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Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Nation Player 1. Timo Horn vice-captain. Noah Katterbach. Rafael Czichos.
Tolu Arokodare on loan from Valmiera FC. Sebastian Andersson. Jonas Hector captain. Dimitris Limnios. Ron-Robert Zieler on loan from Hannover Christian Clemens.
Kingsley Ehizibue. Nation Player Dominick Drexler. Anthony Modeste. Marius Wolf on loan from Borussia Dortmund. Sebastiaan Bornauw.
Kingsley Schindler. Holstein Kiel. Julian Krahl. RB Leipzig. PEC Zwolle. Birger Verstraete. Serhou Guirassy. Jan-Christoph Bartels. SV Wehen Wiesbaden.
Southampton , England. Sporting Charleroi. Stadium: Estadio Municipal Guillermo Amor. KV Mechelen. Second round.
Qualification for the relegation play-offs. Hector 30 years old 2 0. Clemens 29 years old 0 0. Duda 26 years old 10 2.
Rexhbecaj 23 years old 9 1. Özcan 22 years old 9 0. Drexler 30 years old 8 2. Lemperle 18 years old 0 0. Skhiri 25 years old 9 3. Thielmann 18 years old 8 1.
Wolf 25 years old 8 0. Arokodare 20 years old 4 0. Andersson 29 years old 9 2. Limnios 22 years old 6 0. VfL Wolfsburg - 1. FC Köln - Borussia Dortmund.
SC Freiburg - 1. FC Köln - Borussia Mönchengladbach. FC Bayern München - 1. FC Schalke 04 - 1. Fortuna Düsseldorf - 1. RB Leipzig - 1.
FC Köln - Bayer 04 Leverkusen. Eintracht Frankfurt - 1. Borussia Dortmund - 1. Borussia Mönchengladbach - 1. Hertha BSC Berlin - 1. SC Paderborn - 1.
FSV Mainz After the season the Gauliga Mittlerhein was split into two new divisions: the Gauliga Köln-Aachen and the Gauliga Moselland , which included clubs from occupied Luxembourg.
The club did not play the next campaign as war overtook the region. After the union of these two predecessor sides , 1. FC Köln began play in the tough Oberliga West in the —50 season and by had won their first divisional championship.
They went on to finish first in the Oberliga West in each of the next three seasons and again played their way to the national final in and They won the '62 match 4—0 over 1.
FC Nürnberg resulting in entry to the —63 European Cup where they were one of the favourites to win the trophy. In the first round Köln visited Dundee F.
In the following year's national final they lost 1—3 to Borussia Dortmund. In , FC Köln was selected as one of the original 16 teams to play in the Bundesliga , Germany's new professional football league.
Köln continued their winning ways by becoming the first ever Bundesliga champion in the league's inaugural —64 season. As German champions, Köln entered the —65 European Cup where it met England's Liverpool at the quarter-final stage.
After two 0—0 draws, a third game was played which was also a stalemate, this time 2—2. As the penalty shootout had not yet been introduced as the means of deciding a tie, Köln went out of the competition on the toss of a coin.
Ironically enough, there was the need for a second coin toss because the first time the coin stuck vertically in the ground.
The team also achieved another second place Bundesliga finish in before reaching another DFB-Pokal final in , beating Hertha BSC over two legs to win the trophy for the second time.
This makes Köln one of only four clubs to have won the double in the Bundesliga era. Köln had another losing DFB-Pokal final appearance in , before winning the competition for a fourth time in Two second place Bundesliga finishes, in —89 and —90 , and another DFB-Pokal final loss in , marked the end of a glorious thirty-year period for FC Köln.
In recent years, the club's performance has been mixed. The FC holds the dubious distinction of the worst goal drought in Bundesliga history: in , the supporters had to wait excruciating minutes equivalent to and-a-half games until Thomas Cichon found the back of the net again.
FC Köln was the most successful club in West Germany in terms of total points won. Beginning in the early s, however, the club's performance fell, and in it was relegated for the first time.
Since about , the side has been a " yo-yo team ", moving between the first and second divisions. It has returned to the Bundesliga at the end of the —05 season as 2.
Bundesliga champions after having been relegated the season before. There was little optimism about their return to the top flight as they were picked by German football magazine kicker as one of the clubs most likely to be relegated.
This prediction came true when Köln lost to Hamburger SV 1—0 in the third-to-last match of the season. The club finished the season in second-last place and was relegated after conceding a league-worst 71 goals.
The team's most prolific goal scorer was Lukas Podolski with a total of 12 goals, who transferred to Bayern Munich after the end of the season.
In late , former coach Christoph Daum was convinced to once again take the helm of the 2. Bundesliga club and succeeded in leading the club back to the Bundesliga in Köln's former star-striker Lukas Podolski returned for the —10 season.
After a poor run of form in the —11 season , recording only one win from its opening nine Bundesliga fixtures, Köln replaced coach Zvonimir Soldo with Frank Schaefer.
Schaefer, who was originally in charge of the under team of Köln, decided after the season that he would rather spend more time with his family than be a coach in the Bundesliga.
After earning just eight points in the first 13 matches of the second half of the season, Schaefer and former Köln player Dirk Lottner replaced Solbakken.
In April the club members elected a new board of directors, Werner Spinner as president, Markus Ritterbach for marketing, and Toni Schumacher for sport.
In the —13 season , under new trainer Holger Stanislawski , Köln finished in fifth place in the 2. Bundesliga , missing out on promotion back to the top division.
In the board hired Jörg Jakobs as director of football who then got promoted in to sporting director, chief scout and director of the academy.
Wehrle was working as assistant for VfB Stuttgart president Erwin Staudt, especially for rebuilding the stadium.