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SC Preußen Stettin was a German association football club from the city of Stettin, Pomerania Province (today Szczecin, Poland).
The club was formed in 1901 as FC Preußen Stettin and later adopted the name Sport-Club Preußen Stettin and became part of the Verbands Stettiner Ballspiel-Vereine (en: Stettin Football League).
In 1928, the team became Pomeranian champions and earned a second-place result in the subsequent regional Baltic championship, finishing behind VfB Königsberg. That qualified SC for the national championship where they were put out 1:4 in the opening round by Holstein Kiel.
Following the 1933 re-organization of German football under the Third Reich into sixteen top-flight divisions, Stettin joined the western group of the Gauliga Pommern. After a number of mid-table placings they merged with 1. Stettiner Borussia-Poseidon to become SV Borussia-Preußen Stettin, which continued to compete in Gauliga play. The combined side disappeared following World War II when Stettin became part of Poland.
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