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SV Bonlanden Full name Sportverein Bonlanden e.V. Nickname(s) Die Weißen Founded 4 August 1895 Ground Stadion an der Humboldtstraße (Capacity: 2,000) Chairman Herbert Theobaldt Manager Klaus Kämmerer League Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (V) 2010-11 Verbandsliga Württemberg (VI), 1st ↑ Home colours Away colours SV Bonlanden is a German association football club from the district of Bonlanden in the town of Filderstadt. Contents 1 History 2 Honours 3 Recent seasons 4 Stadium 5 External links History The association was founded on 4 August 1895 as the gymnastics club Turnverein Bonländer and soon developed an athletics department. They united with another local gymnastics club, Freie Turnerschaft 1908 Bonlanden, in 1911. Other local footballers established the club Fussball Club Pfeil in 1921, which was followed sometime later by the formation of Rot Sport which held a communist political ideology. In 1930 TV saw its newly formed football department briefly go its own way as Arbeiter Sportverein Bonlanden before it became part of Rot Sport. Under the policies of the Third Reich, sports associations with left-leaning or religious affiliations were consolidated for political reasons and these teams were joined together in 1933 as Turngemeinde Bonlanden. Following World War II, occupying Allied authorities ordered the dissolution of most organizations in the country, including sports and football associations. The old club was re-established on 7 September 1945 as Sportverein Bonlanden. Football did not become prominent within the sports club until the late 70s, and through the 80s the team played lower tier amateur ball. In 1988, Bonlanden won promotion to the Verbandsliga Württemberg (V) for a two year stint. They were again promoted in 1994 and celebrated their centenary by winning their way to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (IV) the following season. The club enjoyed its most successful campaign in 1996 with a state cup win in the Württemberg Pokal, which earned a first round appearance in DFB Pokal (German Cup) play where the side was put out 2:4 by VfL Bochum. Bonlanden spent six seasons in the Oberliga until being relegated in 2001 and has since played as an "elevator club" moving frequently up and down between fourth and fifth tier play. The has shuttled between Verbandliga and Oberliga with regularity in the past decade, and will be playing in the Oberliga again in 2011/12 after winning the Verbandsliga title for the 4th time in the past 10 years. Honours Verbandsliga Württemberg (VI) champions: 1995, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2011 Württemberg Cup winners: 1996 Recent seasons Year Division Position 1999–2000 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (IV) 11th 2000–01 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 16th ↓ 2001–02 Verbandsliga Württemberg (V) 1st ↑ 2002–03 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (IV) 9th 2003–04 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 8th 2004–05 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 15th ↓ 2005–06 Verbandsliga Württemberg (V) 1st ↑ 2006–07 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (IV) 18th ↓ 2007–08 Verbandsliga Württemberg (V) 6th 2008–09 Verbandsliga Württemberg (VI) 1st ↑ 2009–10 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (V) 17st ↓ 2010–11 Verbandsliga Württemberg (VI) 1st ↑ Stadium SV Bonlanden play their home matches in the Stadion an der Humboldtstraße which has a capacity of 2,000. External links Official team site Das deutsche Fußball-Archiv historical German domestic league tables (in German) European football club profiles v · d · eOberliga Baden-Württemberg (V) 2011–12 clubs Bahlinger SC · TSG Balingen · SV Bonlanden · 1. FC Normannia Gmünd · FSV Hollenbach · FV Illertissen · Kehler FV · VfL Kirchheim/Teck · VfR Mannheim · SpVgg Neckarelz · FC Nöttingen · Offenburger FV · SSV Reutlingen · SV Spielberg · Stuttgarter Kickers II · SSV Ulm 1846 · FC 08 Villingen · FC Astoria Walldorf