VFB can stand for:

  • voltage feedback, a type of electronic feedback used in conventional operational amplifiers

VfB is a German abbreviation that stands for Verein für Bewegungsspiele or Verein für Ballspiele (equivalent to Ballspiel-Verein) - literally sports/ballgame club, but effectively the same as the more football-specific FC, "Fußballclub" or "football club.

Examples include the following football teams:

  • VfB Stuttgart
  • VfB Lübeck
  • VfB Oldenburg
  • the historical VfB Leipzig

Other articles related to "vfb":

Stefano Celozzi - Club Career - VfB Stuttgart
... Following Karlsruhe's relegation, Celozzi moved to VfB Stuttgart in June 2009 ... On 3 May 2012, VfB Stuttgart announced that the expiring contract of Celozzi would not be extended ...
Sven Ulreich - Career
... he was promoted to the first team of VfB Stuttgart ... On 6 April 2010, Ulreich extended his contract at VfB Stuttgart until the summer of 2013 ... On 20 January 2012 he extended his contract with VfB until June 2017 ...
Landesliga Bayern-Nord - Founding Members
... FC Michelau ATS Kulmbach TSV Gochsheim VfB Rehau Wacker Marktredwitz From the 2nd Amateurliga Unterfranken-West SV Großwallstadt TSV Lohr am Main Frankonia Mechenhard From the 2nd Amateurliga ... Ebersdorf ASV Gaustadt From the 2nd Amateurliga Oberfranken-Ost VfB Bayreuth VfB Arzberg SpVgg Hof The clubs in the two Amateurligas placed seventh or better were admitted to the new Amateurliga Bayern, all ...
Sachsenliga - League Champions
... VFC Plauen 1994-95 Dresdner SC 1995-96 FV Dresden-Nord 1996-97 SV 1919 Grimma 1997-98 VfB Leipzig II 1998-99 VfB Zittau 1999-00 Stahl Riesa 2000-01 FC Oberlausitz Neugersdorf 2001-02 FV ...