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  1. The Football Association (the FA) was founded in 1863 and its rules eventually prevailed. Points at issue among the various associations included offside, the throw-in, the corner kick, the crossbar and the now-obsolete touch down. Among the clubs founded in the 1860s were Notts County, Nottingham Forest, Queen's Park FC, Sheffield Wednesday ...

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    Wars

    1. French occupation of Mexico (1863–1867). Replacement of President of Mexico Benito Juárez (1861–1863) at first with Juan Nepomuceno Almonte (1863–1864) and then by Emperor Maximilian of Mexico (1864–1867) with the establishment of the Second Mexican Empire. Juárez eventually manages to recover his position (1867–1872). 2. On 18 October 1860, the first Convention of Peking formally ended the Second Opium War. 3. The American Civil Warlasted from 1861 to 1865. 4. The Paraguayan War (1864–187...

    Internal conflicts

    1. American Civil War fought between the remaining United States of America under President Abraham Lincoln and the self-declared Confederate States of America under President Jefferson Davis (April 12, 1861 – April 9, 1865) and Vice President Alexander Stephens. Beginning of the Reconstruction era under President Andrew Johnson(1865–1869). 2. 1863–64 January Uprising in the Russian Empire. 3. On 19 July 1864 the fall of Nanjing formally ended the 14-year Taiping Rebellion. 4. 1862-1877 Tongz...

    Prominent political events

    1. Italian Unification under King Victor Emmanuel II. Wars for expansion and national unity continue until the incorporation of the Papal States(March 17, 1861 – September 20, 1870). 2. Abolition of serfdom in Russia by tsar Alexander II(1861). 3. Meiji Restoration in Japan (1866–1869). Tokugawa Yoshinobu, 15th and last of the Tokugawa shōguns loses control to the Meiji Emperor. A series of reforms follows. The samurai class fails to survive while the daimyōs turn to politics. 4. The Dominion...

    Prominent assassinations, targeted killings, and assassination attempts include: 1. President of the United States Abraham Lincoln is assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, April 14, 1865. 2. King of Madagascar Radama IIis captured by soldiers and strangled to death. 3. Manuel Isidoro Belzu, President of Boliviais assassinated. 4. Father of Canadian Confederation, Thomas D'Arcy McGee is assassinated by Patrick J. Whelan. 5. Sakamoto Ryōma, a prominent figure in the Bakumatsu era in Japan and part of the movement to overthrow the Tokugawa shogunate, is assassinated along with Nakaoka Shintarōat a Kyoto inn in 1867.

    The Metropolitan Railway, the world's first underground railway, opens in London in 1863.
    The First Transcontinental Railroadin the USA is completed in 1869.
    The Suez Canal in Egyptis opened in 1869.
    The Plongeur, the first mechanically powered submarinein the world, is launched in 1863 after three years of construction.
    The Christian Mission, later renamed The Salvation Army, is co-founded by William and Catherine Booth in London, England in 1865.
    The London Fire Brigadewas established in 1865.
    Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA opens its doors on May 6, 1869, for the first time under a land grant from the Morrill Act.

    Religion

    1. In Catholicism, reaction against higher criticism and the liberal movement in Europe 2. The Seventh-day Adventist Church becomes officially established in 1863 in Battle Creek, Michigan. 3. Bahá'u'lláh declares his station as "the One whom God shall make Manifest", in the Garden of Ridván, as foretold by the Báb. Baháʼís see this as the beginning date of the Baháʼí Faith.

    Literature and arts

    1. Victor Hugo publishes Les Misérables. 2. Leo Tolstoy publishes War and Peace. 3. Fyodor Dostoevsky publishes Crime and Punishment. 4. Lewis Carroll publishes Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. 5. Jules Verne publishes Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. 6. Impressionismwent public. 7. Charles Dickens publishes Great Expectations and Our Mutual Friend. 8. George Eliot publishes the Silas Marner. 9. Karl Marx publishes Das Kapital. 10. Horatio Alger publishes "Ragged Dick". 11. Winged Vict...

    Sports

    1. The first college footballgame is played in 1869, with Rutgers beating Princeton 6–4. 2. The sport of skiingis invented around 1862. 3. The Football Association is formed in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, paving the way for association footballto become the world's predominant spectator sport. 4. The Cincinnati Redstockings became the first openly professional baseball team in 1869. They finished the same season with a perfect 58–0 record, thanks in large part to their Ha...

    Politics

    1. Louis Curchod, Director International Telecommunication Union

    Famous and infamous personalities

    1. John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of president Abraham Lincoln 2. Kit Carson, Wild West, frontiersman, mountain man 3. Thomas C. Durant, Wild West, railroad tycoon 4. Wild Bill Hickok, Wild West, lawman.

    Appleton's Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: 1861 (1864) online
    Appletons' annual cyclopedia and register of important events: Embracing political, military, and ecclesiastical affairs; public documents; biography, statistics, commerce, finance, literature, sci...
    The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important Events of the Year 1867
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  4. Bundesliga. 1860 Munich was one of the founding members of the Bundesliga in 1963, becoming West German champions in 1966, and has played a total of 20 seasons in the top flight. From 2005 to 2017, 1860 Munich's stadium had been the Allianz Arena. Since their relegation from 2.

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    18 teams from the states of Bremen, Hamburg, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein competed in the sixth season of the reformed Regionalliga Nord; 15 teams were retained from last season and 3 were promoted from the Oberliga, namely 2016–17 Niedersachsenliga champions SSV Jeddeloh and promotion round winners Eutin 08, 2016–17 Schleswig-Holstein-Liga champions, and Altona 93, 2016–17 Oberliga Hamburgchampions. The season started on 28 July 2017.

    18 teams from the states of Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony and Thuringia competed in the sixth season of the reformed Regionalliga Nordost; 15 teams were retained from last season and 3 teams were promoted from the Oberliga. VSG Altglienicke were promoted from 2016–17 NOFV-Oberliga Nord and BSG Chemie Leipzig from 2016–17 NOFV-Oberliga Süd. A play-off was held between the two leagues' runners-up, Optik Rathenow and Germania Halberstadt, to determine the last participant. Halberstadt won the play-off on aggregate and were promoted. The season started on 29 July 2017.

    18 teams from North Rhine-Westphalia competed in the sixth season of the reformed Regionalliga West; 14 teams were retained from last season and 4 were promoted from the Oberliga. SC Paderborn were originally relegated from the 2016–17 3. Liga, but retained their place in 3. Liga following 1860 Munich's failure to obtain a license for the 2017–18 3. Liga. KFC Uerdingen were promoted from the 2016–17 Oberliga Niederrhein, TuS Erndtebrück and Westfalia Rhynern from the 2016–17 Oberliga Westfalen and FC Wegberg-Beeck from the 2016–17 Oberliga Mittelrhein. The season started on 28 July 2017.

    19 teams from Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland competed in the sixth season of the Regionalliga Südwest; 13 teams were retained from last season and 4 were promoted from the Oberliga. Mainz 05 II and FSV Frankfurt were relegated from the 2016–17 3. Liga. Schott Mainz were promoted from the 2016–17 Oberliga Rheinland-Pfalz/Saar, Eintracht Stadtallendorf from the 2016–17 Hessenliga and SC Freiburg II from the 2016–17 Oberliga Baden-Württemberg. The runners-up of the other Oberligas had a play-off round which was won by Röchling Völklingen. The Chinese under-20 national team was about to participate in this season from November onwards to even out the fixture list, but the Chinese withdrew after one game following protests from pro-Tibet demonstrators. Accordingly, their participation was cancelled.The season started on 28 July 2017.

    19 teams from Bavaria competed in the sixth season of the Regionalliga Bayern; 14 teams were retained from last season and 3 were promoted from the Bayernliga. FC Unterföhring were promoted from the Bayernliga Süd and VfB Eichstätt from the Bayernliga Nord. FC Pipinsried were also promoted as they beat Greuther Fürth II in the 2016–17 Bayernliga promotion play-off. Finally, in a play-off between the two losing teams, Greuther Fürth II beat Viktoria Aschaffenburg, obtaining the last open spot in the league. 1860 Munich were originally relegated from 2016–17 2. Bundesliga to 2017–18 3. Liga, but failed to obtain a license and therefore competed in the Regionalliga.This meant that this year's league was held with 19 teams instead of 18.

    The draw for the 2017–18 promotion play-offs was held on 7 April,with another draw between the Regionalliga Südwest teams held on 27 April 2018.

  5. ^ 1860 Munich was relegated to the 2017–18 Regionalliga Bayern due to not being able to obtain a license for the 2017–18 3. Liga, sparing SC Paderborn from relegation from the 2016–17 3. Liga. Post-season

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    From 1860 to 1914

    The history of TSV goes back to before 1860 when young men trained in gymnastics in the courtyard of Weinwirt Fortner, then a popular wine bar in Rosenheim. On 20 October 1860 the local gymnasts organized themselves as Freiwillige Turnerfeuerwehr Rosenheim, a sports association and volunteer fire brigade. In 1865, the club took up sports education at the local primary school until 1868 when the city of Rosenheim provided a designated area on the Kaiser-Ellmaierstraße for the club's gymnasts t...

    From 1914 to 1945

    During World War I, club members again served in the armed forces with 40 of their number not returning from the battlefield. Despite these losses, the club formed a football department in 1919, with Georg Bayer as its first chairman. In these first years, the footballers moved home ground regularly until, in 1923, the ground at Jahnstraßebecame their permanent home. Apart from the footballers, the club saw enlargement in many fields in those post-war years, forming a track & field and a swim...

    After 1945

    The American occupation forces in Bavaria dissolved all sports clubs after the end of the war in 1945 and Rosenheim was no exception. A local sports club however quickly formed, uniting all of Rosenheims associations in the ASV Rosenheim in 1945. The ASV quickly initiated a rebuilding program and in 1946 and 1947 the sports grounds on Jahnstraße and the tennis grounds on Wittelsbacherstraße were rebuilt under the direction of August Rothmann and Hannes Heinritzi. The ASV spent two seasons in...

    The club's seasons since 1963: 1. With the introduction of the Bezirksoberligas in 1988 as the new fifth tier, below the Landesligas, all leagues below dropped one tier. With the introduction of the Regionalligas in 1994 and the 3. Liga in 2008 as the new third tier, below the 2. Bundesliga, all leagues below dropped one tier. With the establishment of the Regionalliga Bayern as the new fourth tier in Bavaria in 2012 the Bayernligawas split into a northern and a southern division, the number of Landesligas expanded from three to five and the Bezirksoberligas abolished. All leagues from the Bezirksligas onwards were elevated one tier.

    There is currently eight different football clubs in Rosenheim, however, only one other than the TSV 1860 has competed on the highest Bavarian level, this being the SB/DJK Rosenheim, who played in the Bayernliga for one season in 1978–79, alongside the TSV. The two clubs have only played one season in the same league after that, 1982–83 in the Landesliga. After 24 years, the Sportbund returned to the Landesliga in 2007 and once more a derby was played. Both clubs lingered in mid table of the Landesliga all season, with no real promotion or relegation issues to worry about. The two games in the league against each other happened to be staged within five days in November 2007, each side winning their home game 2–1. In the final table of the Landesliga in 2007–08, the TSV finished one spot above the SB. The league derbys between TSV and SBsince 1971: Source:"Tables and results of the Bavarian football leagues". Manfred Herzing. Retrieved 18 April 2008.

    While the TSV 1860 overshadows the Sportbund in football, it in turn is no match to the other club's ice hockey department. Three German titles and three more lost final series are the SB's (which now stands for Star Bulls) record on national level. Like many of the small southern Bavarian towns, hockey far dominates football in popularity and success. the SB Rosenheim currently competes in the Oberliga Süd(III), having avoided relegation in the 2007–08 season and being a far cry from its former glory. In its better days in the 1980s, the club provided at times a third of the German national ice hockey team. Still, ice hockey attracts far more spectators, and passion, then football in Rosenheim.

    Six members of the club took part in the 1976 Winter Olympicsin Innsbruck, those were: 1. Georg Heibl, 2-men bobsled, finished 5th in the competition 2. Fritz Ohlwärter, 2-men bobsled, finished 5th in the competition 3. Richard Horner, 4-men bobsled, finished 5th in the competition 4. Hans Morant, 4-men bobsled, finished 5th in the competition 5. Hans Wagner, 4-men bobsled, finished 5th in the competition 6. Siegi Radandt, 4-men bobsled, finished 5th in the competition Two members of the club took part in the 1980 Winter Olympicsin Lake Placid, those were: 1. Hans Wagner, bobsled, finished 7th in the competition 2. Walter Barfuß, 4-men bobsled, finished 7th in the competition

    The club has qualified for the first round of the German Cuptwice, in 1999 when it received a bye and advanced to the second round and in 2013: Source:"DFB-Pokal" (in German). Weltfussball.de. Retrieved 14 June 2009.

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