Results

Germany Verbandsliga 05/20 12:00 - 1. FC Lok Stendal v FSV Grun-Weiss Ilsenburg D 0-0
Germany Verbandsliga 05/15 16:30 - 1. FC Lok Stendal v SV Fortuna Magdeburg L 0-1
Germany Verbandsliga 05/12 12:00 - 1. FC Lok Stendal v SSC Weissenfels D 1-1
Germany Verbandsliga 04/24 16:15 - 1. FC Lok Stendal v SSV 80 Gardelegen W 3-1
Germany Verbandsliga 03/08 18:00 - SC Bernburg v 1. FC Lok Stendal L 2-1
Germany Verbandsliga 11/12 13:00 - 1. FC Lok Stendal v FSV Barleben W 3-1
Germany Verbandsliga 09/24 12:00 - 1. FC Lok Stendal v SV Blau-Weiss Zorbau W 3-1
Europe Friendlies 07/12 16:00 - FSV Optik Rathenow v 1. FC Lok Stendal W 1-3
Germany Verbandsliga 05/27 13:00 - 1. FC Lok Stendal v Dessau W 1-0
Germany Oberliga NOFV Nord 06/18 12:00 38 1. FC Lok Stendal v SC Staaken - CANC
Germany Oberliga NOFV Nord 06/18 12:00 33 [9] BSV Eintracht Mahlsdorf v 1. FC Lok Stendal [19] L 6-0
Germany Oberliga NOFV Nord 06/12 12:00 37 Hertha Zehlendorf v 1. FC Lok Stendal - CANC

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 7 5 2
Wins 4 3 1
Draws 1 1 0
Losses 2 1 1
Goals for 14 10 4
Goals against 8 5 3
Clean sheets 0 0 0
Failed to score 1 1 0

Wikipedia - 1. FC Lok Stendal

1. FC Lok Stendal is a German association football club that plays in Stendal, Saxony-Anhalt.

History

Founded in 1909, FC Viktoria Stendal was dissolved in the aftermath of World War II and re-established in Soviet occupation zone of Germany in 1945 as SG Stendal-Nord. The club underwent a number of changes in quick succession. It was renamed Blau-Weiss Stendal in 1948 and then SG Eintracht Stendal in April 1949. By year's end Eintract was merged with two railway sides – BSG Reichsbahn Stendal and BSG RAW Stendal – to emerge briefly in December as SG Hans Wendler Stendal. The practise of honouring industry in the worker's state through the renaming of football clubs was common in East Germany. Hans Wendler was an engineer who developed a method for using dust from the country's plentiful supplies of low grade brown coal to fuel older locomotives and so was briefly honoured by having one of the railway-sponsored football sides named after him. The team was finally dubbed BSG Lokomotive Stendal in 1950.[]

Historical chart of the club's league performance

Lok spent most of the 1950s and 1960s in the top flight DDR-Oberliga. However, they were a perennial lower-table side and their best ever result at that level was a fourth-place finish. They fell to the second-tier DDR-Liga in 1968 to play out the 1970s and early 1980s. Most of the rest of the 1980s was spent in third and fourth division level competition.[]

With German reunification in 1990 the club changed its name to FSV Lok Altmark Stendal and after a year in the transitional league, Lok Altmark was seeded to the third tier NOFV-Oberliga Mitte and, from 1994 to 2000, the Regionalliga Nordost. The team enjoyed a successful run in the 1995 German Cup, advancing as far as the quarter finals where there were put out on penalty kicks by Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen.[]

With the new millennium the club slipped to the NOFV-Oberliga Nord (VI) and by 2002 they were bankrupt and adrift. A union with the small local club 1. FC Stendal earned them a new start in the Verbandsliga Sachsen-Anhalt (VI since 2008, previously V) where they play today.

1. FC Lok Stendal is a professional soccer team based in Stendal, Germany. The team was founded in 1909 and has a rich history in German football.

The team competes in the Regionalliga Nord, which is the fourth tier of the German football league system. They play their home matches at the Stadion am Hölzchen, which has a capacity of 5,000 spectators.

1. FC Lok Stendal has a passionate fan base and a strong rivalry with other teams in the region. The team's colors are red and white, and their mascot is a lion.

Over the years, 1. FC Lok Stendal has produced talented players who have gone on to play at higher levels of German football. The team is known for their attacking style of play and their never-say-die attitude on the pitch.

Overall, 1. FC Lok Stendal is a respected and competitive team in German football, with a proud tradition and a bright future ahead.