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After away victories over second division side Arminia Hannover and fellow amateur side 1. FC Normannia Gmünd in the first two rounds, the team reached the third round, where it lost 0—4 to Hertha BSC.
After becoming a founding member of the Bezirksoberliga Schwaben in , the team was withdrawn at the end of the season, disbanded altogether and not reformed for more than a decade.
Since , the side once more played in the Landesliga Bayern-Süd, generally achieving good results and eventually being promoted to Regionalliga Bayern at the end of the —12 season.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German football club. Home colours. Away colours. Third colours. Main article: Augsburg Arena.
See also: Rosenaustadion. Main article: List of FC Augsburg seasons. League [ edit ] 2. Bundesliga Runners-up: —11 Regionalliga Süd II-III Champions: —74 , —06 Bayernliga III-IV Champions: —73 , —80 , —82 , —94 , —02 Runners-up: —85 Cup [ edit ] Schwaben Cup Tiers III-V Winners: 13 —69, —70, —71, —, —80, —86, —88, —93, —96, —99, —02, —04, —05 Runners-up: —92 Youth [ edit ] Under 19 Bundesliga Champions: —93 Under 17 Bundesliga Runners-up: —79 German Under 19 Cup Winners: —91, —92, —94, —95 Under 19 Bayernliga Champions: —78, —90, —93, —97, —10, —12, —16 Runners-up: —76, —79, —89, —05, —09 Under 17 Bayernliga Champions: —79, —81, —95, —03, —06, —15 Runners-up: —76, —77, —78, —84, —85, —91, —08, —10 Under 15 Bayernliga Champions: —96, —10 Runners-up: —81, —83, —85, — Main article: FC Augsburg II.
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BC Augsburg took up play in the first division Oberliga Süd in , but were sent down after just two seasons.
The bounced back with a Landesliga Bayern II title in and then beat 1. FC Bamberg 4—1, 1—1 in promotion round play.
The Oberliga Süddeutschland became the Oberliga Süd in , and BC spent 10 of the next 13 seasons in top flight play there, but struggled as a lower table side.
After the formation of the Bundesliga , Germany's first national professional circuit, the Augsburg club became part of the second tier Regionalliga Süd.
In , BC captured the division title in the Amateurliga Bayern III and advanced to the semi finals of the national amateur championship.
Through the 60s the club bounced back and forth between second and third division play until financial problems led to merger with TSV Schwaben Augsburg that created current day club FC Augsburg.
While the FC Augsburg holds up the traditions of the BCA, there is another club claiming some of the heritage of the club, the BC Augsburg-Oberhausen.
Based in the Oberhausen suburb of Augsburg where once the BCA hailed from, the club plays its home games at the Sportanlage Nord.
The BCA-O was formed in , a year after the old BCA disappeared, as Sportfreunde Oberhausen, but changed its name to BC Oberhausen in and,  in , to BC Augsburg-Oberhausen.
Its logo is very similar to the old BCA logo, too. This step was forced on the club for financial reasons. The club's seasons from to .
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Despite all this, the followers of Luther obtained the upper hand in the city council, which was facilitated by the fact that Augsburg, being a Free Imperial City, was totally independent of the Prince-Bishop.
By , various Catholic ecclesiastical usages, notably the observance of fast days, had been abolished in Augsburg.
The apostate priests, many of whom, after Luther's example, had taken wives, were supported by the city council, and the Catholics were denied the right of preaching.
During the German Peasants' War , many monasteries, institutions, and castles were destroyed. Between and , there was a significant Anabaptist presence in Augsburg.
It was the venue for the Martyrs' Synod in late August , an international meeting of representatives from various Anabaptist groups. A majority of the participants died as martyrs for their witness within a short time.
At the Diet of Augsburg in , at which the so-called Confessio Augustana was delivered to the emperor in the chapel of the episcopal palace, the emperor issued an edict according to which all innovations were to be abolished, and Catholics reinstated in their rights and property.
The city council however, set itself up in opposition, recalled the Protestant preachers who had been expatriated, suppressed Catholic services in all churches except the cathedral , and in joined the Schmalkaldic League.
At the beginning of this year a decree of the council was made, forbidding everywhere the celebration of Mass, preaching, and all ecclesiastical ceremonies, and giving to the Catholic clergy the alternative of enrolling themselves anew as citizens or leaving the city.
An overwhelming majority of both secular and regular clergy chose banishment; the bishop withdrew with the cathedral chapter to Dillingen, whence he addressed to the pope and the emperor an appeal for the redress of his grievances.
In the city of Augsburg the Catholic churches were seized by Lutheran and Zwinglian preachers; at the command of the council pictures were removed, and at the instigation of Bucer and others a disgraceful storm of popular iconoclasm followed, resulting in the destruction of many splendid monuments of art and antiquity.
The greatest intolerance was exercised towards the Catholics who had remained in the Free Imperial City; their schools were dissolved; parents were compelled to send their children to Lutheran institutions; it was even forbidden to hear Mass outside the city under severe penalties.
At the outbreak of hostilities between the emperor and the Schmalkaldic League, Augsburg, as a member of the league, took up arms against Charles V, and Bishop Otto invested and plundered Füssen, and confiscated nearly all the remaining possessions of the diocese.
After the victory at Mühlberg , however, the imperial troops marched against Augsburg, and the city was forced to beg for mercy, surrender twelve pieces of artillery, pay a fine, restore the greater number of churches to the Catholics and reimburse the diocese and the clergy for property confiscated.
In the bishop, Otto von Truchsess , who had meanwhile been created a cardinal, returned to the city with the cathedral chapter, followed shortly after by the emperor.
At the Diet held at Augsburg in the so-called "Augsburg Interim" was arranged. After a temporary occupation of the city and suppression of Catholic services by the Elector, Prince Maurice of Saxony , the "Religious Peace of Augsburg " was concluded at the Diet of ; it was followed by a long period of peace.
The disturbances of the Reformation were more disastrous in their results throughout the diocese and adjoining lands than within the immediate precincts of Augsburg.
Thus, after many perturbations and temporary restorations of the Catholic religion, the Protestants finally gained the upper hand in Württemberg , Oettingen , Neuburg , the Free Imperial Cities of Nördlingen , Memmingen , Kaufbeuren , Dinkelsbühl , Donauwörth , Ulm , in the ecclesiastical territory of Feuchtwangen and elsewhere.
Altogether during these years of religious warfare the Diocese of Augsburg lost to the Reformation about parishes, 24 monasteries, and over benefices.
Although the religious upheaval brought with it a great loss of worldly possessions, it was not without beneficial effect on religious life of the diocese.
Bishop Christopher von Stadion , while trying to protect Catholicism from the inroads of the Reformation, had sought to strengthen and revive ecclesiastical discipline, which had sadly declined, among both the secular and regular clergy.
This work was carried on even more energetically by Bishop Otto Truchsess, who achieved a fruitful counter-reformation. By frequent visitations he sought to become familiar with existing evils, and by means of diocesan synods and a vigorous enforcement of measures against ignorant and dissolute clerics, secular and regular, he endeavored to remedy these conditions.
He advanced the cause of education by founding schools; he summoned the Jesuits to his diocese, among others Blessed Peter Canisius , who from , in the capacity, of cathedral preacher, confessor, and catechist, exercised a remarkable fruitful and efficacious ministry.
In , Bishop Otto founded a seminary in Dillingen for the training of priests, obtained from the pope a decree raising it to the rank of a university , and, in , gave the direction of the new university to the Jesuits, for whom he had built a college in Dillingen.
It is due to his untiring labours and those of Canisius that much larger portions of the diocese were not lost to the Church. Under the immediate successors of Otto, the revival instituted by him progressed rapidly, and many excellent decrees were formulated.
Under Marquard II von Berg —91 a pontifical boarding school alumnatus was founded in Dillingen, colleges were established by the Jesuits in Landsberg , and through the bounty of the Fugger family, in Augsburg Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact us Donate.
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