Karlsruher SC is a German football club based in Karlsruhe and they currently play in the 2. Bundesliga where they went through a series of promotion and relegation in the past decade. In terms of honours the club has won the 1909 German Football Championship.
The Karlsruher sport club, often known as KSC or Karlsruhe we formed on 16 October 1952 from the combination of VfB Muehlburg and Phoenix Alemannia. The play their home games at the Wildparkstation in blue shirts with white panels on the sides and white sleeves.
Germany's second-tier club of Karlsruhe unveil their entire kit range for 2016/17 designed by Jako. Karlsruhe prepare for the upcoming 2 [...]
On the back of the 2015-16 home kit, German outfit Karlsruher SC have officially launched their new away and third kits for the 2015-16 season. The all new away shirt includes splashes of royal blue and white paint for a slick and modern look [...]
German sports brand JAKO have resigned with country football club Karlsruher SC to sponsor the club on a four year contract seeing them till the middle on 2019. After ending their contract in 2009, sports manufactures JAKO have agreed to join back with the club signing a four year contract which [...]
German club Karlsruher SC have officially launched their new third kit for the 2014-15 season. Having launched their new away kit back in June this year, Karlsruher have launched a black third kit [...]
Famous names to have played for Karlsruher include Jens Nowotny, Mehmet Scholl, Michael Tarnat and Slaven Bilic. In 1993 the team managed to reach the UEFA Cup semi-finals, the team have never managed to win the Bundesliga and are currently in league two. In their former incarnation the team did win the German football championship in 1909.
In terms of honours the club has won several South German Championships and two German Cup titles in 1955 and 1956.