FSV Frankfurt is a German football club based in the Bornheim district of Frankfurt am Main, Hesse and founded in 1899. The club plays in the shadow of larger and much more successful Eintracht Frankfurt, but has recently returned to 2nd tier football. FSV Frankfurt also fielded a highly successful women's team, which was disbanded in 2006.
The club was one of the founding members of the Nordkreis-Liga in 1909, when football started to become more organised in Southern Germany. With the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, this league came to a halt but a championship for the region was still held, which FSV won in 1917.
After the war, the club became part of the Kreisliga Nordmain, which it managed to win in 1922-23, qualifying for the Southern German championship, where it finished last out of five teams.
The pinnacle of the team's achievement was a losing appearance in the 1925 national final, 0:1 to 1. FC Nuremberg, and the capture of a German amateur title in 1972 in a 2:1 victory over Marl Hüls. The club contested the final of the 1938 Tschammerpokal, predecessor of today's DFB-Pokal, but was beaten 1:3 by Rapid Vienna.
The club played in the Bezirksliga Main, then the Bezirksliga Main-Hessen throughout the 1920s and 30's. After capturing the championship of the VSFV (Verband Süddeutscher Fussball Vereine or Federation of South German Football Clubs) in 1933, FSV went on to play in the Gauliga Südwest, one of sixteen top-flight divisions formed that same year in the re-organization of German football in the Third Reich. They consistently earned mid-table results there with the club's best finish being second place in 1939. In 1941 the Gauliga Hessen was split into the Gauliga Westmark and the Gauliga Hessen-Nassau with FSV playing in the latter division. The team finished a close second to Kickers Offenbach in 1943 and in 1944 merged briefly with SG Eintracht Frankfurt to play as the wartime side KSG (Kriegspielgemeinschaft) Frankfurt. The following season the Gauliga collapsed with the advance of Allied armies into Germany as World War II drew to a close.
After the war occupying Allied authorities ordered the dissolution of all organizations in Germany, including sports and football clubs. FSV was re-established as SG Bornheim but had taken on their old identity again by late 1945. The team resumed play in the first division Oberliga Süd where they played undistinguished, middling football until relegated at the end of the 1961-62 season. The Bundesliga, Germany's first top-flight professional league, was formed in 1963. FSV joined the Regionalliga Süd and remained a regular tier II side from the early 60's through to the early 70s when they slipped to the third tier. The club returned to the second tier in 1975 a year after the formation of the 2.Bundesliga, playing in the 2nd Bundesliga Süd. In 1981 the northern and southern divisions of this league were combined and as a perennial lower table side FSV was delivered to the third division Oberliga Hessen (III). The club made a single season cameo appearance in the combined league in 1982-83 before once again falling back.
They played in the Regionalliga Süd (III) in 2007-08 after seven seasons in the Amateur Oberliga Hessen (IV). Winning the championship of the Regionalliga Süd (III), the club has been promoted to the 2. Bundesliga for the season 2008-2009.
|Thời gian||Đội nhà||Tỷ số||Đội khách||Giải đấu||Đối đầu|
|07/12/19 20:00||Mainz Am||2-1||FSV Frankfurt||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|01/12/19 04:30||FSV Frankfurt||2-0||Astoria Walldorf||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|24/11/19 02:50||TSG Balingen||1-4||FSV Frankfurt||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|09/11/19 01:15||FSV Frankfurt||0-0||TSG Hoffenheim Am.||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|04/11/19 04:30||TuS Rot Weiss Koblenz||2-2||FSV Frankfurt||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|26/10/19 04:30||FSV Frankfurt||2-1||Steinbach||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|19/10/19 19:00||FK Pirmasens||0-0||FSV Frankfurt||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|15/10/19 04:20||FSV Frankfurt||0-3||FC 08 Homburg||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|04/10/19 04:20||SV Elversberg||1-0||FSV Frankfurt||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|29/09/19 19:00||FSV Frankfurt||0-0||Kickers Offenbach||Regionalliga Sued - Đức||Lịch sử|
|Tổng thắng||Tổng hòa||Tổng bại||Chủ thắng||Chủ hòa||Chủ bại||Trung thắng||Trung hòa||Trung bại||khách thắng||Khách hòa||Khách bại|
|Bàn thắng||0-1 bàn||2-3 bàn||4-6 bàn||7 bàn trở lên||Số bàn thắng lẻ||Số bàn thắng chẵn|
|Số trận đấu||6||3||1||0||1||9|
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