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The 1906 German football championship was the fourth competition for the national championship of Germany. Held under the auspices of the German Football Association (DFB), eight teams competed for the title. For the first time only champions of regional football associations were admitted to the championship, excluding champions of local associations such as the Verband Magdeburger Ballspielvereine (Association of Magdeburg ballgame clubs). An exception was the situation in Berlin where two associations — the Verband Berliner Ballspielvereine (VBB) and the Märkischer Fußballbund (MFB) — existed. Both their champions were admitted, as were defending champions Berliner TuFC Union 92.[1] This led to three teams from Berlin competing in the final tournament.[2]

1906 German championship
Deutsche Fußballmeisterschaft
Victoria Schalke-Museum.jpg
Replica of the Viktoria trophy
CountryGermany
Dates22 April – 27 May
Teams8
ChampionsVfB Leipzig
2nd German title
Runners-up1. FC Pforzheim
Matches played7
Goals scored39 (5.57 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Edgar Blüher (7 goals)
1905
1907

Contents

Qualified teamsEdit

CompetitionEdit

Quarter-finalsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

FinalEdit

1906 German football championship[2]
Final
VfB Leipzig2 — 11. FC Pforzheim
Blüher   15'
Riso   85'
Stöhr   26'
Club-Stadion an der Ziegelgasse, Nuremberg
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: Otto Eikhof
VfB Leipzig
  Johannes Schneider
  Arthur Werner
  Erhard Schmidt
  Heinrich Riso
  Georg Steinbeck
  Paul Oppermann
  Karl Uhle
  Camillo Ugi
  Martin Laessig
  Adalbert Friedrich
  Edgar Blüher
Manager:
1. FC Pforzheim
  Emil Faas
  Hermann Steudle
  Wilhelm Hiller
  Karl Jäger
  Hermann Hofer
  Arthur Hiller
  Gustav Stöhr
  Hermann Schweikert
  Emil Rühl
  Gustav Maier
  Julius Fink
Manager:

ReferencesEdit

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  6. ^ a b c "Deutsche Meisterschaft 1905/1906 .:. Viertelfinale". weltfussball.de. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
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  9. ^ "Deutsche Meisterschaft 1905/1906 .:. Halbfinale". weltfussball.de. Retrieved 29 July 2011.