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The following season they failed to advance to the national play-off rounds, but did go on to earn their first major honours by defeating Schalke 04 to capture the Tschammerpokal , known today as the DFB-Pokal.
TSV returned to the national play-offs again in , progressing to the quarter-finals. After World War II, played in the top flight Oberliga Süd as a mid-table side, suffering relegation for a period of three years in the mids.
However, they delivered when it mattered most in by winning the league championship and with it automatic entry into Germany's new professional league, the Bundesliga , ahead of rivals Bayern Munich , who would have to wait two seasons for their own top flight debut since the German Football Association DFB did not want two teams from the same city in the new league.
In , they came away as Bundesliga champions and qualified to —67 European Cup , but losing 2—3 on aggregate against Real Madrid in second round.
On 3 June , they finished as runners up in Bundesliga. Those performances were followed by poor showings in three consecutive seasons leading to relegation in to the Regionalliga Süd II.
It took seven years to make their way back to the first division, through a three-game play-off contest with Arminia Bielefeld , only to be immediately relegated again.
One year later they were back, this time for a two-year stay, then in they were relegated once again and then forced into the tier III Amateur Oberliga Bayern when financial problems led to the club being denied a licence.
The club's exile from the Bundesliga would last a dozen years. They were promoted to the top flight in , but found themselves in immediate danger being sent back down again.
Under the leadership of Wildmoser and Lorant, the combination of proven veterans and young talent helped the club avoid relegation and become a decent mid-table side.
A 3—1 aggregate defeat, however, saw them play in the UEFA Cup that season, advancing to the third round where they were eliminated by Parma.
The club, however, was unable to build on this success and after some mediocre performances by the team, manager Lorant was fired.
After a decade in the top division, burnt out in the —04 season with a 17th-place finish that returned the club to the 2.
Wildmoser made the controversial decision to groundshare with hated rivals Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena , a move that outraged fans and led to accusations of a sell-out.
In addition to closely being relegated to the Regionalliga Süd III in the —06 season, experienced severe financial difficulties.
Following this move, the DFB was satisfied with the financial health of the club and duly issued a licence to play in the 2.
Bundesliga for the —07 season. TSV hired several new managers during its 2. Bundesliga period. Also, former Germany national team player Stefan Reuter as a general manager.
None of the new managers, however, could lead the squad back to the top-flight Bundesliga. Ewald Lienen coached the team from 13 May to the end of the —10 season.
Reiner Maurer was hired as manager of at the start of the —11 season. The —15 season saw the club finish 16th in the 2. It was forced to participate in the relegation play-offs against Holstein Kiel where it retained its league place with a 2—1 home win after a 0—0 draw in the first leg.
In —17, the team finished 16th in the 2. Bundesliga after a 1—2 defeat against 1. FC Heidenheim in the last game of the season.
They played 1—1 and 0—2 respectively in the following relegation play-off against Jahn Regensburg and were therefore officially relegated. Managing director Ian Ayre and President Peter Cassalette resigned from their positions the following day.
Liga licence for the —18 season as a result of investor Hassan Ismaik's unwillingness to pay the necessary fees. As a result, the club was relegated to the Regionalliga Bayern for the —18 season.
The second eleven struggled during the club's years outside professional football, but rose through the ranks again after the club's revival in the early s and returned to the Bayernliga in , winning the title in its first season there and promotion to the third-tier Regionalliga Süd.
The team was relegated to the Bayernliga in , and returned to the Regionalliga Süd in Liga qualification in the —08 season, and again in the —13 season when it won the newly formed Regionalliga Bayern but lost to SV Elversberg in the promotion round.
Because the first team was relegated to Regionalliga Bayern for the —18 season, the reserve team was relegated to the fifth-tier Bayernliga Süd.
Through the —17 season, Munich played their home matches in the Allianz Arena , which they shared with city rivals Bayern Munich. The arena's skin color lighting is changed to s blue when the team plays.
The club's inaugural game at the Allianz Arena was a friendly played against 1. FC Nürnberg on 30 May The stadium hosted the opening match of the World Cup between Germany and Costa Rica and three other first round contests, a Round of 16 match between Germany and Sweden , and a semi-final between France and Portugal.
Built in , they also shared with Bayern Munich between and Both clubs then moved to the new Olympiastadion built for the Olympic Games.
TSV moved back to the old ground several times from on, with the years between and being the longest period.
TSV München have not been able to meet the capacity standards of the Allianz Arena and returned to their old stadium, the Grünwalder Stadion.
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