Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2018-2019Energie Cottbusde GER3. 3. Liga17th38129175158-7457,518Streli Mamba - 11Avdo SpahićRelegated
2015-2016Energie Cottbusde GER3. 3. Liga19th38914153252-20417,781Richard Sukuta-Pasu - 10Daniel LückRelegated
2014-2015Energie Cottbusde GER3. 3. Liga7th3815111250500567,523Tim Kleindienst - 13Kevin Müller
2013-2014Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga18th3467213559-24259,647Boubacar Sanogo - 10Robert AlmerRelegated
2012-2013Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga8th341212104136+54810,406Boubacar Sanogo - 15Thorsten Kirschbaum
2011-2012Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga14th34811153049-193511,272Dimitar Rangelov - 12Thorsten Kirschbaum
2010-2011Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga6th34167116552+135511,407Nils Petersen - 25Thorsten Kirschbaum
2009-2010Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga9th34138135549+64710,000Emil Jula - 12Gerhard Tremmel
2008-2009Energie Cottbusde GER1. Bundesliga16th3486203057-273020,671Dimitar Rangelov - 9Gerhard Tremmel→ German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
2007-2008Energie Cottbusde GER1. Bundesliga14th3499163556-213618,929Ervin Skela - 7Gerhard Tremmel
2006-2007Energie Cottbusde GER1. Bundesliga13th34118153849-114117,999Sergiu Radu - 14Tomislav Piplica
2005-2006Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga3rd34161084933+165811,183Sergiu Radu - 12Tomislav PiplicaPromoted
2004-2005Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga14th34109153548-133910,166Youssef Mokhtari - 8Tomislav Piplica
2003-2004Energie Cottbusde GER2. 2. Bundesliga4th34159105244+85411,877Laurențiu Reghecampf, Santiago Silva - 9Georg Koch
2002-2003Energie Cottbusde GER1. Bundesliga18th3479183464-303013,144Marko Topić - 6André LenzRelegated
2001-2002Energie Cottbusde GER1. Bundesliga13th3498173660-243516,402Marko Topić - 7Tomislav Piplica
2000-2001Energie Cottbusde GER1. Bundesliga14th34123193852-143916,445Vasile Miriuță - 11Tomislav Piplica

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