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Titles, tears and triumphs: 1. FC Nürnberg can look back on an eventful history, now over 118 years old. The club celebrated its greatest successes in the “golden” 20s, when five of the nine championships were won. Until the 1960s, the club was one of the big names in German football. But with the first descent from the House of Lords in 1969, a decade-long low began. Relegations and scandals shaped the club, which earned the reputation of an elevator team during this time and even crashed into the third-class regional league in 1996. Only in the new millennium did the club consolidate and pick up on old times with the 2007 DFB Cup victory. However, the FCN is still stuck in the elevator today. In 2007/2008 and 2013/2014 – including two coach changes, a winless first half of the season and most recently seven defeats in a row – the club was relegated from the 1st Bundesliga and is the only record relegated in Germany. Since the resurgence in 2017/18, the FCN, together with Arminia Bielefeld, has also been a record climber in the upper house of football. In the summer of 2020, the club only saved itself from relegation with a last-minute hit by Fabian Schleusener and thus remains the second division.
German champions: 1920, 1921, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1936, 1948, 1961, 1968
DFB Cup winners: 1935, 1939, 1962, 2007
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The club squad in the 2020/21 season
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The game association Greuther Fürth celebrated its greatest successes as a football club in the club’s history with three German championship titles in 1914, 1926 and 1929 as SpVgg Fürth. After the Second World War, however, the game association was never able to build on its great successes and consequently did not qualify for the Bundesliga, which was founded in 1963.
With the fall into the national league, the traditional club finally sank into insignificance in the 80s. Things only picked up again in 1994 when they qualified for the newly founded regional league. Two years later, the football department of TSV Vestenbergsgreuth joined SpVgg. Since then, the money worries are a thing of the past, the traditional name SpVgg Fürth was supplemented with the addition Greuther.
The game association has played in the 2nd Bundesliga since 1997 until the longed-for promotion to the Bundesliga was finally achieved in May 2012. There, however, there was no success, so that Fürth has had to play in the lower house again since the 2013/2014 season. The club, popularly known as the “clover leaf”, plays its home games in the venerable Ronhof. A planned new stadium construction on the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal broke down at the end of 2012.
German champions: 1914, 1926, 1929
The Fürth squad in the 2020/21 season
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