List of Fortuna Düsseldorf Seasons

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The following is a list of seasons played by Fortuna Düsseldorf from the 1947–48 season up to the most recent season. It is divided into two parts coinciding with the regional league structure of post-war Germany, and the formation of a nationwide league, the Bundesliga.

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Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

1947 to 1963: Oberliga West[edit]

Season League Tier Position GFC Cup
1947–48 Oberliga West 1 7th
1948–49 Oberliga West 1 11th
1949–50 2. Liga West 2 2nd
1950–51 Oberliga West 1 5th
1951–52 Oberliga West 1 12th
1952–53 Oberliga West 1 9th
1953–54 Oberliga West 1 10th
1954–55 Oberliga West 1 7th
1955–56 Oberliga West 1 6th SF
1956–57 Oberliga West 1 6th RU
1957–58 Oberliga West 1 8th RU
1958–59 Oberliga West 1 3rd
1959–60 Oberliga West 1 15th
1960–61 2. Liga West 2 2nd
1961–62 Oberliga West 1 9th RU
1962–63 Oberliga West 1 13th

1963 to Present: Formation of the Fußball-Bundesliga[edit]

Since 1963 Fortuna Düsseldorf have played in the top four tiers of the German football league system. Fortuna Düsseldorf's most successful period during these years was from the 1971–72 season until the 1986–87 season. They played 16 consecutive seasons in the Bundesliga, twice won the DFB-Pokal and reached the final of the 1979–80 Cup Winners' Cup final.

Season League Tier Position Cup Europe Result Av. Att. Top Scorer Goals
1963–64 Regionalliga West 2 3rd
1964–65 Regionalliga West 2 3rd
1965–66 Regionalliga West 2 1st R1
1966–67 Bundesliga 1 17th QF 29,176 Germany Waldemar Gerhardt 12
1967–68 Regionalliga West 2 6th Intertoto Cup W
1968–69 Regionalliga West 2 4th
1969–70 Regionalliga West 2 4th
1970–71 Regionalliga West 2 2nd SF
1971–72 Bundesliga 1 13th R2 15,412 Germany Reiner Geye 8
1972–73 Bundesliga 1 3rd R1 26,118 Germany Reiner Geye 16
1973–74 Bundesliga 1 3rd R1 Uefa Cup R3 23,912 Germany Reiner Geye 16
1974–75 Bundesliga 1 6th QF Uefa Cup R3 22,235 Germany Reiner Geye 15
1975–76 Bundesliga 1 12th QF 18,324 Germany Dieter Herzog 9
1976–77 Bundesliga 1 12th R2 20,471 Germany Detlev Szymanek
Germany Wolfgang Seel
9
1977–78 Bundesliga 1 5th RU 22,576 Germany Wolfgang Seel 8
1978–79 Bundesliga 1 7th W Cup Winners' Cup RU 18,935 Germany Klaus Allof 22
1979–80 Bundesliga 1 11th W Cup Winners' Cup R1 20,541 Germany Klaus Allofs 16
1980–81 Bundesliga 1 13th QF Cup Winners' Cup R3 18,398 Germany Klaus Allofs 19
1981–82 Bundesliga 1 15th R3 15,559 Germany Thomas Allofs 13
1982–83 Bundesliga 1 9th R2 13,141 Iceland Atli Eðvaldsson 21
1983–84 Bundesliga 1 14th R1 20,735 Germany Günter Thiele 12
1984–85 Bundesliga 1 15th R2 Intertoto Cup W 12,518 Germany Günter Thiele 17
1985–86 Bundesliga 1 14th R2 10,312 Sweden Hasse Holmqvist 11
1986–87 Bundesliga 1 17th SF Intertoto Cup W 12,265 Denmark Henrik-Ravn Jensen 7
1987–88 2. Bundesliga 2 5th R3 6,868 Germany Sven Demandt 14
1988–89 2. Bundesliga 2 1st R1 8,726 Germany Sven Demandtt 35
1989–90 Bundesliga 1 9th QF 19,941 Germany Uwe Fuchs 7
1990–91 Bundesliga 1 12th R2 16,588 Germany Thomas Allofs 15
1991–92 Bundesliga 1 20th R2 14,000 Germany Christian Schreier 8
1992–93 2. Bundesliga 2 21st R4 5,726 Poland Ryszard Cyron 9
1993–94 Oberliga Nordrhein 3 1st R2
1994–95 2. Bundesliga 2 3rd 9,659 Bosnia and Herzegovina Vlatko Glavaš 10
1995–96 Bundesliga 1 13th R3 25,079 Poland Ryszard Cyron 9
1996–97 Bundesliga 1 16th R2 21,265 Ukraine Sergey Yuran 5
1997–98 2. Bundesliga 2 7th R1 12,124 Albania Igli Tare 13
1998–99 2. Bundesliga 2 18th R3 8,888 Albania Igli Tare 11
1999–00 Regionalliga West–Südwest 3 6th R2
2000–01 Regionalliga Nord 3 16th
2001–02 Regionalliga Nord 3 17th 5,719 Germany Frank Mayer 7
2002–03 Oberliga Nordrhein 4 8th 3,750
2003–04 Oberliga Nordrhein 4 2nd 5,500
2004–05 Regionalliga Nord 3 8th R1 8,611 Germany Frank Mayer 9
2005–06 Regionalliga Nord 3 5th 7,387 Germany Marcus Feinbier 15
2006–07 Regionalliga Nord 3 10th 10,603 Germany Marcus Feinbier 9
2007–08 Regionalliga Nord 3 3rd 12,682 Belgium Axel Lawaree 15
2008–09 3rd Liga 3 2nd 14,875 Germany Marco Christ 11
2009–10 2. Bundesliga 2 4th R1 28,007 Austria Martin Harnik 13
2010–11 2. Bundesliga 2 7th R1 21,051 Germany Jens Langeneke 8
2011–12 2. Bundesliga 2 3rd R3 31,900 Germany Sascha Rösler 13
2012–13 Bundesliga 1 17th R3 45,991 Germany Dani Schahin 8
2013–14 2. Bundesliga 2 6th R1 33,982 Netherlands Charlison Benschop 12
2014–15 2. Bundesliga 2

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