2015–16 1. FC Magdeburg season

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1. FC Magdeburg
2015–16 season
President Peter Fechner
Manager Jens Härtel
Stadium MDCC-Arena
3. Liga 4th
Saxony-Anhalt Cup Runner-up
Top goalscorer League: Christian Beck (19 goals)
All: Christian Beck (22 goals)
Highest home attendance 23,043 vs. 1. FSV Mainz 05 II, 19 December 2015
Lowest home attendance 13,449 vs. VfB Stuttgart II, 28 November 2015
Average home league attendance 18,394
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours
All statistics correct as of 12 March 2016.

The 2015–16 1. FC Magdeburg season is their first season in the 3. Liga.[1]

Events[edit]

In June 2015, the club announced their pre-season plan.[2] Later they confirmed that the friendly match against Berliner AK 07 would be played on a training pitch at MDCC-Arena, while they would face FC Viktoria Köln at the Sparkassen-Arena in nearby Bernburg.[3] Magdeburg took part in the Kaiserstuhl-Cup where the side faced hosts Bahlinger SC and French 2014–15 Ligue 2 winners ES Troyes AC, eventually winning the cup.[4] They would also play a match against FSV Havelberg, a club from north-eastern Saxony-Anhalt, who won the right to host in a poll held by regional newspaper Volksstimme.[5]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

No. Pos. Name Age EU Moving from Type Transfer Window Contract ends Transfer fee Ref.
02 DF Czech Republic Lukáš Nový 24 Yes BFC Dynamo Transfer Summer 2017 Free [6]
06 MF Germany Jan Löhmannsröben 24 Yes Wacker Nordhausen Transfer Summer 2017 Free [6]
09 FW Germany Manuel Farrona-Pulido 22 Yes Wacker Nordhausen Transfer Summer 2017 Free [6]
10 DF Germany Nico Hammann 27 Yes SV Sandhausen Transfer Winter 2017 Free [7]
13 DF United States Ryan Malone 24 No Springfield College Transfer Summer 2016 Free [6]
19 MF Germany Michel Niemeyer 20 Yes RB Leipzig II Transfer Summer 2017 Free [6]
20 MF Germany Ahmed Waseem Razeek 20 Yes 1. FC Union Berlin II Transfer Summer 2017 Free [6]
21 MF Germany David Kinsombi 19 Yes Karlsruher SC Loan Winter 2016 [8]
22 DF Canada André Hainault 29 No VfR Aalen Transfer Summer 2016 Free [9]
24 MF Germany Tarek Chahed 19 Yes 1. FC Magdeburg Youth Transfer Summer 2017 [10]
25 MF Germany Sebastian Ernst 20 Yes Hannover 96 II Transfer Winter 2017 Undisclosed [11]
27 DF Germany Burak Altiparmak 24 Yes Osmanlıspor Transfer Summer 2016 Free [12]

Out[edit]

No. Pos. Name Age EU Moving to Type Transfer Window Transfer fee Ref.
02 DF Germany Nico Hammann 27 Yes SV Sandhausen Transfer Summer Free [13]
09 FW Germany Matthias Steinborn 26 Yes SV Babelsberg 03 Transfer Summer Free [13]
10 MF Germany Marcel Schlosser 27 Yes VfB Auerbach Transfer Summer Free [14]
13 MF Germany Christoph Siefkes 24 Yes FC Rapperswil-Jona Transfer Summer Free [13][15]
20 DF Germany René Lange 26 Yes FSV Zwickau Transfer Summer Free [13]
21 MF Germany Sven Reimann 21 Yes FC Carl Zeiss Jena Released Winter Free [16][17]
22 MF Germany Morris Schröter 19 Yes FSV Zwickau Transfer Summer Free [13][18]
26 MF Germany Sven Torge Bremer 20 Yes Germania Halberstadt Loan Summer Free [19][20]

Preseason and friendlies[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss   Postponed

Date KickoffA Venue City Opponent Res.B Att. Goalscorers Ref.
1. FC Magdeburg Opponent
24 June 2015 18:00 Sportplatz Hohenwarthe Hohenwarthe Eintracht Hohenwarthe 26–0 1,300 Sowislo Goal 12'21'42'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 15'23'
Beck Goal 28'
Reimann Goal 31'38'
Kruschke Goal 33'
Löhmannsröben Goal 45'
Hebisch Goal 49'58'59'74'77'80'
Nový Goal 52'
Fuchs Goal 55'90'
Chahed Goal 64'
Bankert Goal 67'70'
Schlosser Goal 72'82'
Bremer Goal 73'
Handke Goal 86'
[21]
27 June 2015 14:00 Straguth Anhalt-Auswahl 11–0 513 Butzen Goal 36'
Kruschke Goal 39'42'
Fuchs Goal 63'65'
Beck Goal 67'69'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 72'76'90'
Sowislo Goal 78'
[22]
1 July 2015 14:00 MDCC-Arena Platz 2 Magdeburg Berliner AK 07 2–3 430 Schiller Goal 47'
Kruschke Goal 56'
Kahlert Goal 22'27'
Gutsche Goal 43'
[23]
4 July 2015 14:00 Parkstadion Burg Burger BC 08 6–1 1,400 Fuchs Goal 21'
Malone Goal 58'
Kruschke Goal 60'63'
Sowislo Goal 78'
Razeek Goal 89'
Glage Goal 8' [24]
8 July 2015 18:00 Sparkassen-Arena Bernburg FC Viktoria Köln 1–2 723 Schlosser Goal 76' van Santen Goal 71'89' [25]
10 July 2015 17:10 Kaiserstuhlstadion Bahlingen Bahlinger SC 1–3 1,254 Hebisch Goal 55' Sautner Goal 14'
Adam Goal 24'
Göppert Goal 69'
[4]
11 July 2015 15:00 Kaiserstuhlstadion Bahlingen ES Troyes AC 5–1 1,400 Sowislo Goal 29'
Handke Goal 32'
Beck Goal 35'57' (pen.)
Fuchs Goal 62'
Bekamenga Goal 86' (pen.) [4]
15 July 2015 18:00 Sportplatz Mühlenholz Havelberg FSV Havelberg 14–1 1,423 Hebisch Goal 2'28'35'43'
Reimann Goal 7'29'42'
Fuchs Goal 23'25'
Beck Goal 51'57'83'
Kruschke Goal 53'
Bankert Goal 55'
Leppin Goal 44' [26]
18 July 2015 15:00 Sportforum Hohenschönhausen Berlin Berliner FC Dynamo 3–1 700 Farrona-Pulido Goal 22'
Beck Goal 33'55'
Muhović Goal 51' [27]
4 August 2015 18:00 Sportplatz Zielitzer Straße Magdeburg TuS 1860 Magdeburg-Neustadt 13–0 1,053 Kruschke Goal 4'52'67'
Nový Goal 19'
Schlosser Goal 34'40'53'57'61'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 59'
Hebisch Goal 74'86'
Puttkammer Goal 78'
[28]
12 August 2015 14:00 AOK-Stadion Wolfsburg VfL Wolfsburg 4–3 2,205 Beck Goal 13'
Brandt Goal 67'
Chahed Goal 69'
Bankert Goal 82'
Caligiuri Goal 9'
Bendtner Goal 20'
Hunt Goal 44'
[29]
2 September 2015 18:00 MDCC-Arena Platz 2 Magdeburg Viktoria Berlin 1–2 350 Hebisch Goal 17' Beyazit Goal 37'44' [30]
3 September 2015 16:30 B-Platz an der Hamburger Straße Braunschweig Eintracht Braunschweig II 0–1 Dacaj Goal 78' [31]
12 October 2015 18:30 MDCC-Arena Magdeburg Borussia Dortmund 2–2 19,679 Hebisch Goal 31'
Beck Goal 72'
Maruoka Goal 32'
Januzaj Goal 33'
[32]
7 January 2016 16:30 Novo Sancti Petri Chiclana CF 8–1 Fuchs Goal 4'
Sowislo Goal 5' (pen.)
Hebisch Goal 18'38'41'
Beck Goal 46'82'
Razeek Goal 84'
Goal 56' [33][34]
16 January 2016 13:00 MDCC-Arena Magdeburg SV Babelsberg 03 3–1 Farrona-Pulido Goal 65'
Altiparmak Goal 74' (pen.)
Kruschke Goal 86'
Steinborn Goal 21' [35]
6 February 2016 11:00 MDCC-Arena Platz 2 Magdeburg Hannover 96 II 2–0 300 Razeek Goal 81'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 86'
[36]
12 April 2016 HOWOGE-Arena "Hans Zoschke" Berlin SV Lichtenberg 47 1–0 456 Kruschke Goal 42' [37]

3. Liga[edit]

On 2 July 2015, the German football association DFB published the preliminary schedule for the new 3. Liga season. 1. FC Magdeburg were awarded the opening game of the season to be held on Friday, 24 July, at 8.30 pm. The match will be broadcast live on television channel MDR.[38]

3. Liga fixtures & results[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss   Postponed

MD Date
KickoffA
H/A Opponent Res.B
F–A
Att. Goalscorers Table Ref.
1. FC Magdeburg Opponent Pos. Pts.
1 24 July 2015
20:30
H FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt 2–1 21,079 Beck Goal 60'
Fuchs Goal 89'
Erb Goal 31' 3rd 3 [39]
2 31 July 2015
19:00
A 1. FSV Mainz 05 II 2–2 2,870 Hebisch Goal 6'
Fuchs Goal 21'
Parker Goal 57'
Derstroff Goal 64'
6th 4 [40]
3 16 August 2015
14:00
H Hallescher FC 2–1 20,912 Beck Goal 34'78' Osawe Goal 1' 2nd 7 [41]
4 21 August 2015
19:00
A SV Werder Bremen II 1–1 2,600 Sowislo Goal 65' (pen.) Aycicek Goal 90' 3rd 8 [42]
5 25 August 2015
20:30
H Chemnitzer FC 2–0 19,112 Beck Goal 20'
Brandt Goal 77'
2nd 11 [43]
6 28 August 2015
19:00
A SC Fortuna Köln 1–2 3,323 Beck Goal 20' Rahn Goal 27' (Pen.)29' (Pen.) 3rd 11 [44]
8C 11 September 2015
19:00
A Stuttgarter Kickers 0–1 6,270 Braun Goal 36' 5th 11 [45]
7C 15 September 2015
18:30
H VfL Osnabrück 3–0 15,324 Sowislo Goal 49'
Beck Goal 61'72'
5th 14 [46]
9 18 September 2015
19:00
H VfR Aalen 1–2 16,093 Sowislo Goal 21' Müller Goal 6'
Morys Goal 88'
8th 14 [47]
10 23 September 2015
20:30
A F.C. Hansa Rostock 1–1 16,300 Altiparmak Goal 68' Butzen Goal 48' (o.g.) 8th 15 [48]
11 26 September 2015
14:00
H FC Energie Cottbus 2–2 19,453 Beck Goal 55'90+1' (pen.) Sukuta-Pasu Goal 59'
Mattuschka Goal 66'
7th 16 [49][50]
12 2 October 2015
19:00
A Holstein Kiel 0–0 6,515 7th 17 [51]
13 18 October 2015
14:00
A FC Erzgebirge Aue 0–0 10,050 7th 18 [52]
14 24 October 2015
14:00
H SV Wehen Wiesbaden 1–0 14,981 Malone Goal 83' 4th 21 [53]
15 31 October 2015
14:00
A SG Dynamo Dresden 2–3 29,321 Farrona-Pulido Goal 35'
Malone Goal 89'
Eilers Goal 21' (pen.) Goal 81'
Testroet Goal 73'
6th 21 [54]
16 7 November 2015
14:00
H SC Preußen Münster 3–0 16,616 Beck Goal 10'
Fuchs Goal 45+1'
Sowislo Goal 81'
5th 24 [55]
17 21 November 2015
14:00
A SG Sonnenhof Großaspach 0–1 2,300 Rizzi Goal 82' (pen.) 7th 24 [56]
18 28 November 2015
14:00
H VfB Stuttgart II 2–2 13,449 Razeek Goal 28'38' Vier Goal 85'
Gabriele Goal 90'
7th 25 [57]
19 5 December 2015
14:00
A Würzburger Kickers 1–1 5,617 Beck Goal 42' Fennell Goal 88' 7th 26 [58]
20 14 December 2015
18:30
A FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt 2–0 7,069 Brandt Goal 8'
Beck Goal 14'
6th 29 [59]
21 19 December 2015
14:00
H 1. FSV Mainz 05 II 3–1 23,043 Beck Goal 12'37'68' Derstroff Goal 39' 4th 32 [60]
22 24 January 2016
14:00
A Hallescher FC 2–1 12,500 Ernst Goal 5'68' Lindenhahn Goal 32' 4th 35 [61]
23 30 January 2016
14:00
H SV Werder Bremen II 1–1 15,873 Chahed Goal 47' Kazior Goal 88' 4th 36 [62]
24 5 February 2016
20:30
A Chemnitzer FC 0–0 8,278 4th 37 [63]
25 13 February 2016
14:00
H SC Fortuna Köln 0–0 14,962 5th 38 [64]
26 20 February 2016
14:00
A VfL Osnabrück 0–2 10,282 Savran Goal 34'70' 5th 38 [65]
27 28 February 2016
14:00
H Stuttgarter Kickers 2–1 15,412 Ernst Goal 2'
Chahed Goal 32'
Abruscia Goal 66' 5th 41 [66]
28 2 March 2016
18:30
A VfR Aalen 0–0 4,555 5th 42 [67]
29 5 March 2016
14:00
H F.C. Hansa Rostock 4–1 20,361 Sowislo Goal 25' Goal 90+1' (pen.)
Farrona-Pulido Goal 39'
Beck Goal 77'
Kofler Goal 43' 4th 45 [68]
30 12 March 2016
14:00
A FC Energie Cottbus 0–2 8,404 Michel Goal 8'
Kauko Goal 45'
5th 45 [69]
31 20 March 2016
14:00
H Holstein Kiel 0–1 16,446 Janzer Goal 28' 6th 45 [70]
32 1 April 2016
20:30
H FC Erzgebirge Aue 0–3 21,812 Köpke Goal 18'38'
Skarlatidis Goal 44'
6th 45 [71]
33 8 April 2016
19:00
A SV Wehen Wiesbaden 0–0 3,002 6th 46 [72]
34 16 April 2016
14:00
H SG Dynamo Dresden 2–2 21,954 Niemeyer Goal 41'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 60'
Testroet Goal 63'
Eilers Goal 67'
6th 47 [73]
35 22 April 2016
19:00
A SC Preußen Münster 2–1 8,140 Beck Goal 16'89' Schweers Goal 45' 6th 50 [74]
36 30 April 2016
14:00
H SG Sonnenhof Großaspach 4–0 20,532 Niemeyer Goal 27'
Beck Goal 35'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 51'
Löhmannsröben Goal 85'
5th 53 [75]
37 7 May 2016
13:30
A VfB Stuttgart II 1–0 1,410 Sowislo Goal 46' 4th 56 [76]
38 14 May 2016
13:30
H Würzburger Kickers 0–1 22,072 Soriano Goal 14' 4th 56 [77]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion, qualification or relegation
2 Erzgebirge Aue (P) 38 19 13 6 42 21 +21 70 Promotion to 2. Bundesliga
3 Würzburger Kickers (O, P) 38 16 16 6 43 25 +18 64 Qualification to promotion play-offs
4 1. FC Magdeburg 38 14 14 10 49 37 +12 56
5 VfL Osnabrück 38 14 14 10 46 41 +5 56
6 Chemnitzer FC 38 15 10 13 52 46 +6 55
Source: DFB
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Goals scored
(O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted.

Saxony-Anhalt Cup[edit]

Saxony-Anhalt Cup review[edit]

In the Saxony-Anhalt Cup, Magdeburg was drawn to face Kreveser SV in the first round, this is a repeat of last season's second-round pairing which ended with a clear 9-1 victory for then-Regionalliga side.[78]

Saxony-Anhalt Cup results[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss   Postponed

RD Date KickoffA Venue City Opponent ResultB Attendance Goalscorers Ref.
1. FC Magdeburg Opponent
1 9 August 2015 14:00 Sportschule Osterburg Osterburg Kreveser SV 4–1 1,400 Kruschke Goal 13' (pen.)
Brandt Goal 18'
Malone Goal 32'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 76'
Weihrauch Goal 47' (pen.) [79]
2 10 October 2015 14:00 Guts Muths Stadion Magdeburg MSV Börde 3–0 1,500 Handke Goal 15'
Razeek Goal 57'
Sowislo Goal 86'
[80]
3 14 November 2015 14:00 Stadion Volkspark Wittenberg FC Grün-Weiß Piesteritz 8–0 1,051 Kruschke Goal 10'
Beck Goal 30'48'
Hebisch Goal 71'74'82'
Sowislo Goal 87'
Reimann Goal 88'
[81]
QF 26 March 2016 14:00 Stadion am Zoo Halle (Saale) VfL Halle 96 4–0 1,200 Bankert Goal 24'
Kruschke Goal 28'
Altiparmak Goal 86'
Beck Goal 91'
[82]
SF 27 April 2016 18:00 Heinrich Germer Stadium Magdeburg FSV Barleben 5–1 3,347 Hammann Goal 6'43'
Farrona-Pulido Goal 40'
Ernst Goal 45'
Altiparmak Goal 53'
Piele Goal 90' [83]
F 18 May 2016 20:30 Erdgas Sportpark Halle Hallescher FC 1–2 13,297 Malone Goal 88' Osawe Goal 27'
Lindenhahn Goal 77'
[84]

Player information[edit]


As of 19 May 2016

No. Pos Nat Player Total 3. Liga Saxony-Anhalt Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK Germany Matthias Tischer 6 0 2 0 4 0
2 DF Czech Republic Lukáš Nový 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 DF Germany Christopher Handke 33 1 30 0 3 1
4 DF Germany Silvio Bankert 15 1 12 0 3 1
5 DF Germany Felix Schiller 7 0 7 0 0 0
6 MF Germany Jan Löhmannsröben 35 1 32 1 3 0
7 FW Germany Lars Fuchs 20 3 19 3 1 0
8 DF Germany Steffen Puttkammer 29 0 26 0 3 0
9 FW Germany Manuel Farrona-Pulido 33 6 30 4 3 2
10 DF Germany Nico Hammann 15 2 13 0 2 2
11 FW Germany Christian Beck 43 22 38 19 5 3
12 GK Germany Jan Glinker 37 0 36 0 1 0
13 DF United States Ryan Malone 12 4 9 2 3 2
14 MF Germany Niklas Brandt 38 3 33 2 5 1
15 MF Germany Kevin Kruschke 15 3 10 0 5 3
16 DF Germany Nils Butzen 37 0 32 0 5 0
17 MF Poland Marius Sowislo 41 9 35 7 6 2
18 FW Germany Nicolas Hebisch 26 4 21 1 5 3
19 MF Germany Michel Niemeyer 20 2 18 2 2 0
20 MF Germany Ahmed Waseem Razeek 29 3 23 2 6 1
21 DF Germany David Kinsombi 12 0 11 0 1 0
22 MF Canada André Hainault 20 0 18 0 2 0
24 MF Germany Tarek Chahed 36 2 32 2 4 0
25 MF Germany Sebastian Ernst 18 4 15 3 3 1
27 DF Germany Burak Altiparmak 28 3 24 1 4 2
30 GK Germany Lukas Cichos 1 0 0 0 1 0
Players who left the club during the 2015–16 season
10 MF Germany Marcel Schlosser 1 0 1 0 0 0
21 MF Germany Sven Reimann 7 1 4 0 3 1
26 MF Germany Sven Torge Bremer 1 0 0 0 1 0

Notes[edit]

A. ^ ^ ^ Kickoff time in Central European Time/Central European Summer Time.
B. ^ ^ ^ 1. FC Magdeburg goals first.
C. ^ ^ The match against Osnabrück on matchday 7 had to be postponed due to call-ups to national teams.[85]

References[edit]

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