Augsburg Shirts

Augsburg Shirts

Augsburg Shirts

FC Augsburg is a German football club who play in the Bundesliga 2. The team was originally founded in 1907 as Alemania Augsburg. Their name was further changed to BC Augsburg in 1921 which lasted for 49 years. With financial collapse looming, the club merged with TSV Schwaben Augsburg in 1969 to form FC Augsburg who are still running today.

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Since the Bundesliga was formed in 1963, Augsburg has spent the majority of their time in the third tier. They managed two seasons in the second tier during the 1960s before fluctuating between the lower divisions for the next thirty years. Augsburg’s most successful season came in the 1973/73 campaign where the team missed out on promotion to the Bundesliga by just one point.

After a disappointing 2015/16 season FC Augsburg build for a better upcoming campaign through unveiling their latest home shirt. Finishing the recently concluded Bundesliga campaign just a mere few points above the relegation zone, Augsburg hope they can produce higher quality performances next s [...]

Bundesliga outfit FC Augsburg have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season [...]

Bundesliga side FC Augsburg have officially launched a new special Advent home kit for the holiday season. The new home shirt was first worn against Hamburg SV last weekend and features a common Nike template seen on several other team's kits [...]

Bundesliga outfit FC Augsburg have launched their new home, away and third kits by new supplier Nike for next season. Nike secured a deal with the German club last week [...]

German Bundesliga club FC Augsburg have unveiled their new 2013/14 kits by Jako [...]

In more recent times, the club overcame a financial crisis to advance up the divisions in the early noughties before confirming their return to Bundesliga 2 in 2006/07.

Since their return, the club have comfortably avoided the drop zone. In fact, the 2009/10 season saw them finish in 3rd place, narrowly missing out on a first ever season in the top tier of German football.

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