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An overwhelming majority of both secular and regular clergy chose banishment; the bishop withdrew with the cathedral chapter to Dillingen, whence he addressed to the pope and the emperor an appeal for the redress of his grievances.
In the city of Augsburg the Catholic churches were seized by Lutheran and Zwinglian preachers; at the command of the council pictures were removed, and at the instigation of Bucer and others a disgraceful storm of popular iconoclasm followed, resulting in the destruction of many splendid monuments of art and antiquity.
The greatest intolerance was exercised towards the Catholics who had remained in the Free Imperial City; their schools were dissolved; parents were compelled to send their children to Lutheran institutions; it was even forbidden to hear Mass outside the city under severe penalties.
At the outbreak of hostilities between the emperor and the Schmalkaldic League, Augsburg, as a member of the league, took up arms against Charles V, and Bishop Otto invested and plundered Füssen, and confiscated nearly all the remaining possessions of the diocese.
After the victory at Mühlberg , however, the imperial troops marched against Augsburg, and the city was forced to beg for mercy, surrender twelve pieces of artillery, pay a fine, restore the greater number of churches to the Catholics and reimburse the diocese and the clergy for property confiscated.
In the bishop, Otto von Truchsess , who had meanwhile been created a cardinal, returned to the city with the cathedral chapter, followed shortly after by the emperor.
At the Diet held at Augsburg in the so-called "Augsburg Interim" was arranged. After a temporary occupation of the city and suppression of Catholic services by the Elector, Prince Maurice of Saxony , the "Religious Peace of Augsburg " was concluded at the Diet of ; it was followed by a long period of peace.
The disturbances of the Reformation were more disastrous in their results throughout the diocese and adjoining lands than within the immediate precincts of Augsburg.
Thus, after many perturbations and temporary restorations of the Catholic religion, the Protestants finally gained the upper hand in Württemberg , Oettingen , Neuburg , the Free Imperial Cities of Nördlingen , Memmingen , Kaufbeuren , Dinkelsbühl , Donauwörth , Ulm , in the ecclesiastical territory of Feuchtwangen and elsewhere.
Altogether during these years of religious warfare the Diocese of Augsburg lost to the Reformation about parishes, 24 monasteries, and over benefices.
Although the religious upheaval brought with it a great loss of worldly possessions, it was not without beneficial effect on religious life of the diocese.
Bishop Christopher von Stadion , while trying to protect Catholicism from the inroads of the Reformation, had sought to strengthen and revive ecclesiastical discipline, which had sadly declined, among both the secular and regular clergy.
This work was carried on even more energetically by Bishop Otto Truchsess, who achieved a fruitful counter-reformation.
By frequent visitations he sought to become familiar with existing evils, and by means of diocesan synods and a vigorous enforcement of measures against ignorant and dissolute clerics, secular and regular, he endeavored to remedy these conditions.
He advanced the cause of education by founding schools; he summoned the Jesuits to his diocese, among others Blessed Peter Canisius , who from , in the capacity, of cathedral preacher, confessor, and catechist, exercised a remarkable fruitful and efficacious ministry.
In , Bishop Otto founded a seminary in Dillingen for the training of priests, obtained from the pope a decree raising it to the rank of a university , and, in , gave the direction of the new university to the Jesuits, for whom he had built a college in Dillingen.
It is due to his untiring labours and those of Canisius that much larger portions of the diocese were not lost to the Church.
Under the immediate successors of Otto, the revival instituted by him progressed rapidly, and many excellent decrees were formulated.
Under Marquard II von Berg —91 a pontifical boarding school alumnatus was founded in Dillingen, colleges were established by the Jesuits in Landsberg , and through the bounty of the Fugger family, in Augsburg Heinrich von Knoringen, made bishop at the early age of twenty-eight, took especial interest in the university and the Seminary of Dillingen, both of which he enriched with many endowments; he convened several synods, converted Duke Wolfgang of Neuburg to Catholicism, and during his long episcopate — reconciled many Protestant cities and parishes to the Catholic Church, being aided in a particular manner by the Jesuits, for whom he founded establishments in Neuburg, Memmingen , and Kaufbeuren.
By means of the Edict of Restitution of Emperor Ferdinand II , vigorously and even too forcefully executed by the bishop, the Thirty Years' War first accomplished an almost complete restoration of the former possessions of the Diocese of Augsburg.
The occupation of Augsburg by Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden restored temporarily the balance of power to the Protestants.
Until the relief of the city by imperial troops , the Catholics were hard pressed and were forced to give up all they had gained via the Edict of Restitution.
Finally, the Treaty of Westphalia established equality between Catholics and Protestants, and was followed by a long period of internal peace.
Owing to the losses suffered by the diocese on account of the treaty, a solemn protest was laid before the imperial chancery by Bishop Sigmund Francis , Archduke of Austria — This bishop, on account of his youth, ruled the diocese through administrators, and later resigned his office.
His successor, Johann Christopher von Freiberg —90 , was particularly desirous of liquidating the heavy burden of debt borne by the chapter, but was nevertheless generous towards churches and monasteries.
His successor, Alexander Sigmund — , son of the Elector Palatine , guarded the purity of doctrine in liturgical books and prayer books. Johann Friedrich von Stauffenberg —40 founded the Seminary of Meersbury and introduced missions among the people.
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The fifth season then saw a decline, with the team only finishing 14th and only two points clear of a relegation spot. The following year was once more a qualifying season, with the number of Regionalligas being reduced in numbers from four to two.
FCA fulfilled the on-the-field requirement, finishing eighth, its best Regionalliga result to that date. Financially, however, the club was in dire straits, with a real possibility of the club folding.
While the latter threat was averted, FCA was refused a Regionalliga licence when a potential investor backed out and the German Football Association DFB relegated it to the Bayernliga, now the fourth tier.
Financial rescue came in the form of Walther Seinsch, a local entrepreneur, who took over as chairman and introduced sound financial management to the club.
The club was able to field a competitive team in the Bayernliga once more and achieved promotion back to the Regionalliga in its second season, in The club returned as a force in the third division, earning top-four finishes in all of the next four seasons there.
FCA came achingly close to advancing to 2. Bundesliga in , but missed their opportunity after giving up two goals to Jahn Regensburg in the last four minutes of their final game of the season.
The club dominated the Regionalliga Süd the next year, winning the league and clinching a berth in the 2. Bundesliga for the —07 season.
This marked their first appearance in the 2. Bundesliga in 23 years. They finished the campaign in seventh place on 52 points, only eight points away from promotion to the top-flight.
Once again, the game at Munich was the highlight, with a 3—0 victory for Augsburg in front of 69, in the Allianz Arena.
Ralf Loose replaced Rainer Hörgl as head coach in October when the club found itself in the relegation zone. Loose's contract was terminated on 16 April after a string of bad results.
The club avoided relegation on goal average, being on equal points with relegated side Kickers Offenbach at the end of the season.
The longtime home ground of the FCA, Rosenau Stadion, built from World War II rubble, finally came to its well-deserved rest in when a new stadium was completed.
The new Impuls Arena also hosted games of the FIFA Women's World Cup. Under Dutch manager Jos Luhukay , Augsburg enjoyed a successful season in —10, when the club reached the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal as well as finishing third in the 2.
Bundesliga, which allowed it to play 1. FC Nürnberg for Bundesliga promotion. In two games there, the Franconians kept the upper hand and FCA was condemned to wait another year.
However, at the end of the —11 season, FC Augsburg finished second in the league and was promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time in its history.
On 15 October , FCA won its first-ever game in the first division, defeating Mainz 05 1—0. On 28 April , FCA retained their status as a Bundesliga club for a second year with a game to spare.
Only a week later, Luhukay resigned from the FCA job, citing doubts with regards to the club's prospects as the reason.
On 17 May , the club appointed Markus Weinzierl as its new manager. In its second Bundesliga season, FCA struggled even more than in its first year, accumulating only nine points in the first half of the season.
However, FCA secured its top-flight survival in the last match of the season against Greuther Fürth with a 3—1 victory. In —14 , FCA finished eighth in the league and competed, unsuccessfully, for an UEFA Europa League place rather than struggling against relegation.
FCA began the —15 season with a first round DFB-Pokal defeat against amateur fourth division side 1. FC Magdeburg. FCA qualified for the —16 Europa League after finishing fifth in the —15 Bundesliga , their best ever finish.
After a last-gasp 3—1 away win in the last group match at Partizan , FCA advanced to the knockout stage of the competition for the very first time,  being drawn against Liverpool in the round of After a goalless first leg at the WWK ARENA , Augsburg fell to a narrow 1—0 defeat to the eventual Europa League runners-up at Anfield.
On 2 June , Markus Weinzierl left FC Augsburg to become manager at Schalke 04 , followed by the immediate signing of Dirk Schuster then-outgoing manager at Darmstadt 98 as his successor.
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The historically indifferent performance of the senior side was offset by the success of the club's youth team, which captured a national championship in the under's in , being the last non-Bundesliga club to do so.
They also took four Cup titles in the early s, all under the guidance of coach Heiner Schuhmann. With the formation of the Under 19 Bundesliga and Under 17 Bundesliga , the club's youth teams slipped to second division status but recovered and, in —14, the youth teams played in the Under 19 Bundesliga and Under 17 Bundesliga , the first tier of youth football in Germany at their respective age levels.
The club's reserve side had its greatest success before the merger, playing, as BC Augsburg Amateure, for a season in the southern division of the Amateurliga Bayern in — The team disappeared into the lower amateur leagues after that but returned to the Landesliga Bayern-Süd in , finishing runners-up in the league in its first season, now as FC Augsburg Amateure.
By however, the side was relegated again, not to return to this level for a quarter of a decade. It did however take out the Schwaben Cup in and qualified for the first round of the —78 DFB-Pokal.
After away victories over second division side Arminia Hannover and fellow amateur side 1.