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1938 Tschammerpokal

1938 Tschammerpokal
Country Germany Germany
Teams 16 (final stage)
Champions Rapid Wien
Runners-up FSV Frankfurt
Matches played 15 (final stage)

The 1938 Tschammerpokal was the 4th season of the competition. For the first time Austrian teams competed in the competition as Austria had been annexed by Nazi Germany at the beginning of the year. In the final which was held on 8 January 1939 in the Olympic Stadium (Berlin) Austrian Rapid Wien defeated FSV Frankfurt 3–1.[1]

Qualification

FSV Frankfurt 3 – 1 Fortuna Düsseldorf
SV Waldhof Mannheim 6 – 0 Westfalia Herne
VfB Mühlburg 2 – 1 VfB Stuttgart
TSV 1860 Munich 3 – 0 Dresdner SC
Brandenburger SC Süd 05 0 – 1 Vorwärts-Rasensport Gleiwitz
1. FC Nuremberg 1 – 0 VfR Mannheim
Rot-Weiß Essen 3 – 0 Hertha BSC
Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin 1 – 0 1. FC Phönix Lübeck

Round of 16

In the round of 16 the 8 German teams were paired internally and the 8 teams from Austria (now called Ostmark) were paired internally, too. The Quarter-final pairings were entirely random.

German elimination
SV Waldhof Mannheim 3 – 2 Rot-Weiß Essen (AET)
Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin 1 – 2 TSV 1860 München
FSV Frankfurt 3 – 1 VfB Mühlburg
Vorwärts-Rasensport Gleiwitz 2 – 4 1. FC Nuremberg
Austrian elimination
Vienna Wien 6 – 0 SK Admira Wien
SK Rapid Wien 5 – 1 SC Austro Fiat Wien
Wiener Sport-Club 1 – 0 SC Wacker Wien
Grazer SC 3 – 2 Austria Wien

Quarter-finals

1. FC Nuremberg 3 – 1 Vienna Wien
SV Waldhof Mannheim 2 – 3 SK Rapid Wien
TSV 1860 München 1 – 2 FSV Frankfurt (AET)
Wiener Sport-Club 6 – 1 Grazer SC

Semi-finals

SK Rapid Wien 2 – 0 1. FC Nuremberg
FSV Frankfurt 3 – 2 Wiener Sport-Club

Final

January 8, 1939
FSV Frankfurt 1 – 3 SK Rapid Wien
Dosedzal Goal 17' Schors Goal 80'
Hofstätter Goal 85'
Binder Goal 90'
Olympic Stadium (Berlin)
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Fritz Rühle (Merseburg)
FUSSBALLSPORTVEREIN FRANKFURT 1899:
GK 1 Germany Hans Wolf
DF Germany Willy May
DF Germany Heinrich Schweinhardt
MF Germany Arthur Böttgen
MF Germany Heinrich Dietsch
MF Germany Fritz Fend
FW Germany Bubi Armbruster (c)
FW Germany Karl Heldmann
FW Germany Franz Dosedzal
FW Germany Franz Faust
FW Germany Heini Wörner
Manager:
Germany Martin Eiling
SPORTKLUB RAPID:
GK 1 Germany Rudolf Raftl
DF Germany Heribert Sperner
DF Germany Rudolf Schlauf
MF Germany Franz Wagner
MF Germany Johann Hofstätter
MF Germany Stefan Skoumal
FW Germany Franz Hofer
FW Germany Georg Schors
FW Germany Franz Binder (c)
FW Germany Wilhelm Holec
FW Germany Hans Pesser
Manager:
Germany Leopold Nitsch

References

External links

  • Official site of the DFB (German)
  • Kicker.de (German)
  • Tschammerpokal at Fussballberichte.de (German)
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