Sept. Paderborn blieb gefährlich. FCM -Keeper Alexander Brunst entschärfte einen Distanzschuss von Paderborns Innenverteidiger Uwe Hünemeier. Juli Paderborn l FCM-Trainer Jens Härtel war nach dem finalen Test in Paderborn bedient. „Wir haben verdient verloren, auch wenn Paderborn. Beck stand 8m weiter vollkommen frei und in guter Schußposition. 44'. das kann nicht gut gehen auf Dauer beim FCM Paderborn erhöht den Druck nun. 42'.
Assisted by Michel Niemeyer. Babacar Gueye SC Paderborn 07 right footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the right.
Assisted by Ben Zolinski with a through ball. FC Magdeburg right footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal.
Sebastian Vasiliadis SC Paderborn 07 left footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the left following a corner.
Conceded by Tobias Müller. Bernard Tekpetey SC Paderborn 07 left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Tobias Schwede SC Paderborn 07 left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner.
Felix Lohkemper replaces Richard Weil. Jamilu Collins tries a through ball, but Ben Zolinski is caught offside. Conceded by Jamilu Collins.
Ben Zolinski SC Paderborn 07 right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Assisted by Babacar Gueye. Tobias Schwede SC Paderborn 07 left footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Dennis Erdmann replaces Aleksandar Ignjovski.
FC Magdeburg wins a free kick in the defensive half. Christian Strohdiek SC Paderborn 07 right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. Assisted by Tobias Schwede.
Philip Türpitz replaces Marius Bülter. FC Magdeburg right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. FC Magdeburg wins a free kick on the right wing.
SC Paderborn 07 3, 1. FC Magdeburg left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Marcel Costly with a through ball.
Sebastian Vasiliadis SC Paderborn 07 right footed shot from very close range to the bottom right corner. Tobias Schwede replaces Christopher Antwi-Adjej.
Sebastian Vasiliadis replaces Klaus Gjasula. FC Magdeburg left footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top centre of the goal.
Assisted by Marius Bülter. Second Half begins SC Paderborn 07 2, 1. FC Magdeburg left footed shot from outside the box misses to the left.
Assisted by Richard Weil. Klaus Gjasula tries a through ball, but Babacar Gueye is caught offside. Alexander Brunst tries a through ball, but Christian Beck is caught offside.
Babacar Gueye SC Paderborn 07 header from the centre of the box misses to the left. However, the —66 season , when SC Aufbau's footballers became 1.
FC Magdeburg, ended in disaster: The club finished last in the table and was relegated to the second-tier DDR-Liga. With their new manager Heinz Krügel , Magdeburg were immediately repromoted and finished third in and During the s, the DDR-Oberliga was mostly dominated by two teams, 1.
One of the figures behind the success at Magdeburg was Heinz Krügel, manager of the first team. The golden age of Magdeburg football began in , when the club won the East German championship with the youngest squad in history.
Magdeburg had a record attendance in this season, an average 22, spectators per game. The following season Magdeburg finished third again.
The club's European campaign ended in the second round of the European Cup with a 0—2 aggregate loss against Juventus.
The home leg saw an attendance of 50, spectators. However, Magdeburg did not finish the season without a title, as they won their fourth FDGB-Pokal title with a 3—2 against 1.
The —74 season is generally considered as the most successful in the history of 1. Aside from winning their second East German championship , the club could celebrate the biggest success in club history when they won the Cup Winners' Cup against title holders AC Milan , beating them 2—0 in De Kuip in Rotterdam.
Magdeburg would be the only East German football club to triumph in a European competition. In the next season, Magdeburg defended their Oberliga title successfully and topped their record attendance once more, averaging 22, spectators.
However, the two teams were drawn against each other in the first round of the European Cup , and Bayern won both matches.
In , Heinz Krügel was relieved of his duties as manager of 1. They considered him politically unreliable.
His successor was Klaus Urbanczyk. Magdeburg would not win any more championships, but always finished in the top four for the rest of the s.
The late s saw Magdeburg play against a number of famous teams in the European competitions. But Magdeburg went out in the quarter-finals again, eventual winners PSV Eindhoven scoring the deciding goal with just 90 seconds left on the clock.
From the end of the s, 1. FC Magdeburg didn't have much more success in the league, aside from a third-placed finish in This had a profound effect on attendances: About 25, fans supported their team in Berlin's Stadion der Weltjugend against FC Karl-Marx-Stadt , a club record for travelling fans that still stands today.
The 1—5 home defeat against Barcelona three goals by Diego Maradona showed that the club from Magdeburg was no longer able to keep up with Europe's footballing greats.
From the mids, attendances shrunk to around 10, spectators. Only in the —90 season did 1. FC Magdeburg compete for the championship until the final day.
However, the team lost the decisive match against their direct competitors from Karl-Marx-Stadt and only managed to finish third in the table.
Grave mistakes by the club's management led to 1. FC Magdeburg losing touch with top-flight football. However, the club could not compensate for losing manager Joachim Streich to Eintracht Braunschweig and a number of players Dirk Schuster , Wolfgang Steinbach among others and only finished tenth.
During the —92 season Magdeburg managed to keep up with 1. FC Union Berlin , but eventually finished second, trailing the winners by thirteen points.
Magdeburg met then Second Bundesliga club Wuppertaler SV and beat them 8—7 after penalties in a dramatic game. In the third round, holders Bayer 04 Leverkusen came to a sold out Ernst-Grube-Stadion and triumphed, Magdeburg was beaten 5—1.
The —94 season saw Magdeburg miss out in yet another qualification, finishing seventh because they had scored less goals than Hertha Zehlendorf.
In this season, another Magdeburg team, Fortuna Magdeburg had been promoted to this league, leading to better attendance levels: Both derbies and the key match against FSV Hoyerswerda were watched by more than 10, people.
FCM averaged 3, spectators in that season. FC Magdeburg could reaffirm their position as the number one club in the city, finishing first in the league and winning promotion to the Regionalliga Nordost.
In —98 Magdeburg managed to stay in the third-tier Regionalliga and win the Saxony-Anhalt Cup for the second time and in the following year, the team competed for promotion to 2nd Bundesliga for a long time, but eventually finished third, raising hopes that the team would be able to qualify for the reduced Regionalligas in the following season.
However, a tenth place meant relegation to tier IV once more. Consolation could only be found in the club's reserves winning the Saxony-Anhalt Cup for a third time.
Magdeburg had a very successful season in — Not only did the club win their league in superior style, scoring more than goals, but they also reached the quarter final of the DFB-Pokal.
FC Magdeburg beat Bundesliga side 1. Additionally the club won their fourth Saxony-Anhalt-Cup. In the promotion play-offs, Magdeburg beat their old rivals BFC Dynamo 5—2 on aggregate, but financially the club was in deep trouble.
In order to be allowed to play, they had to raise 5 million DM in a matter of days. A two-day donation drive initiated by the fans brought 1 million Marks, the remaining sum was loaned to the club by two banks.
Magdeburg managed to remain in the league, finishing twelfth, and averaging 4, spectators, but in June the club had to go into receivership.
This led to the club's relegation to tier IV, and almost all players left the club and 1. FC Magdeburg had to manage the next season with players from their youth department and their reserves.
Despite this negative development, average attendance stayed at the same level. After the club had almost gone bust, its board restructured it and began to work at a slow, but steady reconstruction.
In , the city of Magdeburg resolved to build a new stadium, which meant that 1. The patient rebuilding of the squad paid off eventually, when the club was re-promoted to Regionalliga Nord in Additionally, Magdeburg won the Saxony-Anhalt-Cup for a sixth time.
The —07 Regionalliga Nord season saw Magdeburg with the simple goal of non-relegation and setting the foundation for qualifying for the new 3rd Liga in the —08 season.
In December Magdeburg moved to their new stadium, dramatically increasing attendance. With their fans as support, Magdeburg started a run of great results after the winter break that opened up the opportunity to win promotion to the Second Bundesliga immediately, a feat only two other teams FC Gütersloh and Carl Zeiss Jena had achieved before.
But despite having a five-point lead on the third-placed team three matchdays before the end of the season, Magdeburg eventually finished in a disappointing third place.
In the Saxony-Anhalt-Cup the reserves won the club's seventh title. In the following season the club missed out on qualification for the newly created 3rd Liga.
After a terrible first half of the campaign with as little as 24 points from 21 matches, the board sacked manager Dirk Heyne and replaced him with Paul Linz.
This proved to be a successful measure as the club moved to a qualifying spot with only two games to go.
Attendance remained high throughout the season, averaging 11, spectators. As only one player had a valid contract for the new league, the club was forced to bring in a large number of new players.
Especially in the midfield virtually none of the previous season's squad was retained. With just the top spot bringing promotion, the task for manager Linz was exceptionally difficult.
But in spite of the challenge of forming a team from scratch, the majority of managers in the league declared Magdeburg the top candidate for promotion.
Baumgart signed a contract until June Despite a mediocre record in the league, Baumgart' contact was extended another year until June For the following season, Magdeburg signed Ruud Kaiser as manager, tasked with building a team capable of winning the league within two years.
However, after a string of bad results brought the side dangerously close to relegation, Kaiser was let go and succeeded by Wolfgang Sandhowe.
Sandhowe stayed on as manager for the next season, but was unable to get results. Hence he was replaced by assistant manager Ronny Thielemann in October.
Detlef Ullrich became the new manager in March, with Thielemann working as assistant manager. After finishing bottom of the league at the end of the —12 season, new manager Andreas Petersen led the club to a 6th-place finish in his first and a 2nd-place finish in his second season, winning the Landespokal on both occasions.