1. FC Eutingen - 1. FC Eutingen
|1. FC Eutingen|
1. Eutingen football club |
from 1909 e. V.
|place||Pforzheim , Baden-Wuerttemberg|
|Founded||8. April 1909|
|Club colors||Red Green|
|Stadium||Stadium at Rattach|
|Top league||Amateur League Baden|
|successes||Badischer Cup winner 1950|
The 1. FC Eutingen (1 FCE) was a football club from Pforzheim (district Eutingen ). The association was founded in 1909. He was a member of the Badischer Fußballverband and played in the Pforzheim district class until the 2010/11 season. For the 2011/12 season 1. FC Eutingen merged with Germania Brötzingen to form the new club SV Kickers Pforzheim .
On April 8, 1909, 28 young Eutingen citizens met in the “Adler” inn in Eutingen to launch 1. FC Eutingen. In December 1910, the club was accepted into the South German Football Association. The young sport found more and more fans, and in the 1910/11 season the club already had 160 members.
The club's greatest successes were the promotion to the Badische Landesliga (later renamed the 1st Amateur League) in the 1948/49 season and winning the Badischer Cup of Amateurs in 1950 against ASV Durlach.
- Badischer Cup winner 1950