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Hansa Rostock

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Established
1965 (58 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Ostseestadion
(29,000 Capacity)

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Location
Rostock, Germany

Nicknames
Hansa, Hanseaten, Kogge, Hansa-Kogge, Ostseestädter

Competitions
German 2. Bundesliga
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Upcoming Events
10 Feb 23 Bielefeld  -  Hansa Rostock
18 Feb 23 Hansa Rostock  -  Darmstadt
26 Feb 23 St Pauli  -  Hansa Rostock
05 Mar 23 Hansa Rostock  -  Karlsruhe
12 Mar 23 Hannover  -  Hansa Rostock

Latest Results
05 Feb 23 Hansa Rostock  0 - 2  Hamburg
28 Jan 23 FC Heidenheim  2 - 0  Hansa Rostock
21 Jan 23 Lech Poznan  4 - 0  Hansa Rostock
14 Jan 23 CSKA 1948  2 - 1  Hansa Rostock
11 Jan 23 Hansa Rostock  4 - 1  SPVGG Greuther

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FC Hansa Rostock is a German association football club based in the city of Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. They have emerged as one of the most successful clubs from the former East Germany after German reunification and have made several appearances in the top-flight Bundesliga.

After being in the Bundesliga for ten years, from 1995 to 2005, Rostock suffered a steady decline. In 2012, the club was relegated to the 3. Liga for the second time and only managed to regain its place in the second tier in 2021.

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Breier




Willi
Evseev




Lukas
Fröde




Joannis
Gelios




Markus
Kolke
#1



Anderson
Lucoqui




Nico
Neidhart
#7



Vladimir
Rankovic




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Reinthaler



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Stadium or Home

Ostseestadion is the home stadium of F.C. Hansa Rostock, a German football club, located in the city of Rostock.

"Ostseestadion" translates in English to "Baltic Sea Stadium", and is named after the Baltic Sea, whose coast Rostock lies upon. Ostseestadion is the original name of the stadium, but on 2 July 2007, Hansa Rostock sold the naming rights for the following 10 years to Deutsche Kreditbank (DKB), hence the new official name became "DKB Arena". In 2015, the club announced that the stadium was to regain its original name, and that the DKB had allowed an early renaming of the stadium and agreed to end the naming contract in advance.

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