6. Mai Der 1. FC Nürnberg ist nach vier Jahren zurück in der Fußball-Bundesliga. Die Mannschaft von Trainer Michael Köllner gewann am vorletzten. Wichtige Namen und Zahlen, welche die Fußballabteilung des 1. FC Nürnberg betreffen und .. Es war das erste Mal, dass Nürnberg in die Relegation der eingleisigen Zweiten Liga musste, die zu Beginn dieser Saison nach langer Pause. Spielschema der Begegnung zwischen Rot-Weiss Essen und 1. FC Nürnberg () Relegation Bundesliga, /78, Spiele am Freitag, Juni ,
FC Nürnberg Amateure was permanently renamed 1. In the —08 season, the team finished third, becoming one of six Bayernliga clubs to be promoted to the Regionalliga Süd in the league reform that went alongside the creation of the 3.
From onwards, 1. After four seasons in this league with a second place in —10 as the best result the club became part of the newly formed Regionalliga Bayern in In its first two seasons there the club finished fourth and eighth respectively.
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The recent season-by-season performance of the club: The club has qualified for the first round of the German Cup a number of times.
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FC Nürnberg cannot afford to take theirs off the gas just yet, with the first game of a two-legged relegation play-off tie coming up on Thursday kick-off: The participants still do not know which of the two leagues they will be pledging their allegiance to next season, with minutes of intense, passionate and invariably emotional action to determine their respective fates.
Rather than the three-up, three-down system which had reigned since , only two clubs are now certain of their destinies based on their league position, with the side finishing third from the bottom of the Bundesliga facing the side third in the second tier to complete the respective league configurations for the subsequent season.
It thus provides a lifeline for the club finishing 16th in the top-flight and a bonus shot at promotion for the third force in Bundesliga 2 — one which has been taken only twice by the lower-level representatives since Nürnberg certainly need no introduction to how the play-off works as they will be taking part for the third time.
Having inaugurated the revamped event with a convincing aggregate win over FC Energie Cottbus to gain promotion in , they triumphed again one year later over FC Augsburg when it was they fighting to stay in the top flight.
Not only do the Bavarians have play-off pedigree, but they also come into the two-legged tie in fine fettle after a season of superlatives.
They went on a run of 18 games without defeat and had an unbeaten record at their Grundig Stadion that endured for over a year until a Matchday 29 loss to MSV Duisburg.
They concluded the season with their best ever haul of points 65 — enough for direct promotion last season and goals 68 in a Bundesliga 2 campaign and the confidence levels are understandably high down in the Franconian region of Bavaria.
They're two huge games — for the fans, for us, for everybody. There aren't many games in your career which are top these. Auf geht's nach Frankfurt!