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2007–08 in German football

Football in Germany
Season2007–08
Men's football
BundesligaBayern Munich
2. BundesligaBorussia Mönchengladbach
DFB-PokalBayern Munich
DFL-LigapokalBayern Munich
Women's football
Frauen-Bundesliga1. FFC Frankfurt
DFB-Pokal1. FFC Frankfurt
← 2006–07 Germany 2008–09

The 2007–08 season is the 98th season of competitive football in Germany.

Promotion and relegation

Pre Season

League Promoted to League Relegated from League
Bundesliga
2. Bundesliga
Bundesliga (women)
2. Bundesliga (women)

Post Season

League Promoted to League Relegated from League
Bundesliga
2. Bundesliga
Bundesliga (women)
2. Bundesliga (women)

National teams

Germany national football team

UEFA Euro 2008 qualification

  Win   Draw   Loss

Date Venue Location Opponent Score
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Germany Opponent
8 September 2007 Millennium Stadium Cardiff, Wales  Wales 2–0 25,000 Klose Goal 6'60' Gabbidon Yellow card 38'
Collins Yellow card 41'
[1]
13 October 2007 Croke Park Dublin, Ireland  Republic of Ireland 0–0 67,495 Lehmann Yellow card 52'
Frings Yellow card 55'
Friedrich Yellow card 90'
Carsley Yellow card 36'
Dunne Yellow card 44'
[2]
17 October 2007 Allianz Arena Munich, Germany  Czech Republic 0–3 66,600 Podolski Yellow card 46' Sionko Goal 2'
Matějovský Goal 23'
Plašil Goal 63'
[3]
17 November 2007 AWD-Arena Hanover, Germany  Cyprus 4–0 45,016 Fritz Goal 2'
Klose Goal 20'
Podolski Goal 20'
Hitzlsperger Goal 82'
[4]
21 November 2007 Commerzbank-Arena Frankfurt, Germany  Wales 0–0 49,252 Collins Yellow card 82'
Gabbidon Yellow card 83'
Hennessey Yellow card 89'
[5]

UEFA Euro 2008

  Win   Draw   Loss

Round Date
Kick–off time
Venue Location Opponent Score
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Germany Opponent
Group B 8 June 2008
20:45 (CEST)
Wörthersee Stadion Klagenfurt, Austria  Poland 2–0 30,461 Podolski Goal 20'72'
Schweinsteiger Yellow card 64'
Smolarek Yellow card 40'
Lewandowski Yellow card 60'
[6]
Group B 12 June 2008
18:00 (CEST)
Wörthersee Stadion Klagenfurt, Austria  Croatia 2–1 30,461 Ballack Yellow card 75'
Podolski Goal 79'
Lehmann Yellow card 90+2'
Schweinsteiger Red card 90+2'
Srna Goal 24'Yellow card 27'
Šimunić Yellow card 45+1'
Olić Goal 62'
Leko Yellow card 90+2'
Modrić Yellow card 90+3'
[7]
Group B 16 June 2008
20:45 (CEST)
Ernst-Happel-Stadion Vienna, Austria  Austria 1–0 51,428 Ballack Goal 49' Stranzl Yellow card 13'
Hoffer Yellow card 31'
Ivanschitz Yellow card 48'
[8]
Quarter-finals 19 June 2008
20:45 (CEST)
St. Jakob-Park Basel, Switzerland  Portugal 3–2 39,374 Schweinsteiger Goal 22'
Klose Goal 26'
Friedrich Yellow card 48'
Lahm Yellow card 49'
Ballack Goal 61'
Petit Yellow card 26'
Gomes Goal 40'
Pepe Yellow card 60'
Postiga Goal 87'Yellow card 90'
[9]
Semi-finals 25 June 2008
20:45 (CEST)
St. Jakob-Park Basel, Switzerland  Turkey 3–2 39,374 Schweinsteiger Goal 26'
Klose Goal 79'
Lahm Goal 90'
Boral Goal 22'
Şentürk Yellow card 53'Goal 86'
Sarıoğlu Yellow card 90+4'
[10]
Final 29 June 2008
20:45 (CEST)
Ernst-Happel-Stadion Vienna, Austria  Spain 0–1 51,428 Ballack Yellow card 43'
Kurányi Yellow card 88'
Torres Goal 33'Yellow card 74'
Casillas Yellow card 43'
[11]

Friendly matches

Date Venue Location Opponent Score
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Germany Opponent
22 August 2007 Wembley Stadium London, England  England 2–1 86,133 Kuranyi Goal 26'
Pander Goal 40'
Lampard Goal 9'
Cole Yellow card 34'
[12]
12 September 2007 RheinEnergieStadion Cologne, Germany  Romania 3–1 44,500 Schneider Goal 42'
Trochowski Yellow card 61'
Odonkor Goal 65'
Podolski Goal 82'Yellow card 82'
Goian Goal 3'
Nicolita Yellow card 54'
[13]
6 February 2008 Ernst-Happel-Stadion Vienna, Austria  Austria 3–0 48,500 Hitzlsperger Goal 53'
Klose Goal 63'
Friedrich Yellow card 71'
Mertesacker Yellow card 77'
Ballack Yellow card 78'
Gómez Goal 80'
Aufhauser Yellow card 48'
Linz Yellow card 78'
[14]
26 March 2008 St. Jakob-Park Basel, Switzerland   Switzerland 4–0 38,500 Klose Goal 23'Yellow card 48'
Schweinsteiger Yellow card 45'
Gómez Goal 61'67'
Inler Yellow card 65' [15]
27 May 2008 Fritz Walter Stadion Kaiserslautern, Germany  Belarus 2–2 47,258 Klose Goal 10'
Karytska Goal 20' (o.g.)
Lentsevich Yellow card 9'
Putsila Yellow card 15'
Bulyga Goal 61'88'
[16]
31 May 2008 Veltins-Arena Gelsenkirchen, Germany  Serbia 2–1 53,951 Neuville Goal 74'
Ballack Goal 82'
Janković Goal 18'
Ivanović Yellow card 80'
[17]

Germany women's national football team

2007 FIFA Women's World Cup

  Win   Draw   Loss

Round Date
Kick–off time
Venue Location Opponent Score
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Germany Opponent
Group A 10 September 2007
20:00 (CST)
Hongkou Football Stadium Shanghai, China  Argentina 11–0 28,098 Behringer Goal 12'24'
Garefrekes Goal 17'
Prinz Goal 29'45+1'59'
Lingor Goal 51'90+1'
Smisek Goal 57'70'79'
Laudehr Yellow card 60'
Bartusiak Yellow card 86'
Gómez Yellow card 16'
Chávez Yellow card 20'
González Yellow card 56'
Quiñones Yellow card 90+2'
[18]
Group A 14 September 2007
20:00 (CST)
Hongkou Football Stadium Shanghai, China  England 0–0 27,730 Krahn Yellow card 36'
Laudehr Yellow card 84'
Bajramaj Yellow card 85'
Chapman Yellow card 16'
Williams Yellow card 55'
[19]
Group A 17 September 2007
20:00 (CST)
Yellow Dragon Stadium Hangzhou, China  Japan 2–0 39,817 Prinz Goal 21'
Garefrekes Yellow card 82'
Lingor Goal 87' (pen.)
Müller Yellow card 88'
Sakai Yellow card 16' [20]
Quarter-finals 22 September 2007
17:00 (CST)
Wuhan Sports Center Stadium Wuhan, China  North Korea 3–0 37,200 Garefrekes Goal 44'
Lingor Goal 67'
Krahn Goal 72'
Song Yellow card 51' [21]
Semi-finals 26 September 2007
20:00 (CST)
Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium Tianjin, China  Norway 3–0 53,819 Rønning Goal 42' (o.g.)
Stegemann Goal 72'
Müller Goal 75'
Kaurin Yellow card 14' [22]
Final 30 September 2007
20:00 (CST)
Hongkou Football Stadium Shanghai, China  Brazil 2–0 31,000 Garefrekes Yellow card 7'
Prinz Goal 52'
Bresonik Yellow card 63'
Laudehr Goal 86'
Daniela Yellow card 59' [23]

League season

Men

Bundesliga

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Bayern Munich (C) 34 22 10 2 68 21 +47 76 2008–09 UEFA Champions League Group stage
2 Werder Bremen 34 20 6 8 75 45 +30 66
3 Schalke 04 34 18 10 6 55 32 +23 64 2008–09 UEFA Champions League Third qualifying round
4 Hamburger SV 34 14 12 8 47 26 +21 54 2008–09 UEFA Cup First round
5 VfL Wolfsburg 34 15 9 10 58 46 +12 54
6 VfB Stuttgart 34 16 4 14 57 57 0 52 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup Third round
7 Bayer Leverkusen 34 15 6 13 57 40 +17 51
8 Hannover 96 34 13 10 11 54 56 −2 49
9 Eintracht Frankfurt 34 12 10 12 43 50 −7 46
10 Hertha BSC 34 12 8 14 39 44 −5 44 2008–09 UEFA Cup First qualifying round[a]
11 Karlsruher SC 34 11 10 13 38 53 −15 43
12 VfL Bochum 34 10 11 13 48 54 −6 41
13 Borussia Dortmund 34 10 10 14 50 62 −12 40 2008–09 UEFA Cup First round[b]
14 Energie Cottbus 34 9 9 16 35 56 −21 36
15 Arminia Bielefeld 34 8 10 16 35 60 −25 34
16 1. FC Nürnberg (R) 34 7 10 17 35 51 −16 31 Relegation to 2. Fußball-Bundesliga
17 Hansa Rostock (R) 34 8 6 20 30 52 −22 30
18 MSV Duisburg (R) 34 8 5 21 36 55 −19 29
Source: www.dfb.de
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ An additional UEFA Cup spot was awarded to the Bundesliga after it had been drawn from the best teams of the UEFA Fair Play ranking 2007–08. The spot was awarded to national Fair Play competition winners Hertha BSC.
  2. ^ Because German Cup 2007–08 winners Bayern Munich had already qualified for the Champions League via their league placement, losing finalists Borussia Dortmund took the UEFA Cup spot reserved for the cup winners.

2. Bundesliga

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Borussia Mönchengladbach (C, P) 34 18 12 4 71 38 +33 66 Promotion to Bundesliga
2 1899 Hoffenheim (P) 34 17 9 8 60 40 +20 60
3 1. FC Köln (P) 34 17 9 8 62 44 +18 60
4 Mainz 05 34 16 10 8 62 36 +26 58
5 SC Freiburg 34 15 10 9 49 44 +5 55
6 SpVgg Greuther Fürth 34 14 10 10 53 47 +6 52
7 Alemannia Aachen 34 14 9 11 49 44 +5 51
8 Wehen Wiesbaden 34 11 11 12 47 53 −6 44
9 FC St. Pauli 34 11 9 14 47 53 −6 42
10 TuS Koblenz 34 12 11 11 46 47 −1 41[a]
11 1860 Munich 34 9 14 11 42 45 −3 41
12 VfL Osnabrück 34 10 10 14 43 54 −11 40
13 1. FC Kaiserslautern 34 9 12 13 37 37 0 39
14 FC Augsburg 34 10 8 16 39 51 −12 38
15 Kickers Offenbach (R) 34 9 11 14 38 60 −22 38 Relegation to 3. Liga
16 Erzgebirge Aue (R) 34 7 11 16 49 57 −8 32
17 SC Paderborn (R) 34 6 13 15 33 54 −21 31
18 Carl Zeiss Jena (R) 34 6 11 17 45 68 −23 29
Source: Bundesliga.de
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ Due to licensing irregularities TuS Koblenz were given a six points deduction.

Women

Bundesliga

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 1. FFC Frankfurt (C) 22 17 3 2 87 22 +65 54 2007–08 Bundesliga (women) champions
2 FCR 2001 Duisburg 22 17 2 3 65 20 +45 53
3 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam 22 11 5 6 48 32 +16 38
4 FC Bayern Munich 22 12 2 8 53 38 +15 38
5 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 22 12 1 9 43 33 +10 37
6 VfL Wolfsburg 22 10 4 8 42 48 −6 34
7 SG Essen-Schönebeck 22 9 6 7 43 40 +3 33
8 SC Freiburg 22 6 3 13 30 63 −33 21
9 TSV Crailsheim 22 5 4 13 28 43 −15 19
10 Hamburger SV 22 4 6 12 23 43 −20 18
11 1. FC Saarbrücken[a] 22 4 6 12 26 51 −25 18 Will be relegated to the 2. Bundesliga (women)
12 SG Wattenscheid 09[a] 22 3 2 17 17 69 −52 11
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Promoted from the 2. Bundesliga (women) last season

2. Bundesliga

North
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 HSV Borussia Friedenstal 22 13 5 4 53 33 +20 44 Will be promoted to the Fußball-Bundesliga (women)
2 Tennis Borussia Berlin 22 12 7 3 36 18 +18 43
3 FC Gütersloh 2000 22 12 6 4 38 18 +20 42
4 1.FFC Turbine Potsdam II 22 12 4 6 46 23 +23 40
5 Hamburger SV II 22 9 5 8 32 33 −1 32
6 Holstein Kiel 22 9 5 8 28 31 −3 32
7 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig 22 9 4 9 38 42 −4 31
8 FFC Oldesloe 2000[a] 22 8 4 10 30 36 −6 28
9 SV Victoria Gersten 22 7 6 9 38 39 −1 27
10 1. FC Union Berlin[a] 22 6 3 13 28 48 −20 21
11 FFV Neubrandenburg 22 4 3 15 34 56 −22 15 Will be relegated to the new Fußball-Regionalliga (women)
12 FFC Heike Rheine[b] 22 3 4 15 26 50 −24 13
Source:[citation needed]
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Promoted from the Regionalliga last season
  2. ^ Relegated from the Bundesliga last season
South
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 FF USV Jena 22 18 2 2 82 13 +69 56 Will be promoted to the Fußball-Bundesliga (women)
2 VfL Sindelfingen 22 18 2 2 70 14 +56 56
3 FCR 2001 Duisburg II[a] 22 12 4 6 47 31 +16 40
4 TuS Köln rrh.[b] 22 10 6 6 46 28 +18 36
5 ASV Hagsfeld[a] 22 9 4 9 38 49 −11 31
6 SC Sand 22 8 4 10 33 34 −1 28
7 1. FFC Frankfurt II 22 6 7 9 30 28 +2 25
8 SV Dirmingen 22 7 4 11 30 58 −28 25
9 TuS Niederkirchen[c] 22 5 5 12 29 58 −29 20 Will be relegated to the new Fußball-Regionalliga (women)
10 FFC Wacker München 22 5 5 12 22 52 −30 20
11 SC Regensburg 22 5 4 13 36 59 −23 19 Will be relegated to the new Fußball-Regionalliga (women)
12 FFC Brauweiler Pulheim[d] 22 3 5 14 25 64 −39 14
Source:[citation needed]
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Promoted from the Regionalliga last season
  2. ^ TuS Köln rrh. passed their license for the 2. Bundesliga to Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
  3. ^ TuS Niederkirchen did not apply for a license for the 2008–09 season and was therefore the fifth team to be relegated.
  4. ^ Relegated from the Bundesliga last season

Transfers

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