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The club finished in mid-table throughout the late s and early s in the Bezirksliga Rhein-Saar. After the re-organization of German football under the Third Reich into sixteen top flight regional leagues, Mannheim began play in the Gauliga Baden.
The club performed well in the years leading up to World War II and the throughout the conflict, taking division titles in , , , and However they could not translate this success in league play into success in the national playoffs with their best result being an advance to the quarterfinals where they were put out 2—3 by eventual vice-champions FV Saarbrücken.
Mannheim repeated as division champions in Wartime conditions made playing football increasingly difficult in the country, so much so that the national playoffs were initially abandoned and VfR declared champions by the sport's governing authority.
However, this decision was revoked after protests from other clubs and the playoff competition reinstated. Mannheim advanced only as far as the eighth final before being eliminated by 1.
After the war VfR Mannheim played in the first division Oberliga Süd where they earned unremarkable results until a surprising breakthrough in that saw the team transform a distant second-place finish in their division into a national championship.
After thrashing Hamburger SV 5—0 in the opening round, they upset Kickers Offenbach , who had finished eleven points ahead of them in their Oberliga division that season, by a score of 2—1.
VfR then earned a come from behind 3—2 overtime victory over Borussia Dortmund in front of 90, fans in the final.
Between and German national champions were awarded the Viktoria trophy. The missing prize was replaced by the Meisterschale in and was first awarded to Mannheim despite 1.
FC Nürnberg being Germany's first postwar champions in Today the Meisterschale recognizes the country's Bundesliga champions and is inscribed with the names of each national championship team since The Viktoria has since been recovered and is held by the German Football Association.
The next year they again met Dortmund in the playoffs, this time in the opening round, and once again eliminated them. Mannheim played in the second tier Regionalliga Süd formed in at the same time as Germany's new professional league, the Bundesliga.
After ten years near or at the bottom of the league table they fell to tier III football, the Amateurliga Nordbaden. Despite ongoing financial problems they rebuffed offers of a merger from SV Waldhof Mannheim in and again in They were denied a license that year and driven to the Verbandsliga Nordbaden V.
However, the side performed well enough to win their division the next season and promotion to Oberliga Baden-Württemberg IV , where they play today.
With a sixteenth place in —08, they narrowly avoided relegation, being on equal points with the seventeenth team. Bundesliga club until slipping to the Regionalliga Süd for two seasons in — A merger with VfR Mannheim was considered in but the club walked away from a deal at the last minute.
Their return to the 2. Bundesliga in after a season long struggle with Kickers Offenbach was cut short in when financial irregularities saw the German Football Association deny the team a license, dropping them to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg IV.
Another attempt at a merger with VfR failed that same year. The club played in the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg until —08, when a third-place finish allowed them qualification for the Regionalliga.
After coming fourth in the Regionalliga Süd in —09, the club was moved across to the Regionalliga West in —10 in an effort to balance out the three Regionalligas.
After just two seasons in the Regionalliga, Waldhof again had their license withdrawn in and were demoted back to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg, now the fifth level of German football, despite having finished clear of the relegation zone on the pitch with the league's smallest budget.
Waldhof Mannheim spent only one year in the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg, winning this league in and advancing directly back to the Regionalliga.
On 11 June they defeated FV Illertissen in their final season match to clinch promotion and also set a new fifth-division attendance record, with 18, spectators seeing the match.
It surpassed the previous record, the Leipzig derby, by more than 3, spectators. At the end of the season the club was grouped into the new Regionalliga Südwest , which replaced the Regionalliga Süd in the region.
Waldhof won the league in —16 but lost to Sportfreunde Lotte in the promotion round and had to remain in the Regionalliga. Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. After two seasons in the Oberliga with good results, the team had to be withdrawn due to the forced relegation of the first team.
In the —08 season, the team narrowly missed out on Verbandsliga promotion when it finished second on equal points to the SV Sandhausen II.
Recent managers of the club: The recent season-by-season performance of the club: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. League [ edit ] Kreisliga Odenwald I Champions: Oberliga Süd II Champions: Bundesliga I 11th 1.
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