Overview of German league 2013-14 season

Overview of German league 2013-14 season

The 2013–14 Bundesliga was 51st season of the Bundesliga, Germany’s leading football league. The season started on 9 August 2013 plus the final match day was on 10th May 2014. The winter break began on 23rd December 2013 plus ended on 24 January 2014. Bayern Munich was the defending champs. Bayern authoritatively clinched the competition on 25 March 2014 afterward defeating Hertha BSC, on 27th match day of the season. This breaks their preceding record from previous season, wherever Bayern settled the Bundesliga on match day 28.

A whole of 18 teams were contesting the league, counting 15 edges from the 2012–13 season plus two sides promoted straight from the2012–13 2. Fortuna Düsseldorf plus Greuther Fürth were referred from the Bundesliga afterward a single season plus were substituted by Hertha Berlin, 2. Bundesliga champs and second place Eintracht Braunschweig. Hertha made an instant return to the topmost level, but Eintracht prepared their first arrival after 28 years in second and third levels. The final contestant was determined in the two-legged contest, in which 16th positioned Bundesliga sideways TSG 1899 Hoffenheim beaten 1.

Afterward the first round of games, Hertha BSC was in first position and Eintracht Frankfurt was in the 18th place. Afterward 17 rounds, the season extended its halfway mark. Bayern Munich was in first place seven points in front of second place Bayer Leverkusen.  FC Nürnberg plus Eintracht Braunschweig were in the involuntary relegation spots with 11 points respectively. Bayern Munich settled their 24th contest afterward the 27th round of matches while they led second position Borussia Dortmund through 25 points. The final games of the season were played on 10th May 2014 A 1–4 loss to Schalke 04 established relegation for Nürnberg on final day of the season.  Eintracht Braunschweig was relegated afterward a 1–3 defeat to 1899 Hoffenheim on final day. In spite of losing 2–3 to FSV Mainz 05 on final day, Hamburger SV still have a chance of residual in the Bundesliga while they face SpVgg Greuther Fürth in the downgrade play-offs. 

Mainz would be competing in 2014–15 UEFA Europa League 3rd qualifying round because of their win over Hamburg. Bundesliga champs Bayern Munich, second place Borussia Dortmund, plus third placed Schalke 04 would all enter the 2014–15 UEFA Champions’ League group phase. Bayer Leverksuen, who completed in fourth place, would enter the 2014–15 UEFA Champs League play-offs round.

The first leg of the downgrade play-offs among 16th placed Hamburg plus Greuther Fürth whoever placed 3rd in the 2. Bundesliga was played on 15th May. It completed as a goalless draw. The 2nd leg was played on 18 May. Greuther Fürth presented Hamburg in the 2nd leg of the game. Pierre-Michel Lasogga recorded the first goal of the game to give Hamburg a 1–0 lead. Stephan Fürstner recorded for Fürth to create the score 1–1. The collective score over the 2 legs was 1–1. Hamburg continued in the Bundesliga because of the away goals regulation.

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Performance record of Eintracht Frankfurt football club

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Eintracht-Frankfurt football club

Eintracht Frankfurt football club is ranked amongst the top 5 clubs of Germany. Eintracht plays in the German Top-Division “Bundesliga” and more often regarded as the mid-table league team. The club has successfully participated in Bundesliga football for thirty three years and their best ever performance came in 1991/92 season when they finished just two points back to champion VFB Stuttgart football club. The club is successfully performing in the Bundesliga top-flight since 1963, relegated to Second-Division only on few occasions.

Eintracht Frankfurt football club has also enjoyed much of its success in competitions outside the Bundesliga. In 1967 they won their first international trophy “UEFA Intertoto Cup”, beating Inter Bratislava football club in the finals. The same year they also won the “Coppa delle Alpi” title. The club has also won the UEFA Cup title in 1980, beating Borussia Monchengladbach football club in the finals.

The titles and honours achieved by the Eintracht Frankfurt in the past years are:

Honours

International

  • UEFA Cup
    • Winners: 1980
  • UEFA Intertoto Cup
    • Winners: 1967
  • European Cup
    • Runners-up: 1960
  • Coppa delle Alpi
    • Winners : 1967
  • Antalya Cup
    • Winners : 2011

National

  • German Championship (pre-Bundesliga)
    • Champions: 1959
    • Runners-up: 1932
  • DFB-Pokal
    • Winners: 1974, 1975, 1981, 1988
    • Runners-up: 1964, 2006
  • 2nd Bundesliga
    • Winners: 1997–98
  • Fuji-Cup
    • Winners: 1992
    • Runners-up: 1994

Regional

  • Southern German championship
    • Champions: 1929–30, 1931–32, 1952–53, 1958–59
    • Runners-up: 1912-13+, 1913-14+, 1930–31, 1953–54, 1960–61, 1961–62
  • Nordkreis-Liga
    • Champions: 1911-12+, 1912-13+, 1913-14+

(+ as Frankfurter FV)

  • Kreisliga Nordmain
    • Winners: 1919-20+, 1920–21
    • Runners-up: 1921–22
  • Bezirksliga Main-Hessen:
    • Winners: 1927–28, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1930–31, 1931–32
    • Runners-up: 1932–33
  • Gauliga Südwest/Mainhessen:
    • Winners: 1937–38
    • Runners-up: 1936–37
  • Hesse Cup
    • Winners: 1946, 1969

Profile: Eintracht Frankfurt football club

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eintracht-frankfurt-football club

Eintracht Frankfurt football club is an international German professional league football team located in the city of Frankfurt, Germany. The club was established on March 8, 1899, currently playing in the German Top-Division ‘Bundesliga’. The club is currently playing under the Coaching leadership of ‘Christoph Daum’, while Peter Fischer is an active chairman of the club. Eintracht Frankfurt is one of the most popular and famous football club in Germany. Their home ground in ‘Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt am Main’ having capacity of 51,000 spectators.

Eintracht Frankfurt football club are more often nicknamed by their fans “Die Andler (Eagles)”, SGE (Sportgemeindde Eintracht), and “launische Dive (moody dive)”. They play home games in Red and Black stripe jersey with Black shorts, while away games in White Jersey with White shorts. Franport, the airport operator, are the official shirt sponsors of Die Andler.

The club has shown great performances on both the domestic and international level, but however in case of Eintracht Frankfurt football club, they have more amazing stat on the international level, winning UEFA Cup back in the 1980’s, UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1967 and Coppa delle Alpi in 1967. They were also ended one time runners-up in Eurpean Cup in 1960. On domestic level they are one time winners of German Championship in 1959, 4 times winners of DFB-Pokal in 1974, 1975, 1981, 1988 and one time winners of Fuji Cup in 1992.

Karl-Heinz “Charly” Korbel football player holds the record for all competition appearances with 720 games during 1972-1991, while Bernd Holzenbein Football Player holds the record for most goals scored for Eintracht Frankfurt FC with 201 during the period of 1967/1981. The clubs biggest home victory is 9-1 against Rot-Weiss Essen Football Club on Octuber 5, 1974, and away victory is 8-1 against Rot-Weiss Essen on May 7, 1977.

Performance record of Hamburg football club

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German football club Hamburg FC

One of the best football clubs that have come out of Germany, the Hamburg Football Club has a history and tradition that truly gives it a royalty status. Apart from being the only team to have not been relegated from top flight football in Germany, Hamburg FC has been featuring in tournaments all across the world bagging a number of trophies and constantly playing good aggressive football in Europe.

The club won the UEFA Champions League (European Cup formerly) in 1983 and were the runners up back in the 1980 edition.  Hamburg FC have won the European Cup Winners Cup once and stood at the runners up podium as well. Having won the inter toto cup twice, Hamburg FC has also been a runner up once in the UEFA Cup.

At the national level, Hamburg FC’s record is a treat to take a look at. They have been the champions of Germany a total of 5 times with victories in the Bundesliga thrice. On eight separate occasions they have been the runners up as well along with some exceptional performances in the German Cup where they have won the trophy three times along with three campaigns in which they were the runners up.

Profile: Hamburg football club

by on April 22, 2011
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German football club Hamburg SV

Founded in 1887, Hamburg SV football club is a multi sport club based out of Hamburg, Germany like a lot of other clubs and has its football department famous all across the globe because of its consistency over the years.

The only German club not to have been relegated from the top flight German football ever since world war 1, Hamburg FC is the only club to have played in every single edition of the Bundesliga ever since it’s beginning back in 1963. The team play their home games at the Imtech arena which has a capacity exceeding 57,000. On the pitch the Hamburg FC players are seen in a red & white kit and the away games usually see them wearing a blue& white kit.

Often referred to as “Red Shirts” because of the color of their Kit, Hamburg FC currently have a care taking administration with its chairman and manager both working in the capacity of care takers. The club is known to have a diehard fan base who have been supporting the club for generations and continue to do so. Hence a lot of the clubs outside Europe and from within Germany often find playing at the Imtech Arena slightly intimidating.

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