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Hertha BSC Berlin

Hertha BSC Berlin
Record scorer Michael Preetz leads Hertha celebrations after claiming the 2002 League Cup ©Getty Images

Hertha BSC Berlin

Formed: 1892
Nickname: Die Alte Dame (The Old Lady)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• UEFA Intertoto Cup: (2006)

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 2 (1931)
• League Cup: 2 (2002)

History
• Founded as BFC Hertha 1892, the club acquired its current name following a merger with Berliner Sport-Club (BSC) in 1923. They soon began making waves under their new guise by reaching the final of the German championship six years in succession between 1926 and 1931, winning the latter two (5-4 v KSV Holstein and 3-2 v TSV 1860 München).

• A founder member of the Bundesliga in 1963, Hertha battled against relegation in the first two seasons before being demoted at the end of the 1964/65 campaign for breaching German Football Association rules.

• Hertha returned to the top flight three years later, the prelude to one of their most successful periods. Die Alte Dame were Bundesliga runners-up in 1974/75, twice reached the German Cup final (1977, 1979) and only the away goals rule denied them a place in the 1979 UEFA Cup showpiece, FK Crvena Zvezda prevailing at their expense.

• A decline in fortunes led to third-tier football in 1986 before Hertha eventually, albeit briefly, made their way back to the Bundesliga at the beginning of the 1990s. Their stay was short-lived, lasting just a season, and Hertha would not feature among the elite again until promotion in 1997.

• That signalled more success as Hertha won back-to-back German League Cups in 2001 and 2002 and began to make an impression in Europe. In 1999, they advanced to the UEFA Champions League second group stage at the expense of AC Milan and Galatasaray AŞ and went on to enjoy several forays into the UEFA Cup. Under the guidance of Lucien Favre, Hertha came close to winning their first Bundesliga crown when they finished in fourth, six points behind champions VfL Wolfsburg, in 2008/09.

Club records
Most league appearances: Pál Dárdai (286)
Most league goals: Michael Preetz (84)
Record victory: Hertha BSC Berlin 9-1 BV Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga, 18 April 1970)
Record defeat: Werder Bremen 6-0 Hertha BSC Berlin (Bundesliga, 5 April 1991); Hertha BSC Berlin 6-0 Hamburger SV (Bundesliga, 5 April 1980)

* Last updated 31 December 2010

Last updated: 11/02/11 18.05CET

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Matches

SSI Err
HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 02/09/2015 16:47 CET
10 August 2015 - German DFB Cup, First round
Arminia0-2Hertha
Referee: not available
09/02/2015 15:47:36
15 August 2015 - German Bundesliga
Augsburg0-1Hertha
Referee: not available
08/17/2015 15:46:00
21 August 2015 - German Bundesliga
Hertha1-1Bremen
Referee: not available
08/24/2015 10:03:58
30 August 2015 - German Bundesliga
Dortmund3-1Hertha
Referee: not available
08/31/2015 17:44:26
12 September 2015 - German Bundesliga
HerthaStuttgart
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:27
19 September 2015 - German Bundesliga
WolfsburgHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:27
22 September 2015 - German Bundesliga
HerthaKöln
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
27 September 2015 - German Bundesliga
FrankfurtHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
3 October 2015 - German Bundesliga
HerthaHamburg
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 10:01:08
17 October 2015 - German Bundesliga
SchalkeHertha
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 09:59:48
24 October 2015 - German Bundesliga
IngolstadtHertha
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 10:25:44
31 October 2015 - German Bundesliga
HerthaMönchengladbach
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 10:21:15
6 November 2015 - German Bundesliga
HannoverHertha
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 10:24:18
22 November 2015 - German Bundesliga
HerthaHoffenheim
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 10:28:08
28 November 2015 - German Bundesliga
BayernHertha
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 10:37:47
5 December 2015 - German Bundesliga
HerthaLeverkusen
Referee: TBD
09/02/2015 10:42:11
12 December 2015 - German Bundesliga
DarmstadtHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
19 December 2015 - German Bundesliga
HerthaMainz
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
23 January 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaAugsburg
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:06:43
30 January 2016 - German Bundesliga
BremenHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
6 February 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaDortmund
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:01:12
13 February 2016 - German Bundesliga
StuttgartHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
20 February 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaWolfsburg
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
27 February 2016 - German Bundesliga
KölnHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
2 March 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaFrankfurt
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
5 March 2016 - German Bundesliga
HamburgHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 03:53:58
12 March 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaSchalke
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:28
19 March 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaIngolstadt
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:42
2 April 2016 - German Bundesliga
MönchengladbachHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 03:58:13
9 April 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaHannover
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:43
16 April 2016 - German Bundesliga
HoffenheimHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:03:27
23 April 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaBayern
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 03:48:28
30 April 2016 - German Bundesliga
LeverkusenHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:05:27
7 May 2016 - German Bundesliga
HerthaDarmstadt
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:42
14 May 2016 - German Bundesliga
MainzHertha
Referee: TBD
07/24/2015 04:08:42

Trophy cabinet

  • UEFA Intertoto Cup

    Titles
    1

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    17/07/2008, Hertha 8-1 Nistru, Berlin
  • Biggest defeat:
    23/02/2010, Benfica 4-0 Hertha, Lisbon
    18/12/2008, Olympiacos 4-0 Hertha, Piraeus
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  1
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  11
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup:  1
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 44
    Pál Dárdai (  HUN)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 7
    Michael Preetz (  GER)
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