List of 1. FC Köln records and statistics

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Recent seasons[edit]

Year Division Position Points Goal
difference
Top goalscorers Avg. Attendance
1981-82 Bundesliga (I) 2nd 45:23 +34 25.147
1982-83 Bundesliga (I) 5th 43:25 +27 17.971
1983-84 Bundesliga (I) 6th 38:30 +3 17.442
1984-85 Bundesliga (I) 3rd 40:28 +3 18.059
1985-86 Bundesliga (I) 13th 29:39 -13 13.615
1986–87 Bundesliga (I) 10th 35:33 -3 16.588
1987–88 Bundesliga (I) 3rd 48:20 +29 Denmark Flemming Povlsen 13, Germany Pierre Littbarski 8, Germany Thomas Allofs 6, Germany Thomas Häßler 5 22.412
1988–89 Bundesliga (I) 2nd 45:23 +28 Germany Thomas Allofs 17, Germany Uwe Rahn 7, Germany Falko Götz 5, Germany Thomas Häßler 5, Germany Pierre Littbarski 5, Denmark Flemming Povlsen 5, Germany Paul Steiner 5 20.941
1989–90 Bundesliga (I) 2nd 43:25 +10 Germany Falko Götz 11, Germany Ralf Sturm 8, Germany Pierre Littbarski 8, Germany Thomas Häßler 6, Germany Uwe Rahn 6 22.294
1990–91 Bundesliga (I) 7th 37:31 +7 Germany Maurice Banach 14, Germany Ralf Sturm 9, Germany Frank Ordenewitz 7 21.235
1991–92 Bundesliga (I) 4th 44:32 +17 Germany Frank Ordenewitz 11, Germany Henri Fuchs 10, Germany Maurice Banach 10, Norway Anders Giske 6, Germany Ralf Sturm 5 23.105
1992–93 Bundesliga (I) 12th 41:51 -10 Germany Frank Ordenewitz 9, Germany Henri Fuchs 6 29.824
1993–94 Bundesliga (I) 11th 34:34 -2 Austria Toni Polster 17, Germany Stefan Kohn 6 31.065
1994–95 Bundesliga (I) 10th 32:36 ±0 Austria Toni Polster 17, Germany Bruno Labbadia 14 31.765
1995–96 Bundesliga (I) 12th 40 -2 Austria Toni Polster 11, Germany Bruno Labbadia 5 32.882
1996–97 Bundesliga (I) 10th 44 ±0 Austria Toni Polster 21, Romania Ion Vlădoiu 8, Germany Holger Gaißmayer 5 31.088
1997–98 Bundesliga (I) 17th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga 36 -15 Austria Toni Polster 13, Germany René Tretschok 8, Iran Khodadad Azizi 5 29.824
1998–99 2. Bundesliga (II) 10th 45 -7 Romania Dorinel Munteanu 7, Iran Khodadad Azizi 4 14.488
1999–00 2. Bundesliga (II) 1st Promoted to the Bundesliga 65 +29 Germany Dirk Lottner 14, Germany Markus Kurth 9, Germany Christian Timm 7, Germany Christian Springer 7, Bulgaria Georgi Donkov 6, Germany Matthias Scherz 5 28.853
2000–01 Bundesliga (I) 10th 46 +7 Germany Dirk Lottner 11, Germany Christian Timm 8, Germany Markus Kurth 7, Georgia (country) Archil Arveladze 7, Germany Christian Springer 6 34.339
2001–02 Bundesliga (I) 17th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga 29 -35 Germany Dirk Lottner 9, Germany Markus Kurth 5 31.147*
2002–03 2. Bundesliga (II) 2nd Promoted to the Bundesliga 65 +18 Germany Matthias Scherz 18, Germany Dirk Lottner 13, Germany Florian Kringe 7, Germany Christian Springer 6, Cameroon Francis Kioyo 5 26.459*
2003–04 Bundesliga (I) 18th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga 23 -25 Germany Lukas Podolski 10, Ukraine Andriy Voronin 4, Germany Dirk Lottner 4 40.058*
2004–05 2. Bundesliga (II) 1st Promoted to the Bundesliga 67 +29 Germany Lukas Podolski 24, Germany Matthias Scherz 11, Germany Marius Ebbers 9, Germany Alexander Voigt 5 38.482
2005–06 Bundesliga (I) 17th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga 30 -22 Germany Lukas Podolski 12, Germany Matthias Scherz 9, Germany Albert Streit 6 48.942
2006–07 2. Bundesliga (II) 9th 46 -1 Germany Patrick Helmes 14, Slovenia Milivoje Novakovič 10, Germany Matthias Scherz 9 42.194
2007–08 2. Bundesliga (II) 3rd Promoted to the Bundesliga 60 +18 Slovenia Milivoje Novakovič 20, Germany Patrick Helmes 17, Lebanon Roda Antar 7, Lebanon Youssef Mohamad 5 43.763
2008–09 Bundesliga (I) 12th 39 -15 Slovenia Milivoje Novakovič 16, France Fabrice Ehret 3, Portugal Petit 3 49.316
2009–10 Bundesliga (I) 13th 38 -9 Slovenia Milivoje Novakovič 6, Serbia Zoran Tošić 5 48.059
2010–11 Bundesliga (I) 10th 44 -15 Slovenia Milivoje Novakovič 17, Germany Lukas Podolski 13 47.782
2011–12 Bundesliga (I) 17th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga 30 -36 Germany Lukas Podolski 18, Slovenia Milivoje Novakovič 5, Germany Christian Clemens 5 47.482
2012–13 2. Bundesliga (II) 5th 54 +10 Nigeria Anthony Ujah 13, Germany Christian Clemens 6, Morocco Adil Chihi 5, Canada Kevin McKenna 5 40.688
2013–14 2. Bundesliga (II) 1st Promoted to the Bundesliga 68 +33 Germany Patrick Helmes 12, Nigeria Anthony Ujah 11, Germany Marcel Risse 9 46.235
2014–15 Bundesliga (I) 12th 40 -6 Nigeria Anthony Ujah 10, Germany Marcel Risse 5, Germany Matthias Lehmann 5 48.329
2015–16 Bundesliga (I) 9th 43 -4 France Anthony Modeste 15, Germany Simon Zoller 6, Germany Leonardo Bittencourt 3, Germany Marcel Risse 3 48.676

By competition[edit]

As of 5 June 2016
Competition Pld W D L GF GA GD Win%
Bundesliga 1,526 612 387 527 2,531 2,252 +279 040.10
DFB-Pokal 191 119 22 50 512 256 +256 062.30
Total 1,717 731 409 577 3,043 2,508 +535 042.57

In European Football[edit]

By season[edit]

As of 15 August 2015
Key
1.FC Köln record in European football by season
Season Competition Pld W D L GF GA GD Round
1961–62 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 3 1 0 2 7 9 -2 R1
1962–63 European Cup 2 1 0 1 5 8 -3 R1
1963-64 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 8 5 1 2 17 12 +5 SF
1964–65 European Cup 7 2 5 0 7 4 +3 QF
1965-66 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 6 4 0 2 23 8 +15 R16
1967-68 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 4 2 1 1 7 6 +1 R2
1968–69 European Cup Winners' Cup 8 5 1 2 16 9 +7 SF
1970-71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 10 6 1 3 15 8 +7 SF
1971–72 UEFA Cup 4 2 1 1 7 7 0 R2
1972–73 UEFA Cup 6 3 1 2 14 8 +6 R16
1973–74 UEFA Cup 8 3 1 4 13 8 +5 QF
1974–75 UEFA Cup 10 6 1 3 27 14 +13 SF
1975–76 UEFA Cup 4 2 0 2 5 5 0 R2
1976–77 UEFA Cup 6 4 1 1 12 7 +5 R16
1977–78 European Cup Winners' Cup 2 0 1 1 5 5 0 R1
1978–79 European Cup 8 4 3 1 15 7 +8 SF
1980–81 UEFA Cup 10 5 1 4 22 9 +13 SF
1982–83 UEFA Cup 6 4 0 2 13 4 +9 R16
1983–84 European Cup Winners' Cup 4 2 0 2 12 7 +5 R16
1984–85 UEFA Cup 8 5 0 3 10 7 +3 QF
1985–86 UEFA Cup 12 7 3 2 27 15 +12 RU
1988–89 UEFA Cup 6 3 2 1 11 7 +4 R16
1989–90 UEFA Cup 10 5 3 2 15 7 +8 SF
1990–91 UEFA Cup 6 2 2 2 6 4 +2 R16
1992–93 UEFA Cup 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 R1

By competition[edit]

As of 15 August 2015
Competition Pld W D L GF GA GD Win%
Champions League / European Cup 17 7 8 2 27 19 +8 041.18
Cup Winners' Cup / European Cup Winners' Cup 14 7 2 5 30 19 +11 050.00
Europa League / UEFA Cup / Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 129 70 19 40 253 148 +105 054.26
Total 160 84 29 47 310 186 +124 052.50

Honours[edit]

Doubles[edit]

Reserve team[edit]

Youth[edit]

Club records[edit]

Record wins[edit]

Home

Away

Record defeats[edit]

Home

  • 1:6 against Borussia Dortmund 23. August 1994 and 25. March 2012 (League)
  • 1:6 against VfB Stuttgart 1. June 1991 (League)
  • 1:3 against Inter Milan 20. March 1985, heaviest home defeat in European Football (UEFA-Cup)

Away

Goalscorers[edit]

  • Most goals in a single match: Dieter Müller, 6 goals (against Werder Bremen, 17. August 1977)
  • Youngest goalscorer: Pierre Littbarski, 18 years, 4 months and 24 days (against Fortuna Düsseldorf, League, 9 September 1978)
  • Oldest goalscorer: Morten Olsen, 39 years, 6 months and 18 days (against VfL Bochum, 4 March 1989)

All-time Bundesliga table[edit]

1. FC Köln led the standings since the inception of the Bundesliga in 1963 (except of matchday 4 in the very same season).
In the 1983–84 Bundesliga season the FC Bayern Munich took the lead from 1. FC Köln.
Currently 1. FC Köln is on 8th place in the All-time Bundesliga table.

All-time Oberliga West table[edit]

The Oberliga West was the highest level of the German football league system in the west of Germany from 1947 until the formation of the Bundesliga in 1963.
With the reintroduction of the German championship in 1948, the winner and runners-up of the Oberliga West went on to the finals tournament with the other five Oberliga champions.
1. FC Köln is on 2nd place in the All-time Oberliga West table.

Bundesliga records (incomplete)[edit]

Exclusive[edit]

  • Scoring in every game of the season (30 games): 1963–64 Bundesliga
  • Highest number of scored goals in a game by a single player: 6 by Dieter Müller (matchday 3 of 1977–78 Bundesliga)
  • Highest number of goalless draws in a season: 9 (2014–15 Bundesliga)
  • Highest number of consecutive games with a clean sheet by a goalkeeper from debut: 4 by Timo Horn (matchday 1 to 4 of 2014–15 Bundesliga)
  • Highest number of consecutive minutes without conceding by a goalkeeper from debut: 365 by Timo Horn (minute 1 of matchday 1 to minute 6 of matchday 5 of 2014–15 Bundesliga)
  • Highest number of consecutive games without scoring: 10 (matchday 15 to 24 of 2001–02 Bundesliga)
  • Highest number of consecutive minutes without scoring: 1,033 (from minute 31 of matchday 14 to minute 74 of matchday 25 of 2001–02 Bundesliga)

Split[edit]

  • Highest number of consecutive games with a clean sheet away: 6 (matchday 6 to 16 of 2009–10 Bundesliga)
  • Lowest number of losses in a season at home (34 games): 0 (1972–73 Bundesliga and 1987–88 Bundesliga)
  • Highest number of goals in a game: 1. FC Köln 8–4 Tennis Borussia Berlin (1976–77 Bundesliga)
  • Highest number of viewers in a game: 88.075 Hertha BSC Berlin against 1. FC Köln (matchday 6 of 1969–70 Bundesliga)

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