1. FC Köln – 1. FSV Mainz 05

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Start date: 17. May 2020, 19:30

Location: Cologne Venue: RheinEnergieStadion

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NAME: 1. FC Köln – 1. FSV Mainz 05
DATE: May 17, 2020
TIME: 13:30 UTC
VENUE: RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne , Germany


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Around 1. FC Köln

1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e. V., normally known as basically 1. FC Köln or FC Cologne in English (German articulation: [ʔɛf ˈtseː ˈkœln]), is a German affiliation football club situated in Cologne. It was framed in 1948 as a merger of the clubs Kölner Ballspiel-Club 1901 and SpVgg Sülz 07. Köln recovered advancement to the Bundesliga in the 2018–19 season subsequent to being consigned to 2. Bundesliga the past season. The group won the first Bundesliga in 1963, and another in 1977.

The club’s epithet Die Geißböcke (The Billy Goats) alludes to the club’s mascot, a male goat named Hennes after the veteran FC player and (later) director Hennes Weisweiler. The first Hennes was given by a bazaar business visionary as a Cologne jubilee joke. The present mascot is Hennes IX starting at 1 August 2019 after Hennes VIII was resigned by the club because of old age.[1] Another moniker for the club, increasingly regular locally because of its uncertainty, is FC (frequently composed as Effzeh), a typical German shortening for football clubs. Trademark for the tongue verbally expressed around Cologne, this is articulated “EF-tsay”,[Colognian IPA needed] as opposed to the Standard German way to express the shortened form where the subsequent syllable is stressed ([ʔɛf ˈtseː]). Köln play at home in white and red, the two hues having been utilized as the principle shirt shading since its commencement.

In the same way as other of Germany’s other expert football clubs, 1. FC Köln is a piece of a bigger games club with groups in different games like handball, table tennis and tumbling. 1. FC Köln has more than 100,000 individuals, making it the fourth biggest club in Germany.[

Kölner BC was shaped on 6 June 1901 by a gathering of youngsters who were troubled as a component of the aerobatic club FC Borussia Köln and unmistakably increasingly intrigued by football. BC was a serious side in the Zehnerliga West in the prior years World War I who took the Westdeutsche title in 1912 and progressed to the starter rounds of the national finals. Their next best outcome was a losing appearance in the 1920 alliance last, where they lost a 1–3 to Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Spielvereinigung 1907 Köln-Sülz was set up in 1907 as Sülzer Sportverein and on 1 January 1919 converged with Fußball Club 1908 Hertha Sülz to frame SpVgg. They won the Westdeutscher title in 1928 and they excessively went out in the early adjusts of the national finals in their chance on that stage. They proceeded to play as a top flight club in the Gauliga Mittelrhein, one of sixteen head level divisions set up in 1933 in the re-association of German football under the Third Reich. The side earned commonly great outcomes through the 1930s – remembering a divisional title for 1939 – yet then wavered in the mid 1940s. After the 1941 season the Gauliga Mittlerhein was part into two new divisions: the Gauliga Köln-Aachen and the Gauliga Moselland, which included clubs from involved Luxembourg. Sülz battled until they were joined with VfL Köln 1899 for the 1943–44 season to shape the consolidated wartime side Kriegspielgemeinschaft VfL 99/Sülz 07 which quickly won the Gauliga Köln-Aachen title by a solitary point over SG Düren 99 out of a nearby race. The club didn’t play the following effort as war overwhelmed the locale.

In 1963, FC Köln was chosen as one of the first 16 groups to play in the Bundesliga, Germany’s new expert football alliance. Köln proceeded with their triumphant ways by turning into the first ever Bundesliga champion in the association’s debut 1963–64 season. As German victors, Köln entered the 1964–65 European Cup where it met England’s Liverpool at the quarter-last stage. After two 0–0 draws, a third game was played which was likewise an impasse, this time 2–2. As the punishment shootout had not yet been presented as the methods for choosing a tie, Köln left the opposition on the flip of a coin. Amusingly enough, there was the requirement for a subsequent coin hurl in light of the fact that the first run through the coin stuck vertically in the ground. The club likewise turned into the first Bundesliga side to handle a Brazilian player when it marked Zézé for an at that point club record expense of DM 150,000.[4] Domestically, Köln recorded a runner up finish in the 1964–65 Bundesliga season and won its first DFB-Pokal in 1967–68.

Toward the beginning of the 1970s, Köln arrived at three DFB-Pokal finals in four seasons, losing each of the three; to Kickers Offenbach in 1970, Bayern Munich in 1971 and Borussia Mönchengladbach in 1973. The group likewise accomplished one more second spot Bundesliga finish in 1973 preceding arriving at another DFB-Pokal last in 1977, beating Hertha BSC more than two legs to win the trophy for the subsequent time.

In 1977–78, FC Köln making the most of its best season, winning the Bundesliga title, its third national title by and large, and holding the DFB-Pokal. This makes Köln one of just four clubs to have won the twofold in the Bundesliga period.

Köln had another losing DFB-Pokal last debut in 1980, preceding winning the opposition for a fourth time in 1983. In 1986, the club showed up in its first European last, losing 5–3 on total to Real Madrid in the UEFA Cup Final. Two second spot Bundesliga completes, in 1988–89 and 1989–90, and another DFB-Pokal last misfortune in 1991, denoted the finish of a sublime thirty-year time frame for FC Köln.

Around 1. FSV Mainz 05

1. Fußball-und Sportverein Mainz 05 e. V., generally abbreviated to 1. FSV Mainz 05, Mainz 05 [ˌmaɪnts nʊlˈfʏnf] or essentially Mainz, is a German games club, established in 1905 and situated in Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate. 1. FSV Mainz 05 have played in the Bundesliga, the top level of the German football group framework, for ten continuous years, beginning with the 2009–10 season. The club’s principle neighborhood rivals are Eintracht Frankfurt and 1. FC Kaiserslautern. Notwithstanding the football division, 1. FSV Mainz 05 have handball and table tennis divisions.

A bombed endeavor to begin a football club in the city in 1903 was followed up two years after the fact by the effective production of 1. Mainzer Fussballclub Hassia 1905. Following various long stretches of play in the Süddeutschen Fußballverband (South German Football League), the club converged with FC Hermannia 07 – the previous football side of Mainzer TV 1817 – to frame 1. Mainzer Fussballverein Hassia 05, which dropped “Hassia” from its name in August 1912. Another merger after World War I, in 1919, with Sportverein 1908 Mainz, brought about the arrangement of 1. Mainzer Fußball-und Sportverein 05. Bite the dust Nullfünfer were a strong club that earned a few local class titles in the period between the wars and qualified for the opening round of the national titles in 1921, in the wake of winning the Kreisliga Hessen

In the late 1920s and mid 1930s, the club earned not too bad outcomes in the Bezirksliga Main-Hessen – Gruppe Hessen, incorporating in front of the rest of the competition completes in 1932 and 1933. This justified the group a spot in the Gauliga Südwest, 1 of 16 new first division classes shaped in the re-association of German football under the Third Reich. Sadly, the club just dealt with a solitary season at that level before being consigned, because of the high force play that they couldn’t stay aware of. Karl Scherm scored in 23 out of 44 matches with Mainz during his last season. In 1938, Mainz was constrained into a merger with Reichsbahn SV Mainz and played as Reichsbahn SV Mainz 05 until the finish of World War II

After World War II, the club again joined the upper positions of class play in Germany’s Oberliga Südwest, yet were never better than a mid-table side. It played in the top trip until the establishing of the new expert group, the Bundesliga, in 1963 and would proceed to play as a subsequent division side for the vast majority of the following four decades. They pulled back for a period – from the late 1970s into the late 1980s – to the Amateur Oberliga Südwest (III), as the consequence of a progression of money related problems.[3] Mainz earned distinctions as the German novice champions in 1982.[4]

The club came back to proficient play with advancement to the 2. Bundesliga for a solitary season in 1988–89 with Bodo Hertlein as president, before at long last returning for an all-inclusive run in 1990–91. At first, they were perpetual transfer applicants, battling hard each season to abstain from being sent down. Notwithstanding, under strange mentor Wolfgang Frank, Mainz got one of the principal clubs in German soccer to embrace a level four zone resistance, instead of the then-mainstream man-to-man protection utilizing a libero.[4]

Mainz flopped in three endeavors to make it to the top trip in 1996–97, 2001–02, and 2002–03, with close fourth-place completes simply out of the advancement zone. The last bombed endeavor stung as they were denied advancement in the 93rd moment of the last match of the period. One year sooner, Mainz turned into the best non-advanced group ever in the 2. Bundesliga with 64 focuses aggregated. Be that as it may, the club’s determination delivered profits after advancement to the Bundesliga in 2003–04 under lead trainer Jürgen Klopp. The club played three seasons in the top flight yet were consigned toward the finish of the 2006–07 season. Mainz then made sure about advancement back to the top flight only two years after the fact, after the 2008–09 season.

Mainz likewise earned a spot in the 2005–06 UEFA Cup in their presentation Bundesliga season as Germany’s chosen one in the Fair Play draw which recognizes positive play, regard for one’s rival, regard for the arbitrator, the conduct of the group and of group authorities, just as alerts and dismissals.[5] Due to the Bruchweg arena’s constrained limit, the home matches in UEFA Cup were played in Frankfurt’s Commerzbank-Arena.[6] After overcoming Armenian club Mika and Icelandic club Keflavík in the passing rounds, Mainz lost to possible bosses Sevilla 2–0 on total in the first round.

In the 2010–11 season, Mainz equalled the Bundesliga beginning record by winning their initial seven matches that season.They finished the season with their best completion to date in fifth spot, sufficient to make sure about them their second section to the UEFA Europa League,[9] where they were disposed of in the third passing round by Romanian club Gaz Metan Mediaș.