VfB Hüls

VfB Hüls
Full name Verein für Bewegungsspiele 48/64 Hüls e.V.
Founded 22 July 1948
Ground Stadion am Badeweiher
Ground Capacity 6,000
Chairman Dr. Hartmut Müller
Manager Markus Kaya
League Bezirksliga Westfalen 11 (VIII)
2015–16 3rd

VfB Hüls is a German association football club from Marl, North Rhine-Westphalia.


The club was founded on 22 July 1948 as Eintracht Lippe and then renamed Verein für Rasenspiele 1948 e.V. Marl-Hüls on 27 January 1951. VfR merged with SuS Drewer-Süd in 1976 to create the current club. After claiming the title in the fifth division Verbandsliga Westfalen in 1997 the club was promoted to the Oberliga Westfalen (IV). In 2007 it was demoted to the Verbandsliga but won their division championship the next year to go back to the new NRW-Liga (V). In 2012 the NRW-Liga was dissolved and after four seasons there, 'VfR' was one of the clubs specially promoted to the Regionalliga West (IV) but was relegated after a 17th-place finish back to the refounded Oberliga Westfalen (V). The club finished in 16th place in 2015 but announced its restart in the Bezirksliga (VIII) for next season.[1]


VfB Hüls plays its home matches in the Stadion am Badeweiher which has a capacity of 6,000.


The club's honours:

Current squad

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

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Tobias Rantzow
3 Germany DF Timo Koschollek
4 Germany DF Alexander Schlüter
5 Germany MF Michael Oscislawski
6 Germany FW Thomas Piorunek
7 Germany MF Cedric Leon Vennemann
8 Germany MF David Piorunek
9 Germany MF Jago van Briel
10 Turkey MF Kadir Mutluer
11 Germany MF Mario Pavlovic
12 Germany GK Rafael Hester
13 Germany MF Stefan Hoffmann
No. Position Player
15 Germany MF Yannick Goecke
16 Germany DF Lukas Diericks
17 Germany GK Emmanuel Schmid
18 Turkey MF Yakub Köse
19 Germany MF Marvin Schurig
20 Turkey MF Ibrahim Basatli
22 Germany FW Hans Kyei
23 Germany DF Dirk Jasmund
24 Germany FW Christian Erwig
25 Germany FW Volkan Okumak
27 Germany DF Dennis Wessendorf


  1. Hamers, Dominik (23 April 2015). "VfB Hüls zieht Mannschaft zurück" (in German). RevierSport. Retrieved 15 June 2015.

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