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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Wed Apr 01, 2020 2:29 pm

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today we visit germany and the club BSG Wismut Gera



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BSG Wismut Gera is a German association football club playing in Gera, Thuringia. The club is the successor to 1. SV Gera whose football department joined Blau-Weiß Gera and Geraer KFC Dynamos in 2007 to form FV Gera Süd, which, in turn, changed its name to BSG Wismut Gera in 2009.


SpVgg Gera was created in 1922 out of the merger of the predecessor associations Allgemeinen Turngemeinde Gera and 1. VfR Gera. In 1936, SpVgg was joined by Sport Club Concordia Gera-Reuß to form SV Gera 04. The new association included as part of its heritage the side Sport Club Reuß which was established in 1904. SV made its first appearance in top flight football in 1939 in the Gauliga Mitte, one of sixteen upper divisions created in the 1933 re-organization of German football under the Third Reich. However, their stay in first division competition was short-lived. After narrowly escaping relegation in the two seasons following their debut, they were sent down in 1943


Post re-unification
After German re-unification in 1990, the club took on the name FSV Wismut Gera and was seeded into the NOFV-Oberliga Süd for the 1992 season. By 1996 they had slipped for the first time to fifth-tier play in the Landesliga Thüringen. A division championship returned them to what was now the fourth-division Oberliga Nordost/Süd for one season in 1999.

A three-year-long turn in the Landesliga Thüringen (V) ended in bankruptcy and demotion to the Bezirksliga Thüringen-4 (VII) in 2003, where the club played until 2007 and the merger that created the current-day club.

At the end of the 2008–09 season, the club decided to revert to the name of BSG Wismut Gera.[4] The club had been playing in the tier-six Thüringenliga since, finishing runners-up in 2014 and 2015. The latter earned the club promotion to the Oberliga after league champions Wacker Nordhausen declined promotion BSG decided to renounce participating any further in the Oberliga in 2019 and returned to the Thüringenliga.


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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by eastcoastclaret » Wed Apr 01, 2020 3:47 pm

Interesting thread BB, cheers


One question though, as is becoming apparent. Why the hell is any football club with a crossed hammers emblem have to have a bloody running track between pitch and fans?
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Wed Apr 01, 2020 5:19 pm

eastcoastclaret wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 3:47 pm
Interesting thread BB, cheers


One question though, as is becoming apparent. Why the hell is any football club with a crossed hammers emblem have to have a bloody running track between pitch and fans?
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by Newmarket » Wed Apr 01, 2020 7:14 pm

Love this thread ( and the old grounds thread too ) .

Add to them when you can mate . Great reading .
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Wed Apr 01, 2020 8:18 pm

Newmarket wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 7:14 pm
Love this thread ( and the old grounds thread too ) .

Add to them when you can mate . Great reading .

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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Thu Apr 09, 2020 11:37 am

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hi hope you are finding this intresting today we go to austria and the club called Dsv Alpine who have undergone several name changes they are currently known as DSV Leoben
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Post by BoleynBadges » Sun Apr 12, 2020 10:09 pm

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today we travel all the way to botswana ans a football club called Notwane F.C. i have noidear why the crossed hammers are upside down
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Full name Notwane Football Club
Nickname(s) Sechaba, Makhete, Toronto,
Team e Bosisi
Founded 1965
Ground Botswana National Stadium
Gaborone, Botswana
Capacity 22,500
Chairman Kealeboga Gift Mogapi
Manager Keitumetse 'Pio' Paul
League BTC Premier league


Notwane FC is a football club from Botswana based in Gaborone. It is named after the Notwane River.[1] Notwane is owned by GMG Global Investments, a subsidiary of GMG Holdings and recently made major scoop by signing former South African international players, former Orlando Pirates player Benedict Vilakazi and former Mamelodi Sundowns player Manqoba Ngwenya[


Notwane were founded in 1965 and played in the first season of the Botswana Premier League. They were relegated from the top flight for the first time in 2015.[2]

The team sued the Botswana Football Association in 1992 after the BFA allowed Township Rollers a place in the premier league. [3][2]

Notwane were promoted again in 2017.[4][5] However, Notwane suffered financial difficulties which led to a financial dispute with coach 'Pio' Paul in 2018.[6]


Achievements

Botswana Premier League: 3

1978, 1996, 1998

Botswana Challenge Cup: 4

1978, 1995, 1997, 2006

Botswana Independence Cup: 2

2003, 2004
Molepolole Stadium
City
Molepolole
Capacity
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Tue Apr 21, 2020 10:33 am

lets go to hungary
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Salgótarjáni Barátok Torna Club is a Hungarian football club from the town of Salgótarján


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Full name Salgótarjáni Barátok Torna Club
Nickname(s) Stécé
Founded 1920; 99 years ago
Ground Tó-strandi Sporttelep
Capacity 5,000 (1,750 seated)
Manager Tamás Csatlós
League NB III
2017–18 MB I, Nógrád, 1st (promoted)


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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Tue Apr 28, 2020 11:57 am

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today we go to polald and a club called Zagłębie Lubin


Full name Zagłębie Lubin Spółka Akcyjna
Nickname(s) Miedziowi (The Coppers)
Founded 10 September 1945; 74 years ago
(as OMTUR Lubin)
Ground Stadion Zagłębia Lubin
Lubin, Poland
Capacity 16,100
Chairman Vacant
Manager Martin Ševela
League Ekstraklasa
2018–19 Ekstraklasa, 6th



the old ground before the new one was built
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Re: clubs that share our crossed hammers

Post by BoleynBadges » Tue May 05, 2020 1:45 pm

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today we go to Croatia and NK Rudar Siverić


NK Rudar is a Croatian football club from Siverić in Šibenik-Knin County .
NK Rudar
Full name
Rudar Siverić Football Club
Established
1932
Playground
NK Rudar
Capacity
500
Coach
Marin Šiklić
League
1. Railway station Šibenik-Knin
17/18
4th
Homemade jersey

Away jersey
Soccerball current event.svg The current season

The beginnings of football in Siverić go back to 1925. From that year until 1932, football was played on makeshift grounds. In 1932, the first football club in Siverić was registered. The first official match was played with the football club DOŠK from Drnis . The club performed under this name for a short time because it was forbidden to operate the same year. The following year, in 1934, the club was re-registered under the name Briquette. The club soon became out of favor with the regime at the time, so it was banned from working. In 1938, a club called Rudar was founded. He has kept that name to this day. During World War II it did not work. At the end of the war, from 1947 to 1950, a playground and club rooms were built in the center of Siverić. Until 1953, the club competed in the Split Football Association, and since that year in the unique Dalmatian league. Rudar Football Club was then among the top five clubs in Dalmatia . Since 1965, Rudar has competed in the Sibenik Football Association. He won first place in that alliance six times in a row. From 1981 until the start of the Homeland War (1991), the club competed in the Dalmatian league North, Zadar - Sibenik .

In the season 1990/91. in which 16 clubs competed, Miner finished fourth. The Rudar football club has twice played abroad. At the invitation of the Croats Club from Gaggenau ( Germany ), which played Croatian part-time workers in Germany, Rudar participated in a football tournament in that city in 1981 and 1983.

In 1984, a small sports field was built and a large football field was renovated. From 1987 to 1989, the administrative space and dressing room were expanded, and in 1990 an internal restaurant was opened.

During the [[Homeland War <Homeland War]] the club did not operate because almost all Siverić residents were in exile. After the liberation in 1995, the club premises were renovated and organizational conditions were created for the regular operation of the club.

He is currently competing in the 1st ŽNL Šibensko-kninska.

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