Everyone in Frankfurt knows that Mainz 05 is a “carnival club” and, with the exception of the 1982 German Amateur Championship, never won a senior title. On the other hand, these facts are little known.
3 times zidan: Well, Mohammed could only be happy in Zidan Mainz. Egypt, along with German champion Borussia Dortmund in 2011, ran in the delightful Bundesliga in Mainz in 2005 on loan from Vader Bremen. He was firmly committed in 2007 before signing for the third time in 2012 after HSV and BVB stations. The most favored crowd scored 29 goals of 47 Bundesliga for FSV.
Novsky – Individuals like Cultz and Kobel: Macedonian Nikolaus Novski holds a professional record of 1. FSV Mainz 05 in the German upper house with 313 Bundesiga games. He is one of the Bundesliga record players along with veterans such as Manny Kultz and Karl-Heinz Kobel. Signed by Erzbirge AU in 2004, the central defender helped shape the team for 14 years.
Honorary Captain: Dimo Veche was promoted to Bundesliga in 2004 with Mainz 05. The goalkeeper, who actually comes from northern Germany, was already present in failed attempts in 1997, 2002 and 2003. Between 1995 and 2010, Wachey made more than 400 competitive games for “zero wives” and was appointed honorary captain of the club as the third player and the first Bundesliga professional on the Mainz team.
First National Player: To wear the jersey of the German national football team 1. The first professional of FSV Mainz 05 was Manuel Friedrich. The central defender made his international debut in the run-up to the domestic World Cup in 2006 and played for Germany a total of 9 times.
To drive away: Kaiserslautern and Mainz would never go together. Upstairs from 4-time German champions Palatinate and Reinheissen, who made a huge jump in popularity with BL Promotions in 2004 and charismatic coach Jürgen Klopp does not like each other and probably never will. On July 3, 2011, Rhineland-Palatinate minister-president, Kurt Beck (SPD), also felt it was based on reciprocity. The sovereign, who frequently and happily emphasizes his relationship 1. FC Kaiserslatern (“I’ve been with the team since childhood”), was whistling so much at the opening of the arena in Mainz that he left early …
Audience minus record: Mainz 05 is not considered the strongest opponent of the away game in the Bundesliga. Viewers of the 1991/92 second division game at SC Freiburg can be counted. On November 17, 1991, only 200 fans won the Sport-Club 2–0 against Renaisson.
Merger that never existed: In the late 1960s, Mainz 05 drowned in the trivialities of the game. Traditional clubs such as 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Vermatia Worms or FK Peermans were far ahead of state capitals in terms of sports and favored the public in the quiet Rhineland-Palatinate. So what to do They had already reached dangerous places in the closing stages of the 1968/69 season, with the later overrated team hibernating from the bottom as the third year. The club thought of merging with an even worse-conditioned neighbor, SpVgg Mainz-Weisenau, which was rejected by SVW members with a clear majority that the 05-member vote was no longer taken. FSV managed to remain in orbit at the end of the season, with Weisenauer being re-established.
Start the record: The 7 Mens’ win in a row, including a 2–1 win at FC Bayern Munich on September 25, 2010, meant that the Bundesliga record was set in the 2010/2011 season. It was on the day of the 8th match that a 0–1 home defeat against HSV halted the Bruchug Boys’ run.
Favorite opponent: 15 wins against the same opponent – this was the club’s best score against 4 clubs – 1. FC Nuremberg, Hannover 96, SC Freiburg and Rochling Vöcklingen were or were Mainz’s favorite opponent …
Highest scorer: Along with Andrzej Voronin, 1. FSV Mainz 05 had only one top scorer in German professional football. The Ukrainian scored a total of 20 goals in the second Bundesliga season 2002/2003 – but once again it was not enough to promote …
Wild Card for Europe: As the winner of the German Fair Play ratings, Mainz 05 was awarded the DFB’s starting place in UEFA Cup qualification at the end of the first Bundesliga season in summer 2005. There Jürgen Klopp’s team failed in the first winning round of Armenia (FK MIKA Shatakarak; 4: 0, 0: 0) and Iceland (KB Keflavík; 2: 0: 2: 0) after victories over the winners of the cup. Finally the winner of Sevilla FC. After a surprisingly 0–0 win at Seville, the Spaniards also decided for the second leg, which was played 2–0, like two home games in the qualifying round at Comerbank-Arena in Frankfurt.