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Historically the number of participants in the main tournament has varied between four from until and from through resulting in tournaments of two to seven rounds.
Since the inception of the Bundesliga in all clubs from the Bundesliga are automatically qualified for the DFB-Pokal as are all clubs from the 2.
Bundesliga since its inception in Reserve sides for most of the time were allowed to participate in the DFB-Pokal but have been excluded since The final has been held at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin every season since Before , the host of the final was determined on short notice.
Originally the cup games were held over two 45 minute halves with two 15 minute overtime periods in case of a draw. If the score was still level after minutes the game was replayed with the home field right reversed.
In the Tschammer-Pokal the semi-final between Waldhof Mannheim and Wacker Wien was played to a draw three times before the game was decided by lot.
The German Football Association decided to hold a penalty shootout if the replay was another draw after a similar situation arose in the cup , when the match between Alemannia Aachen and Werder Bremen had to be decided by lot after two draws.
In —72 and —73 , the matches were held over two legs. The second leg was extended by two additional minute overtime periods if the aggregate was a draw after both legs.
In case the extension brought no decision, a penalty shootout was held. In , the final 1. Hertha BSC had to be replayed, leading to great logistical difficulties.
In the aftermath, the DFB opted not to replay cup finals in the future, instead holding a penalty shootout after extra time.
Eventually, this change was extended to all cup games in If the DFB-Pokal winner or both finalists qualify through the Bundesliga for European cup competitions, the best placed team of the Bundesliga not already qualified for at least the Europa League receives the spot.
The first German cup was held in The first final was contested between the two most successful clubs of that era, 1. In , the original trophy, Goldfasanen-Pokal , was substituted by the trophy which is still awarded today, because the original reminded DFB president Peco Bauwens of the Nazi era.
Originally, the DFB-Pokal was a competition open to clubs from the top divisions of German football only. This continued after the establishment of the Bundesliga in Semi-professional and amateur clubs could only enter the competition from onwards, when it was enlarged.
Up until , only the top two divisions of German football, the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, were fully professional but from , with the establishment of the 3.
Liga, the third tier also became fully professional. From the start, the new match ups between Bundesliga and amateurs most usually third division clubs became a source of surprises.
Often titled the "mother of all cup sensations" German: FC Magdeburg became the first fourth division side to eliminate two Bundesliga clubs in one season.
Bundesliga, became cup winners after eliminating several Bundesliga teams in the process. Bundesliga team, but was promoted to the Bundesliga a week before they won the cup final.
Surprise results in the cup attract a strong media coverage in Germany and, at times, abroad. Having won 18 titles, Bayern Munich has been the most successful team in the cup since they won their fourth title in Schalke 04 holds the record for the biggest win in a DFB-Pokal final, winning 5—0 against 1.
East Germany also had its own national cup: It was introduced in and awarded annually until after German reunification in led to the merger of the football leagues of the two Germanys.
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