TSV Vestenbergsgreuth

The TSV Vestenbergsgreuth is a German association football club from the village of Vestenbergsgreuth, Bavaria. From 1996 to 2007, the club did not field a team due to a merger with SpVgg Fürth, but has since returned to competitive football as a separate side.

TSV is best known for its 1–0 victory over FC Bayern Munich in the opening round of the 1994–95 DFB-Pokal, which eliminated that club from Cup play just three months after they had claimed the Bundesliga title.

Read more about TSV Vestenbergsgreuth:  Honours, Managers, Chairmen, Nicknames, Support, TSV Vestenbergsgreuth Seasons, DFB-Pokal Appearances

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