Stefan Hickl

Stefan Hickl ( born April 11, 1988 in Frankfurt am Main ) is a German football player.


Stefan Hickl was born in 1988 in Frankfurt. Here he also learned to play football, first at TSG 51, between 2001 and 2003 he played at the corner Heimer district SV Viktoria Preußen. He then moved to city rivals FSV Frankfurt. Since 2006 Hickl plays for the second team Bornheimer, but also regularly featured in the first team squad. Gameday On the 12th of the season 2008/ 09 the defender was a 0-0 draw against 1 FC Nuremberg his debut in the Bundesliga 2. Previously, he had already competed in some games for the first team Bornheimer in the big leagues or Regional in the seasons 2006 / 07 and 2007 /08. But he could neither Tomas Oral yet under his successor Hans -Jürgen Boysen earn a place in the second division squad of FSV, between 2008 and 2011 he came up with 33 second division operations. In the summer of 2011, he finally left the club and moved to third division side Kickers Offenbach. After half a year he returned on January 31, 2012 back to FSV Frankfurt, where he played for the second team in the Regionalliga. After his contract was not renewed in the summer of 2012, Hickl was initially without a club. In December 2012, he was 98 committed by relegation-threatened third division side SV Darmstadt, where he had previously completed a lengthy trial. He signed a contract until the end of June 2013.

For the 2013/14 season Hickel moved to third division FC Viktoria Köln.


With the FSV Frankfurt:

  • Promotion to the Regionalliga Süd: 2006/ 07
  • Promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga: 2007/ 08