Germany Regionalliga Bayern 05/18 12:00 34 [9] Wacker Burghausen v Augsburg II [7] L 4-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 05/11 12:00 33 [7] Augsburg II v Eintracht Bamberg [16] W 3-0
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 05/04 12:00 32 [8] Greuther Furth II v Augsburg II [7] D 1-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/28 13:00 31 [8] Augsburg II v Buchbach [17] W 3-0
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/19 17:00 30 [14] Viktoria Aschaffenburg v Augsburg II [7] D 1-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/13 12:00 29 [9] Augsburg II v Ansbach [13] W 3-0
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 04/06 12:00 28 TSV Aubstadt v Augsburg II D 1-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/30 13:00 27 [9] Augsburg II v FV Illertissen [4] D 2-2
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/22 18:00 26 [7] Bayern Munich II v Augsburg II [9] D 0-0
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/16 13:00 25 Schweinfurt 05 v Augsburg II L 1-0
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/12 18:00 22 [9] Augsburg II v SV Schalding-Heining [15] W 2-1
Germany Regionalliga Bayern 03/08 18:00 24 [8] Augsburg II v Memmingen [17] D 1-1


Matches played 37 18 19
Wins 14 11 3
Draws 13 3 10
Losses 10 4 6
Goals for 66 47 19
Goals against 46 19 27
Clean sheets 10 6 4
Failed to score 7 3 4

Wikipedia - FC Augsburg II

FC Augsburg II is the reserve team of the German association football club FC Augsburg from the city of Augsburg, Bavaria, whose first team play in the Bundesliga.

The team, which has never played above the fourth tier, had its greatest success in 1977, when it won the local Schwaben Cup, qualified for the German Cup and reached the third round of the competition, going out to Hertha BSC Berlin.

The side plays as an under-23 team.


The club's reserve side can trace its roots back to the pre-merger BC Augsburg Amateure, which had its greatest success when it played for a season in the southern division of the Amateurliga Bayern in 1962–63. A sixth place there allowed the side to qualify for the unified Bavarian league the following year but, along with the decline of the senior team, the reserve side got relegated too, finishing 17th.

In the post-merger era, the team disappeared into the lower amateur leagues after that but returned to the Landesliga Bayern-Süd in 1976, finishing runners-up in the league in its first season, now as FC Augsburg Amateure. By 1978 however, the side was relegated again, not to return to this level for a quarter of a decade. It did however take out the Schwaben Cup in 1977 and qualified for the first round of the 1977–78 German Cup. After away victories over second division side Arminia Hannover and fellow amateur club 1. FC Normannia Gmünd in the first two rounds, the team reached the third round, where it lost 0–4 to Hertha BSC Berlin. Incidentally, the senior team was knocked out in the same round, too, losing to TSV 1860 München.

After becoming a founding member of the Bezirksoberliga Schwaben in 1988, the team was withdrawn at the end of the season, disbanded altogether and not reformed for more than a decade.

After 2004 the side once more played in the Landesliga Bayern-Süd again, generally achieving good results but not managing another promotion, with a second place in 2012 as its best result. The team was one of two clubs in the league to apply for a licence in the new tier four Regionalliga Bayern. Taking part in the promotion play-off, FCA II advance past Bayernliga clubs SB/DJK Rosenheim and FC Schweinfurt 05 to play in the Regionalliga from 2012. The club was thereby also able to win promotion from the sixth tier to the fourth without playing in the fifth.

In the 2012–13 season the club had to struggle against relegation all season and beyond, having to defend its league place in the relegation round with the Bayernliga runners-up. In a two-leg play-off against BC Aichach FCA II defended its league place with an aggregate score of 5–2. The following season was much more successful for the team, finishing fourth in the Regionalliga. After two better seasons with a fourth place in 2014 as its best result Augsburg had to enter the relegation play-off once more in 2015–16 but successfully defended its league place against TSV 1860 Rosenheim.

Augsburg II is the reserve team of FC Augsburg, a professional soccer club based in Augsburg, Germany. The team competes in the Regionalliga Bayern, which is the fourth tier of the German soccer league system. Augsburg II serves as a development team for young players looking to break into the first team squad of FC Augsburg.

The team plays their home matches at the WWK Arena, a modern stadium with a capacity of over 30,000 spectators. Augsburg II is known for their strong youth academy and commitment to developing talented players for the future success of the club.

The team's colors are red, green, and white, and they have a passionate fan base that supports them at home and away matches. Augsburg II has a history of producing top talent that has gone on to have successful careers in professional soccer both domestically and internationally.