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Established
1905 (117 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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MEWA Arena
(34,000 Capacity)

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Location
Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Nicknames
Karnevalsverein

Competitions
German Bundesliga
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curswine: 08/Aug/22
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Upcoming Events
21 Jan 23 Stuttgart  -  Mainz
25 Jan 23 Mainz  -  Dortmund
28 Jan 23 Mainz  -  Bochum
31 Jan 23 Mainz  -  Bayern Munich
04 Feb 23 Union Berlin  -  Mainz

Latest Results
13 Nov 22 Mainz  1 - 1  Ein Frankfurt
09 Nov 22 Schalke 04  1 - 0  Mainz
05 Nov 22 Mainz  0 - 3  Wolfsburg
29 Oct 22 Bayern Munich  6 - 2  Mainz
21 Oct 22 Mainz  5 - 0  FC Koln

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L'1. Fußball- und Sportverein Mainz 05, meglio noto come 1. FSV Mainz 05, o semplicemente come Magonza o Mainz, è una società calcistica tedesca con sede nella città di Magonza, nello stato federale della Renania-Palatinato. Milita nella Bundesliga, la massima serie del campionato tedesco di calcio. Il club conta 14.000 membri e ha anche una sezione di pallamano e una di ping-pong.

Promosso per la prima volta in Bundesliga al termine della stagione 2003-2004, il Magonza vi rimase per tre anni. Milita ininterrottamente in massima serie dalla stagione 2009-2010. Vanta una semifinale di Coppa di Germania, raggiunta nel 2008-2009, e conta tre partecipazioni all'Europa League.

Dal 2011 disputa le partite interne nella Opel Arena di Magonza (34.034 posti).

Team Members
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Aymen
Barkok
#27



Leandro
Barreiro
#35



Stefan
Bell
#16



Delano
Burgzorg
#37



Jonathan
Burkardt
#29



Anthony
Caci




Danny
da #24



Finn
Dahmen




Edimilson
Fernandes
#20



Angelo
Fulgini
#10



Alexander
Hack
#42



Marcus
Ingvartsen
#32



Dominik
Kohr
#31



Jae-Sung
Lee
#7 (이재성)



Maxim
Leitsch




Aarón
Martín
#2



Marlon
Mustapha
#36



Karim
Onisiwo
#21



Anton
Stach
#6



Niklas
Tauer




Silvan
Widmer
#30



Robin
Zentner
#27


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Stadium or Home

The club currently plays its home matches at Opel Arena, a new stadium opened in 2011 with a capacity of 34,034. The first event held at the new arena was the LIGA total! Cup 2011, which took place from 19 July through to 20 July 2011, with the other participants being Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Hamburger SV.

Die Nullfünfer previously played at the Bruchwegstadion, built in 1928, and modified several times over the years to hold a crowd of over 20,300 spectators. Averaging crowds of about 15,000 while in the 2. Bundesliga, the team's hard won recent success had them regularly filling their venue. The average home league attendance during the 2015–16 season was 30,324 spectators.

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