1907 German football championship

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1907 German championship final
Event German football championship
Date 19 May 1907
Venue Stadion am Kanal, Frankenthal
Referee Otto Eikhof
Attendance 3,000

The 1907 German football championship was the fifth season in which teams competed for the national championship title. Six teams qualified to reach the final stages of the competition, and the winners were Freiburger FC.

Qualified teams[edit]

Qualified team Qualified from
Schlesien Breslau South Eastern German champions
Viktoria 89 Berlin VBB champions
VfB Leipzig Central German champions
FC Victoria Hamburg Northern German champions
Düsseldorfer FC 1899 Western German champions
Freiburger FC Southern German champions



9 May 1907
SC Victoria Hamburg 1 – 4 Viktoria 89 Berlin
Klinkrad Goal 40' Dumke Goal 10'
Röpnack Goal 19'65'
Reinke Goal 90'
HFC 1888-Platz, Hamburg
Referee: Hinze

12 May 1907
Freiburger FC 3 – 2 VfB Leipzig
Burkart Goal Goal
Mayer Goal
Steinbeck Goal
Richter Goal
Club-Stadion an der Ziegelgasse, Nuremberg
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: Müller


19 May 1907
Freiburger FC 3 – 1 Viktoria 89 Berlin
Glaser Goal 30' (pen.)
Burkart Goal 57'80'
Röpnack Goal 43' (pen.)
Stadion am Kanal, Frankenthal
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Eikhof
' Hungary Paul Gilly-Goldberger
' German Empire August Falschlunger
' German Empire L. C. de Villiers
' German Empire Max Mayer
' German Empire Felix Hunn
' German Empire Josef Glaser
' German Empire Fritz Bodenweber
' Switzerland Henri Sydler
' German Empire Hofherr
' German Empire Max Haase
' German Empire Philipp Burkart
' German Empire Paul Scranowitz
' German Empire Helmut Röpnack
' German Empire Willi Hahn
' German Empire Paul Fischer
' German Empire Willi Knesebeck
' German Empire Paul Hunder
' German Empire Adolf Deni
' German Empire Emil Reinke
' German Empire Paul Kralle
' German Empire Otto Dumke
' German Empire Reinhold Bock