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FV Straßburg was a German football club from Straßburg, Elsaß-Lothringen. Today the club plays as the French club Association Sportive de Strasbourg in what is now Strasbourg, Alsace.


Fussball Klub Straßburg was founded in 19 May 1890 and played in the VSFV (Verband Süddeutscher Fussballvereine or Federation of South German Football Teams). A merger with FC Celeritas Straßburg on 24 December 1898 led to the team being re-named Fussball Verein Straßburg. The club won the league title in 1899 with a 4:3 victory over Karlsruher FV. The two teams played a re-match in the following year's final, but the result has been lost to history. That same year FV became one of the founding members of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fussball Bund or German Football Association) at Leipzig. In 1902 the club's second team captured the VSFV second division title. From 1909 to 1912, the club played in the tier-one Südkreis-Liga.

The team's performance fell off over the next decade, but by 1917 Straßburg had resurfaced in the league playoff rounds, losing the 1917 final to Stuttgarter Kickers and going out in the semi-finals in 1918. After World War I Strasbourg was ceded to France as part of the territory of Alsace-Lorraine and FV Straßburg was removed from the German football scene in 1920 to play in the French leagues, first as Strasbourger FV, and following a union that same year with Strasbourger FC Donar (established 22 November 1899), as Association Sportive......
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