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1937 Tschammerpokal

1937 Tschammerpokal
Country Germany Germany
Teams 61
Champions FC Schalke 04
Runners-up Fortuna Düsseldorf
Matches played 62

The 1937 Tschammerpokal was the 3rd season of the competition. In the final which was held on 9 January 1938 in the Müngersdorfer Stadion (Cologne) Schalke 04 defeated Fortuna Düsseldorf, 2–1.[1] It was Schalke's third consecutive appearance in the final and their first victory in the cup.

Round 1

VfB Sömmerda 0 – 4 Eintracht Braunschweig
TuRa Bonn 4 – 2 SV 06 Kassel-Rothenditmold
FC St. Pauli 0 – 1 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
Kickers Frankenthal 1 – 3 FC Schalke 04
Schwarz-Weiß Barmen 5 – 1 SV Dessau 05
VfB Friedberg 0 – 2 SV Waldhof Mannheim
VfR Mannheim 4 – 1 Kickers Offenbach
SV Ratibor 03 2 – 3 PSV Chemnitz
ASV Nürnberg 0 – 1 VfB Stuttgart (AET)
SC Planitz 3 – 1 SuSV Beuthen 1909
TuRU Düsseldorf 4 – 7 Hannover 96
Minerva 93 Berlin 0 – 0 SC Victoria Hamburg (AET)
Schlesien Haynau 0 – 10 BC Hartha
Wacker 04 Tegel Berlin 6 – 0 SV Hindenburg Allenstein
Freiburger FC 1 – 3 Wormatia Worms
1. SSV Ulm 1928 4 – 1 1. FC Nuremberg
PSV Lübeck 0 – 1 Berliner SV 92
Germania Bochum 6 – 5 VfR Köln
FV Zuffenhausen 0 – 3 SpVgg Fürth
RSV Harburg 2 – 5 Werder Bremen
Borussia Dortmund 3 – 1 Hamburger SV
Alemannia Plaidt 1 – 3 Duisburger FV 08
VfB Mühlburg 2 – 1 FSV Frankfurt
Dunlop SV Hanau 0 – 2 Eimsbütteler TV
SpVgg Köln-Sülz 2 – 0 Eintracht Frankfurt
Tennis Borussia Berlin 3 – 1 SC Sperber Hamburg
SC Bajuwaren München 1 – 4 Karlsruher FV
Homberger SV 03 0 – 1 Holstein Kiel
BuEV Danzig 2 – 3 Hertha BSC (AET)

Replay

SC Victoria Hamburg 2 – 0 Minerva 93 Berlin

Round 2

Eintracht Braunschweig 2 – 0 TuRa Bonn
FC Schalke 04 2 – 1 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
SV Waldhof Mannheim 3 – 0 Schwarz-Weiß Barmen
PSV Chemnitz 5 – 2 VfR Mannheim
VfB Stuttgart 2 – 0 SC Planitz
Hannover 96 3 – 2 SC Victoria Hamburg
BC Hartha 2 – 1 Wacker 04 Tegel Berlin
Wormatia Worms 4 – 1 1. SSV Ulm 1928
Berliner SV 92 3 – 0 Germania Bochum
SpVgg Fürth 7 – 1 FV 1906 Breslau
Werder Bremen 3 – 4 Borussia Dortmund (AET)
Duisburger FV 08 1 – 0 VfB Mühlburg
Eimsbütteler TV 2 – 0 SpVgg Köln-Sülz
Tennis Borussia Berlin 3 – 4 Dresdner SC (AET)
Karlsruher FV 0 – 2 Fortuna Düsseldorf
Holstein Kiel 5 – 3 Hertha BSC

Round 3

Eintracht Braunschweig 0 – 1 FC Schalke 04 (AET)
SV Waldhof Mannheim 2 – 0 PSV Chemnitz
VfB Stuttgart 2 – 1 Hannover 96
BC Hartha 4 – 2 VfR Wormatia Worms
Berliner SV 92 1 – 0 SpVgg Fürth
Borussia Dortmund 1 – 1 Duisburger FV 08 (AET)
Dresdner SC 3 – 0 Eimsbütteler TV
Fortuna Düsseldorf 2 – 1 Holstein Kiel

Replay

Duisburger FV 08 1 – 3 Borussia Dortmund

Quarterfinals

FC Schalke 04 3 – 1 Berliner SV 92
SV Waldhof Mannheim 4 – 3 Borussia Dortmund
Dresdner SC 3 – 1 VfB Stuttgart
Fortuna Düsseldorf 4 – 1 BC Hartha

Semifinals

FC Schalke 04 2 – 1 SV Waldhof Mannheim
Fortuna Düsseldorf 5 – 2 Dresdner SC

Final

January 9, 1938
FC Schalke 04 2 – 1 Fortuna Düsseldorf
Kalwitzki Goal 46'
Szepan Goal 47'
Janes Goal 83' (pen.)
Müngersdorfer Stadion (Cologne)
Attendance: 72,000
Referee: Hans Grabler (Regensburg)
FC GELSENKIRCHEN-SCHALKE 04:
GK 1 Germany Hans Klodt
DF Germany Ernst Sontow
DF Germany Hans Bornemann
MF Germany Rudi Gellesch
MF Germany Otto Tibulski
MF Germany Walter Berg
FW Germany Ernst Kalwitzki
FW Germany Fritz Szepan
FW Germany Ernst Poertgen
FW Germany Ernst Kuzorra (c)
FW Germany Adolf Urban
Manager:
Germany Hans Schmidt
DÜSSELDORFER TSV FORTUNA 1895:
GK 1 Germany Willi Pesch (c)
DF Germany Paul Janes
DF Germany Bernhard Kluth
MF Germany Paul Mehl
MF Germany Jakob Bender
MF Germany Edmund Czaika
FW Germany Ernst Albrecht
FW Germany Willi Wigold
FW Germany Hans Heibach
FW Germany Felix Zwolanowski
FW Germany Stanislaus Kobierski
Manager:
Germany Karl Flink

References

External links

  • Official site of the DFB (German)
  • Kicker.de (German)
  • Tschammerpokal at Fussballberichte.de (German)
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