A 154-minute-long thriller, the longest game in German football history, ended with Fürth scoring a golden goal to secure the title.
The team had a solid run of successes through the 1920s and into the early 1930s, beginning with an appearance in the national final in 1920 against 1.
FC Nürnberg, predicated on the historical rivalry between the two neighbouring cities.
The club grew rapidly, and by 1914, it had 3,000 members and was the largest sports club in Germany.
) is a German association football club based in Fürth, Bavaria.
The club got its current name when the senior football side of newcomers Turn- und Sportverein Vestenbergsgreuth joined traditional club Spielvereinigung Fürth on 1 July 1996.
Bundesliga, The origins of Sp Vgg Fürth are in the establishment on 23 September 1903 of a football department within the gymnastics club Turnverein 1860 Fürth.
The footballers went their own way as an independent club in November 1906.
Sp Vgg is an abbreviation of the German term "Spielvereinigung", literally "playing association", a traditional term used for a team (German: Verein) or club engaged in sports other than gymnastics.
In the 2012–13 season, the club played in the Bundesliga for the first time, having won promotion from the 2.
FC Nürnberg, which was the dominant side of the decade.
Fürth won their first national title in 1914 under English coach William Townley.
They faced Vf B Leipzig – the defending champions with three titles to their credit – in the final held on 31 May in Magdeburg.