| Otto Eikhof|
19 May 1907
| Freiburger FC|
| German football championship|
Stadion am Kanal, Frankenthal
1914 German football championship
The 1907 German football championship was the fifth season in which teams competed for the national championship title. Six teams qualified to reach the final stages of the competition, and the winners were Freiburger FC, defeating Viktoria 89 Berlin 3–1 in the final.
For Freiburger FC it was the sole appearance in the German championship final. Viktoria 89 Berlin made its first of four final appearances in 1907, going on to win the 1908 and 1911 championships as well as losing the 1909 final in between.
Viktoria's Helmut Röpnack and Freiburg's Phillip Burkart were the top scorers of the 1907 championship with four goals each.
Six clubs qualified for the competition played in knock-out format, the champions of each of the six regional football championships.
1907 German football championship Wikipedia
The teams qualified through the regional championships:
The preliminary round, played on 21 April 1907: