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Formed as Karlsruher Fussball Club Phönix in , the modern form of the club was formed as the result of several mergers in , and its early success granted KSC a spot in the inaugural Bundesliga season in Karlsruher spent the next few decades as a yo-yo club frequently being promoted and relegated between the top two divisions, with their best Bundesliga season coming in when KSC finished 6th in the table.
Relegation followed in , and the club has since spent all but two seasons between the second and third tiers.
The most successful of these ancestral clubs was Karlsruher Fussball Club Phönix, formed on 6 June by dissatisfied members of the gymnastics club Karlsruher Turngemeinde.
They quickly became a strong regional side, playing in the Südkreis-Liga , and captured the national title in , defeating defending champions Viktoria 89 Berlin 4—2 in the championship final that season.
It was as Phönix Karlsruhe that the club joined the Gauliga Baden , one of 16 top-flight divisions created in the re-organization of German football under the Third Reich.
They slipped from the first division for a single season in , but returned to compete as a mediocre side over the next several years.
After World War II in , Phönix re-emerged to compete in the newly formed first division Oberliga Süd, finishing 15th in their first season there.
The club was relegated the following season. The group of clubs which came together to form VfB Mühlburg were an undistinguished lot, sharing just one season of upper-league play between them.
The new side, however, started to compete in the first-division Gauliga Baden immediately after the league was established in A lower-table side through the s, VfB's performance improved considerably in the following decade.
As war overtook the country, the Gauliga Baden was sub-divided at various times into a number of more local city-based circuits and the team was able to earn three-second-place finishes in divisional play.
The Gauliga Baden collapsed in —45 after playing a significantly reduced schedule in which many teams, including Mühlburg were unable to compete.
After the war the club slipped from top-flight competition until earning promotion to the Oberliga Süd in They generally competed as a mid-table side here with the exception of a strong performance in when they narrowly missed an advance to the national championship rounds after earning a third-place result just a single point behind SpVgg Fürth.
That season, they also made an appearance in the national final, where they lost 2—4 to Borussia Dortmund. Their record earned them admission as one of sixteen founding clubs into Germany's new professional football league, the Bundesliga , when it began play in Karlsruhe struggled in the top flight, never managing better than a 13th-place finish over five seasons before finally being demoted to the second-division Regionalliga Süd.
Over the next three seasons, the team earned a first-place finish as well as two-second-place finishes there, but were unable to advance in the promotion rounds.
After the formation of the 2. Bundesliga , which consisted of two divisions at the time, KSC finished first in the 2. Bundesliga Süd and returned to the top flight for the —76 season, but were able to stay up for only two years.
They next returned to the first division in where they spent four seasons before being sent down again. After a two-year absence they fought their way back to the Bundesliga in to begin an extended stay.
Under the guidance of new coach Winfried Schäfer , KSC's return to the top flight was marked with some success as for the first time the team managed to work its way out of the bottom half of the league table.
Their stunning 7—0 second-round victory over Valencia, a top team in the Spanish La Liga at the time and in historical terms as well, might be considered the high point of the club's history in its centennial year.
Edgar "Euro Eddy" Schmitt scored 4 goals and became a club legend. They also played in the final of the DFB-Pokal in , but lost 0—1 to 1.
FC Kaiserslautern. As the millennium drew to a close, Karlsruhe faded. The club started the —98 Bundesliga season well, with two wins and a draw in their opening three matches, but their downfall began with a 1—6 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen on Day 4.
At the league winter break the club sat outside the relegation ranks, but a series of negative results pushed them down to 15th place until the second-last matchday of the season.
Schäfer was fired in March , but this did not keep the club from slipping to the Second Bundesliga after a 16th-place finish. The club needed an away draw against Hansa Rostock on the final day of the season to avoid relegation, but lost the match 2—4 while Borussia Mönchengladbach beat VfL Wolfsburg 2—0 to overtake KSC and finish 15th on goal difference.
KSC finished fifth in their first season in the 2. Bundesliga after relegation, only two points behind third-place SSV Ulm which was promoted to the Bundesliga.
However, a last place finish in a terrible — season played under dire financial circumstances dropped them down to the Regionalliga Süd III. The club rebounded and on the strength of a first-place result in the Regionalliga made a prompt return to second division play.
After four seasons of mediocre play that saw KSC narrowly avoid being sent further down, the team turned in a much-improved performance and earned a sixth-place result in — KSC secured the 2.
Bundesliga title with three games left in the season by way of a 1—0 victory over SpVgg Unterhaching on 29 April, combined with a draw by second-placed Hansa Rostock on 30 April.
They are the first team in the history of the single-division 2. Bundesliga to occupy the top spot throughout the whole season.
In their return season to the Bundesliga in —08 they finished 11th, fading in the second half of the year after a strong start that saw them positioned in the qualifying places for European competition.
The club continued to perform poorly in the —09 season, ultimately finishing 17th and finding themselves relegated to the 2.
Bundesliga once more. The club's two most recent campaigns there ended with 10th and 15th-place finishes. Karlsruhe finished second level as 16th and faced Jahn Regensburg with relegation play-offs.
These teams draw with as 1—1 at Regensburg and as 2—2 at Karlsruhe. This meant Karlsruhe's relegation to third tier after 12 years according to away goal rule.
The club successfully bounced back in —13 when it won a championship in the 3. Liga and earned promotion back to the 2.
Bundesliga after a hiatus of two years. At the end of the —12 season, the team was forcefully relegated to the Oberliga because of the relegation of the first team to the 3.
Liga as reserve teams of 3. Liga clubs are not permitted in the Regionalliga anymore from The team had suffered a similar fate in , when the first team was relegated to the Regionalliga Süd and the reserve team therefore had to leave this league despite finishing above the relegation ranks.
Between and , the team also won the North Baden Cup on four occasions, thereby qualifying for the first round of the DFB-Pokal on each occasion.
Its greatest success in this competition was reaching the third round in — After many restrained years, in which the targeted promotion was clearly missed, the already greatly reduced second team was discontinued for financial reasons at the end of the —18 Oberliga season.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Managers of the club since . The recent season-by-season performance of the club:  .
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Bundesliga I 13th —65 1. Bundesliga I 15th —66 1. Bundesliga I 16th —67 1. In the team played in the Regionalliga Baden-Württemberg and finished in 2nd place.
They finished the Season in 2nd place and got repromoted to the 2. The Women's team is currently competing in the german- Rugby sevens -championship for women.
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