In the 2013–14 season, ES Sétif is competing in the Ligue 1 for the 44th season, as well as the Algerian Cup. It is their 16th consecutive season in the top flight of Algerian football, they will be competing in the CAF Champions League and Algerian Cup. Updated to match played 9 May 2017Source: Competitions The 2013 Algerian Super Cup is the 7th edition of Algerian Super Cup, competition with only one match organized by the professional Football League and the Algerian Football Federation, which opposes Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 the winner of the Algerian Cup. the competition takes place this season Stade Mustapha Tchaker to Blida For the first time. The meeting therefore opposed ES Sétif 2013-2014 champion of Algeria, the USM Alger, winner of the 2012–13 Algerian Cup; the rules of the game are: the duration of the game is 90 minutes and in case of a tie, a session penalties is performed to separate the teams. Three substitutions are allowed for each team. 2013–14 ES Sétif season at dzfoot.com
Karlsruhe was a Bremen-class frigate of the German Navy. She was the sixth ship of the class to enter service, the fifth ship to serve with one of the navies of Germany to be named after the city of Karlsruhe, in Baden-Württemberg, she is laid up, pending disposal as a trials and target ship. Karlsruhe was laid in March 1981 at the yards of Howaldtswerke and launched on 8 January 1982. After undergoing trials Karlsruhe was commissioned on 19 April 1984. During her career she was based at Wilhelmshaven as part of 4. Fregattengeschwader, forming a component of Einsatzflottille 2. Karlsruhe, in common with the other ships of her class, underwent several refits and upgrades during her time in service. During her service in the Adriatic Sea in the mid-1990s she was temporarily equipped with the Goalkeeper CIWS, an air defence system. In 1995 she received the RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile system, in 1998 was equipped with a new central computer and TRS 3D/32 radar antenna, replacing the DA 08 air and sea surveillance antenna.
With the end of the Cold War the ship's role changed from being convoy protection, submarine hunting, general naval warfare, to include international peacekeeping and intervention missions. After commissioning Karlsruhe participated in several international deployments. From August to December 1993 she was active in the Adriatic Sea as part of NATO's Operation Sharp Guard, the maritime blockade of the former Yugoslavia during the Yugoslav Wars. From February to April 1994 she deployed as part of Operation Southern Cross, the maritime element of Deutscher Unterstützungsverband Somalia, the German component of United Nations Operation in Somalia II. From December 1995 to April 1996 Karlsruhe was once more in service with Operation Sharp Guard. From October 2001 to February 2002 Karlsruhe took part in Operation Active Endeavour, an anti-terrorism mission in the Eastern Mediterranean; this was followed by service in support of Operation Enduring Freedom – Horn of Africa, another anti-terrorism mission, from June to October 2002, again from March to September 2005.
Karlsruhe next deployment was as part of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, from September 2006 to March 2007, followed by service in the Mediterranean and Middle East with Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 in 2008. Karlsruhe took part in several deployments with Operation Atalanta, the EU's anti-piracy mission off the Horn of Africa; the first was from December 2008 to February 2009, followed by a second from August to December 2009, with a third and final deployment from November 2012 to April 2013. From March to June 2016 Karlsruhe was part of Operation Sophia in the Mediterranean, during which time she rescued a total of 663 people from shipwrecks and other maritime incidents, her final deployment was from June to September 2016, as flagship of Standing NATO Maritime Group 2. She handed over this duty to the Dutch frigate HNLMS De Ruyter on 1 September 2016. Karlsruhe returned to Wilhelmshaven on 16 December 2016. Karlsruhe was decommissioned on 16 June 2017 and handed over to Wehrtechnische Dienststelle 71, the navy's technical weapons research division, for use as a trial and target ship.
After being fitted with sensors, she is slated for disposal in 2018 in a series of tests to determine the effects of various munitions and weapons those used in asymmetric warfare, such as smaller weapons and rockets used by terrorist and pirate groups in attacks. As of April 2018 Karlsruhe is moored at the naval arsenal in Kiel