2011–12 SV Wehen Wiesbaden season

SV Wehen Wiesbaden
2011–12 season
Chairman Markus Hankammer
Manager Peter Vollmann
3. Fußball-Liga 17th
DFB-Pokal Round 1
Top goalscorer League:
Steffen Wohlfarth & Zlatko Janjic (9)

Zlatko Janjic (10)
Highest home attendance 11,600 vs. VfB Stuttgart, 29 July 2011
Lowest home attendance 1976 vs. Arminia Bielefeld, 11 February 2012
Home colours
Away colours

The 2011–12 season of SV Wehen Wiesbaden began on 18 June with their first friendly match.

Review and events


Wehen signed this year's captain Marco Christ from Fortuna Düsseldorf, as well as signing Nico Herzig and Thorsten Burkhardt from Alemannia Aachen, Aziz Bouhaddouz from FSV Frankfurt, Martin Abraham from SK Slavia Prague, Pascal Bieler from 1.FC Nuremberg all for free, and Daniel Brosinski from 1. FC Köln.

They sold last year's captain, Fabian Schönheim to 1. FSV Mainz 05 for €400K, and Daniel Brosinski (who they had signed in the same transfer window) to MSV Duisburg for €150K


3. Liga

The 2011–12 3. Fußball-Liga began on 23 July when Wiesbaden played in the opening game of the season at home against SV Werder Bremen II.


Squad Information

Squad Season 2011–12
No. Player Nat. Birthdate at SWW since previous club
1Michael GurskiGermany21 Mar 19792010SV Sandhausen
21Stefan MarinovicNew Zealand7 Oct 19912009Waitakere City
25Markus KolkeGermany18 Aug 19902011SV Waldhof Mannheim
2Nico HerzigGermany10 Dec 19832011Alemannia Aachen
3Thorsten BargGermany25 Aug 19862008Karlsruher SC
4Quido LanzaatNetherlands30 Sep 19792010FC Carl Zeiss Jena
5Nikolas LedgerwoodCanada16 Jan 19852010FSV Frankfurt
6Benjamin HübnerGermany 4 Jul 19891993
8Marcus MannGermany14 Mar 198420111. FC Saarbrücken
16Daniel DöringerGermany26 Feb 19912011
19Timo NagyGermany20 Apr 19832011FC Carl Zeiss Jena
22Pascal BielerGermany26 Feb 198620111. FC Nuremberg
27Sven SchimmelGermany30 Jul 19892011VfB Stuttgart II
7Marco ChristGermany6 Nov 19802011 Fortuna Düsseldorf
11Nicolas RothGermany28 Aug 19902011SV 73 Süd Nürnberg
15Zlatko JanjićBosnia and Herzegovina7 May 19862010Arminia Bielefeld
20Milad SalemAfghanistan3 Mar 198820101. FC Germania 08 Ober-Roden
23 Alf Mintzel Germany21 Dec 19812010SV Sandhausen
24Thorsten BurkhardtGermany21 May 19812011Alemannia Aachen
26Martin Abraham Czech Republic20 Sep 19782010*SK Slavia Prague
31Nils-Ole BookGermany17 Feb 19862011Rot Weiss Ahlen
10Orlando SmeekesCuraçao28 Dec 19812011FC Carl Zeiss Jena
9Aziz BouhaddouzMorocco30 Mar 19872011FSV Frankfurt
13Addy-Waku MengaDemocratic Republic of the Congo28 Sep 19832010SV Werder Bremen
14Steffen WohlfarthGermany14 Sep 19832011FC Bayern Munich II
17Panagiotis TriadisGreece9 Sep 19922011Eintracht Frankfurt
18Marco SailerGermany16 Nov 19852010SpVgg Greuther Fürth
34Milan IvanaCzech Republic26 Nov 19832012Slovan Bratislava
33Jonne HjelmFinland14 Jan 19882012Tampere United
Last updated: 26 March 2012*Martin Abraham joined FC Bohemians 1905

Goal scorers

Reserve team

Wehen Wiesbaden's reserve team play in the fifth tier Hessenliga and are coached by Thomas Brendel.


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

No. Position Player
Italy GK Nico Adami
Turkey GK Can Yüksel
Romania GK Alexander Loch
England DF George Worcester
Germany DF Robin Böcher
Germany DF Timo Becker
Germany DF Dominik Lötschert
Germany DF Hannes Schmitz
Philippines DF Patrick Herget
Germany MF Boris Kolb
No. Position Player
Germany MF Dennis Hornung
Turkey MF Balcan Sari
Kazakhstan MF Eugen Schiffmann
Germany MF Thimo Langner
Germany MF David Schug
Romania FW Andreas Loch
Germany FW Maximillian Meuth
Germany FW Sebastian Gurok


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