located in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia. The city was founded in 1929 out of the union of a number of smaller towns including Elberfeld, Barmen, Vohwinkel, Cronenberg and Ronsdorf – each with its own football club. Wuppertal Sport Verein was formed in 1954 out of the merger of TSG Vohwinkel and SSV Wuppertal and was later joined by Borussia Wuppertal to form the present day club. In addition to the football side, today's sports club includes departments for boxing, gymnastics, handball, and track and field.
Minas Hantzidis is a former Greek football player. He played for Bayer Leverkusen, VfL Bochum, Olympiacos, Iraklis, Veria, Wuppertaler SV, SV Elversberg, Union Solingen, 1. FC Kleve, TSV 05 Ronsdorf and SpVgg Radevormwald, as well as for the national side. He competed at the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
The Regionalliga West/Südwest was the third tier of the German football league system in the states of Saarland, Rheinland-Pfalz and Nordrhein-Westfalen from 1994 to 2000.
The Oberliga Nordrhein was the highest Football League in the region of Nordrhein which is part of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia from 1978 to 2008. In its last season, it was one of nine Oberligas in German football, the 4th tier of the German football league system. In 2008, it was replaced by the Oberliga Nordrhein-Westfalen, a new statewide league.
Willibald Kreß was a German footballer who participated at the 1934 FIFA World Cup. He played club football with Rot-Weiß Frankfurt and Dresdner SC. In 1932, he was signed by FC Mulhouse but couldn´t play a league match because of a DFB suspension. He later managed FSV Frankfurt and Wuppertaler SV.
Thomas Stickroth is a German former professional footballer and currently the assistant manager of FC Ingolstadt 04.
Josef Elting is a retired German football player who played for Schalke 04, Kaiserslautern, Real Murcia, Wuppertaler SV and 1. FC Bocholt.
Dimitrios Grammozis is a Greek retired football midfielder and current manager of SV Darmstadt. During his playing years, he was known as a versatile defender and defensive midfielder. | medaltemplates =
Tayfun Pektürk is a German-Turkish footballer playing for Karşıyaka.
Michael Stuckmann is a German football player, who plays for SpVgg Sterkrade.
Bahadir Incilli is a German football player, who currently plays for 1. FC Monheim.
Romas Dressler is a German footballer who plays for 1. FC Bocholt.
Alfred Beck was a German footballer who played as a forward.
The 1974–75 season was the first time Tennis Borussia Berlin played in the Fußball-Bundesliga, the highest tier of the German football league system. After 34 league games, Tennis Borussia finished in 17th position, second from the bottom of the table, only one place above Wuppertaler SV. The club reached the fourth round of the DFB-Pokal; eventually losing 2–1 away to VfB Stuttgart II. Thirteen of their 38 league goals were scored by striker Norbert Stolzenburg.
Peter Nover is a retired football defender who played in the 2. Bundesliga, North American Soccer League and Mexican Primera División.
Benjamin Barg is a German footballer who plays for FC 08 Villingen. He is the brother of Thorsten Barg.
The 1973–74 VfL Bochum season was the 36th season in club history.
Vincent "Vince" Mennie is a Scottish–German former footballer, who played as a midfielder for Köln for whom he was the first Scot to play in the Bundesliga. He also played for Dundee, Falkirk, Forfar Athletic and Wuppertaler SV.
The Western German Cup was a cup competition organised by the Western German Football Association, which was played from the 1949–50 season up to the 1973–74 season. The best teams then qualified for the following season of the DFB-Pokal. In the years 1954 to 1960, only the Western German Cup winner participated in the DFB-Pokal. In the 1954–55 season, there was no competition.
Johannes Meier is a German former footballer who played as a defender.