Saturday, 27th of July 2019

Monday, 5th of August 2019

Friday, 16th of August 2019

Sunday, 25th of August 2019

Friday, 30th of August 2019

Sunday, 15th of September 2019

Saturday, 21st of September 2019

Monday, 30th of September 2019

Sunday, 6th of October 2019

Friday, 18th of October 2019

Sunday, 27th of October 2019

Monday, 4th of November 2019

Sunday, 10th of November 2019

Sunday, 24th of November 2019

Saturday, 30th of November 2019

Monday, 9th of December 2019

Sunday, 15th of December 2019

Friday, 20th of December 2019

Thursday, 30th of January 2020

Sunday, 2nd of February 2020

Saturday, 8th of February 2020

Friday, 14th of February 2020

Sunday, 23rd of February 2020

Friday, 28th of February 2020

Friday, 6th of March 2020

Sunday, 15th of March 2020

Sunday, 22nd of March 2020

Friday, 3rd of April 2020

Sunday, 12th of April 2020

Sunday, 19th of April 2020

Sunday, 26th of April 2020

Sunday, 3rd of May 2020

Sunday, 10th of May 2020

Sunday, 17th of May 2020

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The team 1. FC Nürnberg

1. Fußball-Club Nürnberg Verein für Leibesübungen e. V., often called 1. FC Nürnberg (German pronunciation: [ʔɛf ˈtseː ˈnʏɐ̯nbɛɐ̯k]) or simply Nürnberg, is a German association football club in Nuremberg, Bavaria, who currently compete in the 2. Bundesliga. Founded in 1900, the club initially competed in the Southern German championship, winning their first title in 1916. Their first German championship was won in 1920. Before the inauguration of the Bundesliga in 1963, 1.FCN won a further 11 regional championships, including the Oberliga Süd formed in 1945, and were German champions another seven times. The club has won the Bundesliga once and the DFB-Pokal four times. Since 1963, the club have played their home games at the Max-Morlock-Stadion in Nuremberg. Today's club has sections for boxing, handball, hockey, rollerblading and ice skating, swimming, skiing and tennis. 1. FCN have been relegated from the German football league system top tier Bundesliga on nine occasions – beating the record earlier set by Arminia Bielefeld.