TSV Meerbusch

TuS Meerbusch
Full name Turn- und Sportverein Meerbusch e. V.
Founded 1964 (as TuS 64 Bösinghoven)
2015 (merger with ASV Lank)
Ground Sportplatz Windmühlenweg, Meerbusch
Ground Capacity 1,500
President Johannes Peters
Coach Robert Palikuća
League Oberliga Niederrhein (V)
2015–16 9th
Website Club home page

Turn- und Sportverein Meerbusch is a German football club currently playing in the Oberliga Niederrhein (V).


TuS Bösinghoven was founded in 1964 and played throughout its early history at the local level. In the mid-2000s, Christoph Peters took over the management of the association and oversaw a steady improvement in the fortunes of the club, including three consecutive promotions that brought TuS from Kreisliga (IX) play, through the Berzirksliga Niederrhein (VIII), to the Landesliga Niederrhein (VII) in 2009. That rise was briefly interrupted by a 9th place result there, but quickly resumed with a finish as runners-up in 2010–11 to Hamborn 07, and an advance to the Verbandsliga Niederrhein (VI). The club took up play in the fifth tier Oberliga Niederrhein (V) in 2012.

Effective 01 July 2015, the club merged with ASV Lank to form the new TSV Meerbusch.

Former players include Bekim Kastrati, Oliver Hampel and Robert Palikuća.

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