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  • Special exhibition “125 Years of VfB Stuttgart”.
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    On the move since 1893.

    The special exhibition on 125 years of VfB Stuttgart from 9 September 2018 at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

125 years of VfB Stuttgart.

VfB Stuttgart is taking the occasion of its 125th anniversary to celebrate together with its members and fans at various events. Especially the 9th of September 2018 – the 125th anniversary of the founding of FV Stuttgart in 1893 – is a date to mark in red and white in your calendar: on the birthday of VfB, all VfB fans can look forward to a very special event that will leave a decisive mark on the anniversary season.


Ever-present at major VfB triumphs in the 1950s: Robert Schlienz and Karl Bögelein in a Mercedes-Benz 220 Cabriolet B are suitably feted in the triumphal procession after winning the German Championship in 1952.

Ever-present at major VfB triumphs in the 1950s: Robert Schlienz and Karl Bögelein in a Mercedes-Benz 220 Cabriolet B are suitably feted in the triumphal procession after winning the German Championship in 1952.


Highly acclaimed: the winning of the first Bundesliga German Championship was fittingly celebrated in 1984 by VfB President Gerhard Mayer-Vorfelder between the Förster brothers in a Mercedes-Benz 500 SL.

Highly acclaimed: the winning of the first Bundesliga German Championship was fittingly celebrated in 1984 by VfB President Gerhard Mayer-Vorfelder between the Förster brothers in a Mercedes-Benz 500 SL.


Special exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum.

As the main platform of the festivities to mark its 125th anniversary, VfB in cooperation with the Mercedes-Benz Museum will open the special exhibition “125 Years of VfB Stuttgart” on 9 September 2018. The unique surroundings of the Museum will offer an opportunity to experience the eventful history and memorable past of VfB. Situated in the direct vicinity of the red & white club grounds, the Mercedes-Benz Museum will therefore become a meeting point for all VfB fans from 9 September 2018 until 2 April 2019, the date on which the two predecessor clubs merged to form VfB.