FV Bad Vilbel

FV Bad Vilbel is a German football club from Bad Vilbel, near Frankfurt, Hesse. Founded on 30 March 1919 as SV 1919 Bad Vilbel, they merged with FG Phonix Bad Vilbel in 1933 to become FC Phonix Bad Vilbel and were re-established under their current name after World War II. The club today has a membership of about 450 and was playing in the Oberliga Hessen (IV) as a mid-table side from 1992 to 2007. Bad Vilbel's best result there was a third-place finish in 2000. In 2007, the club was relegated to the Verbandsliga Hessen-Sud. They currently play in the fifth-tier of German football, the Hessenliga.

The team plays its home matches in the Nidda-Sportfeld which has a capacity of 6,000.

Honours

The club's honours:

League

  • Verbandsliga Hessen-Sud
    • Champions: 2017–18
  • Landesliga Hessen-Sud
    • Champions: 1991–92
    • Runners-up: 1987–88, 1988–89
  • Bezirksklasse
    • Champions: 1929, 1938–39, 1986–87
  • A-Klasse
    • Champions: 1973–74
  • B-Klasse Frankfurt/Ost
    • Champions: 1970–71
  • B-Klasse Obertaunus/Usingen
    • Champions: 1966–67

Cup

  • Hesse Cup
    • Runners-up: 1994–95
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FV Bad Vilbel