FC Kaiserslautern (FCK) is one of the most renowned clubs of south-west Germany. Formed in 1900, in the city of Kaiserslautern, FCK provided much happiness to the local football fans through their graceful display. The club has won four league titles and two DFB-Pokals in past. A recent decline in form has relegated the club to 2 Bundesliga. However, local football lovers still strongly root for the club which is evident from the sales of Kaiserslautern football tickets during matches involving FCK. Fritz-Walter-Stadion is not only the home ground of FCK but also the venue that hosts most number of Football matches in Kaiserslautern. Built in 1920, the 46,000 capacity Fritz-Walter-Stadion was one of the venues for 2006 FIFA World Cup. On May 6, 2006, the Bundesliga match between Bayern Munich and FCK recorded the highest attendance in the stadium.