1910 German football championship

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1910 German championship final
Event German football championship
After extra time
Date 15 May 1910
Venue KFC 1899-Platz im Weidenpescher Park, Köln
Referee Max Grafe
Attendance 5,000
1909
1911

Statistics of German football championship in the 1909–1910 season.

Overview[edit]

Karlsruher FV won the championship.

Preliminary[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Final[edit]

15 May 1910
Karlsruher FV 1 – 0 (a.e.t.) Holstein Kiel
Breunig Goal 114' (pen.)
KFC 1899-Platz im Weidenpescher Park, Köln
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Grafe
KARLSRUHER FV
' German Empire Adolf Dell
' German Empire Max Breunig
' German Empire Curt Hüber
' German Empire Ernst Hollstein
' German Empire Hermann Bosch
' German Empire Max Schwarze
' German Empire Hans Ruzek
' German Empire Julius Hirsch
' German Empire Fritz Tscherter
' German Empire Gottfried Fuchs
' German Empire Fritz Förderer
Manager:
England William Townley
HOLSTEIN KIEL
' German Empire Willi Friese
' German Empire Alfred Werner
' German Empire Karl Rempka
' German Empire Hans Reese
' German Empire Hans Dehning
' German Empire Paul Lenhardt
' German Empire Georg Krogmann
' German Empire Willi Fick
' German Empire Helmut Bork
' German Empire Willi Zincke
' German Empire Carl Lafferenz
Manager:

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