Monday, 18 January 2010

1.Fc-Koeln v Borussia Dortmund

Bundesliga 1

1.Fc-Koeln 2 Borussia Dortmund 3

RheinEngerie Stadion (Mungersdorfer)

January 17th 2010 5.30pm Kick off
Attendance 50,000 (Capacity 50,000)
Weather Very Cold -1
Ticket Seating 25 Euros
Stadium 5/5
Referee Mr Florian Meyer 2/5
Beer 4/5 (Kolsch Pils 500mls 3.30 Euros)
Entertainment 5/5
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My Route By Train
Gutersloh Hbf - Hamm Hbf 36 Mins
Hamm Hbf - Cologne hbf 1 Hr 40 Mins
10 Min Walk to Neumarkt
Neumarkt - RheinEngerie Stadion 20 Mins By Tram
3 mins Walk To The Stadium
























A Fact

In the early years of the Bundesliga, 1. FC Köln was the most successful club in West Germany in terms of total points won. However, beginning in the early 1990s the club's performance fell, and in 1998 they were relegated for the first time. Since about 2000, the side has been a "yo-yo" team, moving between the first and second divisions. They returned to the Bundesliga at the end of the 2004-05 season as 2.Bundesliga champions after having been relegated the season before. There was little optimism about their return to the top flight as they were picked by German football magazine Kicker as one of the clubs most likely to be relegated.

This prediction came true when Köln lost to Hamburg 0-1 in the third to last match of the season. The club finished the season in second to last place and was relegated after conceding a league-worst 71 goals. The team's most prolific goalscorer was Lukas Podolski with a total of 12 goals, who transferred to Bayern Munich after the end of the season. He also appeared with the national side in the 2006 World Cup competition.

In late 2006, former coach Christoph Daum was convinced to once again take the helm of the 2. Bundesliga club and succeeded in leading the club back to the 1. Bundesliga in 2008. After a successful Bundesliga campaign in 2008–09 Daum left Köln towards his former club Fenerbahçe. Also Köln's former star-striker Lukas Podolski returned for the 2009–10 season

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