FC Concordia Wilhelmsruh

FC Concordia Wilhelmsruh

FC Concordia Wilhelmsruh

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FC Concordia Wilhelmsruh is a German association football club based in Berlin. The club was founded on 29 June 1895 as Concordia Berlin and was one of the founding members of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fussball Bund or German Football Association) in Leipzig in 1900. It is named after Concordia, the Roman goddess of unity.


In its early years the club moved between first and second division level play on the local city circuit and captured its first honors with a second division title in 1901. That advanced the club to the Oberliga Berlin where they played a single season before becoming part of the Berliner Meistershaft, a competing first tier circuit. They returned to Oberliga play in 1911. The team twice appeared in Berliner-Pokal (Berlin Cup) play, being put out by Weißensee 1900 in a 1910 semifinal match, and in 1929, being thrashed 11–0 by Hertha Berlin in a quarterfinal contest.

Concordia fell to amateur level play at the end of the 1911–12 campaign. They merged with an unnamed local side in 1924 to become Ballspiel-Club Concordia vom Jahre 1895. The team remained a lower tier side until after World War II in 1945. In the aftermath of the war Allied occupation...
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