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FF USV Jena




FF USV Jena
Full nameFrauenfußball Universitätssportverein Jena e. V.
Founded2004; 16 years ago
GroundErnst-Abbe-Sportfeld
ChairmanRalf Schmidt-Röh
ManagerChristopher Heck
League2. Bundesliga
2018–194th (promoted)

Frauenfußball Universitätssportverein Jena e. V., commonly known as FF USV Jena, is a German women's football club from Jena, Thuringia. The club currently plays in the 2. Bundesliga, the second highest level of women's football in Germany.

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History


After becoming the last East German women's football champion in 1991, USV Jena was admitted to the Bundesliga after the reunification of Germany. They were relegated after one season and have remained in the 2nd tier league (then Regionalliga, later 2nd Bundesliga) since then. In 2003 Jena became champions of the northeastern Regionalliga but failed to achieve promotion to the Bundesliga. The decisive match was lost at home against Hamburger SV. A year later they qualified for the newly founded 2nd Bundesliga and were grouped into the southern division. In 2005 and 2006 they came in third, in 2007 even in second place. In the 2007–08 season, Jena finished first in the 2nd Bundesliga Süd and got promoted to the Bundesliga. In 2008–09 the managed a 9th place and improved to an 8th place the next season. The team's biggest success was reaching the final of the 2009–10 Frauen DFB-Pokal, where they lost 0–1 to FCR 2001 Duisburg.

From 1 July 2020 on, the club will play under a new name, after moving to FC Carl Zeiss Jena.[1]

Current squad


As of 4 August 2019

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

No. Position Player
1 GK Sarah Hornschuch
2 DF Karla Gorlitz
3 DF Anne Guther
4 DF Nicole Stratford
5 DF Svenja Paulsen
6 FW Donika Grajqevci
7 FW Isabelle Knipp
8 MF Vanessa Fudalla
9 FW Jalila Dalaf
10 MF Merza Julevic
11 FW Leonie Kreil
12 DF Jana Sedláčková
13 MF Julia Arnold
14 MF Anja Heuschkel
No. Position Player
15 MF Julie Karn
16 MF Pia Grosse
17 DF Lisa Seiler
18 MF Annika Graser
19 FW Christin Meyer
20 MF Jitka Chlastáková
21 MF Anna Weiss
22 MF Any Adam
23 DF Maren Marie Tellenbröker
24 GK Laura Kiontke
26 DF Tina Kremlichka
31 GK Inga Schuldt

Staff

Former notable players

References


  1. ^ "FF USV schließt sich FC Carl Zeiss Jena an" . DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 28 May 2020. Retrieved 28 May 2020.

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Categories: FF USV Jena | Women's football clubs in Germany | Football clubs in Thuringia | Sport in Jena | University of Jena | Association football clubs established in 2004 | 2004 establishments in Germany | German football club stubs








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