List of Eintracht Frankfurt seasons

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For details of the current season, see 2014–15 Eintracht Frankfurt season.

This is a list of seasons played by Eintracht Frankfurt in German and European football since 1920 when the club merged and introduced the name Eintracht for the first time. The club was founded in 1899. Eintracht Frankfurt have won the championship once, the DFB-Pokal fours times and the UEFA Cup once.

The list details the club's achievements in all major competitions, and the top league goalscorer(s) for each season. For some seasons before 1963, the goalscoring information is incomplete but the player mentioned is almost certainly correct.

Seasons[edit]

Season League DFB-Pokal Europe Top league goalscorer
Division  P   W   D   L   F   A   Pts   Pos   QGC  Name Goals
1920–21 KLNM 20 12 5 3 31 18 29-11 1st 3rd [note 1] [note 2] Szabó 8
1921–22 KLNM 14 13 0 1 43 12 26-02 1st Preliminary lost Pfeiffer 14
1922–23 KLNM 14 8 1 5 29 23 17-11 3rd DNQ Klemm 9
1923–24 BLM 14 7 2 5 27 21 16-12 2nd DNQ Pfeiffer 8
1924–25 BLM 14 3 6 5 15 20 12-16 6th DNQ Riegel 5
1925–26 BLM 14 7 1 6 40 28 15-13 4th DNQ Károly 9
1926–27 BLM 18 3 6 5 41 19 28-08 2nd Runner-up round 3/5 Döpfer 9
1927–28 BLMH 22 20 1 1 93 13 41-03 1st 2/8 Ehmer 34
1928–29 BLMH 18 12 3 3 56 29 27-09 1st 4/8 Ehmer 21
1929–30 BLMH 14 10 3 1 32 12 23-05 1st 1/8, Eliminated in the round of 8 Ehmer 16
1930–31 BLMH 14 10 3 1 51 13 23-05 1st 2/8, Eliminated in the round of 8 Ehmer 15
1931–32 BLMH 20 16 3 1 81 18 35-05 1st Runner-up Ehmer 34
1932–33 BLMH 18 12 5 1 45 16 29-07 2nd 2/8, Semi-Finals Möbs 10
1933–34 GL 22 10 5 7 53 40 25-19 4th DNQ Lindner 18
1934–35 GL 20 7 7 6 30 29 21-19 7th DNQ Ehmer 9
1935–36 GL 18 10 5 3 32 19 25-11 3rd DNQ DNQ Möbs
Schmitt
8
1936–37 GL 18 12 2 4 48 31 26-10 2nd DNQ DNQ Möbs 13
1937–38 GL 18 13 2 3 58 25 28-08 1st 2/4 R1 Wirsching 25
1938–39 GL 18 11 0 7 49 34 22-14 3rd DNQ R1 Schmitt 14
1939–40 GL 12 9 1 2 28 17 19-05 2nd DNQ R2 Adamkiewicz 6
1940–41 GL 14 7 3 4 34 22 17-11 3rd DNQ R3 Unsuffient data records
1941–42 GL 12 8 1 3 46 20 17-07 2nd DNQ DNQ Kraus 11
1942–43 GL 18 6 4 8 33 38 16-20 5th DNQ R2 Heilig 10
1943–44 GL 18 9 5 4 53 33 23-13 4th DNQ DNQ Kraus 20
1944–45 The season was abandoned was cancelled due to the Second World War.
1945–46 OL 30 9 7 14 71 75 25-35 11th DNQ [note 1] [note 2] Arheilger 15
1946–47 OL 38 16 14 8 72 50 46-30 3rd DNQ Wirsching 18
1947–48 OL 38 16 9 13 64 56 41-35 10th DNQ Baas 14
1948–49 OL 30 9 8 13 28 41 26-34 13th DNQ Baas 9
1949–50 OL 30 8 8 14 45 52 24-36 14th DNQ Schieth 15
1950–51 OL 34 12 10 12 56 64 34-34 8th DNQ Kraus
Pfaff
12
1951–52 OL 30 15 4 11 52 43 34-26 4th DNQ Jänisch 12
1952–53 OL 30 16 7 7 62 49 39-21 1st 2/4 DNQ Dziwoki 12
1953–54 OL 30 17 8 5 70 31 42-18 2nd 3/3 DNQ Kress 17
1954–55 OL 30 15 6 9 56 36 36-24 4th DNQ R2 Weilbächer 13
1955–56 OL 30 13 5 12 56 49 31-29 6th DNQ DNQ ICFC Group Pfaff 15
1956–57 OL 30 15 5 10 60 42 35-25 5th DNQ DNQ Feigenspan 22
1957–58 OL 30 15 9 6 58 32 39-21 3rd DNQ DNQ Sztani 10
1958–59 OL 30 22 5 3 71 25 49-11 1st 1/4, Final won DNQ DNQ Feigenspan 21
1959–60 OL 30 16 5 9 81 57 37-23 3rd DNQ DNQ EC Final Stein 24
1960–61 OL 30 18 5 7 78 38 41-19 2nd 2/4 DNQ DNQ Stein 23
1961–62 OL 30 19 5 6 81 37 43-17 2nd 2/4 R1 DNQ Schämer 26
1962–63 OL 30 14 11 5 56 32 39-21 4th DNQ Semi DNQ Stein 12
1963–64 1. BL 30 16 7 7 65 41 39-21 3rd Final DNQ Huberts 19
1964–65 1. BL 30 11 7 12 50 58 29-31 8th R2 ICFC R1 Huberts
Solz
9
1965–66 1. BL 34 16 6 12 64 46 38-30 7th R2 DNQ Huberts 17
1966–67 1. BL 34 15 9 10 66 49 39-29 4th Q ICFC Semi Solz 12
1967–68 1. BL 34 15 8 11 58 51 38-30 6th R2 ICFC R1 Bechtold 12
1968–69 1. BL 34 13 8 13 46 43 34-34 8th R2 ICFC R3 Grabowski
Nickel
8
1969–70 1. BL 34 12 10 12 54 54 34-34 8th Quarter DNQ Heese 12
1970–71 1. BL 34 11 6 17 39 56 28-40 15th R2 DNQ Nickel 13
1971–72 1. BL 34 16 7 11 71 61 39-29 5th R2 DNQ Nickel 13
1972–73 1. BL 34 15 4 15 58 54 34-34 8th R2 UC R1 Hölzenbein 13
1973–74 1. BL 34 15 11 8 63 50 41-27 4th Winners DNQ Hölzenbein 12
1974–75 1. BL 34 18 7 9 89 49 43-25 3rd Winners ECWC R2 Hölzenbein 16
1975–76 1. BL 34 13 10 11 79 58 36-32 9th R4 ECWC Semi Hölzenbein 16
1976–77 1. BL 34 17 8 9 86 57 42-26 4th Quarter DNQ Hölzenbein 26
1977–78 1. BL 34 16 4 14 59 52 36-32 7th R3 UC Quarter Hölzenbein 15
1978–79 1. BL 34 16 7 11 50 49 39-29 5th Semi DNQ Hölzenbein
Lorant
8
1979–80 1. BL 34 15 2 17 65 61 32-36 9th R3 UC Winners Cha 12
1980–81 1. BL 34 13 12 9 61 57 38-30 5th Winners UC R3 Hölzenbein 11
1981–82 1. BL 34 17 3 14 83 72 83-72 8th R2 ECWC Quarter Cha
Nachtweih
11
1982–83 1. BL 34 12 5 17 48 57 29-39 10th R1 DNQ Cha 15
1983–84 1. BL 34 7 13 14 45 61 27-41 16th R1 DNQ Falkenmayer
Svensson
8
1984–85 1. BL 34 10 12 12 62 67 32-36 12th R2 DNQ Krämer 10
1985–86 1. BL 34 7 14 13 35 49 28-40 15th R1 DNQ Theiss 7
1986–87 1. BL 34 8 9 17 42 53 25-43 15th Quarter DNQ Turowski 7
1987–88 1. BL 34 10 11 13 51 50 31-37 9th Winners DNQ Détári 11
1988–89 1. BL 34 8 10 16 30 53 26-42 16th R2 ECWC Quarter Turowski 7
1989–90 1. BL 34 15 11 8 61 40 41-27 3rd R1 DNQ Andersen 18
1990–91 1. BL 34 15 10 9 63 40 40-28 4th Semi UC R1 Möller 16
1991–92 1. BL 38 18 14 6 76 41 50-26 3rd R2 UC R2 Yeboah 15
1992–93 1. BL 34 15 12 7 56 39 42-26 3rd Semi UC R2 Yeboah 20
1993–94 1. BL 34 15 8 11 57 41 38-30 5th R2 UC Quarter Yeboah 18
1994–95 1. BL 34 12 9 13 41 49 33-35 9th R2 UC Quarter Okocha
Yeboah
7
1995–96 1. BL 34 7 11 16 43 68 32 17th R2 IC R2 Hagner 10
1996–97 2. BL 34 13 9 12 43 46 48 7th R2 DNQ Gaudino 9
1997–98 2. BL 34 17 13 4 50 32 64 1st R3 DNQ Sobotzik 10
1998–99 1. BL 34 9 10 15 44 54 37 15th R2 DNQ Yang 8
1999–00 1. BL 34 12 5 17 42 44 39 13th R3 DNQ Salou 8
2000–01 1. BL 34 10 5 19 41 68 35 17th R1 DNQ Kryszałowicz 7
2001–02 2. BL 34 14 12 8 52 44 54 7th R3 DNQ Kryszałowicz 16
2002–03 2. BL 34 17 11 6 59 33 62 3rd R2 DNQ Skela 10
2003–04 1. BL 34 9 5 20 36 53 32 16th R2 DNQ Skela 8
2004–05 2. BL 34 19 4 11 65 39 61 3rd R3 DNQ Van Lent 16
2005–06 1. BL 34 9 9 16 42 51 36 14th Final DNQ Amanatidis 12
2006–07 1. BL 34 9 13 12 46 58 40 14th Semi UEL Group Takahara 11
2007–08 1. BL 34 12 10 12 43 50 46 9th R2 DNQ Amanatidis 11
2008–09 1. BL 34 8 9 17 39 60 33 13th R2 DNQ Liberopoulos 9
2009–10 1. BL 34 12 10 12 47 54 46 10th R3 DNQ Meier 10
2010–11 1. BL 34 9 7 18 31 46 34 17th R3 DNQ Gekas 16
2011–12 2. BL 34 20 8 6 76 33 68 2nd R2 DNQ Meier 17
2012–13 1. BL 34 14 9 11 49 46 51 6th R1 DNQ Meier 16
2013–14 1. BL 34 9 9 16 40 57 36 13th Quarter UEL Round of 32 Joselu 9
2014–15 1. BL R2 DNQ

Key[edit]

Colour coding[edit]

Champions or
Top goalscorer
Runners-up 3rd or
Semi-finals
Promoted Relegated

Attendance[edit]

Since the introduction of the Bundesliga in season 1963-64 Eintracht Frankfurt play their home matches at Waldstadion.

Remarks:

  • In the period after the second expansion stage of Waldstadion (from 1953 until 1974) there are no official records about the maximum capacity. That is why the official capacity of this period is assumed as 81,000 which is Eintracht’s record attendance achieved in a championship match versus FK Pirmasens in 1959.
  • the coloured background displays: Waldstadion II Waldstadion III Commerzbank-Arena
  • The * marked capacity figures point out that the ground has been under renovation.
Eintracht Frankfurt fan choreography at the domestic North West Stand
Gates since the introduction of the Bundesliga
Season League Spectators
gesamt
Home
matches
Average Capacity Average utilisation
1963-64 1.BL 397,000 15 26,466 81,000 32.67%
1964-65 1.BL 331,000 15 22,067 81,000 27.24%
1965-66 1.BL 461,000 17 27,118 81,000 33.48%
1966-67 1.BL 454,000 17 26,706 81,000 32.97%
1967-68 1.BL 340,700 17 20,041 81,000 24.74%
1968-69 1.BL 348,000 17 20,471 81,000 25.27%
1969-70 1.BL 275,500 17 16,206 81,000 20.01%
1970-71 1.BL 369,000 17 21,706 81,000 26.80%
1971-72 1.BL 355,200 17 20,894 81,000* 25.80%
1972-73 1.BL 236,500 17 13,912 81,000* 17.18%
1973-74 1.BL 433,000 17 25,471 81,000* 31.45%
1974-75 1.BL 404,400 17 23,788 62,200 38.24%
1975-76 1.BL 366,000 17 21,529 62,200 34.61%
1976-77 1.BL 408,000 17 24,000 62,200 38.59%
1977-78 1.BL 441,500 17 25,971 62,200 41.75%
1978-79 1.BL 438,000 17 25,765 62,200 41.42%
1979-80 1.BL 393,000 17 23,117 62,200 37.16%
1980-81 1.BL 364,500 17 21,441 62,200 34.47%
1981-82 1.BL 359,500 17 21,147 62,200 34.00%
1982-83 1.BL 370,900 17 21,818 62,200 35.08%
1983-84 1.BL 387,250 17 22,779 62,200 36.62%
1984-85 1.BL 402,500 17 23,676 62,200 38.07%
1985-86 1.BL 280,000 17 16,471 62,200 26.48%
1986-87 1.BL 314,500 17 18,500 62,200 29.74%
1987-88 1.BL 361,882 17 21,287 62,200 34.22%
1988-89 1.BL 294,849 17 17,344 62,200 27.88%
1989-90 1.BL 455,000 17 26,765 62,200 43.03%
1990-91 1.BL 413,273 17 24,310 62,200 39.08%
1991-92 1.BL 566,500 19 29,816 62,200 47.94%
1992-93 1.BL 431,500 17 25,382 62,200 40.81%
1993-94 1.BL 535,033 17 31,473 62,200 50.60%
1994-95 1.BL 508,500 17 29,912 62,200 48.09%
1995-96 1.BL 506,200 17 29,776 62,200 47.87%
1996-97 2.BL 276,000 17 16,235 62,200 26.10%
1997-98 2.BL 400,925 17 23,584 62,200 37.92%
1998-99 1.BL 558,455 17 32,850 62,200 52.81%
1999-2000 1.BL 609,745 17 35,867 62,200 57.66%
2000-01 1.BL 501,400 17 29,494 62,200 47.42%
2001-02 2.BL 240,500 17 14,147 62,200 22.74%
2002-03 2.BL 276,600 17 16,271 25,000* 65.08%
2003-04 1.BL 447,418 17 26,319 38,000* 69.26%
2004-05 2.BL 405,522 17 23,854 43,000* 55.47%
2005-06 1.BL 711,671 17 41,863 51,500 80.04%
2006-07 1.BL 809,624 17 47,625 51,500 91.06%
2007-08 1.BL 821,100 17 48,300 51,500 92.35%
2008-09 1.BL 799,200 17 47,012 51,500 91.28%
2009-10 1.BL 802,500 17 47,206 51,500 91.66%
2010-11 1.BL 805,200 17 47,365 51,500 91.97%
2011-12 2.BL 648,000 17 38,118 51,500 74.02%
2012-13 1.BL 816,750 17 48,044 51,500 93.29%
2013-14 1.BL 799,900 17 47,053 51,500 91.36%

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The first national German cup competition was not formed until 1935 under the name Tschammerpokal. After World War II the cup competition was revived under the moniker DFB-Pokal and is considered as the successor of the first national cup competition. Prior to the introduction of the Bundesliga, clubs had to qualify by winning regional cup competitions.
  2. ^ a b European club competitions did not begin until the 1955–56 season.

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