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KSG Borbetomagus (130253)
KSG Borbetomagus.png
managed by GermanyLirion
Full name Kultur- und Sportgemeinschaft Borbetomagus
Pfiffligheim-Hochheim
Abbreviation KSGB
Nickname Vangionen
Founded 16. 07. 2010
Location Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Ground Vangionenarena am Borbeta
Size 20,000
Fanclub Pfrimmkelten auf Eroberungstour
President Germany Christoffer Lengyel
Coach Argentina Alejandro Yoder
League VIII.561
Pos. (last
season)
1 (IX.441)
Homepage ksgb.lirion.net
updated on: 2012-07-15


KSG Borbetomagus Worms-West is a Hattrick football club from Worms, Germany. KSG stands for "Kultur- und Sportgemeinschaft" (engl.: Society for Culture and Sports). The name Borbetomagus derives from the Celtic name for the city of Worms, which meant "field at the Borbeta".

The club's home is the Vangionenarena am Borbeta (engl.: Vangiones Arena at the Borbeta). It is located near the Pfrimm-Park between Pfiffligheim and Hochheim (German links).

 
Club's stadium "Vangionenarena"

Hattrick (related) pages[edit]

Club colours and symbols[edit]

Coat of arms[edit]

The former coat of Arms depicted symbols of Worms-Pfiffligheim and Worms-Hochheim (the helmet of their CoA); however, in season 48 the cooperation with the suburb of Hochheim ended and the club was seated in the west part of the central city and Pfiffligheim from thereon.

The circle with the implied crosslines and its green colour refer to the celtic history of the city Worms, as well as the orange line in the background. Green and orange are exactly the same colours as defined by the Republic of Ireland for their flag.

The symbols in the circle are the blue "Wolfssense" (wolfsscythe) adn the red star of the Coat of Arms of Pfiffligheimas well as armoured arms forming a celtic triskelion.

Colours[edit]

The home jerseys and the colours of the circle of the KSG's coat of arms are a reference to the relation of club and city to Celtic ancestry and symbols. The combination white-red-blue again are a combination of Pfiffligheim's and Worms' colours. Both can be found regularly among the club's fans.

Jerseys[edit]

see article jerseys

Fan Friendships[edit]


Club History[edit]

The first season[edit]

The club's history began as successor to the 1. FC Lungenkrebs in the X.4010 league of Germany. The team entered the competition ranked 2nd, runners-up to ASV Waldsassen with a margin of 3 points; 2 games remained until the season was complete. In the final match they would meet their direct competitor.

More see here

League Placings[edit]

Season League Pos Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD Cup Top Scorer
42* X.4010 2 36
3
14
2
12
1
0
0
2
1
73
9
15
1
+58
+8
- 3 Germany Hannes Halberg
43 IX.58 6 15 14 5 0 9 27 30 -3 - 9 Greece Lenos Flessas
44 IX.58 4 20 14 6 2 6 36 39 -3 - 6 Finland Pauli Hartikainen
6 Netherlands Javier Welmers
45 IX.58 4 18 14 5 3 6 26 24 +2 - 5 Greece Lenos Flessas
46 IX.58 2 33 14 11 0 3 51 11 +40 - 10 Croatia Srećko Galović
47 VIII.1565 7 11 14 3 2 9 17 42 -25 1st round 4 Lithuania Michailas Kanapienis
4 Romania Tudor Ilie
48 IX.441 1 39 14 13 0 1 95 10 +85 - 14 Finland Pauli Hartikainen
49 VIII.561 1 32 14 10 2 2 54 13 +41 1st round 7 Poland Jan "Amadeus" Mocarski
50 VII.534 8 6 14 1 3 10 19 42 -23 2nd round 6 Finland Pauli Hartikainen
51 VIII.523 1 36 14 12 0 2 58 14 +44 1st round 12 Scotland Harvey MacDonald

* In Season 42, the KSG Borbetomagus were successor to the 1. FC Lungenkrebs, so the first line indicates all results accumulated and the second one those of the KSGB. Top scorers are calculated through the KSGB matches only.

Matches[edit]

League[edit]

see article caps

Friendlies[edit]

see article friendly matches

Trophies[edit]

  • none

Hall of Fame[edit]

External link: hattrick.org HoF

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Bockenheimer, Simon Linus Simon Linus Bockenheimer Ht star.png
First day with club 2011-02-05
Current occupation Head Equipment Manager
Was inducted in the Hall of Fame at age 23 in April 2, 2012.
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Vorburg, Sascha Sascha Vorburg Ht star.png
First day with club 2010-07-16
Current occupation Public Relations Manager
One of the first defenders and, like Konrad Holt, originating from the players from the local suburbs who were suggested to the team on its foundation. Known for offensive-style defending. Decided to stay with the team even without playing anymore - he took over leadership in the young PR team on 1/47. Was inducted in the Hall of Fame at age 24 in October 30, 2011.


Coaches[edit]

Seas. Name Age Achievements/Notes Stations as player Stations before Stations after
42-42 Netherlands van der Zwan, Mats Mats van der Zwan 46 (now 78) First coach of the KSGB. Was substituted due to lack of innovative skill. Achieved a 9-0 away victory in his first and only game. Born on the 1st of April (sic). Netherlands FC Scoeroewoeroe
Finland Voitonpotku
Sakartvelo FC Beri Hungary Magpies Army
Portugal Los Compadris
42-44 Czech Republic Hošek, Juraj Juraj Hošek 53-55 (now 84) Formed a team of allrounders, with a defender being second best scorer of the season. Also born in April, never played football himself (he was a notable water polo player). - - Spain Guaraná FC
44-49 Argentina Yoder, Alejandro Alejandro Yoder 53-58 (now 82) Liberate managing style. Mostly achieved a greater variety in offensive playing styles, the attack on wings being the most dreaded weapon. The 95-10 during season 48 still is a legend among the club's supporters. Still managed to keep a rather low Goals Against record. Lost authority within the club towards the end of his tenure. Retired from his career after season 49. - - -
49-74 Greece Svolopoulos, Orfeas Orfeas Svolopoulos 37-61 - - -

Former notable players[edit]

  • none


Raised in this team[edit]

Player Goals Hattricks NT U20 Owner
Reinhart Traht Ht star.png 0 0 0 0 Romania Rondocarton
Alfons Bießmann Ht star.png 2 0 0 0 Romania Lazio CVN
Elias Jeremy Jobmann Ht star.png 0 0 0 0 Norway Astor Fotballklubb
Evgeny Kozlov Ht star.png 3 0 0 0 Spain Gato Carioca
Frieder Knott Ht star.png 5 0 0 0 Germany FC Altona
Jens-Jürgen Adorson Ht star.png 0 0 0 0 Switzerland Baysenal
Julian Kahlen Ht star.png 0 0 0 0 Germany Fußballclub Hansa Rostock
Klaus-Jürgen Gerum-Wardas Ht star.png 0 0 0 0 Poland Orzeł Wieluń
Marc Arnold Grinski Ht star.png 5 0 0 0 Israel The Slapers Win
Nick Höhmann Ht star.png 5 0 0 0 Portugal Ritas team
Stephan Ankum Ht star.png 6 0 0 0 Finland Pohjanmaan Pallokerho
Viktor Kürten Ht star.png 0 0 0 0 Germany Gipsy United

Hattrick Milestones[edit]

see article Hattrick Milestones


Current Squad[edit]

Pos.  №  Nat. Name Age Joined (wk/seas) Last Club Clubs before


GK 1 Norway Holtan, Mathias Mathias Holtan Ht star.png 48 11/44 Tsjekko Runners Norway
GK 72 Republic of Ireland Rutter, Christopher Christopher Rutter Ht star.png 47 13/44 Ziva Germany – FC Leeden Germany – Squadra Verde Republic of Ireland
 


CD 2 Ísland Tumi Hafliðason Ht star.png 50 1/45 Ignis Ísland
CD 3 Netherlands Vermeer, Perry Perry Vermeer Ht star.png 47 16/47 Beppe United Netherlands
CD 12 Austria Kahmann, Lorenz Lorenz Kahmann Ht star.png 47 16/46 Umpivasurit Finland – Herbsman United Austria
CD 15 Sweden Rodmo, Mattias Mattias Rodmo Ht star.png 47 15/46 IFK Skälsäträ Sweden
CD 98 Greece Svolopoulos, Orfeas Orfeas Svolopoulos Ht star.png 61 5/48 Selecta Team El Salvador – Aflojale Que Colea Football Club Argentina – Atlético Imperial Spain – Olympique Club Vannetais France – The Cockney Boys Bulgaria – Koufaliakos Greece
 


WB 4 Switzerland Grauer, Joel Joel Grauer Ht star.png 49 11/44 3 Steps Ahead Switzerland
WB 5 Spain
Romania
Bujoreanu, Corneliu Corneliu Bujoreanu Ht star.png 45 16/47 Olympyque Marseiller France – CD Castalia Spain
WB 27 Greece Flessas, Lenos Lenos Flessas 59 15/42 Zru-zru Bučovice Czech Republic – Originalieros Greece
WB 33 Poland Połoński, Janusz Janusz Połoński Ht star.png 47 15/45 Simptomclub Łódź Poland
 


CM 6 Germany Holt, Konrad Konrad Holt Captain sports.png 56 13/42
CM 10 Croatia Razlog, Krsto Krsto Razlog Ht star.png 49 16/42 Freestyle Junkies Croatia
CM 16 Germany Weinaug, Bastian Bastian Weinaug Ht star.png 48 10/44 Second City Saints Germany
CM 17 Egypt عبد الله نجار Ht star.png
(Abdullah Najjar)
44 3/48 Ultras White Knights Egypt
CM 18 Republic of Ireland Mulrooney, Stephen Stephen Mulrooney Ht star.png 45 1/48 Shirley Town Rovers Republic of Ireland
CM 21 Hong Kong 雷 生哲 Ht star.png
(Lui Shengzhe)
45 1/48 Okdisc 2001 Hong Kong
CM 22 Japan 正光 田中 Ht star.png
(Masamitsu Tanaka)
44 1/48 FC Osaka Noushiishoku Japan
CM 25 Føroyar Rúnason, Johan Johan Rúnason Ht star.png 46 12/44 Argjafrensarnir Føroyar
CM 30 Norway Jensen, Birger Birger Jensen Ht star.png 43 4/48 Skjetten Ballbusters Norway
CM 97 Latvia Perminov, Artur Artur Perminov Ht star.png 62 4/48 Tamy Football Club Finland – The DBZ Gang Netherlands – Twaix Latvia
 


WM 7 Denmark Bjerg, Jens-Jørgen Jens-Jørgen Bjerg Ht star.png 47 12/46 FC Mål / Fr. Amager Denmark – FC Flem Denmark
WM 8 Lithuania Kanapienis, Michailas Michailas Kanapienis Ht star.png 54 10/43 rabarbary Poland – Nigalo Lithuania
WM 14 Sweden Åhlfeldt, Tim Tim Åhlfeldt Ht star.png 49 13/42 Estö BK Sweden
WM 19 Germany Kleis, Finn-Claas Finn-Claas Kleis Ht star.png 47 12/44 (youth) JSG Vangionen Pfiffligheim-Hochheim Germany
WM 20 Netherlands Helwegen, Nolwin Nolwin Helwegen Ht star.png 46 14/46 FC De Spartanen Netherlands
WM 31 Germany Baumotte, Jörn Jörn Baumotte 45 12/47 (youth) JSG Vangionen Pfiffligheim-Hochheim Germany
 


FW 9 Finland Hartikainen, Pauli Pauli Hartikainen 51 13/42 Devil's Plaything Finland
FW 11 Romania Ilie, Tudor Tudor Ilie Ht star.png 52 15/46 Grifo 73 Italy – Minerii Romania
FW 24 Scotland MacDonald, Harvey Harvey MacDonald Ht star.png 47 3/47 FC Iolair Bhuid Scotland
FW 26 Germany Bockenheimer, Simon Linus Simon Linus Bockenheimer Ht star.png 49 1/43 (youth) JSG Vangionen Pfiffligheim-Hochheim Germany
FW 28 Poland Tokarek, Borzysław Borzysław Tokarek Ht star.png 59 4/45 FC Saint Anger Germany – Himi RTS Widzew Łódź Poland
FW 31 Romania Lăpuşan, Andrei Andrei Lăpuşan Ht star.png 45 5/48 FC Huniazii Romania
FW 34 Poland Mocarski, Jan Jan Mocarski Ht star.png 44 8/48 FC Albatroos Poland
FW 35 Severna Makedonija Kitanoski, Cele Cele Kitanoski Ht star.png 43 8/48 PersPolice Rasht Iran – Sun Sity Severna Makedonija
FW 36 Ísland Stefánsson, Guðjón Guðjón Stefánsson Ht star.png 45 9/48 UBK Kópavogur Ísland
FW 66 Uruguay Shreckenhammer, Adrián Adrián Shreckenhammer Ht star.png 43 7/48 Maledetti Bastianelli FC Italy – Maximo Club Uruguay

Transfers[edit]

see transfers