SV Warnemünde

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SV Warnemünde
Name Sports Club Warnemünde 1949 e. V.
Club colors Red-White
Founded 23. July 1990
Members 1353[1]
Departments 9
Chairman Siegfried Krüger

Sportverein Warnemünde is a German sports club from Rostock – Warnemünde in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.


The traditional sports club emerged on 23 July 1990 from its predecessor, the BSG Motor Warnowwerft Warnemünde.

Today the following 9 departments

  • (Sports) Acrobatics,
  • Handball,
  • Athletics,
  • Wrestling,
  • Gymnastics,
  • Table tennis
  • Volleyball,
  • Dancing – “Pearls from Big Small”
  • General sports – (senior sports, boxing)


In 1999 the football department, the SV Warnemünde Fußball, was dissolved.

The club has a total of over 1300 members, divided into children, youth and adults.

There are currently about 80 volunteer exercise instructors working in the club.

This makes SV Warnemünde one of the largest clubs in Rostock and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

The SV Warnemünde is a member of the Landessportbund Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Stadtsportbund Rostock.


The volleyball players form the most successful department of SV Warnemünde. The first women’s team and the first men’s team have been playing in the Third League North since 2012. The men’s team achieved promotion to the 2nd German Volleyball Bundesliga in 2017.


The wrestlers of the club competed for years together with the police SV Rostock in a fight community in the wrestling national league. After the relegation in 2009 followed a new formation under the name Küstenringer.

Individual references

  1. Sportverein Warnemünde e. V.In:RostockCity Sports Association. Retrieved 18 August 2010.

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