German Football Championship - Total Titles Won By State

Total Titles Won By State

Germany is divided into 16 states (Länder) and regional football associations in the country have historically been organized along similar lines. There are 22 regional football associations with most of them covering exactly one state while some cover only parts of one state. Austria was part of Germany between 1938 and 1946 when Rapid Wien took the championship in 1941.

Region Titles Winning Clubs
Bavaria 36 Bayern Munich (23), 1. FC Nuremberg (9), SpVgg Fürth (3), 1860 Munich (1)
North Rhine-Westphalia 25 Lower Rhine (7): Borussia Mönchengladbach (5), Fortuna Düsseldorf (1), Rot-Weiß Essen (1)
Middle Rhine (3): 1. FC Köln (3)
Westphalia (15): Schalke 04 (7), Borussia Dortmund (8)
Baden-Württemberg 9 Baden (3): Karlsruher FV (1), Phönix Karlsruhe (1), VfR Mannheim (1)
South Baden (1): Freiburger FC (1)
Württemberg (5): VfB Stuttgart (5)
Hamburg 6 Hamburger SV (6)
Saxony 5 VfB Leipzig (3), Dresdner SC (2)
Berlin 5 Hertha Berlin (2), Viktoria 89 Berlin (2), Union 92 Berlin (1)
Bremen 4 Werder Bremen (4)
Rhineland-Palatinate 4 Rhineland (0): —
Southwest (4): 1. FC Kaiserslautern (4)
Lower Saxony 4 Hannover 96 (2), Eintracht Braunschweig (1), VfL Wolfsburg (1)
Hesse 1 Eintracht Frankfurt (1)
Schleswig-Holstein 1 Holstein Kiel (1)
Reichsgau Wien 1 Rapid Wien (1)

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