Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 05/20 13:00 30 Borussia Freialdenhoven v FC Hennef 05 L 4-1
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 05/15 17:15 28 [14] FC Union Schafhausen v FC Hennef 05 [12] W 0-2
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 05/12 13:00 29 FC Hennef 05 v BC Viktoria Glesch Paffendorf - CANC
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 05/05 13:15 28 FC Union Schafhausen v FC Hennef 05 - PPT.
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 04/28 13:00 27 FC Hennef 05 v SpVg Frechen 20 L 0-2
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 04/21 13:00 26 Bergisch Gladbach 09 v FC Hennef 05 L 3-2
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 04/14 13:00 25 FC Hennef 05 v Siegburger SV 04 L 1-3
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 04/07 13:30 24 VfL Vichttal v FC Hennef 05 L 5-1
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 03/24 14:00 23 [7] FC Hennef 05 v Fortuna Cologne II [8] L 0-5
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 03/17 14:00 22 SpVg Porz 1919 v FC Hennef 05 W 1-2
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 03/10 14:00 21 FC Hennef 05 v FC Hurth L 0-2
Germany Oberliga Mittelrhein 03/03 14:00 20 FC Germania Teveren v FC Hennef 05 W 1-2


Matches played 31 15 16
Wins 13 5 8
Draws 2 1 1
Losses 16 9 7
Goals for 49 21 28
Goals against 59 31 28
Clean sheets 6 3 3
Failed to score 8 7 1

Wikipedia - FC Hennef 05

The FC Hennef 05 is a German association football club from the town of Hennef, North Rhine-Westphalia. Apart from football the club also offers handball as a second sport.

The club's greatest success has been to earn promotion to the tier four Regionalliga West in 2014 but they were relegated after just one season.


FC Hennef 05 was formed in 2005 in a merger of two local clubs, TuRa Hennef and FC Geistingen, two local amateur clubs of which TuRa had been the more successful.

The new club took up TuRa's place in the Landesliga Mittelrhein 1 from 2005, a tier six league while Geistingen, playing in the same league that season and relegated gave its place to the new club's reserve team. Hennef won the league in its second season and earned promotion to the Verbandsliga Mittelrhein but lasted for only two seasons before being relegated down again. The club made an immediate return to the Verbandsliga in 2010 after finishing runners-up in the Landesliga. After an eleventh-place finish in 2011 the club entered a more successful era, winning the league in 2012. It also won the Middle Rhine Cup that season and qualified for the first round of the 2012–13 DFB-Pokal where it lost to TSV 1860 Munich.

At the end of the 2011–12 season the German football league system saw some changes, among them the Verbandsliga Mittelrhein being elevated a tier and receiving Oberliga status. Hennef remained at this level rather than being promoted to the Regionalliga West and won the Oberliga in the next two seasons. In 2013 it declined promotion but took it up the following year, entering Regionalliga level football for the first time. It came last in the Regionalliga in 2014–15 and was relegated from the league.

FC Hennef 05 is a professional soccer team based in Hennef, Germany. The team was founded in 2005 and has since become a prominent force in German football. Known for their strong work ethic and determination on the field, FC Hennef 05 has a loyal fan base and a reputation for playing exciting, attacking football.

The team competes in the Oberliga Mittelrhein, which is the fifth tier of the German football league system. FC Hennef 05 has a history of success in the league, consistently finishing near the top of the table and challenging for promotion to higher divisions.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their home matches are played at the Sportpark Hennef, a modern stadium with a capacity of over 5,000 spectators. FC Hennef 05 has a strong youth academy system, which has produced several talented players who have gone on to play at higher levels of professional football.

Overall, FC Hennef 05 is a respected and competitive team in German football, with a bright future ahead of them.