- promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
|Season||Squad||Country||Comp||LgRank||Apps||W||D||L||GF||GA||GDiff||Pts||Attendance||Top Team Scorer||Goalkeeper||Notes|
|2018-2019||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||3rd||22||10||7||5||53||35||+18||37||10,978||Philipp Klement - 11||Leopold Zingerle|
|2017-2018||Paderborn 07||de GER||3. 3. Liga||2nd||38||25||8||5||90||33||+57||83||8,284||Sven Michel - 19||Leopold Zingerle||Promoted|
|2016-2017||Paderborn 07||de GER||3. 3. Liga||18th||38||12||8||18||38||57||-19||44||5,541||Zlatko Dedić - 7||Lukas Kruse||Retained *|
|2015-2016||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||18th||34||6||10||18||28||55||-27||28||10,929||Moritz Stoppelkamp - 6||Lukas Kruse||Relegated|
|2014-2015||Paderborn 07||de GER||1. Bundesliga||18th||34||7||10||17||31||65||-34||31||14,859||Elias Kachunga - 6||Lukas Kruse||Relegated|
|2013-2014||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||2nd||34||18||8||8||63||48||+15||62||10,998||Mahir Sağlık - 15||Lukas Kruse||Promoted|
|2012-2013||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||12th||34||11||9||14||45||45||0||42||8,779||Philipp Hofmann - 7||Lukas Kruse|
|2011-2012||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||5th||34||17||10||7||51||42||+9||61||10,248||Nick Proschwitz - 17||Lukas Kruse|
|2010-2011||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||12th||34||10||9||15||32||47||-15||39||7,952||Edmond Kapllani - 8||Daniel Masuch|
|2009-2010||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||5th||34||14||9||11||49||49||0||51||8,360||Mahir Sağlık - 15||Daniel Masuch|
|2007-2008||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||17th||34||6||13||15||33||54||-21||31||6,489||Erwin Koen, Alexander Löbe - 7||Lukas Kruse||Relegated|
|2006-2007||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||11th||34||11||9||14||32||41||-9||42||6,138||Timo Röttger - 8||Tom Starke|
|2005-2006||Paderborn 07||de GER||2. 2. Bundesliga||9th||34||13||7||14||46||40||+6||46||6,560||René Müller - 11||Tom Starke|
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