Eintracht (German for accord, agreement, harmony, corresponding to Latin concordia) may refer to the following football and sports clubs:


  • FC Eintracht Altona
  • Eintracht Bad Kreuznach
  • FC Eintracht Bamberg
  • Eintracht Baunatal
  • Eintracht 01 Berlin
  • Eintracht Braunschweig
  • TSC Eintracht Dortmund
  • Eintracht Duisburg 1848
  • Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Eintracht Frankfurt Rugby
  • Eintracht Hildesheim
  • Eintracht Mahlsdorf
  • Eintracht Norderstedt
  • Eintracht Nordhorn
  • FC Eintracht Rheine
  • FC Eintracht Schwerin
  • TSV Eintracht Stadtallendorf
  • SV Eintracht Trier 05
  • Eintracht Wetzlar
  • SpVgg Eintracht Glas-Chemie Wirges

Other countries

  • S.C. Eintracht, United States
  • SK Eintracht Wels, Austria

Other articles related to "eintracht":

Alexander Huber (footballer) - Career
... In summer 1999, he was scouted by Eintracht Frankfurt where promoted in 2004 to the first team ... He returned in summer 2006 to Eintracht Frankfurt and played until December 2006 for the team before was transferred to Eintracht Braunschweig ...
Alexander Schur
... Schur played for more than ten years for Eintracht Frankfurt and is a legend from the Eintracht supporters due to his fighting spirit and his club loyalty ... On May 22, 2004 he an Eintracht supporters club, named itself after him, the EFC oldSCHURhand. 2007-08 season as assistant manager of the Eintracht Frankfurt Under-19 team ...
Ali Amiri (Afghan Footballer) - Career
... Amiri began his career with FSV Frankfurt and joined in summer 2000 to Eintracht Frankfurt ... After two years on youthside for Eintracht Frankfurt was 2002 promoted to the reserve team ... He played four years for Eintracht Frankfurt II and signed than in July 2006 for TSG Wörsdorf ...
Armin Kraaz
... His departure from Eintracht was a painful one as after the DFB Cup victory of the Eagles he sat crying on the bench as an unused sub ... In 1996, he joined the Eintracht coaching staff and firstly managed the Under-19 team ... In March 1997, he shortly played for the Eintracht reserves and carried on to manage the Under-19 team ...
Lothar Ulsaß - Career
... Eventually Bundesliga side Eintracht Braunschweig took note of Ulsaß, who had already represented the West German under-23 and amateur national teams and was ... Serving as Eintracht's playmaker, Ulsaß was one of the key players in the team's 1966–67 championship-winning season ... A number of Eintracht Braunschweig players had accepted bonus payments from a third party for a win in their league game against Rot-Weiß Oberhausen, which ...