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Established
1900 (122 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Fritz-Walter-Stadion
(49,780 Capacity)

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Location
Kaiserslautern

Nicknames
Die roten Teufel, The Red Devils

League
Germany Liga 3

Last Edit
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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 22 Kaiserslautern   -  Hallescher FC
05 Feb 22 Zwickau   -  Kaiserslautern
12 Feb 22 Kaiserslautern   -  Magdeburg
20 Feb 22 Waldhof Mannheim   -  Kaiserslautern
26 Feb 22 Kaiserslautern   -  SC Verl

Latest Results
25 Jan 22 Munich 1860  P - P  Kaiserslautern
22 Jan 22 Kaiserslautern  2 - 0  Viktoria Berlin
15 Jan 22 Kaiserslautern  4 - 0  SV Meppen
08 Jan 22 Eupen  1 - 2  Kaiserslautern
18 Dec 21 Braunschweig  1 - 1  Kaiserslautern

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1. Fußball-Club Kaiserslautern e. V., also known as 1. FCK, FCK or 1. FC Kaiserslautern, is a sports club based in Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate. In addition to football, the club also operates in several other sports.

On 2 June 1900, Germania 1896 and FG Kaiserslautern merged to create FC 1900. In 1909, the club went on to join FC Palatia (founded in 1901) and FC Bavaria (founded in 1902) to form FV 1900 Kaiserslautern. In 1929, they merged with SV Phönix to become FV Phönix-Kaiserslautern before finally taking on their current name in 1933.

As a founding member of the Bundesliga, FCK played from 1963 to 1996 uninterrupted in the top division. It has won four German championships, two DFB-Pokals, and one DFL-Supercup, and historically is among the most successful football clubs in Germany, currently occupying tenth place in the All-time Bundesliga table. The club's international performances include reaching the Champions League quarter-finals in 1999 as well as two participations in the UEFA Cup semi-finals. Kaiserslautern won the German championship in the 1997–98 season as a newly promoted team, which is unique in German football. After a six-year spell in the second tier, in 2018 they were relegated to the 3. Liga for the first time.

Since 1920, Kaiserslautern's stadium has been the Fritz-Walter-Stadion, named after the captain of the West German national team who won the world cup in 1954.

Team Members
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Zoltan
Stieber



Christoph
Moritz
#13


Julian
Pollersbeck



Torben
Müsel
#26


Phillipp
Mwene
#29


Niclas
Stierlin
#26


Sebastian
Andersson
#9


Brandon
Borrello
#21


Robin
Koch
#25


Lennart
Grill
#21


Robert
Glatzel



Christian
Kühlwetter
#24

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Stadium or Home

Fritz-Walter-Stadion (German pronunciation: ) is the home to the 3. Liga club 1. FC Kaiserslautern and is located in the city of Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It was one of the stadia used in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. It is named after Fritz Walter, who played for the Kaiserslautern club throughout his career and was captain of the Germany national football team that won the 1954 FIFA World Cup in the "Miracle of Bern". The stadium was built on the Betzenberg hill, hence its nickname "Betze", and was opened in 1920.

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