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Statistics of the season All Home Away. Completed passes. All 1. Bu ndesliga DFB P okal. Last matches. Founded in , for many decades FFC were the dominant club in the city.
Their early successes included a South German title in their second season and a national championship in The club were also semi-finalists of the Torneo Internazionale Stampa Sportiva , one of the first international football competitions in the world, in Those wins proved to be the height of their success, and they have not won any significant honours since.
In , the club managed to win the Südkreis-Liga but the competition was heavily affected by the war and very localised. The club belonged to the tier-one Kreisliga Südwest and then the Bezirksliga Baden throughout its existence from to They played mid-table in the Gauliga Baden through the s, and after the Second World War, entered the 2.
Oberliga Süd. FFC slipped to that level for three seasons in —77 before playing their way back to 2. However the team could not draw support and suffered from poor attendance throughout the following five-year period spent in the 2nd division.
When they were relegated to the amateur Oberliga Baden-Württemberg in , only a saving campaign by fans kept the club out of bankruptcy, while SC Freiburg remained in the 2.
Joachim Löw , current manager of the Germany national team , is the club's second highest all-time leading goal scorer with 81 goals in games during his three spells at the club,  behind Nils Petersen.
Three years later, SV and Union formed Sportclub Freiburg, at the same time incorporating the griffin head.
The next year, SC Freiburg associated themselves with FT Freiburg as that club's football department, until when they left to enter into a stadium-sharing arrangement with PSV Polizeisportvereins Freiburg that lasted until and the failure of PSV.
The club played on the highest level from , first in the Bezirksliga Baden , then in the Gauliga Baden , from which they were relegated in At the end of World War II , Allied occupation authorities disbanded most existing organizations in Germany, including football and sports clubs.
The clubs were permitted to reconstitute themselves after about a year, but were required to take on new names in an attempt to disassociate them from the so-recent Nazi past.
By , French-occupation authorities had let up enough to allow the clubs to reclaim their old identities. To this point, the history of the club had been characterised by only modest success.
While only a small club, SC Freiburg became known for the fight and team spirit in their play. This led them to the 2.
Bundesliga in —79 , which they would compete in for a decade-and-a-half before making the breakthrough to the top-flight Bundesliga in —94 under the management of Volker Finke.
In their first Bundesliga season, Freiburg narrowly avoided relegation. They made an exciting run in their second season at the top level, finishing third, just three points behind champions Borussia Dortmund.
It was at this time that they were first nicknamed Breisgau-Brasilianer literally Breisgau-Brazilians due to their attractive style of play.
Freiburg's first Bundesliga relegation was in after they finished in 17th position. While they have been relegated four times since first making the Bundesliga, they have thrice won immediate promotion back to the top league, only failing to do so in — It was the first time since that Freiburg played in the 2.
Bundesliga for two consecutive seasons. Freiburg finished the —07 season in fourth place in the 2.
Bundesliga, missing out on the third automatic-promotion spot on goal difference to MSV Duisburg , although they won 12 of their last 16 league games.
On 20 May , Volker Finke resigned as the club's coach after 16 years in the job. He was succeeded by Robin Dutt , who himself left the club for Bayer Leverkusen in In the —12 season , Freiburg appeared to be unable to avoid another relegation for the most part of the season but a coaching change turned the sides fortunes around and the club eventually finished 12th and survived.
Under Christian Streich , the —13 Bundesliga season saw the club finish in fifth place, their best league standing since — The fifth-place finish secured a position in the —14 UEFA Europa League , an accomplishment that the club had not achieved since the —02 edition of the tournament.
Had Freiburg defeated Schalke 04 on the final matchday of the season, Freiburg would have leapfrogged Schalke and qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in club history.
The 1—2 defeat to Schalke, however, saw Schalke secure fourth place in the league and qualify for the tournament instead. In the —15 season , after six years in the top flight, Freiburg was relegated to the 2.
Bundesliga by a single point after a final-day defeat at Hannover This was despite beating Bayern Munich in the second-last game.
In the following season , however, the club earned its fifth promotion to the Bundesliga as league champions, with two matches to spare.
The first season back in the Bundesliga saw them end 7th. Mostly thanks to 15 season goals by Nils Petersen , Freiburg stayed in the Bundesliga l, finishing 15th.
It made a three-season appearance in the tier four Verbandsliga Südbaden from to , but then took until to return to this league. Cup Bayern Reg.
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