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In , HSV won the first edition of the DFB-Ligapokal , beating Borussia Mönchengladbach 4—0 in the final. FC Kaiserslautern 2—0 to win the trophy for the second time in the club's history.
This was then bettered in —76 with a second-place finish. Keegan's first season at the club saw the team slip to a disappointing tenth place, however, the player himself was named European Footballer of the Year.
In , Branko Zebec was appointed trainer of HSV. In the —80 season , HSV returned to the European Cup for the first time since — As had happened 19 years ago, HSV faced Spanish opposition in the semi-finals.
In December , HSV dismissed Zebec, who had been struggling with a drinking problem. In , Austrian coach Ernst Happel was appointed as Zebec's permanent replacement.
Between 16 January and 29 January , HSV went undefeated in the Bundesliga. The run stretched across 36 games and remained a Bundesliga record until November , when it was broken by Bayern Munich.
A third Meisterschale followed at the end of the —83 season , with HSV defending their title against local rivals Werder Bremen on goal difference. The Brazilian club took home the trophy with a 93rd minute winning goal.
Both —85 and —86 were disappointing seasons for HSV with the club finishing fifth and seventh respectively.
In , midfielder Felix Magath , who had played for the club for ten years and scored the winning goal in the European Cup Final , retired from professional football.
In —87 , HSV finished second in the Bundesliga and won a fourth DFB-Pokal , beating Stuttgarter Kickers 3—1 in the final at West Berlin 's Olympiastadion.
He remains HSV's most successful trainer with two Bundesliga titles , one DFB-Pokal and one European Cup. In the early s, HSV found itself in financial trouble.
After a fifth-place finish in —91 , HSV finished in the bottom half of the Bundesliga in four consecutive seasons. In October , Felix Magath returned to HSV to become the club's trainer.
The following month, Uwe Seeler also returned as the club president. The following season , HSV reached the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal.
In May , however, Magath was fired after a 4—0 defeat to 1. FC Köln with the team one place above the relegation zone. In , HSV appointed Frank Pagelsdorf , who would coach the team for over four years, making him the longest serving trainer since Ernst Happel.
A ninth-place finish in —98 was followed by seventh in —99 and third in — ,  the team's best performance since — On 2 September , the new Volksparkstadion was officially opened as the national team played its first FIFA World Cup qualifier , against Greece.
In —01, HSV competed in the UEFA Champions League for the first time since the competition's expansion from the old European Cup. In July , HSV won its first trophy in 16 years with a 4—2 defeat of Borussia Dortmund in the DFB-Ligapokal final.
In August , HSV was upset in the early rounds of the DFB-Pokal by regional league side SC Paderborn.
The resulting scandal became the biggest in German football in over 30 years, and was an embarrassment to the country as it prepared to host the World Cup.
Another third-place finish in —06 saw HSV qualify for the Champions League for the second time. In the league, the team was in 17th place going into the winter break,  having won once in the league all season , leading to the dismissal of trainer Thomas Doll.
Under new coach Bruno Labbadia , HSV reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup now renamed the UEFA Europa League for the second season in a row.
However, a defeat in the away leg to Fulham days after the firing of Labbadia  denied the club the opportunity to play in the final , which was held at its home stadium.
On 13 October , Thorsten Fink was appointed as coach  with the team in the relegation zone after losing six of their opening eight matches.
In HSV's first nine games under Fink they were unbeaten, going into the winter break in 13th place. In —13 , HSV recorded a much improved seventh-place finish, in large part due to Heung-min Son 's ability to score crucial goals.
During the season , however, the team equaled the club's record Bundesliga defeat, losing 9—2 at the Allianz Arena to Bayern Munich.
Fink was replaced on 25 September by Bert van Marwijk ,  who in the same season was replaced by Mirko Slomka on 17 February Under Slomka, the club narrowly avoided its first ever relegation from the Bundesliga in May by defeating Greuther Fürth on the away goals rule in a play-off.
Eventually in the next season Hamburg once again changed managers due to a poor start of the season firing Slomka on 15 September.
His successor Josef Zinnbauer held the job up until 22 March and was replaced by interim coach Peter Knäbel. Labbadia achieved only two points in the first ten games of the —17 season and was replaced by Markus Gisdol who had a shaky start but managed to get 20 points in 9 games from the 19th match day to the 28th match day.
On the last match day, Hamburg avoided the relegation play-offs and stayed in the Bundesliga. In the —18 Bundesliga , after a 3—1 defeat in the first round of DFB-Pokal against the third-division team VfL Osnabrück , HSV managed at least in the Bundesliga a positive start of the season with two wins against FC Augsburg and 1.
FC Köln. However, eight games followed without a single win. At the end of the first half of the season, HSV was in second last place in the table.
After two defeats in the first two games of the second half, coach Markus Gisdol was dismissed. HSV hired Bernd Hollerbach , a former player of the club, as a new coach.
After seven games without a win and a 6—0 defeat against FC Bayern Munich , he was also dismissed. A few days before the game against Bayern, the club announced the dismissal of CEO Heribert Bruchhagen.
Frank Wettstein, CFO of the club, has been appointed as the new CEO. On the day of his appointment, he dismissed the sports director Jens Todt.
The club hired former successful HSV player Thomas von Heesen as a sports consultant until the end of season. He should take over a part of the duties for the dismissed Jens Todt.
For the last eight games in the —18 Bundesliga, the club promoted the coach of Hamburger SV II: Christian Titz. Until then, he was very successful in the Regionalliga Nord fourth league and was with his team at the top of the table.
With four wins and an offensively minded style of play, the coach convinced the club and received a two-year contract. After the disastrous season in the —18 Bundesliga under three different coaches, a final day win over Borussia Mönchengladbach was not enough to escape relegation after Wolfsburg won against Köln.
Bundesliga for the first time in the Bundesliga's year history. Hamburger SV plays its home games in the Volksparkstadion , which was previously known as the Imtech Arena between and The first Volksparkstadion had been a venue for the World Cup and UEFA Euro The Volksparkstadion is a UEFA category one stadium, which certifies it to host UEFA Europa League and UEFA Champions League finals.
The stadium was the site of four group matches and a quarter-final in the past World Cup , hosted by Germany, and was known as FIFA World Cup Stadium Hamburg during the event.
It was also the venue for the UEFA Europa League Final. HSV fans can be buried at a dedicated graveyard near the home stadium, covered in turf from the original Hamburg pitch.
HSV contests the Nordderby with fellow Northern Germany side Werder Bremen. In Spring , HSV faced Werder four times in only three weeks, and Werder defeated HSV in the UEFA-Cup semi-final, as well as in the DFB-Pokal semi-final.
Many HSV fans see this as the origin of the club's decline from to the relegation year Furthermore, HSV shares a cross-town rivalry with FC St.
When, after seven years in different leagues, the game HSV against FC St. Pauli came back again, there were already several weeks before the game disputes of both fan groups.
It started when about HSV fans interrupt a St. Pauli concert because it took place on the "HSV-side" of the Reeperbahn. After fans of FC St.
Pauli attacked HSV fans working on a choreography for the game and destroyed parts of it, some HSV fans threatened them by hanging figures in the colours of the rival at several bridges throughout the city.
In addition, one day later there was a march of about 80 HSV-Ultras across the Reeperbahn , where insulting chants against St.
Pauli were screamed. In the hours leading up to first 2. Bundesliga Hamburg Derby on 10 March at the Millerntor-Stadion , the supporters groups of both teams were escorted by the Hamburg police to avoid conflict.
Pauli at the Millerntor-Stadion , the first time HSV had won at the stadium in the St. Pauli quarter since In response to Benedikt Pliquett 's celebratory kick of HSV's corner flag at the Volksparkstadion in , Tom Mickel mimicked Pliquett with a "Kung-Fu Kick" of his own, according to MOPO.
HSV have an affinity with Scottish club Rangers. HSV fans unfurl their club logo at Rangers' away European matches.
The link between Rangers and Hamburg dates back to when the Hamburg Rangers Supporters' Club was set up by HSV fans who had visited Rangers matches before and were thrilled by the atmosphere at Ibrox.
The links were further strengthened when Rangers signed Jörg Albertz from Hamburg. In the derby against St. Pauli in the season —19 about — fans of the Scottish club traveled to Hamburg to support HSV.
The friendship between Celtic and Hamburg's rivals FC St. Pauli has no influence on this friendship, however.
Nevertheless, the HSV fans sent a provocation towards Celtic, when they clashed in the Europa League in They showed a Union Jack , bearing the words "No Surrender", as a big choreography in the stadium.
HSV have a friendship bond with Hannover 96 due to both being known by the abbreviation "HSV".
Their meetings involve the visitors' club song to be played, and fans chanting HSV from each end of the stadium. Chants about local rivals St.
Bundesliga, we're on our way. Play was stopped for several minutes in stoppage time after some fans threw pyrotechnics on the field.
A small group of HSV fans started throwing pyrotechnic devices towards the pitch, causing the match to be stopped. It felt like a complete distortion of the fans' reaction from minutes beforehand.
The majority of Hamburg's support, however, made sure that their club will earn their dignity and respect that were seemingly hurt by the actions of a few.
Hamburg's different fan groups were not willing to let that ruin their final goodbye from the Bundesliga. And that was it. The clock has officially stopped, and Hamburg will play in the 2.
Bundesliga next season. The fans have certainly showed that they're behind their club, even "when times are often hard. Few footballers enjoyed the unconditional love of the HSV fans the way Rafael van der Vaart did.
The Dutchman first touched down on the Hanseatic shores in and played an integral role in clinching European qualification in all three seasons of his first stint at the club.
The second came after he'd spent time on the books at Real Madrid and Tottenham - when Hamburg were desperate for heroics.
Like van der Vaart, Kevin Keegan was also brought in during a time of need when the club stumped up a substantial sum to sign him from Liverpool in A rocky start that saw him banned for eight weeks after knocking out an opponent soon gave way to strong form and success.
David Jarolim took to the field times in all competitions during a nine-year spell in the northern port city - more than any other non-German player.
The Czech international joined in and experienced both highs and lows at the club. Not many footballers can claim to have a street named after them.