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Frankfurt was up against 1. Therefore, FCN had already begun soliciting season tickets for next Bundesliga season in a letter to current season ticket holders within celebrating successfully avoiding relegation.
The stage was set for an improbable outcome. Nürnberg lost 1—2 with Frank Baumann missing a chance to score in the last minute.
Every other 1. FCN crashing to 16th place and into a shock relegation. FCN rebounded and played in the Bundesliga but still found itself flirting with relegation from season to season.
However, it had comfortably avoided relegation in the —06 season , finishing eighth in the Bundesliga. After several years of consolidation, Nürnberg seemed back as a force to reckon with in Bundesliga football.
In the first round of —08, however, the team could convince no more in Bundesliga. In the consequence of no improvement, Meyer was replaced by Thomas von Heesen after two legs in the second round.
The latter one did not do much better, and so 1. FCN was relegated after finishing 16th after losing a 2—0 home match against Schalke 04 on the final matchday.
After not meeting the expectations of dominating the 2. After a slow start, Oenning was able to guide Nürnberg to a third-place finish and a playoff with 16th placed Energie Cottbus.
Nürnberg won the playoff 5—0 on aggregate, rejoining the Bundesliga. The club was demoted again, however, after the —14 season , finishing 17th with a final matchday loss to Schalke The club finished third in the —16 season and qualified for the promotion play-off to the Bundesliga, but lost on aggregate to Eintracht Frankfurt to remain in the 2.
Bundesliga for — The club went on to finish 2nd in — season , securing a promotion spot into the Bundesliga with an away win against SV Sandhausen.
However, they finished dead last the next season and were relegated back to 2. In the —20 2. Bundesliga season , they finished in 16th place, and faced a relegation playoff against 3.
Liga side Ingolstadt , for which Nürnberg prevailed and retained its second tier status after winning on aggregate score thanks to the away goals rule.
The away goal which retained their second-tier status was scored in the sixth minute of injury time in the second leg, thereby keeping them up at the last moment.
SpVgg Greuther Fürth is 1. FCN's longest standing local rival. The rivalry dates back to the early days of German football when, at times, those two clubs dominated the national championship.
The clubs have played matches against one another, the most in German professional football. In , the Germany national team consisted only of players from Nürnberg and Fürth for a match against the Netherlands in Amsterdam.
The players traveled in the same train, but with the Nürnberg players in a carriage at the front of the train and those from Fürth in a carriage at the rear, while team manager Georg B.
Blaschke sat in the middle. A Fürth player scored the first goal of the match but was only congratulated by Fürth players.
Allegedly, Hans Sutor , a former Fürth player, was forced to leave the team when he married a woman from Nuremberg. He was later signed by 1.
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