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DFB-Pokal: S04 trifft auf den BFC DynamoRegionalligist BFC Dynamo will gegen Bundesligist FC Schalke die große Bühne dafür nutzen, um das dürftige Klub-Image aufzubessern. Die Knappen müssen für das erste Pflichtspiel der Saison / nach Berlin reisen. In der 1. Hauptrunde des DFB-Pokals tritt die. Waldemar Ksienzyk (* November in Zabrze, Polen) ist ein ehemaliger deutscher Fußballspieler. Er spielte in der DDR-Oberliga für den 1. FC Union Berlin und den Berliner FC Dynamo. Mit dem BFC wurde er viermal DDR-Meister und zweimal Pokalsieger. In der Bundesliga spielte er für den FC Schalke
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Shots 2 1 Shots on Target. Fouls Committed 3 1 Fouls Against. The video recording had been filmed by BFC Dynamo for training purposes and showed the situation from a different angle.
The video recording showed that decision by Bernd Stumpf was correct and that the sanctions against him were unjustified. It was later known that Adolf Prokop had been a Stasi officer, employed as an officer in special service OibE , and that several referees, including Bernd Stumpf, had been Stasi informants.
Falko Götz . The picture that the success of BFC Dynamo relied upon referee bias has been challenged by ex-coach Jürgen Bogs, ex-goalkeeper Bodo Rudwaleit , ex-forward Andreas Thom and others associated with the club.
Some of them admit that there might have been cases of referee bias. But they insist that it was the thoroughness of their youth work and the quality of their play that earned them their titles.
You can't manipulate 10 league titles. We had the best team in terms of skill, fitness and mentality. We had exceptional players". As football champions, the BFC also welcomes the referees and is looking forward to a high-quality game management", said in an interview with the Leipziger Volkszeitung in "The BFC is not ten times champions because the referees only whistled for Dynamo.
They were already strong as a bear. Although speculations on manipulation in favor of BFC Dynamo could never be completely eliminated, it is a fact that BFC Dynamo achieved its sporting success much on the basis of its successful youth work, which is still recognized today.
These players would influence the team for years. The only major transfers to BFC Dynamo from other clubs during its most successful period in the s, were Frank Pastor from then relegated HFC Chemie in and Thomas Doll from then relegated FC Hansa Rostock in BFC Dynamo won its tenth league title in a row in the —88 season.
The club also reached the final of the —88 FDGB-Pokal and defeated Carl Zeiss Jena 2—0 in front of 40, spectators at the Stadion der Weltjugend , securing the double and winning its first cup title since SC Dynamo Berlin captured the title in The duo Andreas Thom and Thomas Doll, paired with sweeper Frank Rohde, were one of the most effective goal scorers in the late s of East German football.
Andreas Thom became league top goalscorer during the —88 season. The club was drawn against West German champions Werder Bremen in the first round of —89 European Cup.
BFC Dynamo won a surprising 3—0 victory home at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark in the first leg, but was eliminated after an equally surprising 5—0 loss in Bremen.
The return match would be known in West Germany as the "Second miracle at the Weser ". It has been rumoured that doping might explain the surprising results in the meeting.
Researcher Giselher Spitzer claims that players of BFC Dynamo had been given amphetamies before the first leg. BFC Dynamo was pushed into the role of favorites, while Werder Bremen was given enough time to build motivation.
Erich Mielke had made it clear to the team before the return leg that "this was about beating the class enemy".
Head coach Jürgen Bogs wanted to travel to Bremen two days in advance. This was denied by the Stasi and the player bus was only allowed to leve East Berlin on Monday morning.
The schedule of Jürgen Bogs could no longer be held, so the planned shopping tour was cancelled. BFC Dynamo won the next match against FC Karl-Marx-Stadt.
Average home attendance fell from 15, to 9, during the s. Notably aggravating were the restrictions on tickets sales imposed by the Stasi at international matches, were only a small number of tickets were allowed for ordinary fans, with the vast majority instead allocated to a politically handpicked audience.
BFC Dynamo saw a decline in the DDR-Oberliga season and finished runners-up behind SG Dynamo Dresden. The team defeated FC Karl-Marx-Stadt 1—0 in the final of the —89 FDGB-Pokal and secured its third cup title.
As cup winners, BFC Dynamo was set to play the DFV-Supercup against league champions SG Dynamo Dresden. Jürgen Bogs was removed as head coach after the —89 season, and replaced by Helmut Jäschke, who had previously served as head coach of the reserve team.
The DFV-Supercup was played on 5 August at the Stadion der Freundschaft in Cottbus. BFC Dynamo defeated SG Dynamo Dresden 4—1, with two goals scored by Thomas Doll, and won the title.
Starting with Andreas Thom being transferred to Bayer Leverkusen in December , BFC Dynamo lost its best players to West German sides in the course of — In , the side was renamed FC Berlin in an attempt to distance it from its past.
In the early s a number of Dynamo clubs across East Germany, such as the professional ice hockey club SC Dynamo Berlin today Eisbären Berlin in , eliminated its Dynamo names.
However, due to the supporters' desire, in the club again took up its traditional name BFC Dynamo. Having lost financial and political support as well as its best players, the side fell to tier III play and later to IV or V division leagues.
BFC Dynamo had to file for insolvency in but was eventually rescued by its supporters. The insolvency proceedings were successfully closed in Following its insolvency, BFC recovered to win the Verbandsliga Berlin V championship in and return to fourth division play in the Oberliga Nordost-Nord IV, now V where they settled in as upper-table side.
On 12 June , BFC Dynamo won the Berlin Cup Berlin Pokal for a third time, beating SV Lichtenberg 47 1—0, thus qualifying for the national cup of the DFB, the DFB-Pokal.
The subsequent DFB-Pokal match against VfB Stuttgart took place on 4 August in front of 9, spectators. The stadium capacity of the Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sportpark had been limited and ticket prices had been increased due to requirements by the DFB.
In the —14 Oberliga season, BFC Dynamo won 15 out of the initial 16 games while drawing against SV Lichtenberg After 21 season matches, the streak was extended to 20 wins and one draw, effectively securing promotion to Regionalliga Nordost with a point lead.
Following promotion, BFC Dynamo finished the —15 Regionalliga season in fifth place. During the season, coach Volkan Uluc was replaced by former Hamburger SV player and coach of SSV Jahn Regensburg , Thomas Stratos.
Under Stratos, BFC Dynamo secured yet another Berlin Cup trophy, thus qualifying again for the DFB-Pokal. The crowd of 6, spectators during the cup final against Tasmania Berlin 1—0 victory at the Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sportpark set another record for a Berlin Cup final.
The —15 season marked the return of the club to live television the DFB-Pokal cup matches against 1. FC Kaiserslautern in and VfB Stuttgart in were shown by German pay TV with its Regionalliga matches against Carl Zeiss Jena and 1.
FC Magdeburg being broadcast by Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk television. The DFB-Pokal match was lost against 2. Bundesliga side FSV Frankfurt.
Rockenbach da Silva missed a penalty for BFC. The Regionalliga seasons —16 and —17 brought mixed results. However, BFC secured another Berlin Cup trophy in , thus qualifying for DFB-Pokal season — FC Schalke 04 was drawn as first-round opponent for the match scheduled 14 August BFC Dynamo finished the Regionalliga season —18 4th and once again qualified for the DFB-Pokal.
The club was drawn to play 1. FC Köln in the first round. Due to the loss of key players such as Kai Pröger , Denis Srbeny and Rufat Dadashov in and the BFC squad was significantly weakened and eventually lost 1—9.
He was replaced by Christian Benbennek. The traditional colours of BFC Dynamo are claret and white. The home kit has traditionally been a claret shirt, paired with claret or white shorts and socks.
The club was rebranded as FC Berlin on 13 February and subsequently adopted a new red and white colour scheme in the season. The club played in red and white home kits for most of the FC Berlin era, but wore a black and red striped home shirt, paired with black shorts and black socks from the season through the season.
The club reverted to its original name on 3 May and consequently also later returned to its traditional colour scheme. The first crest featured a stylized image of the roof of the Brandenburg Gate with the lettering "FCB" underneath and the club name "Fussballclub Berlin" in white on a red background.
It was only used during the spring of The second crest featured a stylized image of a football with the Brandenburg Gate on top and the lettering "FCB" and the club name "FC Berlin" in red on a white background.
BFC Dynamo reclaimed its East German crest when the club reverted to its original name on 3 May The neglect was likely due to managerial inexperience.
Protection of trademarks was neither necessary nor common in East Germany. Pepe Mager was a famous fan of Hertha BSC and fan souvenir trader.
BFC Dynamo continued to use the disputed crest on its kits and webpage, despite not owning the rights. But the club would have to ask the owner of the crest every time it wanted to have a pennant made and was unable to exploit the commercial value of the crest for its own benefit.
The new crest abandoned the traditional stylized "D" and the lettering "BFC", as they would have met legal challenges.
Club president Norbert Uhlig ensured that there was absolutely no ulterior motive behind the spelling and claimed that the word had always been spelled like that on pennants and scarfes.
The new crest has been used by BFC Dynamo since the season. Many clubs in East Germany rushed to drop their East German names during the Peaceful revolution.
BFC Dynamo was among the clubs to do so, in an attempt to distance the club from the Stasi. The name FC Berlin never became popular with the fans.
BFC Dynamo contacted Pepe Mager for a co-operation. Rayk Bernt organized the production of fan merchandise in his own regime. Rayk Bernt sold parts of the rights to the former crest to Thomas Thiel in The price was allegedly a six-digit sum.
Thomas Thiel sold his rights to the crest back to Rayk Bernt in The rights to the old crest are divided between companies RA-BE Immobilien- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH and BFC Dynamo Vermarktungsgesellschaft mbH as of The club sells its official fan merchandise with the new crest at its official fan shop.
The German Football League DFL introduced a system of championship stars in the season. The system was meant to honor the most successful teams in the Bundesliga by allowing teams to display stars on their shirts for the championships they have won.
The system awarded one star for three titles, two stars for five titles, and three stars for ten titles.
BFC Dynamo submitted an application to the DFL and the DFB on 9 August to receive three stars for it ten titles in the DDR-Oberliga.
The club asked for equal rights and argued that the DFB had absorbed the German Football Association of the GDR DFV with all its statistics, international matches and goal scores.
FC Magdeburg in its attempts to achieve recognition for East German titles. The DFL responded that it was not the responsible body, but the DFB remained silent for a long time.
The DFB announced that the application of BFC Dynamo was going to be negotiated in DFB executive committee. BFC Dynamo took matters in its own hands and unilaterally emblazoned its shirts with three stars.
BFC Dynamo had been sponsored by the Stasi and was given advantages. However, also other clubs in East Germany had enjoyed similar advantages, which put the DFB in a difficult situation.
The DFL rejected the application from the DFB and recommended the DFB to only honor clubs that were champions in the Bundesliga.
The DFB presidium instead decided on a compromise solution on 19 July and adopted a new regulation for the season which gave all clubs the right to wear one single star for the championships they have won in the former East Germany and in Germany since Clubs were also allowed to indicate the number of championships they have won in the center of the star.
It does not apply to clubs playing in the 2. Bundesliga and Bundesliga, which are organized by the DFL. The new regulation meant that BFC Dynamo was finally allowed to emblazon its shirts with a championship star.
The regulation also affected other former East German teams including SG Dynamo Dresden with its eight titles, 1. FC Frankfurt with its six titles and 1.
FC Magdeburg with its three titles in the DDR-Oberliga. The long-time home and training area of BFC Dynamo is the Sportforum Hohenschönhausen in Alt-Hohenschönhausen in Lichtenberg in Berlin.
The Sportforum Hohenschönhausen is the location of the club offices and the base of the youth teams. The Sportforum Hohenschönhausen was known as the Dynamo-Sportforum during the East German era.
The sports complex was built as a training center for elite sport and was home to sports club SC Dynamo Berlin with its many sports, disciplines and squads.
SC Dynamo Berlin played its first seasons at the Walter-Ulbricht-Stadion in Mitte. The team was therefore occasionally drawn to the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark in Prenzlauer Berg for popular matches, which was the home ground FC Vorwärts Berlin.
The team drew average attendances between 3, and 6, spectators in the Dynamo-Sportforum in the s. The football stadium in the Dynamo-Sportforum was completed in its current form in and had a capacity of 20, spectators.
Neverless, BFC Dynamo played its home matches in the UEFA Cup at the Dynamo-Stadion im Sportforum. The attendance of 20, spectators during the match against Liverpool F.
A permanent training camp for BFC Dynamo was built in Uckley in the Zernsdorf district of Königs Wusterhausen in Bezirk Potsdam in the late s.
BFC Dynamo played its home matches at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark from BFC Dynamo hosted teams such as FC Dynamo Moscow , Red Star Belgrade , Nottingham Forest , Aston Villa , AS Roma and FC Aberdeen at the stadium in the s and s.
The average home attendance of 16, spectators for BFC Dynamo at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Stadion in the DDR-Oberliga was the highest average league attendance in club history.
FC Union Berlin was played at the neutral Stadion der Weltjugend from , for security reasons. FC Berlin played its home matches in the 2.
Bundesliga qualification at the Stadion im Sportforum. The club moved permanently to the Sportforum Hohenschönhausen in September The refurbishment included new fences and player tunnels.
BFC Dynamo moved its home matches to the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark following its advance to the Regionalliga Nordost in Then German Football Association DFB has classified the Stadion im Sportforum as suitable for third division play, if only a few minor requirements are met.
The Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Stadion is planned to be demolished during the season for a complete redevelopment. The new Fredrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark is going to be multi-sports facility with 20, seats.
The stadium will be designed as an inclusive sports facility and offer second division fit. BFC Dynamo played only a minor role in football in Berlin until the relocation of FC Vorwärts Berlin to Frankfurt an der Oder in But with its growing successes in the s, the club began to attract young fans, primarily from the central areas around the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark, such as Prenzlauer Berg and Mitte.
The fan club was founded in and was one of the earliest fan clubs in East German football. Fans of BFC Dynamo were the first to sew their embroidered fan club badges on their jackets.
This was a novelty among football supporters in East Germany in the s. The supporter scene became a focal point for various subcultures in the late s and beginning of the s.
It was more important for them to protest, do their own thing and break out from everyday life. Young people were gradually attracted by the provocative image of the club: its reputation as a Stasi club, its successes and the hatred of opposing fans.
Fashion played a big role in the BFC Dynamo supporter scene. Football related violence spread in East Germany in the s. FC Union Berlin and BSG Chemie Leipzig had large followings.
When we went with people against 1, Unioners and you noticed: If you stick together, you have an incredible amount of violence. FC Union Berlin recalled: "There was hardly an enemy mob against us, we were just too many.
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