The German team is simply abbreviated as KSC and since the 1993/94 season has also been nicknamed Eurofighter. The club colours are blue and white, which can be found not only in the emblem but also on the jerseys. At home they play in a predominantly blue jersey, and away they play in a white version of the jersey with blue details. They play their home games at the Wildparkstadion with a capacity of 29,699 spectators. The seat of the German sports club is the city of Karlsruhe, where it was founded in 1894, then still as Karlsruher SC Phönix, after 1952 only Karlsruher SC.
It is certainly interesting to note that Joachim Löw also passed through the club and later became the coach of the German national team. The club's achievements are of a relatively older date, most notably winning the German Cup twice in two consecutive seasons, in 1954/55 and 1955/56. At international level, the club won the Intertoto Cup in 1996.
|12.11.2022||Karlsruher SC||FC St. Pauli||3 : 3||4 : 4|
|08.11.2022||1. FC Kaiserslautern||Karlsruher SC||1 : 0||2 : 0|
|05.11.2022||Karlsruher SC||Holstein Kiel||0 : 2||1 : 4|
|30.10.2022||Hannover 96||Karlsruher SC||0 : 0||1 : 0|
|23.10.2022||Karlsruher SC||Fortuna Düsseldorf||0 : 2||0 : 2|
|15.10.2022||Karlsruher SC||SV Darmstadt 98||1 : 0||1 : 2|
|07.10.2022||Arminia Bielefeld||Karlsruher SC||0 : 1||1 : 2|
|02.10.2022||Karlsruher SC||1. FC Nürnberg||1 : 0||3 : 0|
|16.09.2022||Eintracht Braunschweig||Karlsruher SC||1 : 0||2 : 1|
|10.09.2022||Karlsruher SC||1. FC Heidenheim||0 : 0||0 : 0|