FC Kaiserslautern erneut in nach aus der Bundesliga abstieg. 9. Apr. Sogar den Abstieg von hat der 1. FC Kaiserslautern noch gut verkraftet, mit Trainer Otto Rehhagel gelang vor 20 Jahren die Sensation. Apr. Der 1. FC Kaiserslautern ist in die Drittklassigkeit gestürzt. Einige der Gründe dafür muss man in der Vergangenheit suchen. Sie haben auch.
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During the unquiet episodes in the 18th century, the Palatinate was the scene of fighting between French and German troops of different states.
In , the French destroyed Barbarossa's castle and the city's wall towers. From until Napoleon 's defeat at Waterloo in , the area was under French administration.
As French power declined after , Kaiserslautern and the Palatinate became a Bavarian province and remained so until The railway and several main roads were primary targets, with the heaviest attacks occurring on 7 January, 11 August, and 28 September Little reconstruction took place until the currency reform of The pace of the economy remained slow until , when construction for newly established garrisons of American troops brought economic growth to the area.
In May an unexploded pound Allied bomb was found, buried deeply and reportedly covered by water pipe, during a construction project in the downtown area of the city.
Kaiserslautern has a moderate climate with adequate rainfall year-round. Today, Kaiserslautern is a modern centre of information and communications technology and home to a well-known university, a technical college and many international research institutes located throughout the city.
The Palatine Gallery dates from featuring exhibits of painting and sculpture from the 19th century to the present day.
Town Hall Kaiserslautern is one of the tallest buildings and is located in the city centre. The bar and coffee shop on the top floor provides a panoramic view of the city and surrounding countryside.
The tallest building in the centre of Kaiserslautern is St. Mary's, a Roman Catholic church, whilst the highest structure in all Kaiserslautern is the television tower in the suburb of Dansenberg, southwest of the city centre.
Kaiserslautern's large botanical gardens feature a Japanese-style garden. Another unusual feature is the Waschmühle also known as "Wesch" , an enormous metre public swimming pool that is the largest in Europe.
There are several pedestrian-only shopping zones with numerous and varied restaurants and bars located in the city centre surrounding the old city Altstadt.
In the Altstadt you will find the "Kaiserbrunnen", a large ornamental fountain with symbols of the city's history such as a sewing machine, as produced by the Pfaff company in the city, a football representing the city's football club and various animals that children can climb.
Local theatre Pfalztheater employs more than people and features plays, operas, ballets, concerts, and musicals. The first German performance of West Side Story took place there.
As the arts in Germany are significantly subsidized by the government, its ticket prices are reasonably low. The Kammgarn is classified as a historical site.
It served as a spinning factory before being transformed into the cultural heart of Kaiserslautern. This renovation has preserved its historical character while incorporating the latest sound and lighting technologies.
The Kammgarn stands among the top venues in Germany and serves as a first-call club for rising groups and performers as well as established jazz, rock, blues and pop artists in Europe.
Performances have included international stars B. Better known as the 'Dino Park' because of its lifesize dinosaur models, the Gartenschau is open from April through October and is popular with families.
The Fritz-Walter-Stadion accommodates 48, football fans. During the five matches played, the first goal ever from an Australian team in a Football World Cup match was scored by Tim Cahill.
At the time, Kaiserslautern was one of only four of the original 16 teams that had played in each Bundesliga season since the inception of the league, having never been relegated.
This group also included Eintracht Frankfurt who went down in the same season , 1. The Red Devils came storming back with an accomplishment unique in Bundesliga history — and very rare across the major European football leagues — by winning promotion from the 2.
Bundesliga at the first attempt in , and immediately going on to win the national championship under veteran coach Otto Rehhagel. The club, however, found itself in serious trouble soon after.
The construction work necessary for the Fritz-Walter-Stadium to be a World Cup venue, incompetent management and financial misdeeds resulted in a heavy debt load and the fielding of incapable sides built out of mercenary players.
A new team president, Rene C. Jäggi, sold the debt-ridden Fritz-Walter-Stadion to an entity owned by the Land Rheinland-Pfalz and the city of Kaiserslautern, thus saving the club from financial disaster, while a new coach, Erik Gerets , led a run after the winter break that moved the footballers out of last place and saved them from relegation.
The club started the —04 season under the burden of a three-point penalty imposed by the German Football Association for its financial misdeeds.
After a faltering start to the season, Gerets was fired and replaced by Kurt Jara. Jara was unpopular with the FCK faithful for his defensive football philosophy, but with him at the helm, the club had a safe season.
Jara, however, quit the position before the season ended, citing irreconcilable differences with club management.
In , Michael Henke , who served as long-time assistant to Germany's most successful coach Ottmar Hitzfeld , became coach. FCK was initially successful, but then suffered a string of reverses and crashed to the bottom of the table.
Wolf brought in many young, home-grown players, but despite winning over fans and experts alike, the —06 season ended in failure as FCK was once again relegated to the 2.
Bundesliga after a nine-year stay at the top flight. They finished the —07 season in sixth place in the 2.
Bundesliga, seven points out of the promotion places. On 20 May , the club announced the Norwegian manager Kjetil Rekdal , formerly with Belgian side Lierse , as their new head coach.
Rekdal took over the reins on 1 July. In April , the club hired Stefan Kuntz as chairman, and with new leadership at the helm, managed to save themselves from relegation to the new 3.
Liga with a win over already promoted 1. FC Köln on the final day of the —08 season. Alois Schwartz was named interim coach and he managed the club to a seventh-place finish on the season.
The club eventually hired Marco Kurz as head coach. Under Kurz, the club secured promotion to the 1. Bundesliga on 25 April after four years in the second league.
At the start of the —11 season , newly promoted 1. FCK had a promising two-straight wins, including a 2—0 victory over the previous year's Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich.
However, after a hard fought 2—1 defeat at Mainz 05 and a 5—0 drubbing at eventual season champions, Borussia Dortmund , the club began to struggle and fell back to just ahead of the relegation zone.
They ended this run with four straight victories to finish the season at the seventh place. The following season, —12 , the club finished in the bottom 18th place and after only two seasons in the top flight, were relegated to the 2.
They remained in that division until , being relegated to the third tier for the first time in club history. The club's reserve team, 1.
FC Kaiserslautern II , played as 1. FC Kaiserslautern Amateure until It made a first appearance in the tier three Amateurliga Südwest in It won a league championship in and but was not entitled to promotion to professional level.
In , when the Oberliga Südwest was introduced the team qualified for this new league which it would belong to, with the exception of the —83 season, until It won promotion back to the Oberliga in and became a yo-yo team between this league and the Regionalliga above, a league newly introduced inFortuna zurück in der Bundesliga. Hauptbaustelle ist dabei der Kader, in dem neben Winterzugang Halil Altintop nur drei weitere Spieler einen Vertrag für die 3. Man muss kein Mathegenie sein, um zu wissen, dass es hinten und vorne nicht reicht. Liga ist die Existenz des Klubs weiter bedroht. Pauli-Fans fest - so reagieren die Profis. FC Kaiserslautern schon seit Monaten abgezeichnet hatte und das Eintreten des sportlichen Desasters niemanden mehr überraschte, lähmte die Gewissheit über den Niedergang des ruhmreichen Klubs die Region. Neuer Abschnitt Es war Anfang des Jahrtausends, als der 1. Liga ein besonderer Verein. Damals noch mit Lukas Podolski. Die Pfälzer steigen nach dem 2: FC Kaiserslautern muss in die 3. Die Höllenfahrt der Roten Teufel ist perfekt. Lange sah es so aus, als könnte der 1.