Both Teams are equal in terms of Goals Scored
Energie Cottbus - Erzgebirge Aue
On 18th September 2015, Erzgebirge Aue played Energie Cottbus in 3. Liga. The match ended 1 - 0 to Erzgebirge Aue.Since this match is over, we suggest you check out the head to head statistics for the next meeting between Erzgebirge Aue and Energie Cottbus.
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Matchday 9 - September 19, 2015
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Erzgebirge Aue vs Energie Cottbus - H2H Stats
The club's reserve team, FC Energie Cottbus II, has played as high as Regionalliga level, last playing in the Regionalliga Nordost in 201213. The team most recently played in the tier five NOFV-Oberliga Sd but has, in the past, also played in the northern division of the league. It first reached Oberliga level in 1998 and has won league championships in 2007 and 2010. At the end of the 201516 season, the team was withdrawn from competition.
Calculated from FC Erzgebirge Aue's Home stats and FC Energie Cottbus's Away stats
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Friday, 18 September 2015 Football Predictions
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The players were Tomislav Piplica, Faruk Hujdurovi, Bruno Akrapovi (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Jnos Mtyus, Vasile Miriu (Hungary), Rudi Vata (Albania), Moussa Latoundji (Benin), Andrzej Kobylaski (Poland), Antun Labak (Croatia), Laureniu Reghecampf (Romania), and Franklin (Brazil). As a side note, even the three substitutes were foreigners, namely Johnny Rdlund from Sweden, Sabin Ilie from Romania and Witold Wawrzyczek from Poland .
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* Stats from 2015/16 season of 3. Liga
The club re-emerged after World War II in 1949 as BSG Franz Mehring Grube, becoming BSG Aktivist Brieske-Ost in 1950. The club was renamed SC Aktivist Brieske-Senftenberg in 1954 and played in the DDR-Oberliga generally earning mid-table results until calamitously falling all the way to the fourth tier Cottbus Bezirksliga in the early 1960s. The players of this side formed SC Energie Cottbus in 1963, whilst the reserve team merged back to BSG Aktivist Brieske-Ost to form BSG Aktivist Senftenberg. The club still exists as FSV Glckauf Brieske-Senftenberg today. SC Cottbus was quickly assisted by a wholesale transfer of players from BSG Aktivist Brieske-Ost ordered by the East German authorities, who often intervened in the business of the country's sports and football clubs for political reasons. East German authorities had a penchant for tagging sports teams with the names of socialist heroes: Franz Mehring was a German socialist politician and journalist.
On 6 April 2001, Energie became the first Bundesliga club to field a side made up of 11 foreign players. Energie often fielded nine or ten foreigners that season: German players appeared a total of just 83 times, with striker Sebastian Helbig as the leader with 28.
After years as a II division or lower-table I division side in East Germany, Energie has emerged as one of the few former DDR sides to enjoy relative prosperity in a united Germany. After six seasons playing tier III football, the club earned promotion to the 2. Bundesliga in 1997, winning the Regionalliga Nordost, and then played its way into the Bundesliga in 2000, where it managed a three-year stay. A key player in the Bundesliga run was Vasile Miriu, an imaginative midfield player who played a large part in the team's promotion. After being relegated, Energie narrowly missed a prompt return to the top tier, losing out to Mainz 05 on goal differential. In 200405, Energie struggled into both financial (reported debts of 4.5million) and sports problems: the season goal of promotion was missed by far the club escaped the relegation to third tier Regionalliga by scoring one more goal (season overall) than Eintracht Trier while having the same number of points and amount of goal differential. During season the manager and the chairman were replaced. Next season (200506) was a much more successful one the club returned to play in the First Division Bundesliga after winning promotion.
* Match Offsides Over X calculated for FC Erzgebirge Aue and FC Energie Cottbus. Recorded during 3. Liga 2015/2016 season
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