SVWW has gone through various different stages since its foundation in 1926, even advancing from a small-town league to the professional ranks during the early years of the millennium. The club has always been characterised by a sense of duality: 2 perspectives, 2 constellations, that are united with each other. The significance of the number 2 and the duality of SVWW is no coincidence: Founded in the 20s. Two-city structure. Twice moved up to the 2nd Bundesliga to date. 2 main locations for the club - the training centre in Taunusstein-Wehen and the BRITA Arena in Wiesbaden. The 2 careers of our very own Alf Mintzel - on the pitch and now in marketing. This dual perspective is evident too in the club coat of arms - with its 2 Ws.
Each instance of duality is about acting in partnership and combining both perspectives with a sense of proportion. Each element is supported by the other and they are of equal importance. This approach is reflected throughout our club - because: As SVWW, not only do we combine Taunusstein with Wiesbaden and old with young, but also business with humanity and growth with sustainability.
Our aim is always to achieve a sustainable balance between opposites in a fast-paced, anonymising era: Through, with and in football.
In doing this, we concentrate on four core areas: Location, society, sport, economy. SVWW underpins this balanced approach with its unambiguous brand promise: Das W vereint.