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Kreisliga Bayern

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1. FC Bamberg, formed in 1901, made its first division debut in 1910, when it earned promotion to the Ostkreisliga, a statewide football league in Bavaria, where it played against the strongest Bavarian clubs at the time, 1. FC Nürnberg, FC Bayern Munich and SpVgg Fürth. The club returned to the Bavarian first division, now renamed the Kreisliga Bayern and divided into a northern and a southern division, after the First World War, in 1919.

Landesliga Bayern

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Post-war football saw the club being grouped in the second division Landesliga Bayern in 1945, a league the club won, earning promotion to the Oberliga Süd.

Gauliga Bayern

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It was not until the Second World War that the club made a return to top-flight football, when it earned promotion to the northern division of the Gauliga Bayern, which had replaced the Bezirksliga in 1933.

Bezirksoberliga Oberfranken

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Difficult years followed for the club, playing for a season in the Bezirksliga, gaining entry to the new Bezirksoberliga Oberfranken in 1988, and making a brief return for two seasons to the Landesliga from 1992 to 1994.

Oberliga Süd (1945–63)

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Post-war football saw the club being grouped in the second division Landesliga Bayern in 1945, a league the club won, earning promotion to the Oberliga Süd.

TSV Straubing

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It was unable however to crown the season with the Bavarian championship, missing out to TSV Straubing in three games.
This proved enough to qualify for the 2nd Oberliga Süd, the new second division for Southern Germany, and, alongside 1. FC Bamberg, FC Bayern Hof, FC Wacker München and ASV Cham, the club left the Bavarian football leagues for the first time in its history.

Landesliga Bayern-Nord

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In 1967, the club suffered relegation to the fourth division the Landesliga Bayern-Nord, and it took until 1975 to make a return to Bavaria's highest league.

FC Penzberg

The club took out two division titles in the northern group of the Amateurliga Bayern in 1957 and 1958, followed up by Bavarian championship wins over southern division winners FC Penzberg and FC Wacker München.
Not discouraged, the club won the Amateurliga for a second time but lost both Bavarian championship games against 1. FC Bamberg and missed out on the promotion round, where Bamberg failed, too.

Promotion to the Bayernliga

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In this era, two second places, in 2004 and 2006, were its best result, the later allowing the club to earn promotion back to the Bayernliga through the promotion round, but then under a new name.

Under 19 Bayernliga

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2. Oberliga Süd

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Instead, the side, along with four other Bavarian clubs, gained entry to the newly formed second division, the 2nd Oberliga Süd.

Bayernliga

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The club took out two division titles in the northern group of the Amateurliga Bayern in 1957 and 1958, followed up by Bavarian championship wins over southern division winners FC Penzberg and FC Wacker München. The new club briefly rose to tier-four Regionalliga Süd, dropped back to the Bayernliga before rising to the new Regionalliga Bayern again.

Brose Bamberg

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The club operated a successful basketball department for many years before it became independent as what is now the Brose Baskets Bamberg.
The 1. FC 01 Bamberg basketball team was promoted to the Basketball Bundesliga, the German Basketball League, for the first time in 1970.

FC Eintracht Bamberg

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In 2006, the club merged with TSV Eintracht Bamberg to form 1. FC Eintracht Bamberg.
The footballers are part of a sports club formed on 1 April 2006 out of the union of 1. FC Bamberg and TSV Eintracht Bamberg.

1945–46 Landesliga Bayern

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1. FC Bamberg became the first champion of this league which was operated under the very difficult post-war circumstances.

Bamberg

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FC Bamberg''' was a German from the town of Bamberg, Bavaria.

Regionalliga Süd (1994–2012)

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The new club briefly rose to tier-four Regionalliga Süd, dropped back to the Bayernliga before rising to the new Regionalliga Bayern again.

Regionalliga Bayern

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The new club briefly rose to tier-four Regionalliga Süd, dropped back to the Bayernliga before rising to the new Regionalliga Bayern again.

1. FC Nürnberg

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1. FC Bamberg, formed in 1901, made its first division debut in 1910, when it earned promotion to the Ostkreisliga, a statewide football league in Bavaria, where it played against the strongest Bavarian clubs at the time, 1. FC Nürnberg, FC Bayern Munich and SpVgg Fürth.

FC Bayern Munich

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1. FC Bamberg, formed in 1901, made its first division debut in 1910, when it earned promotion to the Ostkreisliga, a statewide football league in Bavaria, where it played against the strongest Bavarian clubs at the time, 1. FC Nürnberg, FC Bayern Munich and SpVgg Fürth.

SpVgg Greuther Fürth

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1. FC Bamberg, formed in 1901, made its first division debut in 1910, when it earned promotion to the Ostkreisliga, a statewide football league in Bavaria, where it played against the strongest Bavarian clubs at the time, 1. FC Nürnberg, FC Bayern Munich and SpVgg Fürth.

World War I

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The club returned to the Bavarian first division, now renamed the Kreisliga Bayern and divided into a northern and a southern division, after the First World War, in 1919.

Bezirksliga Bayern

Bezirksliga NordbayernBezirksliga Südbayern
Nevertheless, in 1923, when the league was renamed to Bezirksliga Bayern and reorganised into a single division once more, ''1.

World War II

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It was not until the Second World War that the club made a return to top-flight football, when it earned promotion to the northern division of the Gauliga Bayern, which had replaced the Bezirksliga in 1933.