Bodensee-Fußballvereinigung


This organisation was founded 1909 and dissolved 1913; it comprised clubs on the border of the Bodensee (Lake of Konstanz) and organised an 'international' championship involving clubs from Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Other participants (apart from FC Konstanz (Germany) and FC Lustenau (Austria)) apparently included FC Friedrichshafen (later renamed VfB Friedrichshafen; Germany), FC Rheineck and FC Stachen (later merged with FC Arbon) (both Switzerland).

Later a Bodensee-Vorarlberg Liga was founded 1930/31, but this apparently did not include any Austrian (or Swiss) clubs until the Anschluß 1938; its last complete season was organised in 1940/41.


List of Champions

1909/10  FC Lustenau
1910     FC Konstanz
1911/12  FC Konstanz
1912/13  FC Lustenau

NB: in 1925 another Bodensee-Meisterschaft was played, apparently as
    knock-out tournament; Final: FC Konstanz 10-1 FC Amriswil;
    another source (vsport.at) also credits FC Lustenau with Bodenseeliga
    titles in 1911, 1926, 1927, 1932 and 1933.

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Sources: [Sch 51], FC Konstanz

Prepared and maintained by Hans Schöggl for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 9 Jan 2008

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