96 trainer -Juni Diethelm Ferner , 1. Die Billard-Abteilung wurde gegründet. Noah Joel Sarenren Bazee. Der VfL Wolfsburg , eigentlich der geographisch nächstgelegene Bundesligaverein, wird von den meisten Fans aufgrund der geringen Tradition von Stadt und Club und des kleinen und einseitig auf dem VW-Konzern aufbauenden Umfelds als nicht rivalitätsfähig angesehen und eher ignoriert. Bereits im ersten Bundesligajahr seit dem Wiederaufstieg musste Hannover 96 als Tabellensechzehnter in die Zweite Bundesliga zurück. Zwei Jahre später musste die Mannschaft wieder absteigen. Erstmals seit dem Wiederaufstieg geriet Hannover 96 nicht in den Abstiegskampf.
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Hannover 96 was founded in Hannover's stadium is the HDI-Arena. Hannover 96 has a major rivalry with Eintracht Braunschweig.
Most of the membership of Germania Hannover became part of 96 in , while others of the club formed Hannoverscher Ballspielverein.
Hannoverscher FC's colours were black-white-green, but they played in blue, while BV played in red. The newly united team kept black-white-green as the club colours, but they chose to take to the field in red, giving the team the nickname Die Roten "The Reds".
The team's third jersey is in the club's official colours. The club made regular appearances in the national playoffs through the early s, but was unable to progress past Eintracht Braunschweig , planting the seeds of a rivalry that has survived to this day.
HSV continued to field strong sides and make national level appearances on into the s. Under the Third Reich , German football was re-organized into 16 top-flight leagues in and Hannover became part of the Gauliga Niedersachsen.
They appeared in the country's final rounds in and sent representatives to the national side the next year. They won their first national championship in in what was one of the biggest upsets in German football history when they beat Schalke 04 , the most dominant side in the country in the era.
The two sides played to a 3—3 draw before Hannover prevailed 4—3 in a tension-filled re-match. In , the team moved to the newly formed Gauliga Braunschweig-Südhannover.
A combined local side was assembled in August and the next month a mixed group of players from Hannover 96 and Arminia Hannover played their first post-war match against a British military team.
HSV was later formally re-established as Hannoverscher SV on 11 November before re-adopting its traditional name on 27 April The club resumed league play in in the first division Oberliga Nord and was relegated, but quickly returned to the top-flight in Hannover 96's next appearance in a national final would not come until when they soundly defeated 1.
The beaten side included five of the same players who would go on later that year to win Germany's first World Cup in a surprise victory known as the Miracle of Bern.
In , the Bundesliga , Germany's new professional football league, began play with 16 of the nation's top teams.
Hannover played in the Regionalliga Nord II that season, but earned promotion to the senior circuit in the following year.
The club's advance to the Bundesliga in was well received as they set a league attendance record in their first year, averaging 46, spectators a game.
They bounced right back, but were again sent down, this time to spend 17 of the next 20 years in the second tier. The club suffered from financial problems in the late s and again in the early s.
Then, in , Hannover put together an impressive run that would lead them to the capture of their first DFB-Pokal and help to set their finances right.
Hero for the cupwinners was goalkeeper Jörg Sievers , who made two saves when the semi-final match went to penalties and then scored the winner in his own turn at the spot.
In the cup final, he again made two saves when that match was also decided on penalties. Hannover made a fresh start with a new team of hungry youngsters, many of whom went on to play for the national team, such as Gerald Asamoah , Sebastian Kehl and Fabian Ernst , or impress in the Bundesliga.
Since their promotion, the club have consolidated in the top flight, achieving a string of mid-table finishes under the command of several managers.
Coach Dieter Hecking was brought in just weeks into the —07 season after a disastrous start under Peter Neururer , in which the club lost the first three matches by a combined 11 goals.
The —08 season showed some early promise with impressive pre-season wins over Rangers and Real Madrid. However, they earned mixed results in their opening six Bundesliga matches.
The team then put together a three match winning run, capped by a 2—0 win at champions VfB Stuttgart , to surge into the top six.
Following the winter break, Hannover slipped after putting forth some disappointing performances which they turned around to be defeated only two times in their last 11 matches of the season.
This secured a points record of 49 for Die Roten in the Bundesliga, thus ending them in eighth place.
The —09 season started undesirably for Hannover with losses. However, it looked to have been rectified with a 5—1 thrashing of Borussia Mönchengladbach, a shock 1—0 win over Bayern Munich at home, which had not occurred for 20 years, and a thrilling 3—0 victory over Hamburger SV.
Hannover settled in the lower-mid-table until the winter break. The second half of the season consisted of inconsistent results, relying almost entirely on home form to keep Hannover in the top league.
The club finally achieved an away win with a few games remaining which boosted them from trouble and stabilized them, leading to an 11th-place finish.
The season was one of inconsistent form and long injuries to key players. The —10 season was launched with new optimism with a new kit being released which included traditional away and alternative kits.
Hannover also signed a new technical director in Jörg Schmadtke , who brought a new perspective to the club.
The season started undesirably with a late 1—0 loss to Hertha BSC and a disappointing home draw to Mainz 05 , after which coach Dieter Hecking resigned voluntarily.
He was succeeded by former assistant Andreas Bergmann. As the season continued, once again Hannover had many key players injured, including the majority of attacking players and key defenders, as well as the shocking and tragic suicide of German international goalkeeper Robert Enke.
Andreas Bergmann was removed as coach and replaced by Mirko Slomka shortly after the winter break. Hannover 96 spent the majority of the year in the relegation zone, and with a few wins in the last games of the season, Hannover had to win and hope results went their way for them.
In the —11 season , Hannover surprised everybody by finishing in a record-high fourth place, qualifying for Europe for the first time in 19 years.
In —12 , the team opened with a 2—1 win over Hoffenheim , followed by a 2—1 away win against 1. In the play-offs to the Europa League , Hannover won against Sevilla 3—2 on aggregate to reach the group stage.
Shortly before the end of the —12 season, Hannover Technical Cirector Jörg Schmadtke resigned due to family issues. It had been speculated that Schmadtke would join 1.