FV 04 Würzburg
|FV 04 Würzburg|
|Full name||1. Würzburger
Fußballverein 04 eV
|place||Wurzburg , Bavaria|
|Stadion||Stadium on Frankfurter Strasse|
|Top league||2nd Bundesliga|
|successes||Promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga in 1976|
The club was founded in 1904 as a workers' club and played an important role as the 1st Würzburger FV 04 (also known as FV 04 Würzburg ), especially in the 1920s in Lower Franconian football. For the 1927/28 season , the team rose to the top division at the time, the Bavarian District League, and immediately took fourth place in the northern group. The highlight of the season for the team around national defender Seppel Müller was a 4: 3 against the reigning German champions 1. FC Nürnberg .
When after the seizure of power by the National Socialists in 1933 Gauligen were introduced as a new top flight, was one of the first WFV 04 of the founding members of the Gauliga Bayern , increased but there eleventh of twelve teams immediately into the second division. In the war years she managed to return to the Bavarian upper house twice.
After the war, the 1st Würzburg FV 04 played for many years in the top amateur class, the Amateur League Bavaria , but barely came out of the midfield. Nevertheless, from the beginning of the 1950s, after the first successful phase towards the end of the 1920s, the 1. WFV 04 consolidated its position as the second force in Würzburg football alongside local rivals Würzburger Kickers .
It was not until the 1970s that professional football in Würzburg experienced an upswing when 1. WFV 04 rose to the 2. Bundesliga in 1976 (and local rivals Würzburger Kickers did the same in the following year). The team was in the second division season 1977/78 one of six Franconian clubs in the second division south. Ultimately, the team, for which the former national player Lothar Emmerich also competed in this round , was unable to maintain its position permanently in the professional field and in 1980 was relegated to the amateur league.
In May 1981, the over-indebted club filed for bankruptcy, it was followed by the farewell to national football and as a result, the club was dissolved. The Würzburger FV was founded as the successor association . A short time later, you also had to leave the stadium on Frankfurter Strasse , which became the new home of the DJK Würzburg .
- District League North Bavaria / Bavaria (then top division): 1927-1933
- Gauliga Bayern : 1933/34
- State League Bavaria / I. Amateur League / Bayern League : 1950–1957, 1960–1963, 1964–1966, 1970–1976, 1980–1981
- 2nd Bundesliga South : 1976–1980
Games in the DFB Cup
- 1977/78 : FV 04 Würzburg - Jahn Regensburg 1-0
- 1977/78 : TuS Langerwehe - FV 04 Würzburg 1-0 afterwards
- 1978/79 : FV 04 Würzburg - Hertha BSC 0: 2 a.d.
- 1979/80 : FC Vilshofen - FV 04 Würzburg 2: 3 n.V.
- 1979/80 : FC Homburg - FV 04 Würzburg 5-0
- 1980/81 : ASC Dudweiler - FV 04 Würzburg 0-1
- 1980/81 : Hertha BSC - FV 04 Würzburg 4-1
- Lothar Emmerich , German national player (1966), played for FV 04 in the 1976/77 season
- Friedhelm Groppe , 1966 European Cup winner with Borussia Dortmund , active for FV 04 from 1972
- "Seppel" Müller , German national player in the 1920s, joined FV 04 in 1927
- Günter Fürhoff , 1978–1980 with FV 04, 153-time Bundesliga player for Rot-Weiss Essen
- Josef "Sepp" Weiß , 1978–1980 with FV 04, world and European cup winner with FC Bayern Munich in the 1970s
- Siegfried Breunig: 75 years of the 1st Würzburg football club 04 eV Max-Verlag, 1979.
- Elfriede Hüttner: Studies on the history of the 1st Würzburg soccer club 04th 1979.