Freiburg FC

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Freiburg FC
Club crest
Basic data
Surname Freiburg Football Club 1897 e. V.
Seat Freiburg in Breisgau
founding December 17, 1897
Colours Red White
President Marita Hennemann
Board Jean-Jacques Suhas
First soccer team
Head coach Joschua Moser-Fendel
Venue Freiburg stadium in Dietenbach
Places 3000
league Oberliga Baden-Württemberg
2018/19 2nd place ( Association League South Baden )
Sports facilities with clubhouse and restaurant in Dietenbachpark (2013)

The Freiburger FC is the oldest football club in Freiburg . The association, which has around 670 members, was founded in 1897. The highlight of the club's history was winning the German championship in 1907 . From 1977 to 1982 Freiburg FC played in the 2nd Bundesliga .


History of origin

An English military school was founded in Freiburg around 1880. Young men between the ages of 16 and 20 were trained to serve as infantry officers. Part of the training included sporting activities in the form of soccer , hockey , cricket and rugby . For this purpose, two meadows on the Black Forest Road were leased in 1889. Freiburg students observed the previously unknown sports. Since no special equipment is required for soccer, this sport could easily be replayed.

The first Freiburg football club was founded in “Nägelesee”. This was more a loose association of students from a number of Freiburg schools than an association in the current sense. In the early 1890s, several clubs were created in which football was played: the "Association for the Promotion of Popular and Youth Games", the "Freiburg High School Football Club" and the "Freiburg High School Association". The football players in Freiburg at that time included the later Chancellor Joseph Wirth and the later city treasurer of Berlin, Ernst Karding . In October 1897, FC Basel invited the as yet non-existent FC Freiburg to a showdown.

As a result, the Freiburg football club was founded on December 17, 1897. The first chairman was the British student Gustav Manning , who was studying in Freiburg . The club members were mostly students. The FFC played its first game on January 2, 1898 at Strasbourg FK and lost it 1: 3 with Kewitsch - Wagner, George - Ernst Schottelius, Manning, Liefmann - Schilling, Hoog, Hunn, B. Schottelius, Specht ("Kewitsch “Was possibly a pseudonym Kardings). It was not a championship game.

The Freiburg FC was one of the founding clubs of the German Football Association (DFB) .

History until 1945

Former coat of arms

With the achievement of the southern German championship ( 1899 ) one was already successful after a year of existence. The FFC beat 1. FC Pforzheim 6-1 in the final. The popularity of the team following the championship made it necessary to look for a larger sports area. Since Freiburg was a garrison town, the parade ground could also be used, but military exercises had priority and on parade days it was not possible to play. In 1899 the students of the English military school were called back to England as a result of the Boer War , whereupon in 1903 the more centrally located and more suitable sports fields of the military school could be used by the FFC.

Memorial stone of the FFC for comrades who fell in the world wars (2013)

The greatest sporting success of the team in the 1905/06 season was winning the Gaume Championship, again against the Strasbourg FV. This success was repeated in the 1906/07 season with victories against Strasbourg FV and FC Mulhouse (8: 0 points, 24: 4 goals). The district championship could be won through victories against the Karlsruher FV and the Stuttgarter Kickers . In the fight for the southern German championship, FC Hanau 93 and 1. FC Nürnberg were eliminated. Thus the FFC was qualified for the German championship in 1907. In Nuremberg, VfB Leipzig were defeated 3-2, in the final in Mannheim finally BFC Viktoria 1889 was defeated 3-1 (1-1 at halftime) in front of 2,000 spectators. The team disintegrated quickly after this success, since most of the players were students and some left Freiburg after completing their studies. The championship title could not be defended in 1907/08 . Although the FFC defeated the Stuttgarter Kickers 1-0 in the first round, the game had to be repeated due to a questionable referee decision. The Stuttgart team won the replay 5-2.

In the following years, Freiburg FC was still the most successful team from South Baden. The next title was the championship in the Kreisliga Südwest (1920), but in the games for the southern German championship they were eliminated in the semi-finals.

The Möslestadion was inaugurated in 1922 .

It took another ten years for the Freiburg FC to win their next title (1930 champions of the Württemberg / Baden district league, Baden group). In the games for the southern German championship, however, only the last place among 8 teams remained.

In 1933 Freiburg FC qualified for the newly created Gauliga Baden . In this league, the club held until 1945, without achieving major success.

Post war history

After the Second World War , the previous clubs had to be dissolved and the Freiburg FC was re-established as Fortuna Freiburg.

First, the qualification for the zone league, the top division in the French zone of occupation, was missed. However, just one year later, Fortuna Freiburg was back in the top class in 1947. In 1949 the championship was won in the group south of the zone league. In the finals for the zone championship , however, they failed because of the champions of the northern group, 1. FC Kaiserslautern .

In 1950 the southern group of the zone league was dissolved and the clubs from southern Baden joined the southern regional association. Fortuna Freiburg, which was renamed Freiburg FC in November 1949, played from then on in Division II .

On August 4th, the wooden grandstand of the Möslestadion burned down. The master pennant from 1907 burned in the flames, as did numerous documents. Since the regional gymnastics festival was to take place in Freiburg in 1954 , the construction of a larger sports facility at the same location was quickly started.

After the championship title in the 2nd League South (1956), the Freiburg FC played for one season (1956/57) in the Oberliga Süd , at that time the top division in Germany. Since you couldn't get beyond the last place, you played again in the 2nd League South from 1957 to 1963.

1963–1973: Stable second class in the Regionalliga Süd

Seasonal balance sheets 1963–1973
Playtime league step space Points
1963/64 Regional league south 2 10. 37:39
1964/65 Regional league south 2 11. 35:37
1965/66 Regional league south 2 15th 29:39
1966/67 Regional league south 2 07th 37:31
1967/68 Regional league south 2 09. 36:32
1968/69 Regional league south 2 02. 43:25
1969 Promotion round to 1st BL - 02. 11: 05
1969/70 Regional league south 2 06th 40:36
1970/71 Regional league south 2 09. 37:35
1971/72 Regional league south 2 06th 37:35
1972/73 Regional league south 2 15th 29:39

The introduction of the Bundesliga in 1963 was accompanied by a fundamental reform of the DFB's leagues and the regional league replaced the second league south. FFC qualified for the new Regionalliga Süd as fifth in the 2nd division in 1962/63 . In the opening season of the new league, the club held up well under coach Hans Wendlandt .

After Wendlandt finished his second tenure at the FFC at the end of the season to go back to Schwarz-Weiß Essen (1971-73 he should then return to the Möslestadion for a third and final term), Vladimir Beara took over as coach in Breisgau. His first season as head coach of FC Freiburg ended in 11th place also in the middle of the Regional - in that season, the club was direct witness of the beginning of a great career: It achieved Gerd Müller in the 2:11 home defeat of the FFC against Bayern Munich be first point goal for Bayern. The second season under Beara was much less successful - in the meantime only before the hopeless VfR Pforzheim slipped to the penultimate place in the table, the FFC had to tremble until the end and in the end only achieved relegation thanks to the better goal difference compared to ESV Ingolstadt .

As a result, Beara was exchanged for Fred Hoffmann , who led the club into the top half of the table in the two years of his tenure in Freiburg - despite slipping to the bottom of the table after six defeats in a row.

Hoffmann returned to his home in Franconia after two years and Bernd Oles took over for the 1968/69 season . With him, the Freiburg FC played one of the most successful seasons in its history - both in terms of audience popularity and sporty: While the average attendance in the previous season was 3,200, they started with 5,000 spectators and a 5-3 win against Hessen Kassel in the new season. The Baden derby against Karlsruher SC welcomed 13,000 spectators, 15,000 at the last home game against SSV Reutlingen , in which the FFC secured second place in the final table tied behind the Karlsruhe team - on average, over 7,500 spectators attended the 17 home games of the Visited FFC. As a runner-up in the regional league, you had at the same time bought your ticket for the promotion round to the 1st BL .

There the Freiburg FC started perfectly with three opening wins at Hertha Zehlendorf , at VfB Lübeck and with a 3-1 win against Rot-Weiß Oberhausen in front of 22,000 spectators in the sold-out Möslestadion. Two defeats against SV Alsenborn then made for a real final on the last matchday at RW Oberhausen. Due to the better goal difference, Oberhausen reached a draw in this game, Freiburg had to win to make the promotion perfect. Despite the best chances, the game ended 0-0 and so the FFC finished the promotion round tied with Oberhausen, who celebrated promotion, in second place.

In the three following years, the club then only reached places in the upper midfield of the regional league under the coaches Bernd Oles, Fritz Langner (1969/70), Hans Pilz (1970/71) and the returned Hans Wendlandt (1971/72). In 1972 the head of the Freiburg regional finance office, Achim Stocker , offered the FFC to use its good relationships with possible donors. An offer that Hugo Steim's board of management at the time turned down. Stocker then became more involved with SC Freiburg , which he was to lead as president until his death in 2009 and gradually introduced the changing of the guard in Freiburg football.

In 1972/73, the FFC narrowly escaped relegation from the regional league and wore three coaches in one season.

1973–1982: Between second and third division

Seasonal balance sheets 1973–1982
Playtime league step space Points
1973/74 Regional league south 2 17th 20:48
1974/75 1st Amateur League South Baden 3 06th 43:33
1975/76 1st Amateur League South Baden 3 03. 50:18
1976/77 1st Amateur League South Baden 3 01. 60: 08
1977 Promotion round to the 2nd BL - 01. 12: 00
1977/78 2nd Bundesliga South 2 13. 35:41
1978/79 2nd Bundesliga South 2 13. 33:43
1979/80 2nd Bundesliga South 2 09. 43:37
1980/81 2nd Bundesliga South 2 10. 39:37
1981/82 2nd Bundesliga 2 19th 23:53
green background: ascent
orange background: descent

Before the 1973/74 regional league season, the starting position for Freiburg FC was clear. The necessary points from the past five years to qualify for the 2nd Bundesliga, which was introduced in the following season, had already been collected. The only condition that the club now had to meet to qualify for the new second division was a non-relegation place in the 1973/74 season. But that was missed under coach Hans Hipp, after the FFC could not win a single away game in the second half of the season for the first time since 1950, they landed on the penultimate place in the table in the Regionalliga Süd and had to go to the 1st Amateur League South Baden. At the same time the club was depressed by 800,000 DM.

This was the first time in a long time that Freiburg FC played in the same league as SC Freiburg in 1974/75 . As a coach Gyula Lóránt was committed, who should organize the direct promotion. After a short time he gave up his office again because he could not penetrate the team with his methods and was replaced by Wolf-Dieter Siebert. At the end of the season they came in a disappointing sixth place - measured against the demand for promotion - that was four places below their local rivals.

In the spring of 1975 Rolf Jankovsky took over the office of chairman at the FFC. Under his aegis, coach Wolf-Dieter Siebert was initially left in office and the club reached third place in the table in 1975/76 despite the mixed preliminary round. The new president was also a patron of the association and filled some gaps in the budget from his own resources - the total amount of his grants will probably remain unknown, as Jankovsky did not inform anyone about it - something that would later cause serious problems at the FFC .

After two seasons in which they had missed the rise, they sat 1976/77 back to a prominent Coach: Former assistant to Sepp Herberger , Georg Gawliczek , took command in Möslestadion. He and his team, which had not changed significantly compared to the previous season, achieved the longed-for promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga. With a 13 point lead over the second - SC Freiburg - the FFC became champions of the 1st Amateur League South Baden and survived the subsequent round of promotion without losing points.

The first second division season 1977/78 was - as before under coach Gawliczek - finished in 13th place. After that, unsettled times broke out in the coaching bench, under the coaches Norbert Wagner and Milovan Beljin (1978/79), Anton Rudinsky and Bernd Hoss (1979/80) and under Bernd Hoss (1980/81) the club remained in the middle of the second football team -Bundesliga - sometimes before, sometimes behind the local rivals, who also moved up to the second division in 1978.

Rolf Jankovsky died in 1980, which meant that the time when budget holes were filled from the chairman's private assets were over. His successors, Gerhard Schneider and Dieter Renner, tried to secure the association financially by means of private guarantees, but after Schneider had to go bankrupt with his company, his guarantee was not covered.

From the 1980/81 season onwards, the FFC only got the license under strict conditions. Nevertheless, they qualified for the new single-track second division in 1980/81. For 1981/82, Horst Heese , a prominent coach, was hired again, but he was dismissed in March 1982 because the club found itself in the relegation zone of the second division. But even his successors Hans Linsenmaier (interim) and Siegfried Melzig could not achieve any lasting improvement - as penultimate in the table, Freiburg FC was relegated to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg.

This also parted the ways of the Freiburg clubs. The SC Freiburg remained in the 2. Bundesliga and has established itself after several seasons in the 1. Bundesliga (since 1993) now höherklassig.

1982–1990: From promotion candidate to relegation

Seasonal balance sheets 1982–1990
Playtime league step space Points
1982/83 Oberliga BW 3 06th 0043:29
1983/84 Oberliga BW 3 01. 49:19
1984 Promotion round to the 2nd BL - 03. 3: 9
1984/85 Oberliga BW 3 08th. 36:32
1985/86 Oberliga BW 3 02. 44:28
1986/87 Oberliga BW 3 04th 40:28
1987/88 Oberliga BW 3 02. 43:25
1988/89 Oberliga BW 3 09. 36:32
1989/90 Oberliga BW 3 18th 18:50
highlighted in orange: descent

After relegation to the amateur league of Baden-Württemberg, Freiburg FC initially shuttled between the midfield of the league and the top spots every two years. In 1982/83 the FFC qualified for the DFB Cup , but was eliminated in the first round against RW Lüdenscheid . It was to be the last participation in the DFB Cup for nine years.

In 1982/83 the club faced bankruptcy for the first time. The financial chaos that the late former chairman Rolf Jankovsky had left behind, combined with falling audience interest, led to a debt level of at least 1.8 million DM. Therefore, the new board of directors around Franz Burkhart wanted to file for bankruptcy, but at the last minute the "Donatorenverein" donated once more money and well-meaning creditors contributed to the club, on the other hand the players waived 40% of their earnings and thirdly there was a campaign “Save the FFC”. With this exertion the bankruptcy could be prevented. Just one and a half years later it was reported that the debt had been reduced to DM 600,000.

In 1984 they reached the championship of the amateur league Baden-Württemberg, but failed in the promotion games to the 2nd Bundesliga as well as TSV 1860 Munich at FC 08 Homburg and VfR Bürstadt . Among the players who played for the FFC at that time was the future coach of SC Freiburg, Christian Streich .

In 1986 and 1988, the Freiburg FC just barely missed participation in the respective promotion rounds with second place and thus qualified for participation in the German amateur championship . At the same time, audience interest in the club's games slowly waned. Particularly significant attendance losses had to be accepted at the games for the German amateur championship: In 1986, despite a first leg defeat against Wormatia Worms , 4,000 spectators came to the first round second leg in the Möslestadion, two years later, despite a first leg victory against Eintracht Trier, only 400 spectators were able to attend the second leg first round welcome.

After a midfield position in 1989, it went a class lower in 1990 - in the Association League South Baden. In both 1988/89 and 1989/90 the club wore out three coaches per season, but that could not stop the decline.

The 1990s: further decline

Seasonal balances 1990–2000
Playtime league step space Points
1990/91 Association League South Baden 4th 01. 0052
1991/92 Oberliga BW 3 04th 42
1992/93 Oberliga BW 3 10. 34
1993/94 Oberliga BW 3 18th 25th
1994/95 Association League South Baden 5 03. 39
1995/96 Association League South Baden 5 05. 64
1996/97 Association League South Baden 5 09. 39
1997/98 Association League South Baden 5 06th 0050
1998/99 Association League South Baden 5 13. 29
1999/2000 Landesliga Südbaden Season II 6th 02. 53
green background: ascent
orange background: descent
until 1994/95: plus points according to the 2-point rule

The 1990s began for the club with an ascent, the return to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg , but overall the decline of the club continued - and so the 1991/92 season was also the most successful season of the club in this decade. As the winner of the Südbadischer Vereinspokal in 1991/92, they qualified for the DFB Cup for the penultimate time and only failed there in the round of 16 against eventual German champions VfB Stuttgart . The last participation in the DFB Cup so far took place in the following season, but already failed after a bye in the first round in the second round at 1. FSV Mainz 05 .

A year later they only reached a midfield position in the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg, another season after that, the fourth division for the Freiburg FC was over. Ironically, in the first Bundesliga year of the local rivals , the FFC said goodbye to the top division in the Association League South Baden . Through this descent, the FFC lost two league levels, since the regional leagues were the new third league level in German professional football for the 1994/95 season. In the association league you could stay in the top group for the first two years, followed by two years in the midfield of the league before it went to the - then sixth class - Landesliga Südbaden for the first time at the end of the 1998/99 season.

In 1999, local rivals SC Freiburg were looking for a suitable site for their Freiburg football school . The Freiburg FC was made an offer to take over the Möslestadions, which they could not refuse due to its poor financial situation, which had been exacerbated by the first-time relegation to the national league. In its last season in the Möslestadion, the Freiburg FC was able to achieve direct promotion back to the association league and was thus again fifth class.

2000–2010: Fall into seventh class

Seasonal balances 2000–2010
Playtime league step space Points
2000/01 Association League South Baden 5 10. 0027
2001/02 Association League South Baden 5 10. 0036
2002/03 Association League South Baden 5 06th 42
2003/04 Association League South Baden 5 07th 45
2004/05 Association League South Baden 5 05. 46
2005/06 Association League South Baden 5 11. 35
2006/07 Association League South Baden 5 06th 46
2007/08 Association League South Baden 5 04th 53
2008/09 Association League South Baden 6th 13. 33
2009/10 Landesliga Südbaden Season II 7th 03. 57
highlighted in orange: descent

At the same time as the direct resurgence in the association league, the move to the Schönberg stadium of Blau-Weiß Wiehre took place in 2000 .

In January 2001, the former player of local rivals SC Freiburg , Maximilian Heidenreich , took over as coach at Freiburg FC. He was able to establish the club in the association league and in 2004/05, 2006/07 and 2007/08 lead it into the (expanded) top tier of the league. Since at the end of the 2007/08 season the promotion to the upper league was missed, the FFC again lost a league level, since the introduction of the 3rd soccer league moved all lower classes one league level lower.

In March 2008 it was announced that the FFC was again on the verge of bankruptcy. In order to be able to maintain the game operations in the second half of the season, funds of 50,000 euros were necessary at short notice. The rental costs for the Schönberg Stadium were cited as the main reason for the poor financial situation.

In April 2008 it was announced that the tour de force of collecting money was successful and the continued existence of the association is assured. At the same time, Maximilian Heidenreich was dismissed without notice on April 8, 2008, after he had discussed himself as the new board member the week before. With over seven years in office, Heidenreich was the longest reigning head coach in the club's 110-year history.

The traditional club has had a home again since July 2008. The board of directors, led by Giuseppe Lombardo, was able to secure the Dietenbachpark stadium after long negotiations with the city. The "Freiburg" stadium, as it was then renamed (after the Freiburg Pilsner), is intended to provide the club with new sources of income. A ten-year contract was signed with the Ganter brewery .

In terms of sport, however, things went downhill in the 2008/09 season. The team occupied 13th place in the league table and had to relegate fourth from bottom in the regional league. This means that the traditional club FFC only played seventh-class in the 2009/10 season. The club narrowly missed the intended return to the association league in the 2009/10 season. In the national league, the FFC finished third on points with the second FC Teningen and thus missed the participation in the promotion round to the association league.

After 2010: From the state to the top division

Season balance 2010–
Playtime league step space Points
2010/11 Landesliga Südbaden Season II 7th 03. 68
2011/12 Landesliga Südbaden Season II 7th 02. 59
2012/13 Association League South Baden 6th 08th. 41
2013/14 Association League South Baden 6th 01. 78
2014/15 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 5 15th 31
2015/16 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 5 13. 42
2016/17 Association League South Baden 6th 02. 76
2017/18 Association League South Baden 6th 02. 80
2018/19 Association League South Baden 6th 02. 74
2019/20 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg 5 nb nb
green background: ascent
orange background: descent

Also in the 2010/11 season, the FFC was third in its national league relay. In its third national league season in a row, 2011/12, the FFC jumped on the last match day to the second place in the table of its national league relay and was able to prevail in the promotion round to the association league against FC Radolfzell and SC Offenburg . After three years of abstinence, the FFC played again in the Association League South Baden in the 2012/13 season . In the association league season 2013/14, the FFC was able to win the championship title three game days before the end of the season and thus rose to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg . The 15th place in the league season 2015/16 was enough to stay in the league. Since six clubs had to relegate at the end of the 2015/16 league season , 13th place meant relegation to the Südbaden Association. In the 2016/17 season, the FFC reached the runner-up in the Verbandsliga Südbaden (behind FC Villingen), which qualified for the promotion round to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg - after an overall victory against Fortuna Heddesheim (Nordbaden), the FFC failed at TSG Backnang (Verbandsliga Württemberg). In the 2017/18 season, the FFC was runner-up in the Verbandsliga Südbaden (behind SV Linx ), defeated Fortuna Heddesheim in the promotion round to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg, and failed at TSV Ilshofen . In the 2018/19 season, the FFC reached the runner-up in the Verbandsliga Südbaden (behind FC Rielasingen-Arlen ) for the third time in a row , with Fortuna Heddesheim again in the promotion round to the Oberliga (third in the Verbandsliga Nordbaden, as VfB Gartenstadt as Master renounced promotion) was the first opponent. After an overall result of 7-2 in favor of Freiburg, the last two games against the Württemberg representative FSV Hollenbach were 2-2 and 5-1, which meant the return to the league after three seasons. On October 28, 2019, coach Ralf Eckert resigned after 10 years of service.


The FFC has played on the sports field on Schwarzwaldstrasse on the eastern edge of the city since 1898 . Students from the English Military School had been playing football there since 1889. The first international football match was held in a Freiburg venue in 1913 on this sports field, which could hold up to 6,000 spectators . The German national team lost to Switzerland 1: 2. Today the Alte Messeplatz and the town hall are located on this site . In 1922 the FFC moved to the new Möslestadion . In 2000 the club moved to the Schönberg Stadium , and since 2008 he has been playing in the Freiburg Stadium in Dietenbach (Contempo Stadium).

Greatest successes

Freiburg FC player in the German national team

  • Josef Glaser wore the national team's jersey five times: in 1909 against England and against Switzerland, in 1910 against Belgium, in 1912 against Switzerland and Russia (this game ended with a 16-0 win for Germany). Glaser was the captain of the German team in three of the five international matches.
  • Heiner Mechling played against Switzerland for Germany in 1912 and 1913. In the first game, he scored a goal at the age of 19. The First World War prevented further missions in the national team.
  • Ernst Bantle played in the national team against Hungary in 1924.

Other sports

In addition to the largest division, football, numerous other divisions were created within the FFC.


The handball department was founded in 1922. In the 1936/37 season the men's large field team played in the Baden Gauliga. Another success was winning the Baden Cup. In the meantime, the handball department has been outsourced as HSG Freiburg .


The athletics department was founded shortly after the FFC was founded. Successful athletes in the department were Wolrad Eberle , who won the bronze medal in the decathlon at the 1932 Olympic Games , or Karl Sutter , who became European champion in the pole vault in Paris in 1938 .


In 1923 the tennis department was founded. The old tennis courts on Lorettostraße were converted into allotment gardens, and new courts were created in Möslepark. In 1929 the department became independent and called itself TC Rot-Weiß Freiburg.


In 1957 the badminton department was created . In 1960 the team won the South Baden team championship.

Other departments

Other departments under the umbrella of the FFC were the boxing department (1950 to ???), hockey (1902 to 1945), ring tennis (1929 to around 1945) and table tennis .


A chronological overview of all trainers.

from to Nat. Trainer
1950 1951 GermanyGermany Hans Roggow (player-coach)
Andreas Minkert
1953 1957 GermanyGermany Hans Wendlandt
1957 1958 GermanyGermany Emil Melcher
1961 1964 GermanyGermany Hans Wendlandt
1964 1966 CroatiaCroatia Vladimir Beara
1966 1968 GermanyGermany Alfred Hoffmann
1968 1969 GermanyGermany Bernd Oles
1969 1970 GermanyGermany Bernd Oles
Fritz Langner
1970 1971 GermanyGermany Hans Pilz
1971 1972 GermanyGermany Hans Wendlandt
1972 1973 GermanyGermany Hans Wendlandt
Werner Bickelhaupt
1973 1974 GermanyGermany Hans Hipp
Rudolf Reitmayer
1974 1975 HungaryHungary Gyula Lóránt
Wolf-Dieter Siebert
1975 1976 GermanyGermany Wolf-Dieter Siebert
1976 1978 GermanyGermany Georg Gawliczek
1978 1979 Norbert Wagner
Karl-Heinz Bente
Milovan Beljin
1979 1980 SerbiaSerbia
Anton Rudinski
Bernd Hoss
1980 1981 GermanyGermany Bernd Hoss
1981 1982 GermanyGermany Horst Heese
Hans Linsenmaier
Siegfried Melzig
1982 1983 GermanyGermany Hans Linsenmaier
1983 1985 GermanyGermany Lutz Hangartner
1985 1988 GermanyGermany Ulrich brother
1988 1989 GermanyGermany Werner Nickel
Roland-Peter Helde
Walter Güntner
1989 1990 GermanyGermany Walter Güntner
Michael Lameck
Uwe Ehret
1990 1993 GermanyGermany Uwe Ehret
1993 1994 PolandPoland
Stefan Majewski
Karl-Heinz Schulz
Uwe Ehret
1994 1995 GermanyGermany Uwe Ehret
Achim Hausen
1996 1997 GermanyGermany Achim Hausen
Jürgen Marek
1997 1998 GermanyGermany Jürgen Marek
1998 1999 GermanyGermany Norbert Wagner
Achim Hausen
1999 2000 GermanyGermany Thomas Rieger
2000 2001 GermanyGermany Jochen Schütz
Thomas Swiss
Maximilian Heidenreich
2001 2007 GermanyGermany Maximilian Heidenreich
2007 2008 GermanyGermany Maximilian Heidenreich
Richard Dura
2008 2009 GermanyGermany Kurt Schwald
Richard Dura
2009 2019 GermanyGermany Ralf Eckert
2019 GermanyGermany Joschua Moser-Fendel


  • 80 years of Freiburger Fußball-Club e. V .: 1897-1977 ; Festschrift. Ed .: Freiburger Fußball-Club e. V. Freiburg. Editor: Hugo Dietrich. Freiburg im Breisgau: Freiburg football club, 1977; DNB 800794257
  • 100 years of FFC: 1897–1997: a piece of Freiburg city history . Freiburg football club, Freiburg i. Br., 1997.

Web links

Commons : Freiburger FC  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Saskia Gregorius (editor): Feelings that are difficult to describe . Catalog for the major state exhibition of the House of History Baden-Württemberg in the Kunsthaus am Schlossplatz in Stuttgart. March 28 to July 11, 2010, Stuttgart 2010, page 22. “On November 17, 1888, the Heidelberg College Football Club was a guest at the English Football Club Freiburg. In Freiburg there were u. a. an English military school and thus potential players for cricket, football and rugby. It is the oldest surviving national association football game in southwest Germany and ended 2-2. "
  2. Match report in Sport im Bild No. 2/1898, p. 23.
  3. ^ FFC-History: Season 1963/64
  4. ^ FFC-History: Season 1964/65
  5. ^ FFC: Gerd Müller ; Retrieved June 30, 2012.
  6. ^ FFC history: 1965/66 season
  7. ^ FFC history: 1967/68 season
  8. ^ FFC history: 1968/69 season
  9. ^ FFC-History: Promotion round 1969 ; Retrieved June 30, 2012.
  10. ^ FFC history: 1972/73 season
  11. FFC History: 1973/74 season ; Retrieved June 27, 2012.
  12. ^ FFC history: 1974/75 season
  13. ^ FFC: Statistics since 1976 ( Memento from January 31, 2013 in the Internet Archive ); Retrieved June 27, 2012.
  14. ^ FFC-History: 1975/76 season
  15. ^ FFC History: 1982/83 season ; (Kicker article at the bottom of the page), accessed June 27, 2012.
  16. ^ FFC history: 1976/77 season
  17. ^ FFC history: 1979/80 season
  18. ^ FFC history: 1982/83 season
  19. ^ FFC history: 1980/81 season
  20. ^ FFC history: 1981/82 season
  21. ^ The German Football Archives 1900 – today: Final table Oberliga Baden-Württemberg ; Retrieved June 26, 2012.
  22. FFC-History: 1982/83 season '
  23. FFC-History: 1983/84 season '
  24. ^ FFC-History: Team 1983/84 ; Retrieved June 26, 2012.
  25. ^ FFC: Statistics since 1976 ( Memento from January 31, 2013 in the Internet Archive ); Retrieved June 26, 2012.
  26. ^ FFC: German Amateur Championship ; Retrieved June 26, 2012.
  27. ^ FFC: Statistics since 1976 ( Memento from January 31, 2013 in the Internet Archive ); Retrieved June 26, 2012.
  28. ^ Peter Binninger: Football in South Baden - tables and statistics ( Memento from December 28, 2011 in the Internet Archive ); Retrieved June 25, 2012.
  29. ^ FFC: History of the FFC ; (Page 2), accessed June 25, 2012.
  30. ^ FFC: History of the FFC ( Memento from January 30, 2013 in the Internet Archive ); (Page 1), accessed June 25, 2012.
  31. ^ FFC: The FFC in the DFB Cup ( Memento from June 3, 2012 in the Internet Archive ); Retrieved June 26, 2012.
  32. ^ FFC: History of the FFC ( Memento from January 30, 2013 in the Internet Archive ); (Page 2), accessed June 22, 2012.
  33. Table of the League Association Südbaden 2000/01 ; Retrieved June 22, 2012.
  34. ^ ASC Neuenheim: table of the Association League South Baden 2001/02 ; Retrieved June 22, 2012.
  35. ^ FFC: History of the FFC ( Memento from January 30, 2013 in the Internet Archive ); (Page 2), accessed June 22, 2012.
  36. ^ FFC: Statistics of the FFC since 1976 ( Memento from January 31, 2013 in the Internet Archive ); Retrieved June 22, 2012.
  37. ↑ Club history
  38. Joschua Moser-Fendel takes over for Ralf Eckert at FFC
  39. Location of the former FFC-Platz on Schwarzwaldstraße

Coordinates: 48 ° 0 '12.7 "  N , 7 ° 48' 10.8"  E