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  • As the association grew to include departments for other sports it became Turn- und Sportverein Dorner.
  • It disappeared in early 1948 when it broke up into several other clubs including Turn- und Sportverein Bietigheim.
  • The club with the most members in Jettenbach is the Turn- und Sportverein Jettenbach (sport club).
  • The village's sportsmen joined together in 1906 to form the Turn- und Sportverein (gymnastic and sport club).
  • The TSV (Turn- und Sportverein, that is, gymnastic and sport club) Niederweimar has its own team.
  • With the formation of an athletics department in 1930 came the adoption of the name Turn- und Sportverein Mechtersheim.
  • The club was broken up as politically undesirable under the Nazi regime and the membership became part of Turn- und Sportverein Kottern as that association's football department.
  • In 1934, all sports clubs in Ahaus were merged into a single side called Turn- und Sportverein 1892 Ahaus.
  • It was established in 1895 as the gymnastics and sports club Turn- und Sportverein Crumbach and formed a football department in 1924.
  • Successor Spiel- und Sportverein Rotthausen was short-lived and merged with 1.
  • The association was re-established in January 1946, but, not allowed its old identity by authorities, was known briefly as Tennis- und Sportverein Mayen, then 1.
  • The Turn- und Sportverein 1897 e.V. Flomborn (gymnastic and sport club) is the locally resident sport and football club.
  • The club was established 19 May 1927 as the gymnastics club Turn- und Sportverein Ampfing and first formed a football department in 1931.
  • In 1994, a new basketball program was found in the "Turn- und Sportverein (TuS) Jena".
  • Spiel- und Sportverein Illerberg/Thal 1948 e. V. includes association football, gymnastics, skiing, tennis and bowling amongst other sports.
  • It was established in 1935 as Turn- und Sportverein Rhynern, but disappeared after two years when, like many other clubs, it was caught up in the politically motivated sports policies of the Nazi regime.
  • The club was renamed Turn- und Sportverein Arsten in 1952 and the following year became part of the Amateurliga Bremen (II) where they would compete as a lower table side until being sent down in 1957.
  • Also the club was only formed in 1919, it was predated by the Turn- und Sportverein Fortuna, which was formed in 1909 and dissolved during the difficult years of the First World War.
  • It was established as the gymnastics club Turn- und Sportverein Altenholz on 1 May 1948 and did not form a football department until nearly two decades later on 29 June 1965.
  • SV was founded in 1921 as Arbeiter Turn- und Sportverein Kirchbauna and was one of the many worker's clubs that disappeared under the Third Reich.
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