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Twenty year old South Korean Young-Jae Seo has joined HSV after agreeing terms on a deal which will keep him at the Volksparkstadion until June 30th 2018. More
Korean talent Young-Jae Seo joins HSV
Petr Jiracek has left HSV to join Sparta Prague on a four year deal, the club announced today. More
Petr Jiracek to Sparta Prague
Rothosen coach Bruno Labbadia appeared on a sport programme on German TV on Sunday evening to talk about the dramatic 3-2 home win over VfB Stuttgart amongst other things. More
"We have great unity"
Matchday 2 reaction23.08.2015
In an intensively exciting game which went down to the wire, HSV edged out VfB Stuttgart 3-2, as football returned to the newly-renamed Volksparkstadion on Bundesliga matchday 2. HSV gathered the following comment after the full time whistle. More
"We fought a great fight"
Matchday 2 report22.08.2015
HSV beat VfB Stuttgart 3-2 in a game low on class but high on drama. After going behind twice, the Rothosen battled their way to victory through goals by Ivo Ilicevic, Pierre-Michel Lasogga and Johan Djourou. More
Opening Volkspark win: HSV beat VfB Stuttgart 3-2!
Matchday 2 preview21.08.2015
HSV host VfB Stuttgart in their first home game of the 2015/16 Bundesliga season on Saturday evening (22.08.15, 6.30 pm). For the first time since 2001, the Rothosen will play in their stadium under the new/old name of Volksparkstadion. More
Bring on the first game at the Volkspark!
New signing Gotoku Sakai can play at left as well as right back. That kind of flexibility is helping him to settle down in Hamburg too. More
Gotoku Sakai: Mr. Flexibility
Despite losing 0-5 in Munich on Friday night, it was not all doom and gloom in the Rothosen camp. Youngster Gideon Jung made his debut and showed star-studded Bayern little respect. More
Gideon Jung: Baptism of fire in Munich!
Post-match reaction16.08.2015
Bayern were simply too good for the Rothosen as the new Bundesliga season got underway in Munich on Friday night. After the 0-5 defeat HSV can only learn from the experience and look ahead to their next game. More
"Bayern not our measuring stick"
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Rk. Team Played +/- Pts.
1.  Borussia Dortmund 3 11: 1 9
2.  FC Bayern München 3 10: 1 9
3.  VfL Wolfsburg 3 6: 2 7
4.  1. FC Köln 3 6: 3 7
5.  1. FSV Mainz 05 3 5: 2 6
6.  Bayer 04 Leverkusen 3 3: 4 6
7.  FC Ingolstadt 04 3 2: 4 6
8.  Eintracht Frankfurt 3 6: 4 4
9.  FC Schalke 04 3 4: 4 4
10.  Hertha BSC 3 3: 4 4
11.  SV Werder Bremen 3 3: 5 4
12.  SV Darmstadt 98 3 3: 3 3
13.  Hamburger SV 3 4: 9 3
14.  TSG Hoffenheim 3 2: 4 1
15.  FC Augsburg 3 1: 3 1
16.  Hannover 96 3 2: 6 1
17.  VfB Stuttgart 3 4: 10 0
18.  Borussia M'gladbach 3 2: 8 0
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