Energie Cottbus are a German football club based in Cottbus and they play their home games wearing red and white home shirts. Their home shirts are similar to English club Arsenal and they currently play in the 2. Bundesliga. The club have never won a major German titles but they were runners-up in the DFB-Pokal losing to VfB Stuttgart in the final.
FC Energie Cottbus is a German football club founded on 31st January 1966, and since then they became FLB Cup winners in 1995/96/97/98/2001, champions of the Northeast Regional League in 1996/97 and DFB-Pokal finalists in 1997.
Energie Cottbus is a German club from the city of Cottbus in Brandenburg [...]
Earlier, German side Energie Cottbus revealed their new home kit, seen here [...]
Earlier this year, German side Energie Cottbus released three possible designs for their next home kit and asked fans to vote for their prefered choice (seen here) [...]
FC Energie Cottbus was founded in 1966 in Cottbus, East Germany [...]
Club, whose nicknames are Energie and Die Lausitzer, was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga in 1997 and then to the First Division Bundesliga in 2000. After three years in Bundesliga, they were relegated back to the 2nd Bundesliga, but managed to win a promotion to the First Division in 2006/07 season.
Home matches are played at Stadion der Freundschaft in Cottbus, which has the capacity of 22,450. Energie Cottbus has a total of 57 fan clubs, which count 1064 members.