Germany - ATSB/Rotbund Championships


The ATSB (Arbeiter-Turn- und Sportbund), founded 1893 as Arbeiter-Turnbund, organised national German championships after World War I. In 1930, the communist Rotbund (officially known as Kampfgemeinschaft für rote Sporteinheit, abbreviated KG) split off. Both were forbidden in 1933.
Also see catholic and conservative football championships in Germany.
Also see comparable organisations in Austria, Finland and Switzerland.
ATSB champions

1920    TSV 1895 Fürth                  3-2 TuS Süden Forst 07
1921    TB Leipzig-Stötteritz 1892      3-0 BFC Nordiska 1913 (Berlin)
1922    TB Leipzig-Stötteritz 1892      4-1 BV 06 Kassel 
1923    TB Leipzig-Stötteritz 1892      1-0 BFC Alemannia 22 (Berlin)         
1924    Dresdner SV 1910                6-1 SV Stern Breslau 
1925    Dresdner SV 1910                7-0 SV Stralau (Berlin)
1926    Dresdner SV 1910                5-1 TuS Süden Forst 07 
1927    Dresdner SV 1910                4-1 TSVgg. 91 Nürnberg-West
1928    Pankower SC Adler 08 (Berlin)   5-4 ASV Frankfurt-Westend 96
1929    SC Lorbeer 06 Hamburg           5-4 FT Döbern 
1930    TSV Nürnberg-Ost                6-1 Bahrenfelder SV 1919 
1931    SC Lorbeer 06 Hamburg           4-2 SpVgg. 12 Pegau
1932    TSV Nürnberg-Ost                4-1 FT Cottbus 93

KG champions

1931    Dresdner SV 1910                3-2 Sparta 1911 Lichtenberg (Berlin)    
1932    FT Jeßnitz                      8-0 BV Gelsenkirchen-Bismarck Ost   


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