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Borussia's early years were faced with the problems typical for association football teams in the German Empire : the sport, only recently imported from the UK in the s, was not yet institutionally accepted, and as a result there were logistical shortages of football fields, goals, changing rooms, and player equipment.
Borussia's players initially were stuck having to finance their own gear for what was at the time a considerable financial expenditure for working class people.
Borussia was the second dedicated football club in the city of Mönchengladbach. FC Mönchengladbach, founded six years earlier in , quickly became Borussia's first rival.
Whereas FC Mönchengladbach was decently established, young Borussia found it difficult to guarantee regular access to training grounds and equipment.
As a result, the team joined the Marianische Jünglings-Kongregation Mönchengladbach Eicken German: "Marian Youth Congregation Mönchengladbach Eicken" , a fairly conservative Catholic sporting association.
Within this larger organization, the footballers reformed into the Fussball Club Borussia on 1 August , marking the club's official founding date.
From within the congregation, Borussia was able to more effectively organize official games against various opposing teams. The team scored 2—1 victories over both Blitz Neuwerk and Germania Mönchengladbach and a 4—2 victory over Rheydt FC.
As early as , Borussia crossed international borders for the first time, losing 0—2 against Helmondia Helmond in the Netherlands before playing the Dutch team to a 1—1 draw at home.
The appeal of both association football in general and Borussia in particular proved too socially scandalous for the conservative federation leadership to tolerate.
The practice of football players wearing shorts instead of long trousers and the reality of football practice on Sundays hindering Church attendance created tension between Borussia and the Youth Congregation Eicken, and Borussia ultimately left the congregation on 24 May To continue successful football competitions and to ease the organization of games, the club had applied to join the Rheinisch-Westfälischer Spielverband German: "Rhenish-Westphalian Sports Federation" on 16 February , and was accepted on 23 February.
Borussia continued playing local and regional opponents like Britannia Düsseldorf and BV Solingen. They also continued to travel to the nearby Netherlands, drawing Eindhoven VV 1—1.
Still, the team at times struggled against mightier opponents. Borussia received a 0—11 thrashing at the hands of Borussia Cologne in October in the away fixture, before somewhat improving the performance by losing 1—4 at home in the return game.
In , Borussia competed with several other local teams in the third class of the second district of the Rhenish-Westphalian Sports Federation.
After Borussia's only competitor for the title, BV Solingen, skipped the fixture in Mönchengladbach, Borussia won the title without having to face their opponent.
On 8 January , Borussia additionally scored a respectable 1—0 win over its city rival FC Mönchengladbach, albeit only against the third team, confirming an earlier 6—1 win over FC Mönchengladbach on 26 December After having won the district cup, Borussia competed for the third class federation cup against, among others, teams from Essen and Cologne, ultimately losing the title to Kölner FC After some decent athletic success in the year 18 games, 12 wins, 1 draw, 5 losses , Borussia nonetheless faced frustration, as the playing grounds were judged insufficient for competition play.
The team was subsequently excluded from major competitions until a more appropriate locale could be found. By achieving access to its own football grounds, Borussia thus evaded the growing number of police actions that were launched to call football enthusiasts to order.
Regular play continued, after more than a year of absence, in the second class of the second district, against teams like FC Mönchengladbach II, FC Eintracht Mönchengladbach and various teams from Düsseldorf and Krefeld, among others.
Borussia won the game with two goals difference. At the end of the competition, Borussia was crowned district champions with eight wins in eight games although Borussia had lost a 0—2 game against FC Mönchengladbach II that was subsequently annulled when FC Mönchengladbach II was disqualified from the competition , with 25 goals scored and only 8 conceded.
But Borussia was skipped for promotion regardless; the club was once again assigned to the second class now called B-Klasse as result of a league reform.
Games at the new grounds go well, with a 5—1 win over Borussia Köln, which had inflicted a painful 0—11 loss on Borussia in , as well as a 5—3 against Rheydt.
The season as a whole was mediocre for Borussia, ending with five wins, four losses and a draw at 19 goals scored and 13 conceded in third place.
Borussia was qualified for a promotion tournament to determine the team to be promoted to A class, but lost 0—6 to Viktoria Mönchengladbach.
The —09 season was better for Borussia. After a 0—2 loss at home against FC Eintracht Mönchengladbach, Borussia regained its footing, beating Viktoria Mönchengladbach 4—1 in an away game and drawing them 2—2 at home.
On 13 January , Borussia scored an overwhelming 13—1 victory over Spiel und Sport Essen. Losing no game but the opener against Eintracht, Gladbach easily came first in the league and was thus qualified from Group South to face the promotion candidates from Group North, FC Cleve After a resounding 5—1 win at home, the enthusiasm was dampened by a 3—4 setback in the away fixture.
In the tiebreaker game, Borussia won 4—1, at last gaining promotion to the first division. Going into the —10 season, Borussia exchanged its previous black and white color scheme with blue and yellow vertical stripes.
Gladbach started into the higher league with significant issues, bringing Rheydt SpV only to a 2—2 at home before struggling with a crushing defeat in the 0—9 away fixture.
The team ended the season with five wins, five losses and two draws in fourth place, dodging relegation. The club's tenth anniversary had seen a record registered members, up from 32 in and 75 in In the —11 season, the league grew from seven to ten teams, adding opponents like Germania Hilden, FC Krefeld and Eintracht Mönchengladbach, bringing the game plan for Borussia to 18 games, not counting numerous friendly matches that brought the total number of games played to over 30, placing a significant strain on the amateur players.
Aside from a noteworthy 11—2 victory over rivals Rheydt SV, the season was another mediocre performance for Borussia. The season forced Borussia to once again move the playing ground, after the Schweizerhaus grounds were deemed to dangerous in response to complaints by opposing teams.
Borussia subsequently moved to grounds near the Catholic graveyard, and finished fourth in the league. The —12 season was the first major success in the club's history.
Borussia easily dominated the league with twelve wins, one draw and one loss, and thus earned qualification for promotion games towards Verbandsliga as northern district champions as well as the West German championship.
Ultimately, Borussia lost the finals for the West German championship against Cologne BC 01, the precursor of Borussia's greatest all-time rival, 1.
FC Köln , at a 2—4 scoreline. In a step down from the previous season's outstanding performance, Borussia proved to struggle in the —13 season.
While the team was not threatened by relegation at any point in the tournament, Borussia ended in the middle of the table without a serious claim towards the title, and was no serious threat in the West German championship either.
Borussia ended the season in sixth place in the league, at eight wins, two draws and eight losses. In the last full season before World War I , the German footballing structure was again reformed in the —14 season.
The system of two federation leagues German: Verbandsliga of twenty clubs each was replaced with a system of four district leagues German: Kreisliga of ten clubs each.
This left Borussia in the Rhenish Northern District German: Rheinischer Nordkreis along with teams from Aachen and Düsseldorf, as well as other teams from Mönchengladbach.
In the preparation for the season, Borussia performed miserably, losing 1—3 to Viktoria Duisburg and 1—6 to Duisburg SV.
Borussia nonetheless entered the season with the clear goal to earn the district championship. The team fell well short of that target, coming third in the league at five wins, five draws and four losses.
The highlight of the season is a friendly match against an English professional team. Dulwich Hamlet F. In March , the club purchased De Kull , a decommissioned gravel pit and the grounds on which the later Bökelbergstadion would be built.
The First World War halted the progress of both the stadium and football in general, as many players volunteered or were drafted for military service.
With rapidly changing player lineups, Borussia contested the war cup German: Kriegspokal , beating Düren 7—0.
In total, Borussia played 18 games in the —15 season, in spite of the logistical difficulties caused by the war.
In time for the —16 season, it had become clear that the war, initially anticipated by all sides to conclude quickly, would last longer than expected.
Regardless, Borussia was able to assemble a functional team for the season reinforced regularly by players on vacation from frontline duty , and played games against Union Krefeld, Viktoria Rheydt, Konstantia Kaldenkirchen, VfB Krefeld, FC Mönchengladbach and Eintracht Mönchengladbach.
After a shaky start including a 1—4 friendly game loss to Borussia Düsseldorf, Borussia found its footing in the league, and briefly rivalled Krefeld for the first place in January Ultimately, Borussia finished second in the league.
By mid, Borussia was forced to cease regular play due to the lack of regularly available players. By 4 November , even the provisional club leadership had to cease operations, as too many of its members were called up for military service.
Borussia suffered several losses due to war casualties: The club's chairman since , Heinz Körstgens, was killed in action in , as was Stephan Ditgens, Borussia player and uncle of Borussia's first ever German national team player, Heinz Ditgens.
In the immediate aftermath of the military armistice of 11 November , football clubs all over Germany began to gradually resume operations.
Members of Borussia had informal meetings about the resumption of play even during the last months of the war, as early as mid The first recorded game of this phase was a 5—0 over Rheydt SV on 15 August , followed by the turnaround in the form of a 2—7 thrashing at the hands of Rheydt SV in the return fixture a week later.
The aftermath of the war interrupted the blossoming football of —19, as only seven of Borussia's 14 planned games were held due to the occupation of the region by the Belgian Armed Forces.
The decades-long struggle to find a usable locale to play continued, as De Kull was not yet ready to be used.
By early , the team returned to Schweizerhaus as a temporary measure. On 15 March , FC Borussia merged with another local club, Turnverein Germania , becoming VfTuR M.
The club achieved its first major success in , defeating Kölner BC 3—1 to win the West German championship final. The union between Germania and Borussia only lasted a matter of two years; the club was thereafter known as Borussia VfL e.
Also while under the Third Reich, Mönchengladbach's first ever international player was capped; Heinz Ditgens playing in a 9—0 win over Luxembourg for Germany in the Olympic Games.
After the outbreak of World War II , play continued as usual, other than for the —45 season. Eventually, Mönchengladbach resumed play in June , gaining successive promotions to the Landesliga Niederrhein the regional second tier in and the top flight, the Oberliga West, in Following many years of promotions and relegations, Borussia won their first Oberliga title in the —59 season.
In August , Borussia Mönchengladbach defeated 1. FC Köln in the West German Cup. Weeks later, the club won the DFB-Pokal , clinching their first national honours after defeating Karlsruher SC 3—2 in the final.
Borussia therefore qualified for the European Cup Winners' Cup in —61 , where they were defeated 11—0 on aggregate by the Scottish club, Rangers.
Rangers won 3—0 in Germany and 8—0 in Glasgow. The following year, the club took on the now-familiar name Borussia VfL Mönchengladbach after the city of München-Gladbach became Mönchengladbach.
The —62 season in the Oberliga ended again with Borussia in 13th place in the table. In —63, the club hoped in vain to join the circle of DFB clubs which would start next year in the newly founded Bundesliga.
Helmut Beyer , who remained in office for 30 years, took over the responsibility of president that season and Helmut Grashoff took over as second chairman.
In July , Borussia signed Fritz Langner , who had won the West German championship in with Westfalia Herne , as their new coach.
To Langner's chagrin, the new leadership sold Albert Brüllsfor a record fee of , DM to FC Modena in Italy in order to rehabilitate the club financially.
Helmut Grashoff, who collected the fee in Italian lira in cash in a suitcase, later said he had feared, after the money transfer, "being thought a bank robber".
That year, the A-Youth team won the West German championship with a squad that included future professional footballers, Jupp Heynckes and Herbert Laumen.
Further honours would have to wait a decade. Borussia's results in the ten years leading up to the formation of the Bundesliga in were not strong enough to earn them admission into the ranks of the nation's new top flight professional league, and so the club played in the second tier, the Regionalliga West.
In the next season, —65, the club signed the youngsters, Jupp Heynckes and Bernd Rupp , and some of the youth team joined the professional squad.
Their average age of Reporter Wilhelm August Hurtmanns coined the nickname in his articles in the Rheinische Post. He was taken with the style of Borussia and wrote that they would play like young foals.
This saw the team play against the competitors of Wormatia Worms Second in the Regionalliga Südwest , SSV Reutlingen Second in the Regionalliga Süd and Holstein Kiel Champions in the Regionalliga Nord in first and second matches.
Of the six games Borussia won three 5—1 in Worms, 1—0 against Kiel and 7—0 against Reutlingen. Together with Borussia Bayern Munich rose by winning Group 2.
Mönchengladbach enjoyed its first taste of the Bundesliga in the —66 season , earning promotion alongside future powerhouse Bayern Munich.
The two clubs would go on to engage in a fierce struggle as they challenged each other for domestic supremacy throughout the s.
Bayern took first blood in the struggle for supremacy between the two: winning the Bundesliga championship in Mönchengladbach struck back immediately in the next season with a championship of their own and followed up with a second title in , becoming the first Bundesliga club ever to successfully defend their title.
The commitment of Weisweiler as coach pointed the way for the sporting success of the club in the Bundesliga. The economic situation of the club did not allow to finance a team of stars.
Weisweiler corresponded to the needs of the association with his attitude to promote the education and development of young talents.
This resulted in a carefree and offensive style of playing, the hallmark of Fohlenelf. The club signed with Berti Vogts and Heinz Wittmann , both players whose names should be closely linked to the sporting successes of Borussia.
The first Bundesliga match in the —66 season took place away against Borussia Neunkirchen and ended 1—1, the first Bundesliga goal scorer was Gerhard Elfert.
The first home game against SC Tasmania Berlin Borussia won 5—0. Weisweiler knew how to give the team tactical freedom and to promote the individual enthusiasm of the players.
These freedoms cost the still immature team in the first Bundesliga season with a number of sometimes high defeats.
The Borussia finished the first season in the Bundesliga on the 13th place in the table. In the following season —67 showed the scoring power of the Mönchengladbacher team, which scored 70 goals.
The striker Herbert Laumen scored 18, Bernd Rupp 16 and Jupp Heynckes scored 14 goals. Due to the good goal difference, the team was able to complete the season on the eighth place in the table.
With an 11—0 home win over FC Schalke 04 on Matchday 18, the team celebrated the first highest ever victory in Bundesliga history. The successes had the side effect that the salaries of the players jumped up and thus good players were not easy to hold onto.
Jupp Heynckes moved for the former record transfer fee of , DM to Hannover 96 , Bernd Rupp moved to SV Werder Bremen , and Eintracht Braunschweig signed Gerhard Elfert.
The club bought Peter Meyer and Peter Dietrich and thus compensated for the departure of seasoned players. With a 10—0 win on the twelfth match-day of the season —68 over Borussia Neunkirchen , the team showed again their scoring power.
The team reached in this and the next season third place in the table. The club signed in the season —69 their future coach Horst Köppel , who had already had first experiences in the national team, and from hitherto unknown amateur VfL Schwerte the then long-time goalkeeper Wolfgang Kleff and Hartwig Bleidick , Gerd Zimmermann and Winfried Schäfer , who played ten seasons at Borussia.
Under coach Hennes Weisweiler , the young side displayed an offensive-minded philosophy and powerful play that attracted fans from all over Germany.
Borussia won the championship five times, more than any other team in this time. At the same time a rivalry developed with FC Bayern Munich, with which Borussia together ascended in to the Bundesliga.
After the club had twice finished in previous years third place in the table, coached Hennes Weisweiler in the —70 season especially the defence.
Deviating from the "foal" concept, Borussia bought for the first time experienced defensive players like Luggi Müller and Klaus-Dieter Sieloff.
With Ulrik le Fevre the club signed their first Danish player, later followed by Henning Jensen and Allan Simonsen. This season saw the first Bundesliga victory over Bayern.
After a 5—1 win over Alemannia Aachen on 31 October , Borussia topped the Bundesliga for the first time. Today as of December Borussia takes third place in the list of league leaders in the Bundesliga behind Bayern and Dortmund.
With a home win against Hamburger SV on 30 April , the 33rd Round of the season, Borussia were named as champions. On 16 September Herbert Laumen scored in the 6—0 win against EPA Larnaka the first goal for Borussia in a game of European club football.
In the history of the Bundesliga unique is an incident in the home game of the 27th matchday against Werder Bremen , known as the post break from Bökelberg.
In the game on 3 April , after a penalty area scene in the 88th minute, the striker Herbert Laumen after a head clash together with the Bremen goalkeeper Günter Bernardinto overturned the left goal post.
After unsuccessful attempts at repair and no replacement goal could be set up, the referee stopped the game at the score of The DFB sports court in Frankfurt rated the game as a 2—0 win for Bremen.
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