Sunday, 24.05.2015 | Match report A 1-all versus Ingolstadt – FCK ranked 4th in the end
The Red Devils didn’t make it. In their last game of the season 2014/15, the final result achieved on Sunday, May 24, 2015, was a 1-all tie. 49,780 spectators filled the Fritz Walter Stadium to the very last seat, but FCK did not manage to rise above rank #4 in the League after all.
Monday, 18.05.2015 | Match report No goals in the Ore Mountains
After the penultimate round in the current season, the Red Devils and Erzgebirge Aue parted ways with a 0-all tie. On Sunday, May 17, 2015, both teams had more than one opportunity to win three points in the League but neither team managed to score. With the points being shared, the Kaiserslautern team is ranked 4th going into next week’s last round. Next Sunday, the Red Devils will face Ingolstadt on Betzenberg.
Monday, 11.05.2015 | Match report The first home defeat – 0:2 v. St. Pauli
A bitter Saturday for the Red Devils. The team from Betzenberg had to suffer their first defeat at home in the current season, losing 0:2 versus St. Pauli. On Saturday, May 9, 2015, Jan-Philipp Kalla and Marcel Halstenberg with a penalty scored for the guest team. Especially during the first half, the boys from Kaiserslautern let too many opportunities pass them by, and were then unable to return after conceding two goals.
Sunday, 03.05.2015 | Match report Great effort, no reward – defeat in Darmstadt
On May 2nd 2015, 1. FC Kaiserslautern suffered their second beating in 2015, and lost against runner-up Darmstadt 98 with a 2:3 defeat. Despite a fierce battle, the goals scored by Kerem Demirbay and Kevin Stöger simply weren't enough.
Monday, 27.04.2015 | Match report Away victory! A 2:0 success in Bochum cements rank #2!
Two forward goals cemented rank #2 in the League for FCK on Friday, April 24, 2015. This 2:0 victory in Bochum was the result of Simon Zoller scoring a goal in the first 45 minutes and Philipp Hofmann in the second half. The Red Devils defeated host team VfL Bochum, strengthening their position for the end of the season.
Tuesday, 21.04.2015 | Match report 1-all v. Leipzig – FCK back on rank 2
After a very intense game, 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Leipzig parted ways with a 1-all tie. Poulsen scored the lead for Leipzig, Zoller followed suit with the equalizer, and the game was halted for halftime. Eventually, the final minutes of the second half were full of suspense again, but Leipzig keeper Fabio Coltorti proved to be a steady rock.
Tuesday, 14.04.2015 | Match report A late equalizer in Dusseldorf – but FCK still ranked 2nd
On Monday, April 13, 2015, the Red Devils had to content themselves with only one point after the game against Dusseldorf; this means that the Kaiserslautern team so far still hasn’t won against Fortuna in as many as six 2nd League games. Simon Zoller scored an early lead, but then the equalizer was conceded in the final minutes, when Michael Liendl scored from the penalty point.
Sunday, 05.04.2015 | Match report A home victory yet again – 4:0 v. Heidenheim
The Red Devils have achieved their sixth home victory in a row, which means that they defended their second rank in the League. On Saturday, April 4, 2015, the final score after 90 very one-sided minutes against 1. FC Heidenheim was 4:0 (2:0). Captain Willi Orban, Karim Matmour, Mateusz Klich, and Philipp Hofmann each scored a goal for FCK in front of 32,135 spectators in the Fritz Walter Stadium.
Monday, 23.03.2015 | Match report A draw after a very exciting derby
For round 26, 1. FC Kaiserslautern had to face an extraordinary duel. For the southwest derby, the Palatinate team visited Karlsruhe SC. In a match full of suspense, both teams had several scoring opportunities but neither of them managed to score.
Sunday, 15.03.2015 | Match report Unparalleled home power – FCK defeats Nuremberg 2:1
The Red Devils continue their impressive home stretch. On Saturday, March 14, 2015, head coach Kosta Runjaic’s team won against 1. FC Nuremberg with a final score of 2:1 (2:0). Alexander Ring and Philipp Hofmann scored to obtain this fifth home victory in a row. It was Alessandro Schöpf who scored the goal of honor for the guest team.