About SC Paderborn 07
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  • Name: SC Paderborn 07
  • City: Paderborn
  • Home Stadium: Energieteam Arena
  • Established Date: 1985
  • Coach: Steffen Baumgart
SC Paderborn 07 Fixtures
German Bundesliga 2
St. Pauli
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SC Paderborn 07 Player
# Name Position
39
Sebastian Vasiliadis Central Midfield
 
Rifet Kapic Central Midfield
1
Moritz Schulze Goalkeeper
17
Leopold Zingerle Goalkeeper
21
Jannik Huth Goalkeeper
34
Leon Bruggemeier Goalkeeper
40
Michele Cordi Goalkeeper
6
Aristote Nkaka Bazunga Defender
12
Jesse Tugbenyo Midfielder
27
Chris Fuhrich Midfielder
8
Ron Schallenberg Forward
16
Johannes Dorfler Forward
20
Pascal Steinwender Forward
5
Chadrac Akolo Right Wing
9
Kai Proger Right Wing
20
Marco Terrazzino Left Wing
24
Marcel Heller Right Midfield
31
Svante Ingelsson Right Midfield
22
Christopher Antwi-Adjej Left Midfield
7
Marlon Ritter Attacking Midfield
10
Julian Justvan Attacking Midfield
14
Adrian Oeynhausen Defensive Midfield
23
Maximilian Thalhammer Defensive Midfield
 
Dominik Bilogrevic Defensive Midfield
 
Soufian El-Faouzi Defensive Midfield
3
Frederic Ananou Right Back
29
Jamilu Collins Left Back
36
Chima Chima Okoroji Left Back
2
Uwe Hunemeier Centre Back
4
Jan-Luca Rumpf Centre Back
13
Sebastian Schonlau Centre Back
14
Nicolas Burgy Centre Back
25
Marcel Correia Centre Back
7
Prince Prince Owusu Centre Forward
11
Sven Michel Centre Forward
18
Dennis Srbeny Centre Forward
 
Steffen Baumgart Coach
Sport-Club Paderborn 07 e.V., commonly known as simply SC Paderborn 07 or SC Paderborn, is a German association football club based in Paderborn, North Rhine-Westphalia. The club has enjoyed its greatest successes since the turn of the millennium, becoming a fixture in the 2. Bundesliga before finally earning promotion to the Bundesliga in the 2013–14 season. They suffered a hasty fall from grace, however, being relegated to the 2. Bundesliga after only a season in the top division, and then again to the 3. Liga the season after. The club reached 2nd place in the 2018–19 season and was promoted to the Bundesliga.