List of 1. FC Nürnberg seasons

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1. FC Nürnberg is a German football club based in Nuremberg, Bavaria. The club is the country's second most successful side, having been crowned German champions nine times, and won more national championship titles than any other club before the inception of the Bundesliga.

Nürnberg were founding members of the Bundesliga, and won the league once in 1968. The club has also won the DFB-Pokal four times.

Nürnberg have struggled to emulate the success of their earlier years, and have been relegated from the Bundesliga on eight occasions - more times than any other German club.

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated Top scorer in division First Tier Second Tier Third Tier

Early years (–1933)[edit]

Season League South German
Championship
German
Championship
Other
Division Tier P W D L F A Pts Pos
1904–05 Autumn Nürnberg-Fürther Fußball-Bund 5 5 0 0 38 0 10 1st
1904–05 Spring Nürnberg-Fürther Fußball-Bund 4 4 0 0 31 5 8 1st
1905–06 A-Klasse Nordbayern 1 1st[A]
1906–07 A-Klasse Mittelfranken 1 16 16 0 0 58 10 32 1st[B] RU
1907–08 A-Klasse Mittelfranken 1 6 5 1 0 37 6 11 1st[C] 2nd
1908–09 A-Klasse Ostkreis Gr. Mittelfranken 1 8 7 1 0 68 8 15 1st[D] 2nd
1909–10 A-Klasse Ostkreis Gr. Nord 1 10 10 0 0 73 8 20 1st[E]
1910–11 Ostkreisliga 1 18 15 0 3 90 25 30 2nd
1911–12 Ostkreisliga 1 20 12 2 6 55 35 26 4th
1912–13 Ostkreisliga 1 14 8 2 4 48 17 18 3rd
1913–14 Ostkreisliga 1 14 7 2 5 38 23 16 2nd
1914–15 Ostkreisliga 1 The season was abandoned due to World War I
1915–16 Gau Mittelfranken 1 17 17 0 0 147 7 34 1st W NH
1916–17 Gau Mittelfranken 1 12 71 9 22 1st[F]
1917–18 Gau Mittelfranken 1 1st W
1918–19 Gau Mittelfranken 1 1st NH Süddeutscher Pokal W
1919–20 Kreisliga Nordbayern 1 18 18 0 0 115 6 36 1st W W
1920–21 Kreisliga Nordbayern 1 18 17 1 0 85 8 35 1st W W
1921–22 Kreisliga Nordbayern Gr.I 1 14 12 2 0 81 8 26 1st[G] RU[H]
1922–23 Kreisliga Nordbayern 1 14 10 2 2 39 12 22 2nd
1923–24 Bezirksliga Bayern 1 14 27 8 20 1st W W Süddeutscher Pokal W
1924–25 Bezirksliga Bayern 1 14 44 13 24 1st RU W
1925–26 Bezirksliga Bayern 1 14 34 18 18 2nd
1926–27 Bezirksliga Bayern 1 18 64 17 33 1st W W
1927–28 Bezirksliga Bayern Gr. Nordbayern 1 16 58 10 27 2nd
1928–29 Bezirksliga Bayern Gr. Nordbayern 1 14 51 15 24 1st[I] W SF
1929–30 Bezirksliga Bayern Gr. Nordbayern 1 14 33 14 22 2nd[J] SF
1930–31 Bezirksliga Bayern Gr. Nordbayern 1 14 9 2 3 50 14 20 2nd
1931–32 Bezirksliga Bayern Gr. Nordbayern 1 18 15 0 3 56 17 30 1st 3rd SF
1932–33 Bezirksliga Bayern Gr. Nordbayern 1 18 17 1 0 68 19 35 1st GS

Gauliga era (1933–45)[edit]

Season League German
Championship
Tschammer-
Pokal
Top goalscorer
Division Tier P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1933–34 Gauliga Bayern 1 22 15 4 3 61 26 34 1st RU NH
1934–35 Gauliga Bayern 1 20 9 7 4 43 26 25 2nd
1935–36 Gauliga Bayern 1 18 13 5 0 36 12 31 1st W W
1936–37 Gauliga Bayern 1 18 13 1 4 47 16 27 1st RU
1937–38 Gauliga Bayern 1 18 11 5 2 35 16 27 1st GS R1
1938–39 Gauliga Bayern 1 18 9 2 7 28 33 20 5th SF
1939–40 Gauliga Bayern 1 18 13 3 2 56 13 29 1st GS W
1940–41 Gauliga Bayern 1 22 14 3 5 52 24 31 2nd RU
1941–42 Gauliga Bayern 1 22 14 1 7 64 33 29 4th R3
1942–43 Gauliga Nordbayern 1 20 20 0 0 125 17 40 1st R1 Germany Max Morlock 54
1943–44 Gauliga Nordbayern 1 18 13 2 3 85 23 28 1st SF QF
1944–45 Gauliga Mittelfranken 1 The season was abandoned due to World War II

Oberliga era (1945–63)[edit]

Season League German
Championship
DFB-Pokal Europe Other Top goalscorer
Division Tier P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1945–46 Oberliga Süd 1 30 20 5 5 86 44 45 2nd NH NH NH Germany Max Morlock 24
1946–47 Oberliga Süd 1 38 28 6 4 108 31 62 1st Germany Hans Pöschl (de) 38
1947–48 Oberliga Süd 1 38 28 4 6 88 37 60 1st W Germany Max Morlock 30
1948–49 Oberliga Süd 1 30 11 5 14 49 55 27 11th Germany Max Morlock 15
1949–50 Oberliga Süd 1 30 12 7 11 52 40 31 8th
1950–51 Oberliga Süd 1 34 20 7 7 93 46 47 1st GS Germany Max Morlock 28
1951–52 Oberliga Süd 1 30 17 9 4 72 33 43 2nd GS Germany Max Morlock 26
1952–53 Oberliga Süd 1 30 11 7 12 67 61 29 8th R2 Germany Max Morlock 20
1953–54 Oberliga Süd 1 30 15 8 7 71 44 38 4th QF Süddeutscher Pokal W Germany Horst Schade 22
1954–55 Oberliga Süd 1 30 12 5 13 64 51 29 9th R2 Germany Horst Schade 18
1955–56 Oberliga Süd 1 30 12 7 11 42 41 31 7th
1956–57 Oberliga Süd 1 30 21 5 4 76 33 47 1st GS Germany Max Schmid 18
1957–58 Oberliga Süd 1 30 19 3 8 74 45 41 2nd GS Germany Günther Glomb (de)
Germany Max Morlock
14
1958–59 Oberliga Süd 1 30 19 5 6 80 38 43 3rd Germany Max Morlock 20
1959–60 Oberliga Süd 1 30 15 4 11 73 54 34 6th Germany Heinz Strehl 30
1960–61 Oberliga Süd 1 30 23 2 5 96 30 48 1st W Germany Heinz Strehl 22
1961–62 Oberliga Süd 1 30 20 3 7 70 30 43 1st RU W European Cup QF Germany Gustav Flachenecker (de) 14
1962–63 Oberliga Süd 1 30 18 5 7 87 41 41 2nd GS R1 Cup Winners Cup SF Germany Kurt Haseneder (de) 24

Bundesliga era (1963–)[edit]

Season League DFB-Pokal Europe Other Top goalscorer
Division Tier P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1963–64 Bundesliga 1 30 11 7 12 45 56 29 9th R1 Germany Heinz Strehl 16
1964–65 Bundesliga 1 30 11 10 9 44 38 32 6th SF Germany Heinz Strehl 15
1965–66 Bundesliga 1 34 14 11 9 54 43 39 6th SF Inter-Cities Fairs Cup R1 Germany Franz Brungs 13
1966–67 Bundesliga 1 34 12 10 12 43 50 34 10th QR Inter-Cities Fairs Cup R1 Germany Franz Brungs 12
1967–68 Bundesliga 1 34 19 9 6 71 37 47 1st QF Germany Franz Brungs 25
1968–69 Bundesliga 1 34 9 11 14 45 55 29 17th SF Intertoto Cup W Germany Hans Küppers 10
European Cup R1
1969–70 Regionalliga Süd 2 38 24 9 5 64 29 57 3rd SF Germany Dieter Nüssing 14
1970–71 Regionalliga Süd 2 36 23 9 4 81 39 55 1st[K] Germany Manfred Drexler (de) 16
1971–72 Regionalliga Süd 2 36 12 10 14 49 62 34 9th Austria August Starek 13
1972–73 Regionalliga Süd 2 34 17 7 10 61 52 41 5th Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miodrag Petrović 16
1973–74 Regionalliga Süd 2 34 18 8 8 63 42 44 2nd[L] R2 Germany Dieter Nüssing 15
1974–75 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 38 17 8 13 70 52 42 6th R2 Germany Hans Walitza 21
1975–76 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 38 24 6 8 78 42 54 2nd[M] R3 Germany Dieter Nüssing
Germany Hans Walitza
21
1976–77 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 38 18 13 7 77 51 49 5th QF Germany Hans Walitza 21
1977–78 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 38 22 9 7 75 46 53 2nd[N] R1 Germany Horst Weyerich (de) 14
1978–79 Bundesliga 1 34 8 8 18 36 67 24 17th SF Germany Detlef Szymanek (de)
Germany Horst Weyerich (de)
5
1979–80 2. Bundesliga Süd 2 40 26 9 5 88 38 61 1st R3 Germany Herbert Heidenreich 13
1980–81 Bundesliga 1 34 11 6 17 47 57 28 14th R3 Germany Georg Volkert 10
1981–82 Bundesliga 1 34 11 6 17 53 72 28 13th RU Germany Werner Heck (de) 14
1982–83 Bundesliga 1 34 11 6 17 44 70 28 14th R2 Germany Werner Heck (de) 11
1983–84 Bundesliga 1 34 6 2 26 38 85 14 18th R1 Germany Manfred Burgsmüller 12
1984–85 2. Bundesliga 2 38 23 4 11 71 45 50 1st R2 Intertoto Cup GS Germany Dieter Eckstein 12
1985–86 Bundesliga 1 34 12 5 17 51 54 29 12th R2 Germany Dieter Eckstein 12
1986–87 Bundesliga 1 34 12 11 11 62 62 35 9th R2 Norway Jörn Andersen 14
1987–88 Bundesliga 1 34 13 11 10 44 40 37 5th R3 Germany Dieter Eckstein 15
1988–89 Bundesliga 1 34 8 10 16 36 54 26 14th R2 UEFA Cup R1 Germany Martin Wagner 7
1989–90 Bundesliga 1 34 11 11 12 42 46 33 8th R2 Germany Reiner Wirsching (de) 7
1990–91 Bundesliga 1 34 10 9 15 40 54 29 15th R2 Germany Jörg Dittwar
Germany Marc Oechler
7
1991–92 Bundesliga 1 38 18 7 13 54 51 43 7th R2 Germany Dieter Eckstein 12
1992–93 Bundesliga 1 34 10 8 16 30 47 28 13th QF Germany Dieter Eckstein 10
1993–94 Bundesliga 1 34 10 8 16 41 55 28 16th R2 Argentina Sergio Zárate 13
1994–95 2. Bundesliga 2 34 8 14 12 38 47 30 15th R1 Iceland Arnar Gunnlaugsson 8
1995–96 2. Bundesliga 2 34 9 12 13 33 40 33[O] 17th QF United States Joe-Max Moore 8
1996–97 Regionalliga Süd 3 34 25 5 4 75 26 80 1st R2 Mittelfranken Cup RU Germany Markus Kurth 16
1997–98 2. Bundesliga 2 34 17 8 9 52 35 59 3rd R1 Germany Michael Wiesinger 11
1998–99 Bundesliga 1 34 7 16 11 40 50 37 16th R2 Republic of Macedonia Saša Ćirić 13
1999–00 2. Bundesliga 2 34 15 10 9 54 46 55 4th R1 Bulgaria Dimtcho Beliakov 14
2000–01 2. Bundesliga 2 34 20 5 9 58 35 65 1st R3 Germany Martin Driller 11
2001–02 Bundesliga 1 34 10 4 20 34 57 34 15th R1 Germany Cacau 6
2002–03 Bundesliga 1 34 8 6 20 33 60 30 17th R3 Republic of Macedonia Saša Ćirić 12
2003–04 2. Bundesliga 2 34 18 7 9 68 45 61 1st R2 Slovakia Marek Mintál 18
2004–05 Bundesliga 1 34 10 8 16 55 63 38 14th R2 Slovakia Marek Mintál 24
2005–06 Bundesliga 1 34 12 8 14 49 51 44 8th R3 Slovakia Róbert Vittek 16
2006–07 Bundesliga 1 34 11 15 8 43 32 48 6th W Russia Ivan Saenko 9
2007–08 Bundesliga 1 34 7 10 17 35 51 31 16th R2 UEFA Cup R32 DFL-Ligapokal SF Bosnia and Herzegovina Zvjezdan Misimović 10
2008–09 2. Bundesliga 2 34 16 12 6 51 29 60 3rd[P] R2 Slovakia Marek Mintál 16
2009–10 Bundesliga 1 34 8 7 19 32 58 31 16th[Q] R2 Switzerland Albert Bunjaku 12
2010–11 Bundesliga 1 34 13 8 13 45 47 47 6th QF Germany Christian Eigler 8
2011–12 Bundesliga 1 34 12 6 16 38 49 42 10th R3 Czech Republic Tomáš Pekhart
Germany Daniel Didavi
9
2012–13 Bundesliga 1 34 11 11 12 39 47 44 10th R1 Sweden Per Nilsson 6
2013–14 Bundesliga 1 34 5 11 18 37 70 26 17th R1 Switzerland Josip Drmić 17
2014–15 2. Bundesliga 2 34 13 6 15 42 47 45 9th R1 Slovakia Jakub Sylvestr 9
2015–16 2. Bundesliga 2 34 19 8 7 68 41 65 3rd[R] R3 Germany Niclas Füllkrug 14
2016–17 2. Bundesliga 2 34 12 6 16 46 52 42 12th R2 Austria Guido Burgstaller 14

Notes[edit]

A. ^ Nürnberg qualified for the South German Championship, but chose not to participate.
B. ^ Defeated MTV München 1879 to qualify for the South German Championship.
C. ^ Defeated Bayern Munich and MTV Augsburg to qualify for the South German Championship.
D. ^ Defeated MTV München 1879 to qualify for the South German Championship.
E. ^ Failed to qualify for the South German Championship, finishing 2nd behind Bayern Munich in the group.
F. ^ Failed to qualify for the South German Championship, losing to Bayern Munich.
G. ^ Failed to qualify for the South German Championship, losing to SpVgg Fürth. However, they qualified for the German Championship as defending champions.
H. ^ The championship was awarded to Hamburg after Nürnberg were reduced to seven men in the final. HSV later declined the title.
I. ^ Defeated SpVgg Fürth in a playoff to win the league, after both sides finished level on points.
J. ^ Qualified for the German Championship as the best second or third placed side in the Bezirksliga Bayern.
K. ^ Finished 4th in the promotion play-off group.
L. ^ Finished 2nd in the promotion play-off group.
M. ^ Lost to Borussia Dortmund in the promotion play-off.
N. ^ Defeated Rot-Weiss Essen in the promotion play-off.
O. ^ Nürnberg were deducted 6 points for a breach of the licensing regulations.
P. ^ Defeated Energie Cottbus in the promotion/relegation play-off.
Q. ^ Defeated Augsburg in the promotion/relegation play-off.
R. ^ Lost to Eintracht Frankfurt in the promotion/relegation play-off.

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