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Hallescher FC Full name Hallescher Fußball-Club e.V. Nickname(s) Chemie Founded 26 January 1966 Ground Kurt-Wabbel-Stadion (Capacity: 23,860) Manager Sven Köhler League Regionalliga Nord (IV) 2009-10 Regionalliga Nord, 4th Home colours Away colours Hallescher FC is a German football club based in Halle, Saxony-Anhalt. Contents 1 History 2 Current squad 3 Notable former players 4 Honours 5 External links // History HFC Chemie team photo, Oberliga-season 1983. The club's roots are in the 1946 formation of SG Glaucha in Soviet-occupied East Germany around the core of Hallescher Fußball-Club Wacker which was founded in 1900. Wacker had participated in the playoff rounds for the German championship in 1921, 1928, and 1934, when it won the Gauliga Mitte. As was common in the East at the time, the club would undergo frequent name changes, the first one was to SG Freiimfelde Halle in 1948. In the following year they won the eastern championship as ZSG Union Halle and repeated this success in 1952. A succession of further name changes followed: BSG Turbine Halle (1953); SC Chemie Halle-Leuna (1957); SC Chemie Halle (1958); and FC Chemie Halle (1966). The last name change reflects the separation of football departments from their parent sports clubs all across East Germany, forming football clubs, as sports bureaucrats strove to build a powerful national football team. As BSG Turbine Halle the side won its first East German Cup in 1956, and a second one in 1962, this time as SC Chemie Halle. The club played in the premier DDR-Oberliga as a middling side, with the occasional lapse that would drop them to the second tier DDR-Liga. Their best result in this period was third place Oberliga finish in 1970-71 that earned them a first-round UEFA Cup appearance. With German reunification in 1990, and the merger of the country's eastern and western leagues, the club entered the 2.Bundesliga as Hallescher FC. A steady decline followed that saw the club in Verbandsliga Sachsen-Anhalt (V) by the 1995-96 season. They play in NOFV-Oberliga Süd (IV) and promoted to Regionalliga Nord (IV) in 2007-2008 as champions. Frequent name changes have been accompanied by frequent changes to the team logo. These are just some of the crests worn by Halle teams over the years. Current squad As of 11 August 2010 (2010 -08-11)[update] Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Position Player 1 GK Jürgen Rittenauer 2 DF Jan Benes 3 DF Christoph Klippel 4 MF Steve Finke 5 DF Patrick Mouaya 6 MF Toni Lindenhahn 7 MF Marco Stier 8 DF David Sieber 9 FW Thomas Neubert 10 FW Selim Aydemir 11 MF René Stark 13 GK Darko Horvat No. Position Player 14 MF Philipp Schubert 15 DF Christian Kamalla 17 MF Nico Kanitz 18 FW Angelo Hauk 20 MF Telmo Texeira-Rebelo 22 DF Marco Hartmann 23 MF Benjamin Boltze 24 MF Ronny Hebestreit 25 DF Benjamin Knaack 26 FW Dennis Wegner 27 FW Pavel David 28 FW Markus Müller Notable former players Andreas Wagenhaus Norbert Nachtweih Dariusz Wosz Silvio Meißner Werner Peter Bernd Bransch Heiko Peschke Frank Pastor Werner Peter Honours East German Champions: 1948, 1952 East German Cup: 1956, 1962 Saxony-Anhalt Cup: 1994, 2002, 2008, 2010 NOFV-Oberliga Süd Champions: 2008 Central German champions: 1921, 1928 Verbandsliga Sachsen-Anhalt (As fifth tier) Champions: 1997, 2000 External links Official website (German) Abseits Guide to German Soccer v • d • e Regionalliga Nord (IV) 2010–11 clubs Eintracht Braunschweig II · Chemnitzer FC · Energie Cottbus II · Hallescher FC · Hamburger SV II · Hannover 96 II · TSV Havelse · Hertha BSC II · Holstein Kiel · RB Leipzig · VfB Lübeck · 1. FC Magdeburg · ZFC Meuselwitz · FC Oberneuland · VFC Plauen · Türkiyemspor Berlin · SV Wilhelmshaven · VfL Wolfsburg II v • d • e Verbandsliga Sachsen-Anhalt (VI) 2009-10 clubs 1. FC Romonta Amsdorf · Askania Bernburg · MSV Eisleben · Haldensleber SC · BSV Halle-Ammendorf · Hallescher FC II · 1. FC Magdeburg II · Magdeburger SV Preußen · Naumburger SV · Oscherslebener SC · Grün-Weiß Piesteritz · Union Sandersdorf · VfB Sangerhausen · 1. FC Lok Stendal · TSV Völpke · FC Einheit Wernigerode · FC Grün-Weiß Wolfen v • d • e U19 Bundesliga North/Northeast 2010–11 clubs Hertha BSC · 1. FC Union Berlin · SV Werder Bremen · FC Energie Cottbus · Hallescher FC · Hamburger SV · Hannover 96 · Holstein Kiel · 1. FC Magdeburg · VfB Oldenburg · VfL Osnabrück · F.C. Hansa Rostock · VfL Wolfsburg · Hertha Zehlendorf v • d • e 2. 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