VfB Homberg is a sport association with around 1,000 members from the district of Duisburg Homberg.
VfB Homberg originated in 1969 from a merger between the SV and Homberger SpVgg heathland. Though founded in the year the oldest predecessor association was founded in 1889, is determined.
The Player of the Game Homberger club had their heyday in the 1920s and 1930s, when they played in the West German Gauliga Lower Rhine. Another highlight succeeded in 1953, when the HSV moved into the final of the German Amateur Championship and here in front of 30,000 spectators in the stadium Wuppertal defeated by the SSG 09 Bergisch Gladbach 2:3. In 1964 the club promoted to the Regionalliga West, however suffered relegation after just one year.
After the merger of the clubs in 1969, VfB Homberg could establish itself in the higher-class amateur football and played after the introduction of 3.Liga in the Lower Rhine League (Association Football League Niederrhein).
In 2010, VfB Homberg master of the Lower Rhine league and entered the season 2010/11 in the NRW-Liga. Since the 2012/13 season Homberg plays in the Oberliga fünftklassigen Lower Rhine.
Placements since 1969
- Rise Oberliga Nordrhein 1990
- Rise Oberliga Nordrhein 2005 ( decision match against FV Bad Honnef 4-2 in Cologne- Hürth on June 3, 2005)
- Master of the Lower Rhine League in 2010 and the simultaneous rise in the NRW-Liga
VfB Homberg plays its home matches at the PCC stadium. The 3,000- capacity stadium has a covered grandstand with 900 seats. The PCC stadium is also the venue of the woman Bundesliga Team of the FCR 2001 Duisburg.