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Established
1965 (57 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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MDCC-Arena
(25,910 Capacity)

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Magdeburg, Germany

Nicknames
FCM, Der Club

Competitions
German 2. Bundesliga
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Upcoming Events
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27 Jan 23 Fortuna Düsseldorf  -  Magdeburg
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12 Feb 23 Holstein Kiel  -  Magdeburg
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Latest Results
13 Nov 22 Bielefeld  3 - 1  Magdeburg
10 Nov 22 Magdeburg  0 - 1  Darmstadt
06 Nov 22 Nurnberg  1 - 2  Magdeburg
28 Oct 22 Magdeburg  1 - 1  FC Heidenheim
23 Oct 22 Hamburg  2 - 3  Magdeburg

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1. FC Magdeburg is a German association football club based in the city of Magdeburg. The club was founded in 1965 and spent all but one season in East Germany top flight, the DDR-Oberliga, winning three championships and seven cup titles. It is the only East German club to have won a European title, winning the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1974. After German reunification, the club fell on hard times and only entered professional football in 2015 when the side was promoted to the 3. Liga.

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Baris
Atik
#23



Leon
Bell #19



Ömer
Beyaz




Herbert
Bockhorn




Kai
Brünker
#9



Alexander
Brunst




Amara
Condé
#29



Daniel
Elfadli
#6



Aleksandar
Ignjovski




Florian
Kath
#38



Connor
Krempicki
#13



Moritz-Broni
Kwarteng
#8



Charles-Elie
Laprevotte




Jamie
Lawrence
#5



Andreas
Müller
#16



Dominik
Reimann
#1



Léo
Scienza
#17



Tim
Sechelmann
#22


(18 total)
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Stadium or Home

MDCC-Arena is a multi-purpose stadium in Magdeburg, Germany. It has been completed and opened to the public in December 2006, replacing the old Ernst-Grube-Stadion. It is mostly used for football matches and hosts the home matches of 1. FC Magdeburg.

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UEFA Cup Winners Cup
1973-1974


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