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Liga Series 8 3. Liga Series 9 3. Liga Series 10 3. Liga Series 1 3. Liga Series 2 3. Liga Series 3 3. The club was admitted to the German Football Association in the same year and started to play in a league in one consisting only of Arminia and three teams from Osnabrück, at first in After playing on various grounds, Arminia moved to a new home at the Pottenau in Their first big achievement came in , when they won the Westphalian championship after a 5—1 win over BV 04 Dortmund in the final.
However, the two merged teams dissolved the merger in and both parent clubs were formed again. Arminia won the West German championship in Originally, they were level on points with Kölner BC 01 , but Köln fielded an ineligible player in one match.
Arminia played for the first time in the German Championships but were eliminated in the quarter-finals after losing 0—5 to FC Wacker München.
In , Arminia won their second West German championship in a dramatic way. They trailed TuRU Düsseldorf 1—3 at half time of the final, but came from behind to win 4—3 after extra time.
Arminia faced Union Oberschöneweide in the quarter-finals of the German championships. The match ended goalless, so a replay was held. Arminia led 1—0 and suffered the equalizer in injury time.
The Berlin side won the match after extra time. Arminia won further Westphalian titles from to but were unable to repeat their success in the West German Championships.
Their next piece of silverware was won in with a triumph in the Westphalian cup. In , Arminia qualified for the Gauliga Westfalen ,  from which they were relegated after the inaugural season.
Three attempts of gaining promotion failed before their return to the top flight was won in Their best performance in the Gauliga was the —40 campaign, where Arminia finished second.
Two years later, Arminia was one of only two teams to win a match at Schalke The merger finished the —44 season in last place.
Arminia were relegated and failed to win re-promotion. In —48, Arminia were a third division side for the first time in their history.
After a dominating season in the Bezirksklasse, Arminia was docked 14 points because they fielded an ineligible player. Arminia took their chance, won the league and gained promotion to the Oberliga West.
The dream lasted for only a year. Arminia beat Schalke 04 4—2 at home but finished only second from the bottom. In , Arminia qualified for a new third tier, the "Verbandsliga Westfalen, Gruppe Ostwestfalen", which encompassed a slightly larger area.
Only in , Arminia became a second division side again then: 2. Liga West, covering the whole of North Rhine-Westphalia. In —63, they struggled to finish in seventh place to secure a spot in the newly formed Regionalliga West , which was situated directly below the new Bundesliga.
Arminia finished their first seasons in mid-table, but became one of the better Regionalliga teams later on. A year later, forward Ernst Kuster joined the team and went on to become the club's all-time leading goal scorer.
A 0—1 loss to Wuppertaler SV on the last day of the —67 season stopped Arminia entering the Bundesliga promotion play-offs.
The team had a poor start in their first Bundesliga season , but results improved and they eventually finished 14th. However, near the end of the season it was discovered that Arminia had engaged in match-fixing; three of the ten Bundesliga games which were proven to have been manipulated through bribery directly involved Arminia.
Two players at the club were banned from football for life Waldemar Slomiany and Jürgen Neumann. Arminia was allowed to play the —72 season in the Bundesliga, but were automatically relegated to the Regionalliga as a penalty.
Arminia struggled in the following seasons, but were good enough to be appointed to the newly formed 2. Bundesliga in After two seasons in mid-table, Arminia had good chances of returning to the Bundesliga in —77 but they finished only as runner-up behind FC St.
They faced TSV München in a two-legged play-off whose winner would win promotion to the top flight. Arminia won the first match at home 4—0, but lost the second leg in Munich 0—4.
A third match had to be played in Frankfurt which Munich won 2—0. The team was shocked but bounced back to win promotion in — Arminia started well and on 10 March , they won 4—0 at Bayern Munich.
The club managed to keep the team together and bounced back after a record-breaking year. They won 30 of 38 matches, scored goals, had a 28 match unbeaten streak and set a league record by beating Arminia Hannover 11—0.
Arminia struggled to avoid relegation and managed to stay in the Bundesliga for five years, including two finishes in eighth place in —83 and —84 seasons.
In —85 , Arminia finished third from the bottom and lost the relegation play-offs against 1. FC Saarbrücken. The team failed to gain promotion and in the fall of , Arminia had debts of 4.
The result was a last place finish in — Ernst Middendorp became the new manager and assembled a young team for the new season. Arminia led the way in the Oberliga Westfalen but finished only second in — Four dismal years followed in which the team started well but were unable to compete for the championship.
In the spring of , Arminia created a relatively large media buzz by signing veteran Bundesliga players like Thomas von Heesen , Armin Eck and Fritz Walter.
Arminia signed Stefan Kuntz for the —97 Bundesliga season , their first in 11 years and finished in 14th position. They bounced back by winning the —99 season.
Bruno Labbadia became the league's top scorer with 28 goals. The club suffered from financial problems and entered the — season with a smaller budget.
Relegation followed again after the team became the third team in Bundesliga history to lose ten matches in a row.
Arminia struggled against relegation again the next season and avoided to drop into the Regionalliga in close season. Their fortunes turned around and Arminia won their sixth promotion to the Bundesliga in —02 with Artur Wichniarek scoring 18 goals.
Arminia were almost saved the next year but a slump with only two points out of the last six matches sealed relegation again. The team bounced back again in —04 and were able to stay in the top flight until In —05, Patrick Owomoyela became Arminia's new record national player.
In both seasons, Arminia also kept away from the relegation zone virtually the whole time except the season's beginnings.
In , many Arminia fans were sad to see the old East Stand being torn down then the last non-seater stand in the Bundesliga not being placed behind one of the goals  and also further marketing attempts alienated the fans from the Club's Management Board.
From onwards, managerial sackings became more and more common and avoiding relegation became more and more difficult. Arminia played their fifth consecutive Bundesliga season in — They finished last and were relegated to the 2.
However, after finishing seventh in the —10 season, their next season was fraught with managerial sackings and financial difficulties.
After a poor season, picking up only 16 points and winning only four games, Bielefeld were relegated to the 3. After a poor start, they ended the —12 season in 13th place.
Bundesliga, but lost in the second round in a close match against Bayer 04 Leverkusen , a Europa League participant. On 11 May , Bielefeld beat VfL Osnabrück 1—0 to guarantee a top two finish and promotion back to the 2.
Bundesliga for the —14 season. That season began quite hopeful: Arminia qualified for the second round of the DFB-Pokal again and at the 8th matchday they had even climbed up to the 3rd rank in the league table.
But after a disastrous autumn and a mediocre winter Arminia fell down onto the 17th rank and the popular coach Stefan Krämer had to leave.
His successor Norbert Meier at first had only little more success: Arminia finished 16th in the 2. Bundesliga, and lost a playoff against SV Darmstadt 98 on away goals after a nd minute extra time goal gave Darmstadt the victory.
Arminia had to go back into the 3. But the next season could wipe out the bitterness of that disaster: In the —15 DFB-Pokal , as a 3. They also were the top team in the 3.
Liga after a bad beginning with only four points from the first four matches for most part of the season. Liga as well. Even the qualification for the 2.
Bundesliga seemed to become doubtful, but was secured after a 2—2 draw against SSV Jahn Regensburg , the last team in the league table, at the 37th matchday.
Liberated from the pressure of a possible non-qualification, they also won the 3. Liga with a final 1—0 victory at the last matchday.
A stable season with a defeat in the first round of the DFB-Pokal , a lot of draws in the league especially in the beginning: eight out of ten matches; in the end Arminia reached a record of 18 and only very few goals scored at home only eight until the 30th matchday followed so that the 4—2 over Greuther Fürth at the 31st matchday which secured Arminia's staying up was only Arminia's third win at home.
That season's highlights probably were the draws against all three top teams away. In the league table Arminia never went deeper than rank 14 and finished 12th.
A difficult —17 season with two manager sackings followed. Arminia found themselves among the lowest four teams in the league table from the fourth matchday onwards, mostly on the 16th or 17th rank.
They avoided relegation as they finished in 15th after a 6—0 win over promotion candidate Eintracht Braunschweig and a 1—1 against Dynamo Dresden at the last two matchdays.
The —18 season turned out easier. Having gathered 10 points out of the first four matches, Arminia hardly ever left the upper half of the league table only at the 19th matchday: rank 10 and finished on the 4th rank — though in that season's very close league table this never meant much.
In that season, Arminia also made a big step in lowering its debts through an alliance of sponsors. In November , Arminia were practically free of debt but had to sell its stadium.
Thus, the popular coach Jeff Saibene was replaced by Uwe Neuhaus who managed to bring back Arminia back into mid table within four matchdays and into 7th place by the last matchday.
The —20 season would turn out even better. When Arminia had climbed on the 3rd rank of the league table after a victory away against Hannover 96 - who were originally regarded as a promotion candidate - at the 6th matchday, hardly anyone guessed they would stay in the promotion area of the league table for the rest of the season.
In spite of Schalke clearly dominating the match in the first 70 minutes, Arminia thrilled the supporters in the last 20 minutes by scoring two goals and only closely missing extra time.
Even this interruption didn't affect them: they finished the season with 68 points - 10 points more than VfB Stuttgart who finished 2nd.
Arminia took the club colours blue, white and black upon their foundation in The colours haven't changed though the current club colours are black, white and blue.
Despite this, Arminia played their first match in an orange kit. Arminia's home kit was blue for most of the time while their shorts and socks were white.
The team that won promotion to the Bundesliga in wore a blue shirt with thick white stripes. The away kit was mostly all white while green shirts were worn in the s.
The crest consists of a flag with the club's colours black, white and blue from left to right. The white part of the flag includes the letter A for Arminia.
The flag is surrounded by a wreath of oak. Arminia played their first home matches at the Kesselbrink in downtown Bielefeld. In , Arminia leased a ground from a farmer named Lohmann.
The ground didn't look like a football pitch. The club member Heinrich Pahl said that the area looks like an Alm German for alpine grassland. The stadium was known as the Alm.
Arminia played its first match against Victoria Hamburg on 1 May The first grandstands were constructed in When Arminia won promotion to the Bundesliga in , the Alm underwent a general development.
A main stand with seats was built and the northern and eastern stands were enlarged. The Alm had a capacity of 30, and floodlights were installed.
In , a roof was added to the main stands and the other stands were enlarged again.