4. Okt. Im Nachholspiel am Bornheimer Hang verteidigte die Eintracht ihre Vormachtstellung gegenüber dem Nachbarn. FSV Wacker Nordhausen II vs. FSV Eintracht Hildburghausen. Hallenfußball. Auswahl Südthüringen vs. FSV Wacker Nordhausen II. Hallenfußball . Auf der offiziellen Webseite des FSV Eintracht Königs Wusterhausen wird der Verein mit allen Mannschaften und Mitgliedern vorgestellt. Es gibt zahlreiche .
FSV Mainz 05 wins a free kick on the left wing. Foul by Danny da Costa Eintracht Frankfurt. Abdou Diallo tries a through ball, but Robin Quaison is caught offside.
Foul by Robin Quaison 1. Second Half begins Eintracht Frankfurt 1, 1. First Half ends, Eintracht Frankfurt 1, 1. Jetro Willems Eintracht Frankfurt wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Jetro Willems Eintracht Frankfurt left footed shot from the left side of the box is high and wide to the left following a corner. Conceded by Alexander Hack.
Foul by Ante Rebic Eintracht Frankfurt. Nigel de Jong 1. FSV Mainz 05 right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right following a set piece situation.
Kevin-Prince Boateng Eintracht Frankfurt right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box is close, but misses to the right.
Assisted by Marius Wolf with a cross following a set piece situation. Foul by Suat Serdar 1. Marius Wolf Eintracht Frankfurt wins a free kick on the right wing.
FSV Mainz 05 right footed shot from the left side of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Abdou Diallo. Foul by Marius Wolf Eintracht Frankfurt.
Jetro Willems Eintracht Frankfurt wins a free kick on the left wing. Conceded by Danny da Costa. Eintracht Frankfurt 1, 1. Ante Rebic Eintracht Frankfurt right footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal.
Assisted by Marius Wolf. Carlos Salcedo Eintracht Frankfurt wins a free kick in the attacking half. Foul by Anthony Ujah 1. Danny da Costa tries a through ball, but Jetro Willems is caught offside.
Marco Russ Eintracht Frankfurt header from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Assisted by Marius Wolf with a cross. Conceded by Anthony Ujah. FSV Frankfurt women players. Trainer von A-Z in German weltfussball.
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Cup [ edit ] German Cup Runners-up: The club has enjoyed considerable success in competition outside the Bundesliga.
In DFB-Pokal they were defeated in the final match by Borussia Dortmund and made it the next year again into the final, which they won against Bayern Munich.
Besides playing friendlies against famous clubs from all of the world, Eintracht also played friendly matches against national teams from the following countries: The club crest derives from the coat of arms of Frankfurt , which is a reference to the one-headed imperial eagle of the 13th century.
The crest has evolved slowly over time, showing little significant change until when a stylized eagle in black and white was chosen to represent the team.
Since , Eintracht has had a living mascot, the golden eagle Attila from the nearby Hanau Zoo, who is very popular among supporters. The official club colours of red, black, and white have their origins in the colours of the founding clubs Frankfurter FC Viktoria and Frankfurter FC Kickers , which sported red and white and black and white respectively.
Red and white are the colours of the city coat of arms, and black and white the colours of Prussia. When the clubs merged, officials decided to adopt the colours of both sides.
Since local rival Kickers Offenbach sport the colours red and white, Eintracht avoids playing in such a kit, preferring to play in black and red, or in black and white.
The club is nicknamed "Die Adler" "The Eagles" , which derives from their crest. The nickname Launische Diva "Moody Diva" was heard most often in the early s when the club would comfortably defeat top teams only to surprisingly lose to lesser clubs.
The recent reign of Heribert Bruchhagen appears to have left these practises to the past. Green denotes the highest level of football in Germany ; yellow the second highest.
Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. World Cup — Germany. World Cup — Hungary.
World Cup — Croatia. World Cup — Poland. World Cup - Netherlands. Summer Olympics — Hungary. Summer Olympics — Yugoslavia.
Summer Olympics — Nigeria. Summer Olympics - Cameroon. Summer Olympics — Mexico. Summer Olympics — Switzerland. Summer Olympics — Poland.
Summer Olympics — Germany.