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KFC Uerdingen 05

association football club in Germany
(Redirected from K.F.C. Uerdingen 05)

KFC Uerdingen 05 is a football club from the Uerdingen district of Krefeld in Germany. The club plays in the NRW-Liga, which is the 5th division in Germany.

KFC Uerdingen 05
Full nameKrefelder Fußballclub
Uerdingen 05 e.V.
Founded1905
GroundGrotenburg-Stadion,
Krefeld
Ground Capacity34,500
ChairmanAgissilaos Kourkoudialos
ManagerPeter Wongrowitz
LeagueNRW-Liga
2010/111 (Niederrheinliga)

HistoryEdit

The club was founded on 17 November 1905 as FC Uerdingen 05.[1] In 1953 it merged with 1983 and 1995. In 1985 they won the German Cup. The next year they reached the semifinals of the UEFA Cup winners cup. In 1988 they won the German Indoor Cup. In 1995 they lost their main sponsor the Bayer AG and had financial problems. They were relegated the next years to the Regionalliga Nord (3rd division). Because they got no licence they were relegated to Oberliga Nordrhein (4th division) At the moment they play in the NRW-Liga.

NameEdit

  • 1905-1953 FC Uerdingen 05
  • 1953-1995 FC Bayer 05 Uerdingen
  • 1995-present KFC Uerdingen 05

Current squadEdit

As of 17 April 2011

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Manuel Lenz
2   DF Bastian Pinske
3   DF Monir Ibrahim
4   DF Michael Baum
5   DF Marc-Andre Nimptsch
6   DF Franck Patrick Njambe
7   MF Moritz Steiner
8   MF Kosi Saka
9   FW Jochen Höfler
10   MF Ersan Tekkan
11   MF Musa Celik
12   GK Tim Weichelt
13   DF Stefan Hoffmann
14   MF Ahmet Isiklar
No. Position Player
15   MF Ihor Bendovskyi
16   MF Dennis Daniel Kuczka
17   MF Markus Keppeler
18   MF Harun Celebi
19   FW Emrah Uzun
20   FW Regjep Banushi
21   MF Gajendran Balamurali
22   DF Jan-Lukas Pirschel
23   MF Selim Özdemir
24   MF Saban Ferati
25   FW Jonas Kremer
26   DF Arda Yavuz
27   FW Kevin Völler-Adducci
28   DF Aleksandar Orlovic

Manager historyEdit

HonoursEdit

German Cup: 1985

UEFA Intertoto Cup: 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992

European Cup Winners' Cup: Semi-finals 1986

YouthEdit

ReferencesEdit