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SV Eintracht Trier 05 is a Germanmarker football club based in Triermarker, Rhineland-Palatinatemarker. It was formed in 1948 out of the merger of the predecessor sides Westmark Trier (1905) and Eintracht Trier (1906).


Pre war (1905-1945)

Both Westmark Trier (1905) and Eintracht Trier (1906) played first in the Bezirksliga Rhein-Saar and then in the Gauliga Mittelrhein, one of 16 top flight divisions formed under the re-organization of German football under the Third Reich. Both teams were relegated in 1936 and did not re-appear in the top flight until 1941 when they were both promoted to the Gauliga Moselland Gruppe West.Westmark Trier were relegated in the same season however Eintracht Trier fared slightly better lasting a further two seasons before being relegated.In 1943 the two clubs united as KSG Eintracht/Westmark Trier but only won a single point in the elven matches played, conceded 52 goals and only scored 13. In 1944 World War II had taken over the region and the Gauliga Moselland was suspended.

Post war (1945-2000)

The two clubs officially joined together on March 11, 1948 and was re-named SV Eintracht Trier (05) . Eintracht resumed play in the top flight Oberliga Südwest (Gruppe Nord), but were never a serious contender at that level, consistently finishing well behind the leaders. By the time the Bundesliga, Germanymarker's new professional football league, was formed in 1963 the club had fallen to second division play.

They continued to play tier II football in the Regionalliga Südwest until slipping briefly to the Amateurliga Rheinland (III) where they finished well but were unable to make it out of the division until their third attempt. The club moved up to the 2. Bundesliga Süd in 1976 where they suffered a poor season and finished in 17th place. They avoided relegation only because Röchling Völklingen, who had finished above Eintracht Trier were denied a license for financial reasons. Trier was able to turn that break into a five year stay in the second division.

In 1981 the two divisions of the 2. Bundesliga were combined into one, and the number of teams playing tier II football reduced from 42 to 20. Eintracht Trier missed the cut and found themselves playing in the Amateur Oberliga Südwest (III). The club went on to perform well through the next decade on into the mid-90's and earned two consecutive German Amateur Championships in 1988 and 1989, but were again unable to break through to the next level in several attempts.

The club enjoyed a memorable season in 1997-98 in what had by then become the Regionalliga West/Südwest (III). While they managed only a fifth place finish, they had a strong run through the German Cup

Recent history (2000-2007)

The years 2002 to 2005 can be considered as the club's most successful. They enjoyed a 3 season spell in the 2 Bundesliga. They achieved their highest finish ever when they finished in 7th place in the 2. Bundesliga in the 2002/03 season.

The decline of the club began with relegation into the Regionalliga on May 22, 2005. Due to the relegation of the club manager Paul Linz resigned and was replaced by former Trier Captain Micheal Prus. The start of the Regional League season was disappointing and the change of manager to Eugen Hach in October 2005 could not stop the rot. Relegation followed again and the club started the 2006/07 season in the Oberliga Südwest.

The aim of the club was promotion straight back to the Regionalliga, the men in charge of this rapid promotion challenge were Adnan Kevric and Roland Seitz however Seitz left to take over at Paderborn within just a few days of his appointment. Kevric was to see out the rest of the season with the team before resigning his position on March 3, 2007 after a 2:0 home defeat at the hands of FV Engers 07 ended the financially urgent promotion challenge. Herbert Herres then took over as head coach however he then resigned as manager on April 3, 2007 following a 3:1 defeat against Sp Vgg EGC Wirges. Former player Werner Kartz took over until the end of the season. Under Kartz the team managed to lift itself once again and even managed to win the Rhineland Cup after a 2-1 victory over TuS on June 7, 2007. This has meant qualification to the 1st round of the DFB Pokal. On August 5, 2007 Trier met Schalke 04 at the sold out Moselstadion tickets for this event were changing hands on eBay for over 60 euros per ticket, however Trier were beaten 9-0 by Schalke 04.

The plan for the 2007/08 season is to finish in the top 4 of the Oberliga Südwest which will guarantee promotion into the newly formed Regional League West for the 2008/09 season.They successfully managed this plan on the 24th May by defeating Eintracht Bad Kreuznach 5-0 ensuring that they could not be knocked out of the top 4 in the remaining match. In doing so they earned promotion to the Regionalliga West.

Cup history

In 1952/53 in the inaugural season for the DFB Pokal, Eintracht were drawn against Blau-Weiss Berlinmarker in the first round, they progressed to the 2nd Round following a 1-0 victory where they were knocked out by Wormatia Worms 4-1.

The team qualified for the DFB Pokal again in 1954/55 and were drawn against Hamburger SV who were playing in the highest division. They put on a respectable performance but were defeated 5-3.

15 years passed before Eintracht Trier again qualified for the DFB Pokal in the 1968/69 season. Drawn against the reigning League Champions 1. FC Nuremberg, losing 1-3 at the Moselstadion.

In both 1974/75 and 1976/77 Trier were knocked out in the first round, 1-4 by Olympia Wilhelmshaven and 1-3 by Fortuna Düsseldorf

In the 1979/80 season Eintracht were drawn against SG Fuchsmühl who were defeated 4-2. They then went on to face TuS Langerwehe and Hertha BSC Berlin before being beaten in the last sixteen 2-0 by SpVgg Bayreuth. The following season the team was knocked out in the first round by Fortuna Düsseldorf, losing by a single goal (1-0)

In the 1980/81 season Trier were again paired against Fortuna Dusseldorf and were again on the losing side, being beaten 1-0 at the Moselstadion.

In the subsequent season the first round match paired the team against Arminia aus Hannover and saw the match go into extra time resulting in a 2-0 victory, however the second round match resulted in a 2:1 defeat against Stuttgart Kickers

In the 1984/85 season, Trier were knocked out in the first round against HSV Hamburg by 2 goals to 1.

In the 1984/85 competition Eintracht Trier were shot into the public's attention. The first round was a simple 3:0 victory against Karlsruher SC which drew the team against reigning DFB Pokal Champions Bayer Uerdingen at the Moselstadion. After 120 minutes, with the scores still level at 0-0 the match went to a replay. In the replay Eintracht defeated Bayer Uerdingen 3-0. This was the first time in the competition's history that a Semi Professional team had defeated the defending champions. In the following round the club went on to face another team, Leverkusenmarker being defeated by 3 goals to 1. This was the biggest moment for the team in the competition so far and one that was not going to be surpassed for another 18 years.

It would be a further 5 years the team again qualified for the DFB Pokal again when they were drawn against Schalke 04. The match was covered live on German TV channel ZDF-Sportstudio however Schalke 04 were victorious by a very respectable 1:0 scoreline

In the 1991/92 they were knocked out of the competition by Bayer 04 Leverkusen by 2 goals to nil.

It would be a further 6 years before Eintracht Trier returned to the competition, but what a return it would turn out to be. After bring drawn against SpVgg Unterhaching Trier managed a hard fought 2-1 victory to set up a tie against the current UEFA Cup holders Schalke 04. Schalke 04 were made to pay for fielding a weakened team and were beaten 1-0 through a Rudi Thommes goal to send Trier through to the third round to set up a tie against Borussia Dortmund at the Moselstadion. In front of a capacity crowd at the Moselstadion, Trier won 2-1 thanks to goals from Ruudi Thommes and Marek Czakon with Jurgen Kohler hitting the consolation goal of Schalke 04. The Quarter final saw Trier winning 1-0 with yet another goal from Ruudi Thommes, this set up a Semi-Final against MSV Duisberg. The game was due to be played at the Moselstadion however the match needed to be played in the evening to allow for live television coverage on ZDF, and the lack of floodlights at the Moselstadion was causing a problem. With the DFB threatening to move the match to either Kaiserslautern or Saarbruecken, Eintracht Trier managed to install floodlight and masts to the Moseldtadion in time for the match to be played on the 18th February 1998. MSV Duisburg took and early lead and it looked to be enough to knock Trier out of the competition, however in the 89th minute Dirk Fengler hit the equaliser to take the match into extra time and on to penalties were MSV Duisburg were finally victorious by 10-11.

For the 1999/200 competition Trier were given a bye into the second round where they faced Karlsruher SC finally defeating them 6-5 in a penalty shootout. The victory against Karlsruher SC set up a third round tie against 1860 München who were defeated 2-1. Trier were finally knocked out at the last 16 by FC Hansa Rostock, losing by 4 goals to nil.

In the 2001/02 season Trier were drawn to face Alemannia Aachen in the first round, being beaten 4-2 after extra time. Only one year later 1. FC Nuremberg were victorious 2-0 in the first round match held at the Moselstadion. Trier were also defeated in the first round during the 2003/04 season by 4-3 against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.

In the 2004/05 season Trier fared rather better defeating SG Wattenscheid 09 by 3 goals to 1. In the second round Trier were chosen to play against 1860 München, whom they defeated 4-3 in a penalty shootbout before being knocked out in the following round by SV Werder Bremen 3-1 after extra time.

In 2008/09, Trier played against Hertha BSC Berlin in the first round. After a good fight they were defeated by 3 goals to 1.

In the 2009/2010 season Trier defeated Hannover 96 in the first round by a score of 3 goals to 1 and reached the round of 16 through a 4-2 extra time win over Arminia Bielefeld in the second round. In the round of 16 they were eliminated in a 3-0 loss to 1. FC Köln.

Colours and badge

The team badge uses the clubs colours, blue and white stripes and incorporates Triermarker's most famous landmark, the Porta Nigramarker.


In 1934 the club built its present home The Moselstadion. The Moselstadion is set in the midst of a sports site with several sports fields and tennis courts surrounding it. The stadium holds a maximum of 10,254 spectators with approximately 2,000 seats and terracing for a further 8,000 spectators, of which 2,000 spaces are undercover. The stadium has been gradually improved since it was built culminating in the erecting of floodlight masts in 1998 in time for the DFB Pokal Semi-Final against Duisburgmarker.

The stadium no longer conforms to the DFL licensing regulations and there are plans for a new, modern stadium in Triermarker, however following the relegation of the club to the Oberliga Südwest these plans are currently on hold.

Current squad






Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Goalkeeper Coach

Team-Doctor Physiotherapist

Reserve Squad


Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Goalkeeper Coach

Team Chef

Noted players

Backroom staff

Noted managers

  • Werner Weiss (07-08)
  • Werner Kartz (06-07)
  • Herbert Herres (06-07)
  • Adnan Kevric (06-07)
  • Marco Pezzaiouli (06-07)
  • Roland Seitz (06-07)
  • Eugen Hach (05-06)
  • Michael Prus (05-06)
  • Paul Linz (99 - 2005)
  • Michael Prus (2005)
  • Eugen Hach (2005-2006)
  • Roland Seitz (2006)
  • Marco Pezzaiuoli (2006)
  • Adnan Kevric (2006-2007)
  • Werner Weiss (2007-2008)
  • Thomas Richter (2008)


Statistics, records and recent league finishes

Year Division Position
1963-64 Regionalliga Sudwest 5th
1964-65 Regionalliga Sudwest 3rd
1965-66 Regionalliga Sudwest 13th
1966-67 Regionalliga Sudwest 5th
1967-68 Regionalliga Sudwest 8th
1968-69 Regionalliga Sudwest 10th
1969-70 Regionalliga Sudwest 10th
1970-71 Regionalliga Sudwest 11th
1971-72 Regionalliga Sudwest 13th
1972-73 Regionalliga Sudwest 15th
1973-74 Amateurliga Rheinland 2nd
1974-75 Amateurliga Rheinland 1st
1975-76 Amateurliga Rheinland 1st
1976-77 2.Bundesliga Sud 17th
1977-78 2.Bundesliga Sud 12th
1978-79 2.Bundesliga Sud 10th
1979-80 2.Bundesliga Sud 15th
1980-81 2.Bundesliga Sud 8th
1981-82 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 6th
1982-83 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 6th
1983-84 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 2nd
1984-85 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 3rd
1985-86 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 3rd
1986-87 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 1st
1987-88 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 2nd
1988-89 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 2nd
1989-90 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 5th
1990-91 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 2nd
1991-92 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 3rd
1992-93 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 1st
1993-94 Am. Oberliga Sudwest 1st
1994-95 Regionalliga West/SW 7th
1995-96 Regionalliga West/SW 15th
1996-97 Regionalliga West/SW 9th
1997-98 Regionalliga West/SW 5th
1998-99 Regionalliga West/SW 2nd
1999-00 Regionalliga West/SW 5th
2000-01 Regionalliga Sud 4th
2001-02 Regionalliga Sud 2nd
2002-03 2.Bundesliga 7th
2003-04 2.Bundesliga 11th
2004-05 2.Bundesliga 15th
2005-06 Regionalliga Sud 16th
2006-07 Oberliga Sudwest 5th
2007-08 Oberliga Sudwest 4th
2008-09 Regionalliga West 13th


To mark the 100 year anniversary of the club in 2005 Leiendecker Bloas wrote the club anthem "Für uns geddet nur Eintracht Trier (2005)" The club also use the terrace anthem You'll Never Walk Alone to inspire the team and is usually sung as the team enters the pitch.



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