Results

Germany Regionalliga Bayern 05/15 15:30 34 [8] Greuther Furth II v FV Illertissen [5] L 2-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 05/11 12:00 33 [4] FV Illertissen v Buchbach [18] L 1-2
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 05/03 17:00 32 [13] Viktoria Aschaffenburg v FV Illertissen [4] D 0-0
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/26 17:00 31 FV Illertissen v Ansbach W 4-0
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/20 12:00 30 TSV Aubstadt v FV Illertissen W 0-2
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/13 12:00 29 Schweinfurt 05 v FV Illertissen W 0-2
Germany Landespokal 04/09 16:30 - FV Illertissen v FC Ingolstadt L 1-4
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/05 17:00 28 [4] FV Illertissen v Bayern Munich II [5] D 1-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/30 13:00 27 [9] Augsburg II v FV Illertissen [4] D 2-2
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/23 13:00 26 [4] FV Illertissen v Memmingen [17] W 3-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/16 13:00 25 DJK Vilzing v FV Illertissen W 1-2
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/09 13:00 24 [6] FV Illertissen v SV Schalding-Heining [15] W 3-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 39 21 18
Wins 19 11 8
Draws 6 4 2
Losses 14 6 8
Goals for 67 41 26
Goals against 57 29 28
Clean sheets 11 5 6
Failed to score 6 2 4

Wikipedia - FV Illertissen

FV Illertissen is a German association football club from the town of Illertissen, Bavaria and was established in 1921. Despite its location in Bavaria the club had never played in the league system of its home state but instead preferred to play in neighbouring Baden-Württemberg. At the end of the 2011–12 season the club however decided to switch to Bavaria.

History

Although the town of Illertissen is in Bavaria, its proximity to other towns in the neighbouring state of Baden-Württemberg has allowed it to participate in that state's competition. In 1963, it became the first Bavarian team to win the Württembergischen-Pokal (Württemberg Cup) when they defeated SV Hussenhofen.

The club has played as a lower division side for most of its history. It won promotion to the Landesliga Württemberg I (VI) in 1979 and played there until 1987. After slipping briefly into the Bezirksliga (VII), the club returned to the Landesliga, and in 2003 advanced for the first time to the Verbandsliga.

A rivalry exists with Spvgg Au, which is in the same district as Illertissen. After several years playing against each other in the Verbandsliga Württemberg (V), both teams were promoted to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg (V) in 2008. Au had some seasons earlier become the first Bavarian side to play in Baden-Württemberg and Illertissen followed its rival. The club qualified for the Oberliga through a promotion round playoff, alongside Kehler FV.

In December 2011 the club decided to switch to the Bavarian league system from the 2012–13 season onwards. The reason for the switch was the introduction of the Regionalliga Bayern, which the club only needed to finish ninth or better in 2011–12 to qualify for. A fourth place in the Oberliga in 2011–12 allowed the club to qualify for the new Regionalliga. In the 2012–13, in the Regionalliga, the club finished in third place and, as the best placed non-reserve team in the league, qualified for the first round of the German Cup.

The club was once more the best non-reserve side in the Regionalliga Bayern in 2013–14, finishing second behind FC Bayern Munich II and once more qualifying for the first round of the German Cup. Illertissen lost after extra time to Werder Bremen in the first round but received a €140,000 starting fee and the gate receipts for the game in prizes.

FV Illertissen is a German soccer team based in Illertissen, Bavaria. The club was founded in 1922 and currently competes in the Regionalliga Bayern, which is the fourth tier of the German soccer league system.

FV Illertissen plays their home matches at the Vöhlin-Stadion, a 3,000-capacity stadium located in Illertissen. The team's colors are blue and white, and they are known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit on the field.

Over the years, FV Illertissen has produced talented players who have gone on to play at higher levels of German soccer. The club has a strong youth development program and is committed to nurturing young talent and promoting the sport in the local community.

Overall, FV Illertissen is a respected and well-established soccer team in Germany, with a rich history and a bright future ahead.