Disturbances by spectators was a regular occurrence at matches between the two teams.  Its top performers of the 1980s came mainly from its own youth academy and junior team, such as Andreas Thom, Frank Rohde, Rainer Ernst, Bernd Schulz, Christian Backs, Bodo Rudwaleit and Artur Ullrich.  Mario Maek saved 1.  The club managed only a sixth place in the following two seasons, but captured a second place in the 1975–76 DDR-Oberliga season. , The Sportforum Hohenschönhausen was known as the Dynamo-Sportforum during the East German era. Served briefly as an interim president, from 20 February 1990 to 27 May 1990. Unauthorized fan clubs were those that were unregistered or did not meet DFV guidelines. The relocation aroused a sense of victimhood among the fans of SG Dynamo Dresden which would later be compounded by the successes of BFC Dynamo.  Supporters of 1. Andreas Thom and Rainer Ernst scored one goal each.  SC Dynamo Berlin moved its home matches to the Dynamo-Sportforum after the construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961.  The money is part of the budget for the demolition of the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Stadion. Some would later become players or coaches in the Bundesliga and play for German national football team. FC Union Berlin would come to play second fiddle in East Berlin from now on and never finish higher than seventh place in the DDR-Oberliga. [nb 6] The team drew average attendances between 3,000 and 6,000 spectators in the Dynamo-Sportforum in the 1960s. FC Lokomotive Leipzig and BFC Dynamo on 22 March 1986. - Der Ober-Dynamo ist jetzt eine Frau , BFC-Paukenschlag!  However, there was not yet any final decision in the DFB executive committee.  However, such claims are doubtful. BFC Dynamo had to file for insolvency in 2001 but was eventually rescued by its supporters. The score was 1-1 when supporters of BFC Dynamo stormed the pitch to attack supporters of 1. Er stand ganz nah dabei – und weinte. Der vorbestrafte Eric J.  This was also reflected in the derby between BFC Dynamo and 1.   The youth academy produced stars such as Lutz Eigendorf, Falko Götz and Andreas Thom. Berliner FC Dynamo was founded on 15 January 1966. FC Union defeated BFC Dynamo 1-0 in front of 45,000 spectators at the Stadion der Weltjugend in the first meeting of the 1976-77 season on 4 september 1976. BFC Dynamo had the best material conditions in the league and the best team by far. FC Union Berlin won 6 meetings. BFC Dynamo had a run of 36 league matches without defeat in 1982–1984, including the entire 1982-83 season. FC Magdeburg with its three titles in the DDR-Oberliga. Hooligans der ostdeutschen Fußballvereine zogen teils marodierend durch die Straßen. [nb 12] This meant that 1. The DFV Legal commission imposed a one year ban on Klaus Korn after a circumstantial trial. There have been several cases of violence between the supporters of the two teams during the 2010s. FC Union Berlin II was dissolved after the season.  BFC Dynamo now had access to two thirds of all training centers (TZ) in East Berlin. FC Union Berlin as a cult club and crowd puller.  Numerous cars were demolished and up to 31 shops were smashed and looted.  However, the loss of two regular players before the match against Partizan Belgrade was a challenge.  The club eventually offered 5,000 Euros for the crest, but was turned down.  As a result of that review, referee Manfred Roßner received a one-year ban from refereeing matches above second tier. , The name FC Berlin never became popular with the fans. , The general disillusionment about BFC Dynamo stood at its peak during the 1985-86 season. , Rayk Bernt sold parts of the rights to the former crest to Thomas Thiel in 2007. [nb 7], A group of 100 to 150 skinheads and hooligans of BFC Dynamo marched through Pankow to the Stadion der Weltjugend for the match against FC Carl Zeiss Jena in the final of the 1987-88 FDGB-Pokal. Expensive sneakers was now the new fashion. FC Union Berlin won the match 2-1 on extra time and hooligans from FC Berlin stormed the home stands at the Stadion an der Alten Försterei.  However, the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Stadion would occasionally still be used for larger matches.  1.  The scandal surrounding alleged referee bias in East German football had so undermined the credibility of the national competitions by the mid-1980s, that Egon Krenz, the head of the Department of Physical culture and Sport of the SED Central Committee Rudolf Hellmann and the German Football Association of the GDR (DFV) Secretariat would be forced to restructure the referee commission and impose penalties on referees for poor performance.  Many came from working class families in Prenzlauer Berg. Dynamo verfügt über eines der größten Ausbildungszentren der Stadt. , The supporter scene became a focal point for various subcultures in the late 1970s and beginning of the 1980s. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. , BFC Dynamo moved its home matches to the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark following its advance to the Regionalliga Nordost in 2014.  BFC Dynamo abandoned its East German crest when it was rebranded as FC Berlin on 13 February 1990. "Hooligans in der DDR: "Danach zoger wir brandschatzend durch Ostberlin, "Berliner Derbys: Mielkes verrückte Enkel", "Der Tag, an dem Hooligans Leipzig terrorisierten - Bisher schwerste 'Fußball'-Krawalle im Osten", "Ausnahmezustand in Leutzsch: Als in Leipzig ein Fußballfan erschossen wurde", "So lief alles ab: Die Krawalle von Leipzig und der Tod des Mike P.", "Krawalle bei Fußballspiel fordern einen Toten", "Gedenken an Mike Polley: BFC plant Fanmarsch zum Gastspiel bei Chemie Leipzig", "Hooligans wüteten in Rostock: Plünderungen und Straßenschlachten", "Nicht nur Rostock erschrak über Fußballkrieg: Polley schon vergessen? With help from the West German Consulate general in Zagreb, they received false passports and managed to escape to Munich. Two SV Dynamo representatives in the referee commission, Heinz Einbeck and Gerhard Kunze, were also replaced. FC Berlin and 1. The club, its reputation and supporter scene, was also the theme of stage play "Dynamoland" by Gudrun Herrbold. , There were several transfers between the two clubs. , Police stated that the razzia was a preventative measure on short notice to prevent hooligans from organizing for the upcoming match against 1. But another rival would at the same time disappear when the Stasi outmaneuvered the army and FC Vortwärts Berlin was relocated to Frankfurt an der Oder in 1971. FC Union Berlin to ever become league top goal scorer. They were considered arrogant and clearly preferred.  The supporters of 1. , The development in the supporter scene would eventually catch the attention of the authorities. Political factors and pressure from Erich Mielke were probably the main reasons behind the relocation. Supporters of FC Berlin stormed the opposing block armed with clubs and hunted down fans of 1. , Head coach Jürgen Bogs wanted to travel to Bremen two days in advance. favoured BFC Dynamo.  The reputation of BFC Dynamo as the hated Stasi club attracted skinheads, who used the club as a stage for their provocations. In Hohenschönhausen, dort wo der Fußballklub BFC Dynamo zu Hause ist, hätten sie sich jetzt vermutlich eine Sonnenbrille aufgesetzt. ", "Willmanns Kolumne: Die Feierbiester des BFC Dynamo sind zurück", "Why not!  Gerd Weber had solicited plans to defect, but the other two had not. BFC Dynamo played only a minor role in football in Berlin until the relocation of FC Vorwärts Berlin to Frankfurt an der Oder in 1971.  However, the DFB chose to not follow the recommendation.  The group was blocked from entering the stadium by police equipped with helmets and shields, despite showing valid tickets. during a match at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark in April 1983.  There was a simple rule in East German football, where the least privileged club got the most sympathy. 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 average home attendance of 16,538 spectators for BFC Dynamo at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Stadion in the 1975-76 DDR-Oberliga was the highest average league attendance in club history. The first leg was to be played at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn Sportpark and many fans were looking forward towards the match.  Shots had been fired from distances as long as 30–40 meters.  A number of supporters of BFC Dynamo joined Hertha BSC on the guest block of the Stadion an der Alten Försterei during the derby between 1. The club was drawn to play 1. Sports Team.  Stewards and players of BFC Dynamo threw themselves in to prevent further riots.  One player of BFC Dynamo and two guest spectators were injured.  Around a hundred hooligans from 1.  While the police stated that most of those arrested were from Berlin, the club claimed it had never seen most of them before. FC Frankfurt with its six titles and 1.  But new groups of younger ultra-oriented supporters have emerged in the 2000s. Der BFC DYNAMO ist ein Fußballverein aus Berlin, der am 15. ", "Wildwest / Präsidentin Seidel-Kalmutzki tritt zurück, vier Millionen Mark Schulden drücken", "Berliner Sport: Fahrverbote für Zwiener und Hagen und mehr", "Nach dem Rücktritt der Präsidentin munkelt man beim BFC Dynamo von dubiosen Konten: Rette sich, wer kann", "Neue Hoffnung mit neuem Präsidenten - Mike Peters gewählt", "Dynamos Palastrevolution mit Konsequenzen", "Peter Meyer vom BFC Dynamo: "Wir wollen diesen Wahnsinn nicht mitmachen, "Rydlewicz exklusiv: Chancen? Das alles machte Dynamo in den Augen vieler Fußballfans zum „Stasiklub“. Spieltag", "BFC Dynamo » Record against 1.  The elite Children and Youth Sports School (KJS) "Werner Seelenbinder" provided boarding and schooling for talented players in the Dynamo-Sportforum.  A special review was also made of the final between BFC Dynamo and SG Dynamo Dresden in the 1984–85 FDGB-Pokal.  The club would have to ask his company every time it wanted to have a pennant made. for BFC Dynamo in 1999.  But Reinard Lauck had already decided to change team. Diese Leute sind ein Problem für den Verein, denn sie tauchen nur auf, wenn für den BFC ein größeres Spiel ansteht. FC Union Berlin during the East German era are often hyped up as some kind of domestic political showdown. Prinz Philip im Alter von 99 Jahren gestorben, Automatisch harte Lockdowns ab Inzidenz von 100, Erst „Friedensaktivist“, jetzt Corona-Verharmloser. Das SEK ?  The club also made plans to build a new modern stadium for 10,000–15,000 spectators in the Sportforum Hohenschönhausen in 2006 under club president Mario Weinkauf, but these plans did not materialize either. The Stasi assigned a group of two full-time officers from the district administration to the supporter scene during 1982-83 season. FC Union has said: "There is a cliché about the club for the enemies of the state, but that wasn't us".  Herbert Warnke therefore argued for the formation of a civilian club for the working people of East Berlin. Derzeit ermitteln die Staatsanwaltschaft und der Deutsche Fußball-Bund (DFB) in dem Fall, nehmen Video-Auswertungen vor und suchen die Verantwortlichen.  BFC Dynamo was supported by the Stasi, while 1.  The club tried to recover the crest from Peper Mager though court action, without success. Winning the league title in the 1978–79 season, BFC Dynamo qualified for its first appearance in the European Cup. FC Kaiserslautern stürmten zirka 300 Hooligans den Block der Lauterer. 1 talking about this. The team came back and won the return leg 2–1 in front of 25,000 spectators at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark. They were meant to provide stability to the game at the top level and to supply the national team with talent. , Musicians from German rock band Klaus Renft Combo composed the anthem "Auf, Dynamo!" These ten football clubs and SG Dynamo Dresden formed the elite of East German football.  Klaus Korn had insulted players in BFC Dynamo with slurs such as "Stasi-pig". As part of this reorganization, the football department of SC Dynamo Berlin was separated from the sports club in 1966 and reorganized as football club BFC Dynamo.  BFC Dynamo immediately bounced back and managed to establish itself in the DDR-Oberliga.  Berlin was the capital of the republic, and he thought it needed a strong football team to represent it.  Two police officers were injured in the turmoil.  The group is credited for its commitment to the club, notably the youth teams.  Active supporters of BFC Dynamo are found on the grandstand and on the so-called "Gegengerade", which is the side opposite the grandstand.  Fans of SG Dynamo Dresden complained: "We are cheated everywhere, even on the sports field". The club reverted to its original name on 3 May 1999 and consequently also later returned to its traditional colour scheme.. BFC Dynamo competes in the fourth tier Regionalliga Nordost. FC Union and BFC Dynamo on Hämmerlingstraße in Köpenick on 27 March 2015.  20-25 supporters of BFC Dynamo joined Hertha BSC in the guest block of the Stadion an der Alten Försterei during the derby between 1. FC Union Berlin had only access to six training centers, all of which were located in the Berlin area. Bundesliga and Bundesliga, which are organized by the DFL.  This was a measure that had previously also been applied to the supporter scene of 1. Fan Page. BFC Dynamo saw a decline in the 1988-89 DDR-Oberliga season and finished runners-up behind SG Dynamo Dresden. Andreas Thom, Bodo Rudwaleit und Frank Rohde können sich keine Brille aufsetzen.  The club has encouraged the new groups of younger supporters and club management has taken a stand against racism and right-wing extremism.  One of those involved in the assault on French policeman Daniel Nivel during the 1998 FIFA World Cup had connections to the hooligan scene of FC Berlin. It has been rumoured that doping might explain the surprising results in the meeting.  The friendly match between East Germany and West Germany that was planned to be held on the Zentralstadion in Leipzig on 21 November 1990 was cancelled for security reasons and due to the tense situation among football supporters after the shootings.  1.  The demonstration was supported by the recently founded Fanprojekt Berlin.  The team re-established itself in the DDR-Oberliga and once again became campions in the 1970-71 season. BFC Dynamo recruited fewer established players from the other teams in the DDR-Oberliga than what other clubs did, such as SG Dynamo Dresden and FC Carl Zeiss Jena. Pepe Mager was a famous fan of Hertha BSC and fan souvenir trader.  The club used two different crests during the FC Berlin era. Now they chanted "Mielke, we love you!" , Most supporters of 1. The players of BFC Dynamo had political training and were held under a strict discipline, demanding both political reliability, obedience and a moral lifestyle. on 29 November 1972 is still a record attendance for the stadium.  Also former referee Bernd Heynemann, who has testified that he was once greeted in person by Erich Mielke in the locker room at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Stadion, said in an interview with the Leipziger Volkszeitung in 2017: "The BFC is not ten times champions because the referees only whistled for Dynamo.  But there had been controversial refereeing decisions in favor of BFC Dynamo in the league, which gave rise to speculations that the dominance of BFC Dynamo was not solely due to athletic performance, but also due to manipulation. , BFC Dynamo took matters in its own hands and unilaterally emblazoned its shirts with three stars. This was denied by the Stasi and the player bus was only allowed to leve East Berlin on Monday morning. 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. 1. , The supporter scene played an important part in saving the club from bankruptcy in 2001. 1990 starb der Berliner Fan Mike Polley bei Ausschreitungen durch eine Polizeikugel. Die Polizei erhob schwere Vorwürfe gegen den Sicherheitsdienst. This page was last edited on 11 April 2021, at 21:42.  A trip to Leipzig or Dresden was a difficult task. FC Union Berlin recruited a couple of players from BFC Dynamo in the 1980s who did some of their best seasons at 1. Some of them admit that there might have been cases of referee bias. Die Heimspielstätte ist der Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark. The great fear of footballers, fans and officials who had fled East Germany was omnipresent at the Stasi. The crest of BFC Dynamo during the East German era featured a stylized "D" for SV Dynamo and the lettering "BFC" in red and yellow on a white background, surrounded by a yellow wreath.  The duo was controversial for their connections to Hells Angels.  Adolf Prokop was still invited to nostalgia matches for the East German national football team in the 2010s. But to raise your arm in front of the Volkspolizei was a real kick. FC Union Berlin tried to attack a senior tournament organized by BFC Dynamo in the Dynamo-Sporthalle on 30 January 2010.  German police and members of the SEK had carried out a controversial razzia against supporters of BFC Dynamo the night before the match.  Werder Bremen General Manager Willi Lemke stopped by the hotel and instead offered a shopping tour for the next day, where players of BFC Dynano were given the opportunity to buy West German consumer goods at a "Werder discount". The trio had only a few years earlier been delegated from SG Volkspolizei Potsdam to SG Volkspolizei Dresden. BFC Dynamo reached the semi finals of the 1971–72 European Cup Winners' Cup, but was eliminated by Dynamo Moscow on a penalty shootout. SC Dynamo Berlin was founded as a sports club in East Berlin on 1 October 1954.  Despite cheering for a club associated the Stasi, supporters of BFC Dynamo were not true to the line.  But in fact, 1. FC Union Berlin then met in the promotion round to the 2. Gewalt und Dynamo – das hat Tradition. Das Randale-Image der achtziger und neunziger Jahre zieht sie an, die Kampfsportstudiogänger und Sonnenbrillenträger. FC Union Berlin mocked BFC Dynamo with a banner saying "We greet the relegated" during a match at the Stadion an der Alten Försterei on 26 April 1967.  However, Mario Weinkauf was ultimately rejected by club members in a vote of no-confidence at the general meeting on 23 June 2007.  An asylum shelter in Greifswald was attacked during an away match against Greifswalder SC 1926 on 3 November 1991. UA Ξ Youth HTF (Dynamo Kyjev) vs youth SPC (Metalist, Kharkiv), 8x8, výhra HTF. The refurbishment included new fences and player tunnels.  BFC Dynamo was considered the favorite club of the president of SV Dynamo and the head of the Stasi Erich Mielke.  BFC Dynamo saw the emergence of a well organized hooligan scene during the 1980s, which came to be increasingly associated with skinheads and far-right tendencies in the middle of the 1980s.. The clothing store Hoolywood on Schönhauser Allée in Prenzlauer Berg, founded in the beginning of the 1990s, is associated with the supporter scene of BFC Dynamo. This was not the first and last relocation of entire football teams in East Germany. FC Union Berlin seriously considered moving all matches to Stadion der Weltjugend after a stormy encounter with. , Football in East Germany was also a contested sphere. , 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.  Younger hooligans of BFC Dynamo have contacts with supporter group Kaliber 030 at Hertha BSC.  Club president Manfred Kirste was a native of Berlin. FC Union Berlin.  Supporters had also started a fan club in honour of Lutz Eigendorf.