FC Augsburg is a domestic football club in Germany. The club played professional football in German belongs from Augsburg, Bavaria. FC Augsburg currently competes in the Bundesliga, the top flight of the German football league system.
FC Augsburg has played their home matches in WWK Arena football stadium with a capacity of 30,660 people.
The club has a famous nickname Fuggerstädter which came from the prominent Fugger family of Augsburg, founders of the Fuggerei.
In early 1907, a group of men started playing soccer periodically on the large field in Augsburg city. In the following year, more and more players kept showing up to play, so on 8 August 1907, a club was officially created named FC Alemania. Alemania is the old name of Augsburg city.
The club merged with another local club named TV 1871 Augsburg in 1909 and moved its home ground. They joined the German Football Association in 1914.
The club randomly changed its name and merged with another club. But finally, the club joined with a club in 1969 and officially announced its current name of Fußball-Club Augsburg 1907 e. V.
The current badge of FC Augsburg represents the history and pride of the city of Augsburg. Most of its elements are borrowed from the city’s coat of arms.
The red & white shield and the pine cone came from the city’s coat of arms—the letters FCA at the top stand for the club FC Augsburg.
The red, white, and green rectangles are the colors of the city’s coat of arms and are the club’s official colors. And the foundation year 1907 is written at the bottom of the badge.
The club’s home kit is a red-green striped shirt with solid green half-pant and red socks. FC Augsburg also has full white color away kits and black third kits.
Michael Gregoritsch is fantastic with his incredible speed stamina. He has scored five goals and become the top scorer of FC Augsburg in this season of Bundesliga.
Daniel Caligiuri is an absolute midfielder to creating goals and scoring. He managed to score two goals while he produced two assists.
Another midfielder Andre Hahn and forward Florian Niederlechner is brilliant with solid build speed. Both were able to score three goals and one assist.
FC Augsburg has some other key players to score and some trusted figures in the defense. They are Alfred Finnbogason (2 goals, one assist), Reece Oxford (2 goals), Lago (1 goal, three assists), Andi Zeqiri (2 goals, one assist), and Arne Maier (1 goal, two assists).
The German Markus Weinzierl is the running manager of FC Augsburg. Weinzierl started his journey in FC Augsburg from 26 April 2021. Markus Weinzierl guided the club to playing attractive football with high energy pressing at the core of their playing style.
FC Augsburg won Regionalliga Süd titles in 1973–74, 2005–06. The club was runners-up in 2. Bundesliga in 2010-11. The club became champions of Bayernliga five times in 1972–73, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1993–94, and 2001–02.
FC Augsburg won Schwaben Cup 13 times and also one time semi-finalist of DFB-Pokal Cup. The club finished as 5th in 2015-16 season their best position in 1. Bundesliga.
According to information, Michael Thurk is the all-time highest scorer of the club with 56 goals, while Daniel Baier played most of the 335 matches for the club.
In 2010–11 2. Bundesliga, FC Augsburg was runners up. The club played excellently and got promotions to compete in Bundesliga, gaining 65 points from 34 games.
On 23 March 2010, FC Augsburg reached in the semi-final of DFB-Pokal Cup. But unfortunately, the club lost against Werder Bremen in 0-2.
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FC Augsburg has been passing through a bad time in this Bundesliga 2021-22. But the club is trying hard and soul not to get relegations. Keep in touch and enjoy your time by watching FC Augsburg on Stream Online.