1932 German football championship

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1931–32 German championship final
Event German football championship
Date 12 June 1932
Venue Städtisches Stadion, Nuremberg
Referee Alfred Birlem
Attendance 55,000
1931
1933

The 25th German football championship ended with the first national title for FC Bayern Munich. The title was won with a 2–0 over Eintracht Frankfurt. It was a replay of the Southern German championship final, in which Eintracht had defeated Bayern 2-0 on 24 April 1932.[1]

For both clubs it was their first appearance in the German final. While Bayern, the winner, never appeared in another one, Eintracht made up for the 1932 loss by winning the 1959 final.[2]

To qualify for the national championship, a team needed to win or finish runners-up in one of the seven regional championships. On top of those 14 clubs, the two strongest regions, West and South were allowed to send a third team each. In the West, this was the local cup winner while in the South, the third placed team of the championship received this place.

Qualified teams[edit]

Club Qualified as
SV Hindenburg Allenstein Baltic champions
Viktoria Stolp Baltic runners-up
Beuthener SuSV South Eastern German champions
Breslauer SC 08 South Eastern German runners-up
Tennis Borussia Berlin Brandenburg champion
Minerva 93 Berlin Brandenburg runners-up
PSV Chemnitz Central German champions
Plauener SuBC Central German cup winner
Hamburger SV Northern German champions
Holstein Kiel Northern German runners-up
FC Schalke 04 Western German champions
Borussia Fulda Western German runners-up
VfL Benrath Western German Cup winner
Eintracht Frankfurt Southern German champions
FC Bayern Munich Southern German runners-up
1. FC Nuremberg Southern German 3rd placed team

First round[edit]

Date Match Result Stadium
8 May 1932 1. FC Nuremberg Borussia Fulda 5–2 (2–0) Fürth, Platz am Ronhofer Weg
8 May 1932 Hamburger SV VfL Benrath 3–1 (1–0) Altona, Altonaer Stadion
8 May 1932 FC Bayern Munich Minerva 93 Berlin 4–2 (1–1) Munich, 1860-Heinrich-Zisch-Stadion
8 May 1932 FC Schalke 04 Plauener SuBC 5–4 aet (2–1, 4–4) Dortmund, Kampfbahn Rothe Erde
8 May 1932 Hindenburg Allenstein Eintracht Frankfurt 0–6 (0–4) Königsberg (Preußen), Platz des VfB
8 May 1932 Tennis Borussia Berlin Viktoria Stolp 3–0 (2–0) Berlin, Stadion Bahnhof Eichkamp
8 May 1932 Breslauer SC 08 Holstein Kiel 1–4 (0–2) Breslau, Sportpark Grüneiche
8 May 1932 PSV Chemnitz Beuthener SuSV 5–1 (3–0) Braunschweig, Preußen-Platz

Quarter finals[edit]

Date Match Result Stadium
22 May 1932 FC Schalke 04 Hamburger SV 4–2 (2–1) Bochum, Stadion Castroper Straße
22 May 1932 Holstein Kiel 1. FC Nuremberg 0–4 (0–2) Hamburg, Sportplatz Hoheluft
22 May 1932 Eintracht Frankfurt Tennis Borussia Berlin 3–1 (1–1) Frankfurt am Main, Riederwaldstadion
22 May 1932 PSV Chemnitz FC Bayern Munich 2–3 (1–3) Leipzig, Platz von Wacker Leipzig

Semi finals[edit]

Date Match Result Stadium
29 May 1932 FC Bayern Munich 1. FC Nuremberg 2–0 (0–0) Mannheim, Mannheimer Stadion
29 May 1932 Eintracht Frankfurt FC Schalke 04 2–1 (1–1) Dresden, Stadion am Ostragehege

Final[edit]

Date Match Result Stadium Attendance
12 June 1932 FC Bayern Munich Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 (1–0) Nuremberg, Städtisches Stadion 55,000

Teams[edit]

FC Bayern Munich:
1 Germany Josef Lechler
2 Germany Conny Heidkamp
3 Germany Sigmund Haringer
4 Germany Ludwig Goldbrunner
5 Germany Josef Breindl
6 Germany Ernst Nagelschmitz
7 Germany Hans Schmid
8 Germany Hans Welker
9 Germany Oskar Rohr Goal 36'
10 Germany Franz Krumm Goal 75'
11 Germany Josef Bergmaier
Manager:
Austria Richard Kohn
Eintracht Frankfurt:
1 Germany Ludwig Schmitt
2 Germany Franz Schütz
3 Germany Hans Stubb
4 Germany August Möbs
5 Germany Hugo Mantel
6 Germany Bernhard Leis
7 Germany Rudi Gramlich
8 Germany Theodor Trumpler
9 Germany Fritz Schaller
10 Germany Karl Ehmer
11 Switzerland Walter Dietrich
Manager:
Germany Paul Oßwald

Topscorer[edit]

Name Club Goals
1st Karl Ehmer Eintracht Frankfurt 7
2nd Erwin Helmchen PSV Chemnitz 5
3rd Oskar Rohr FC Bayern Munich 5
4th Emil Rothardt FC Schalke 04 4
5th Georg Friedel 1. FC Nuremberg 3

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ German championship 1931-32 RSSSF.com, accessed: 21 April 2009
  2. ^ kicker Allmanach 1990, by kicker, page 161 & 165 - German championship 1903 to 1963, accessed: 21 April 2009