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1912 German football championship

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Date  26 May 1912
Referee  Paul Schröder
Venue  Hoheluft, Hamburg
Attendance  9,000
1912 German football championship
Event  German football championship

The 1912 German football championship, the 10th edition of the competition, was won by Holstein Kiel, defeating Karlsruher FV 1–0 in the final.

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It was Kiel's sole German championship win, previously having made a losing appearance in the 1910 final. Holstein Kiel made one more final appearance, in 1930, where it lost to Hertha BSC. For Karlsruher FV it was the last final appearance for the club, having previously defeated Kiel in the 1910 final and lost the 1905 one to Union 92 Berlin.

Karlsruhe's Fritz Förderer was the top scorer of the 1912 championship with six goals.

Eight clubs qualified for the competition played in knock-out format, the champions of each of the seven regional football championships as well as the defending German champions.

Qualified teams

The teams qualified through the regional championships:

Quarter-finals

The quarter-finals, played on 5 and 12 May 1912:

Semi-finals

The semi-finals, played on 19 May 1912:

References

1912 German football championship Wikipedia


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