Alemannia Aachen

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Alemannia Aachen
Full nameAachener Turn- und Sportverein
Alemannia 1900 e. V.
Nickname(s)Kartoffelkäfer (potato beetles)
Die Alemannen (The Alemanni)
Founded16 December 1900
Aachen, New Tivoli stadium since 2009
ChairmanMartin Fröhlich
ManagerFuat Kılıç
LeagueRegionalliga West (IV)

The Aachener Turn- und Sportverein Alemannia 1900 (known as Alemannia Aachen) is a football club which plays in Germany's Regionalliga. The club is based in Aachen. The name Alemannia should stress being from the west of Germany. The club was founded in 1900 by students who played football.

Stadium[change | change source]

Alemannia Aachen used to play at the Old Tivoli stadium which had a capacity of 21,632 spectators (3,632 seats). It was built in 1908 and was renovated several times. The club played its 2004 UEFA Cup matches, however, in Cologne's RheinEnergieStadion. In August 2009 the new stadium, the New Tivoli was opened, which has a capacity of 32,960 spectators (11,681 in standing areas).

Nickname[change | change source]

Alemannia has the strange nickname of the "Potato Beetles". This is because of their striped yellow-black jerseys, which make them look like the beetles

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 23 December 2021[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Germany Germany Joshua Mroß
2 DF Germany Germany Jannis Held
3 DF Germany Germany Lars Oeßwein
4 DF Germany Germany Franko Uzelac
5 DF Germany Germany Tjorben Uphoff
6 MF Germany Germany Frederic Baum
7 MF Germany Germany Lukas Wilton
8 MF Germany Germany Dino Bajric
9 FW Germany Germany Jannik Mause
10 MF Kosovo Kosovo Mergim Fejzullahu
11 FW Canada Canada Oluwabori Falaye
12 GK Germany Germany Jan Strauch
13 MF Germany Germany André Dej
15 DF Germany Germany Marco Müller
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 MF Germany Germany Tim Korzuschek (on loan from 1. FC Saarbrücken)
19 FW Germany Germany Ergün Yildiz
20 FW Germany Germany Selim Gündüz
21 MF Austria Austria Christian Gartner
22 DF Germany Germany Ricardo Antonaci
23 MF Germany Germany Dustin Zahnen
24 DF Germany Germany Peter Hackenberg (captain)
26 MF Germany Germany Matti Cebulla
27 DF Germany Germany Marcel Damaschek
28 FW Germany Germany Nils Blumberg
29 DF Germany Germany Vleron Statovci
30 FW Tunisia Tunisia Hamdi Dahmani
33 DF Germany Germany Alexander Heinze
34 DF Germany Germany Aldin Dervisevic

Coaching history[change | change source]

Alemannia Aachen coaching history from 1987 to present

References[change | change source]

  1. "Mannschaft & Trainer – Profis – Alemannia Aachen". Retrieved 4 February 2021.