They are ready to continue. Alfredo Morales FC Ingolstadt 04 right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Moritz Hartmann.
Tim Matavz replaces Caiuby. Dominik Kohr FC Augsburg wins a free kick in the defensive half. Conceded by Marwin Hitz. Markus Suttner tries a through ball, but Lukas Hinterseer is caught offside.
Moritz Hartmann FC Ingolstadt 04 right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Moritz Hartmann FC Ingolstadt 04 right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner.
Lukas Hinterseer FC Ingolstadt 04 wins a free kick on the left wing. Mathew Leckie FC Ingolstadt 04 is shown the yellow card.
Caiuby FC Augsburg wins a free kick in the defensive half. Conceded by Marvin Matip. Caiuby FC Augsburg left footed shot from outside the box is blocked.
Tobias Werner FC Augsburg wins a free kick in the attacking half. Conceded by Daniel Baier. Assisted by Mathew Leckie.
Lukas Hinterseer FC Ingolstadt 04 wins a free kick in the defensive half. Markus Suttner FC Ingolstadt 04 hits the bar with a left footed shot from outside the box from a direct free kick.
Mathew Leckie FC Ingolstadt 04 wins a free kick in the attacking half. Lineups are announced and players are warming up.
Roger FC Ingolstadt 04 wins a free kick in the attacking half. Roger FC Ingolstadt 04 wins a free kick on the left wing. Moritz Hartmann FC Ingolstadt 04 right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right.
Assisted by Lukas Hinterseer with a headed pass. Delay in match Roger FC Ingolstadt 04 because of an injury. Caiuby FC Augsburg wins a free kick on the right wing.
Tobias Werner FC Augsburg left footed shot from the left side of the box misses to the right. Assisted by Halil Altintop following a fast break.
League restructuring was planned for the —09 season with the introduction of a national third division and FC would have to finish their —08 Regionalliga season in the top 10 to qualify.
They exceeded that goal by finishing second and advancing to the 2. Ingolstadt won its debut second division match, but the following months proved less successful for the club and by the mid-winter break they had dropped to 12th place.
The latter half of the season proved even worse with the club only realizing 1 win in 18 matches. They finished the season in 17th place and were subsequently relegated to the 3.
FC delivered a steady performance in third division play and ended their campaign in third place. Ingolstadt won both legs of the two match play-off and returned to the second division alongside the top two third tier teams which advanced automatically by virtue of their finishes.
On 17 May , they clinched the —15 2. Bundesliga title and won promotion for the first time in their history to the Bundesliga. In the —13 season the team played in the new Regionalliga Bayern.
The club nickname Die Schanzer has a military background, meaning trenchmen or rampartmen. The official club anthem is called " Schanzer Herz ", performed by Ingolstadt-based hard rock band Bonfire.
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The club has qualified for the first round of the German Cup ten times and the third round just once: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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With the gradual reduction of the number of second divisions from five in to one in , a number of Bavarian clubs that had once played at higher level had now dropped down to this level, and competition in the league was much stronger than in the past: Bundesliga in recent years.
While the club was one of the top sides in the league, another title did not seem to materialise; a second-place finish in being the best result, one point behind champions SpVgg Bayreuth.
It was only when Armin Veh took over the team in that fortunes for the team seemed to improve,  not harmed by the fact Munich made its "escape" from the league and returned to professional football that year.
In , the club won its one and only national championship to date, when 1. FC Kaiserslautern was defeated in the German Under championship final.
In , the club had another try at promotion in the last year of promotion play-offs to the 2. Despite being overmatched and unable to advance, they still received strong support in the region with crowds of over 20, turning up at the games.
While the performance was not enough to gain entry to the 2. Augsburg spent the first four years in the new league as a mid-table side, never getting anywhere near the promotion ranks.
The fifth season then saw a decline, with the team only finishing 14th and only two points clear of a relegation spot. The following year was once more a qualifying season, with the number of Regionalligas being reduced in numbers from four to two.
FCA fulfilled the on-the-field requirement, finishing eighth, its best Regionalliga result to that date.
Financially, however, the club was in dire straits, with a real possibility of the club folding. While the latter threat could be averted, FCA was refused a Regionalliga licence when a potential investor backed out and the German Football Association DFB relegated it to the Bayernliga, now the fourth tier.
Financial rescue came in the form of Walther Seinsch , a local entrepreneur, who took over as chairman and introduced sound financial management to the club.
The club was able to field a competitive team in the Bayernliga once more and achieved promotion back to the Regionalliga in its second season, in The club returned as a force in the third division, earning top-four finishes in all of the next four seasons there.
FCA came achingly close to advancing to 2. Bundesliga in , but missed their opportunity after giving up two goals to Jahn Regensburg in the last four minutes of their final game of the season.
Bundesliga for the —07 season. This marked their first appearance in the 2. Bundesliga in 23 years. They finished the campaign in seventh place on 52 points, only eight points away from promotion to the top-flight.
Once again, the game at Munich was the highlight, with a 3—0 victory for Augsburg in front of 69, in the Allianz Arena. The club avoided relegation on goal average, being on equal points with relegated side Kickers Offenbach at the end of the season.
Under Dutch manager Jos Luhukay , Augsburg enjoyed a successful season in —10, when the club reached the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal as well as finishing third in the 2.
Bundesliga, which allowed it to play 1. In two games there, the Franconians kept the upper hand and FCA was condemned to wait another year.
However, at the end of the —11 season, FC Augsburg finished second in the league and was promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time in its history.
On 28 April , FCA retained their status as a Bundesliga club for a second year with a game to spare. On 17 May , the club appointed Markus Weinzierl as its new manager.
In its second Bundesliga season, FCA struggled even more than in its first year, accumulating only nine points in the first half of the season.
FCA qualified for the —16 Europa League after finishing fifth in the —15 Bundesliga , their best ever finish. After a 3—1 away win in the last group match at Partizan , FCA advanced to the knockout stage of the competition,  being drawn against Liverpool in the round of On 2 June , Markus Weinzierl left FC Augsburg to become manager at Schalke 04 , followed by the immediate signing of Dirk Schuster then-outgoing manager at Darmstadt 98 as his successor.
He was subsequently followed by Manuel Baum on 14 December