List of Eintracht Braunschweig seasons

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This is a list of seasons played by Eintracht Braunschweig in German and European football, from their first competitive to the most recent completed season. It details the club's achievements in major competitions, as well as the club's average attendance and top scorers for each season since 1947-48. Players in bold were also top scorers in their league that season.

Seasons[edit]

1904–1933[edit]

Year Division Position NC GC
1904–05 1. Spielklasse Herzogtum Braunschweig (I) 1st NP QF
1905–06 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st RU
1906–07 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st RU
1907–08 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st W QF
1908–09 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st RU
1909–10 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st SF
1910–11 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st RU
1911–12 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st RU
1912–13 1. Spielklasse Bezirk Braunschweig (I) 1st W DNE
1913–14 Verbandsliga Norddeutschland (I) 5th NP
No championship played in 1914–15[nb 1]
1915–16 Bezirksmeisterschaft Braunschweig (I) 1st QF NP
1916–17 Bezirksmeisterschaft Braunschweig (I) 1st SF NP
1917–18 Bezirksmeisterschaft Braunschweig (I) 1st QR NP
1918–19 Bezirksmeisterschaft Braunschweig (I) 2nd NP
1919–20 Bezirksmeisterschaft Braunschweig (I) 1st QF
1920–21 Südkreisliga (I) 6th
1921–22 Südkreisliga (I) 2nd
1922–23 Südkreisliga, Staffel 2 (I) 2nd
1923–24 Südkreisliga, Staffel 2 (I) 1st[nb 2] RU
1924–25 Bezirksliga Südhannover/Braunschweig, Staffel 2 (I) 1st[nb 3] 5th
1925–26 Bezirksliga Südhannover/Braunschweig, Staffel 2 (I) 2nd
1926–27 Bezirksliga Südhannover/Braunschweig, Staffel 2 (I) 1st[nb 4] QR
1927–28 Bezirksliga Südhannover/Braunschweig, Staffel 2 (I) 3rd
No championship played in 1928–29[nb 5]
1929–30 Oberliga Südhannover/Braunschweig (I) 5th
1930–31 Oberliga Südhannover/Braunschweig (I) 2nd R16
1931–32 Oberliga Südhannover/Braunschweig (I) 2nd GS
1932–33 Oberliga Südhannover/Braunschweig (I) 6th

1933–1945[edit]

Year Division Position GC Cup
1933–34 Gauliga Niedersachsen (I) 5th NP
1934–35 Gauliga Niedersachsen (I) 4th R16
1935–36 Gauliga Niedersachsen (I) 4th
1936–37 Gauliga Niedersachsen (I) 6th R16
1937–38 Gauliga Niedersachsen (I) 4th
1938–39 Gauliga Niedersachsen (I) 3rd
1939–40 Gauliga Niedersachsen, Gruppe Süd (I) 2nd
1940–41 Gauliga Niedersachsen, Gruppe Süd (I) 2nd R64
1941–42 Gauliga Niedersachsen, Gruppe Süd (I) 1st
1941–42 Gauliga Niedersachsen, Championship round (I) 3rd R64
1942–43 Gauliga Südhannover-Braunschweig (I) 1st R16 R32
1943–44 Gauliga Südhannover-Braunschweig (I) 1st R32 NP
1944–45 Stadtliga Braunschweig (I) NF[nb 6] NP NP

1945–1963[edit]

Year Division Position Attendance ⌀ Top goalscorer(s)[nb 7] GC Cup[nb 8] Other
1945–46 Oberliga Niedersachsen-Süd (I) 1st NP NP NC QF[nb 9]
1946–47 Oberliga Niedersachsen-Süd (I) 1st[nb 10] NP NP ZOC QF
1947–48 Oberliga Nord (I) 3rd 14,272 Allied-occupied Germany Walter Schemel 13 NP ZOC 4th
1948–49 Oberliga Nord (I) 4th 12,818 Allied-occupied Germany Walter Schemel 14 NP
1949–50 Oberliga Nord (I) 5th 11,400 West Germany Walter Schemel 17 NP
1950–51 Oberliga Nord (I) 10th 9,562 West Germany Werner Thamm 16 NP
1951–52 Oberliga Nord (I) 14th Arrow-down.gif 10,020 West Germany Bernhardt Hirschberg 9 NP
1952–53 Amateurliga Niedersachsen-Ost (II) 1st Arrow-up.gif 6,000 West Germany Werner Oberländer 23 R32 Promotion play-off W
1953–54 Oberliga Nord (I) 4th 15,153 West Germany Winfried Herz 13 RS
1954–55 Oberliga Nord (I) 6th 12,133 West Germany Werner Thamm 12 R32
1955–56 Oberliga Nord (I) 11th 10,066 West Germany Winfried Herz 17 RS
1956–57 Oberliga Nord (I) 7th 10,026 West Germany Heinz Wozniakowski 14 RS
1957–58 Oberliga Nord (I) 2nd 11,800 West Germany Ernst-Otto Meyer 24, West Germany Werner Thamm 24 GS RS
1958–59 Oberliga Nord (I) 5th 9,200 West Germany Werner Thamm 20 RS
1959–60 Oberliga Nord (I) 8th 10,733 West Germany Werner Thamm 10 RS
1960–61 Oberliga Nord (I) 9th 5,933 West Germany Werner Thamm 12 RS
1961–62 Oberliga Nord (I) 6th 9,566 West Germany Jürgen Moll 26 R16
1962–63 Oberliga Nord (I) 3rd 9,733 West Germany Jürgen Moll 23 RS

Since 1963[edit]

Year Division Position Attendance ⌀ Top goalscorer(s)[nb 11] Cup Europe Other
1963–64 Bundesliga (I) 11th 19,606 West Germany Jürgen Moll 8, West Germany Manfred Wuttich 8 R16
1964–65 Bundesliga (I) 9th 18,792 West Germany Lothar Ulsaß 12 QF Intertoto Cup GS 3rd
1965–66 Bundesliga (I) 10th 14,540 West Germany Lothar Ulsaß 17 R32 Intertoto Cup GS 3rd
1966–67 Bundesliga (I) 1st Gold medal icon.svg 25,270 West Germany Lothar Ulsaß 14 R32 Intertoto Cup GS 2nd
1967–68 Bundesliga (I) 9th 14,427 West Germany Lothar Ulsaß 10 QF EC QF
1968–69 Bundesliga (I) 4th 15,230 West Germany Hartmut Weiß 15 R16 Intertoto Cup GS W
1969–70 Bundesliga (I) 16th 14,308 West Germany Erich Maas 9 R32
1970–71 Bundesliga (I) 4th 17,344 West Germany Lothar Ulsaß 18 R32 Intertoto Cup GS W
1971–72 Bundesliga (I) 12th 12,118 West Germany Ludwig Bründl 10 R16 UC R16 Intertoto Cup GS W
1972–73 Bundesliga (I) 17th Arrow-down.gif 13,667 West Germany Ludwig Bründl 9, West Germany Bernd Gersdorff 9 QF Ligapokal QF, Intertoto Cup GS W
1973–74 Regionalliga Nord (II) 1st Arrow-up.gif 9,566 West Germany Bernd Gersdorff 35 R32 Promotion play-off W, Intertoto Cup GS 3rd
1974–75 Bundesliga (I) 9th 17,788 West Germany Bernd Gersdorff 15 R32
1975–76 Bundesliga (I) 5th 22,604 West Germany Wolfgang Frank 16 R16 Intertoto Cup GS W
1976–77 Bundesliga (I) 3rd Bronze medal icon.svg 19,743 West Germany Wolfgang Frank 24 R64 UC R32 Intertoto Cup GS 3rd
1977–78 Bundesliga (I) 13th 17,578 West Germany Paul Breitner 10 R16 UC R16
1978–79 Bundesliga (I) 9th 16,311 West Germany Harald Nickel 16 R32 Intertoto Cup GS W
1979–80 Bundesliga (I) 18th Arrow-down.gif 13,229 West Germany Ronald Worm 8 R32 Intertoto Cup GS W
1980–81 2. Bundesliga Nord (II) 2nd Arrow-up.gif 10,714 West Germany Ronald Worm 30 SF Promotion play-off W
1981–82 Bundesliga (I) 11th 18,405 West Germany Ronald Worm 17 R128
1982–83 Bundesliga (I) 15th 13,954 West Germany Günter Keute 7, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ilija Zavišić 7 R16
1983–84 Bundesliga (I) 9th 14,470 West Germany Peter Lux 8, West Germany Ronald Worm 8 R16 Intertoto Cup GS 2nd
1984–85 Bundesliga (I) 18th Arrow-down.gif 12,883 West Germany Ronald Worm 10 R64 Intertoto Cup GS 3rd
1985–86 2. Bundesliga (II) 12th 5,584 West Germany Frank Plagge 13 R64 Intertoto Cup GS 3rd
1986–87 2. Bundesliga (II) 17th Arrow-down.gif 7,288 West Germany Bernd Buchheister 14 R64
1987–88 Oberliga Nord (III) 1st Arrow-up.gif 6,759 West Germany Olaf Schmäler 13 R64 Promotion play-off RU, Lower Saxony Cup 2nd round
1988–89 2. Bundesliga (II) 9th 9,140 West Germany Bernd Buchheister 8 R64
1989–90 2. Bundesliga (II) 7th 10,555 West Germany Bernd Buchheister 13 SF
1990–91 2. Bundesliga (II) 13th 6,748 Germany Holger Aden 14 R32
1991–92 2. Bundesliga Nord (II) 7th 5,623 Germany Holger Aden 13 R128
1992–93 2. Bundesliga (II) 19th Arrow-down.gif 7,304 Germany Holger Aden 19 R32
1993–94 Oberliga Nord (III) 2nd 4,561 Germany Stefan Meissner 14 R32 Promotion play-off RU
1994–95 Regionalliga Nord (III) 6th 4,351 Ukraine Viktor Pasulko 8 Lower Saxony Cup 2nd round
1995–96 Regionalliga Nord (III) 2nd 4,811 Turkey Özkan Koçtürk 14 Lower Saxony Cup SF
1996–97 Regionalliga Nord (III) 2nd 5,972 Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Kolaković 19 Lower Saxony Cup 1st round
1997–98 Regionalliga Nord (III) 2nd 9,181 Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Kolaković 18 Lower Saxony Cup 1st round
1998–99 Regionalliga Nord (III) 3rd 7,456 Germany René Deffke 10 Lower Saxony Cup RU
1999–2000 Regionalliga Nord (III) 3rd 8,048 Germany Dirk Weetendorf 13 Lower Saxony Cup 1st round
2000–01 Regionalliga Nord (III) 8th 10,597 Germany Dirk Weetendorf 16 Lower Saxony Cup QF
2001–02 Regionalliga Nord (III) 2nd Arrow-up.gif 11,922 Brazil Daniel Teixeira 19 Lower Saxony Cup SF
2002–03 2. Bundesliga (II) 15th Arrow-down.gif 14,593 Nigeria Sambo Choji 8 R64
2003–04 Regionalliga Nord (III) 6th 10,635 Democratic Republic of the Congo Michél Mazingu-Dinzey 13 R16 Lower Saxony Cup W
2004–05 Regionalliga Nord (III) 1st Arrow-up.gif 13,617 Turkey Ahmet Kuru 24 R16 Lower Saxony Cup QF
2005–06 2. Bundesliga (II) 12th 18,165 Germany Patrick Bick 8 R32
2006–07 2. Bundesliga (II) 18th Arrow-down.gif 15,671 Cameroon Valentine Atem 3, Germany Jürgen Rische 3, Germany Tobias Schweinsteiger 3 R64
2007–08 Regionalliga Nord (III) 10th 14,889 Germany Lars Fuchs 10 R64 Lower Saxony Cup SF
2008–09 3. Liga (III) 13th 13,273 Nigeria Kingsley Onuegbu 7 Lower Saxony Cup RU
2009–10 3. Liga (III) 4th 12,776 Germany Dennis Kruppke 15 R64 Lower Saxony Cup 3rd place
2010–11 3. Liga (III) 1st Arrow-up.gif 17,425 Democratic Republic of the Congo Domi Kumbela 19 R64 Lower Saxony Cup W
2011–12 2. Bundesliga (II) 8th 21,278 Germany Dennis Kruppke 10, Democratic Republic of the Congo Domi Kumbela 10 R64
2012–13 2. Bundesliga (II) 2nd Arrow-up.gif 20,454 Democratic Republic of the Congo Domi Kumbela 19 R32
2013–14 Bundesliga (I) 18th Arrow-down.gif 22,799 Democratic Republic of the Congo Domi Kumbela 9 R64

Key[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Due to the outbreak of World War I the 1914–15 season was cancelled. Eintracht Braunschweig won a local cup competition staged instead in 1915. From 1915–16 on league play reassumed in a limited fashion until the end of the war.
  2. ^ Won championship play-off against Staffel 1 winners SV Arminia Hannover 6–2.
  3. ^ Won championship play-off against Staffel 1 winners SV Arminia Hannover 1–0.
  4. ^ Lost championship play-off against Staffel 1 winners Hannover 96 0–2.
  5. ^ In 1928–29 no regular league matches were played in Northern Germany due to a conflict between the clubs and the Northern German FA. Some major clubs demanded the creation of a single, unified top level league in Northern Germany, while smaller clubs feared to be left out. While some of the big Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein clubs, including Hamburger SV, Holstein Kiel, and Altona 93, formed a rebel league, most clubs in the Southern parts of Northern Germany sat out the season. In the end six Northern German Oberligas were formed as a compromise for the 1929–30 season.
  6. ^ Due to World War II the 1944–45 season was abandoned.
  7. ^ League and German championship play-off only.
  8. ^ The first post-WWII edition of the German cup was held in 1952–53. During the 1950s and 1960s the number of teams participating in the national stages varied between 32 and as little as 4 clubs. Teams qualified in regional stages for the national final rounds. Not until the foundation of the Bundesliga in 1963 first division clubs qualified automatically for the German cup.
  9. ^ Championship eventually abandoned.
  10. ^ Lost two-legged Lower Saxony championship play-off against Staffel Nord winners SV Werder Bremen 3–1 and 0–3.
  11. ^ League only.

Sources[edit]

  • Eintracht Braunschweig at Fußballdaten.de (in German)
  • Bläsig, Horst/Leppert, Alex (2010). Ein Roter Löwe auf der Brust - Die Geschichte von Eintracht Braunschweig. Göttingen: Die Werkstatt. ISBN 978-3-89533-675-1. 
  • Peters, Stefan (1998). Eintracht Braunschweig. Die Chronik. Kassel: Agon-Sportverlag. ISBN 978-3-89609-152-9. 
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