The 1965–66 TSV 1860 Munich season was the third season since the foundation of the Bundesliga in 1963. This season, 1860 München won the Bundesliga title. The club was eliminated in the first round of the DFB-Pokal by SV Werder Bremen and in the quarterfinals of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup by Chelsea F.C.. The top goal scorer this season was Friedhelm Konietzka who scored 26 goals in the Bundesliga and 33 goals overall.

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  • The 1965–66 TSV 1860 Munich season was the third season since the foundation of the Bundesliga in 1963. This season, 1860 München won the Bundesliga title. The club was eliminated in the first round of the DFB-Pokal by SV Werder Bremen and in the quarterfinals of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup by Chelsea F.C.. The top goal scorer this season was Friedhelm Konietzka who scored 26 goals in the Bundesliga and 33 goals overall. Željko Perušić, Ludwig Bründl, Alfred Kohlhäufl, Helmut Richert and Konietzka joined the club this season. Stevan Bena, Engelbert Kraus and Alfred Pyka left the club this season. (en)
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  • The 1965–66 TSV 1860 Munich season was the third season since the foundation of the Bundesliga in 1963. This season, 1860 München won the Bundesliga title. The club was eliminated in the first round of the DFB-Pokal by SV Werder Bremen and in the quarterfinals of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup by Chelsea F.C.. The top goal scorer this season was Friedhelm Konietzka who scored 26 goals in the Bundesliga and 33 goals overall. (en)
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