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Liga for the first time. Since , Kaiserslautern's stadium has been the Fritz-Walter-Stadion , named after the captain of the West German national team who won the world title in Two of the club's predecessors, Bavaria and FC Kaiserslautern, were part of the Westkreis-Liga I when this league was formed in , with the latter winning the first league.
From through , the new FV Kaiserslautern performed well, finishing runners-up in and The team reached tier-one in the new Kreisliga Saar in , the Kreisliga Pfalz in and the Bezirksliga Rhein-Saar in and spent the rest of the s bouncing up and down between the Bezirksliga and the upper level Gauliga Südwest , one of sixteen top flight divisions formed in the re-organization of German football under the Third Reich.
The club's performance was unremarkable in the years leading up to World War II , but improved after In the —42 season the Gauliga Südwest was split into the Gauliga Hessen-Nassau and the Gauliga Westmark , and Kaiserslautern took the Westmark title, going on to play for the first time in the national final rounds.
They were decisively put out 3—9 by eventual champions Schalke 04 , the dominant side in this era of German football.
The performance of the team slipped and they finished last in their division in The following year saw the collapse of league play in this part of Germany as the Third Reich crumbled under the advance of Allied armies.
After the war, Southwestern Germany was part of the occupation zone held by the French. Teams there were organized into northern and southern divisions and played to determine which of them would join the new Oberliga being put together.
FC Kaiserslautern resumed play in the Oberliga Südwest in and finished the season just one point behind 1.
The next season, they easily won the Gruppe Nord in due in large part due to the play of Fritz Walter and his brother Ottmar — the duo scored 46 goals between them, more than any other entire team.
This marked the beginning of the club's dominance of the Oberliga Südwest as they went on to capture the division title eleven times over the next twelve seasons.
FCK advanced to Germany's first post-war national final in , but lost 1—2 to 1. They won a second title in , followed by two losing final appearances in and Kaiserslautern's performance fell off late in the decade and into the early s, highlighted only by an advance to the DFB-Pokal final, where they lost 0—2 to Werder Bremen.
The side recovered its form in time to again win their division on the eve of the formation in of the Bundesliga , Germany's new professional football league.
This secured them one of the 16 places in the new top flight circuit. However, the club's next honours would be some time in coming: They followed up the next season with their first Bundesliga championship.
FCK won a second German Cup in , but that victory was soured since the team had been relegated to 2. Bundesliga with a 16th-place finish just one week before the Cup final.
At the time, Kaiserslautern was one of only four of the original 16 teams that had played in each Bundesliga season since the inception of the league, having never been relegated.
This group also included Eintracht Frankfurt who went down in the same season , 1. The Red Devils came storming back with an accomplishment unique in Bundesliga history — and very rare across the major European football leagues — by winning promotion from the 2.
Bundesliga at the first attempt in , and immediately going on to win the national championship under veteran coach Otto Rehhagel. The club, however, found itself in serious trouble soon after.
The construction work necessary for the Fritz-Walter-Stadium to be a World Cup venue, incompetent management and financial misdeeds resulted in a heavy debt load and the fielding of incapable sides built out of mercenary players.
A new team president, Rene C. Jäggi, sold the debt-ridden Fritz-Walter-Stadion to an entity owned by the Land Rheinland-Pfalz and the city of Kaiserslautern, thus saving the club from financial disaster, while a new coach, Erik Gerets , led a run after the winter break that moved the footballers out of last place and saved them from relegation.
The club started the —04 season under the burden of a three-point penalty imposed by the German Football Association for its financial misdeeds.
After a faltering start to the season, Gerets was fired and replaced by Kurt Jara. Jara was unpopular with the FCK faithful for his defensive football philosophy, but with him at the helm, the club had a safe season.
Jara, however, quit the position before the season ended, citing irreconcilable differences with club management. In , Michael Henke , who served as long-time assistant to Germany's most successful coach Ottmar Hitzfeld , became coach.
FCK was initially successful, but then suffered a string of reverses and crashed to the bottom of the table.
Wolf brought in many young, home-grown players, but despite winning over fans and experts alike, the —06 season ended in failure as FCK was once again relegated to the 2.
Bundesliga after a nine-year stay at the top flight. They finished the —07 season in sixth place in the 2. Bundesliga, seven points out of the promotion places.
On 20 May , the club announced the Norwegian manager Kjetil Rekdal , formerly with Belgian side Lierse , as their new head coach.
Rekdal took over the reins on 1 July. In April , the club hired Stefan Kuntz as chairman, and with new leadership at the helm, managed to save themselves from relegation to the new 3.
Liga with a win over already promoted 1. FC Köln on the final day of the —08 season. Alois Schwartz was named interim coach and he managed the club to a seventh-place finish on the season.
The club eventually hired Marco Kurz as head coach. Under Kurz, the club secured promotion to the 1. Bundesliga on 25 April after four years in the second league.
At the start of the —11 season , newly promoted 1. FCK had a promising two-straight wins, including a 2—0 victory over the previous year's Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich.
However, after a hard fought 2—1 defeat at Mainz 05 and a 5—0 drubbing at eventual season champions, Borussia Dortmund , the club began to struggle and fell back to just ahead of the relegation zone.
They ended this run with four straight victories to finish the season at the seventh place. The following season, —12 , the club finished in the bottom 18th place and after only two seasons in the top flight, were relegated to the 2.
They remained in that division until , being relegated to the third tier for the first time in club history. The club's reserve team, 1.
FC Kaiserslautern II , played as 1. FC Kaiserslautern Amateure until It made a first appearance in the tier three Amateurliga Südwest in Player Bookings 13 W.
Kraus 66' 3 J. Sternberg 55' 20 D. Fechner 51' 9 T. Player Bookings 1 A. Spahic 74' 21 M. Stein 48' 12 F.
Matuwila 78' 20 T. Geisler 25' 14 Marcelo Freitas 29 L. Player Bookings 15 E. Fechner 62' 17 C. Zuck 70' 11 F. Kühlwetter 76' 7 M. Player Bookings 22 L.
Geisler 54' 58' 76' 9 K. Scheidhauer for Marcelo Freitas 88' 38 D. General Game Stats Chart. Cup Südwest Club Friendlies. L Hansa RostockDanach startete der FCK allerdings eine Aufholjagd und gab vom Beste Spielothek in Lautersheim finden Jäggi weitgehend saniert werden, was jedoch mit dem Verkauf des vereinseigenen 600 sek und des Nachwuchsleistungszentrums Fröhnerhof an eine städtische Stadiongesellschaft im Jahr einherging. FCK rangierte inzwischen auf dem vorletzten Tabellenplatz. März wurde Kröner nach einer 1: Dafür müssen wir in den nächsten Spielen entsprechend punkten. Das erste Spiel der Lauterer in der Liga fand am Allbrecht führte die Amtsgeschäfte allerdings kaum aus, so dass u. In den zwei folgenden Saisons landete der FCK jeweils auf dem vierten Platz Beste Spielothek in Krinsend finden hatte sich damit in allen vier Spielzeiten mit Feldkamp als Trainer für den Europapokal qualifiziert. Der erste bekannte Hauptsponsor, Opel, war noch nicht auf den Trikots zu sehen. Januar wird der Verein von einem durch den Aufsichtsrat bestellten Vorstand geführt. Oktober ist der 1. Januar Norbert Meier verpflichtet. Ludwig Müller für einige Monate das Amt des Vereinsführes kommissarisch wieder übernahm. Aufgrund gesundheitlicher Probleme musste Strasser das Traineramt am 1.