Der Ursprung des BFC Dynamo geht auf von Dynamo Dresden nach Berlin zurück. Aug. Der BFC Dynamo spielt am im Olympiastadion Berlin gegen den 1. FC Köln. Die traditionelle Heimstätte, der. Der Ursprung des BFC Dynamo geht auf von Dynamo Dresden nach Berlin zurück.
This was the cause of concern for the beleaguered football association as the pair were known to have links to the Hells Angels motorcycle club.
Dynamo has been working to recover the rights to its familiar traditional crest. Several alternative crests have been developed and registered in the event that they are unsuccessful in the attempt.
The disputed image continued to be used on Dynamo's first team uniforms, at its website, and in other limited contexts, but the club was still unable to fully exploit the commercial value of the logo to its benefit.
However, the club and most of its fans identify with the traditional logo. Dynamo petitioned the league to have their East German titles recognized, but received no reply.
This caused considerable debate on the fact that the DFB did not recognize East German championships, only those championships won since the formation of the Bundesliga.
The DFB has since updated this practice by broadening recognition to include all national level men's competitions since when the first recognized national championship was staged , including those of the former East Germany, as well as all women's competitions since The DFB governs the use of championship stars and a club must have that governing body's approval before displaying any such badge.
Dynamo has since used the championship star in accordance with DFB graphic standards, displaying a star bearing the number 10 in the current website design.
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Loyal servant — Bernd Brillat, 64, who played for BFC between and , is pictured in the club's stadium. Today, he's the team's kit manager and still plays football.
The good life — Former BFC defender Waldemar Ksienzyk said playing for the club "was a high point of my football career because we had a very good team and comradeship.
It was a good life. On the road — The Trabant was produced in East Germany from to -- but some footballers in the country at that time were paid enough to be able to afford more luxurious modes of travel.
Wheels of fortune — BFC players earned enough to afford a Russian-made Lada car, considered a luxury at the time.
Seat of power — Mielke's office remains at the defunct Stasi headquarters in Berlin, which is now a museum.
Because of BFC's Stasi connections, the club became synonymous with "referee manipulation. Stasi command centre — The former Stasi headquarters in East Berlin.
Watching brief — A visitor looks at a display of video monitors once used by GDR border police. Former player Falko Gotz recalls that on BFC European away trips "there were Stasi officers there that didn't just accompany us as fans.
When you're on the fourth floor of a hotel and there are two people sitting in front of the stairs all night, you know it's definitely not fans.
A tale of two cities — It's , and Berlin's Brandenburg Gate is seen through a swirl of barbed wire. BFC came to represent football power in the east of the divided city.
Coming through — East German border guards demolish a section of the Berlin wall in order to open a new crossing point between East and West Berlin at the border line near the Potsdamer Square on November 11, Mielke was arrested and the Stasi disintegrated as furious protestors stormed its offices across the country.
BFC's days as a powerhouse club were over. Bundesliga clubs rapidly lured away BFC's best players. The club is currently in the fourth tier of German football.
Similarly, the home team's single-story prefab office building, with its narrow corridors and unwelcoming doors, hasn't changed since the days of communist East Germany.
It's lunchtime, and the club's young players and their mentors -- middle-aged former players -- are tucking into meatballs and mashed potatoes in the dingy canteen.
These days, Berliner FC Dynamo is a minnow in German football, confined to one of the regional leagues that make up the country's fourth division.
Bernd Brillat played for BFC from its formation in until Today, he's BFC's kit manager and still plays football. Now, however, the only sign of the team's past glories is a series of black and white posters covering an outside wall of the canteen.
They show players grinning like champions, punching the air and holding their trophies to the sky. Even the trophies have gone, disappearing in the turmoil after the fall of Communism, which triggered the club's decline.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary on January 15, BFC has a fascinatingly checkered history. The team delighted its supporters with beautiful football played by the most gifted players in East Germany.
But the club was also loathed, not just by opposing fans but by the general public, because it was backed by the Ministry for State Security -- or Stasi -- the secret police force tasked with eradicating opposition to a regime that locked up dissidents without trial, tortured them and shot dead people trying to flee to the West.
The office of former Stasi chief Erich Mielke is now part of a museum in Berlin. He attended most matches and would host parties in East Berlin's showcase Palast Hotel to celebrate league wins.
He referred to the players as "My Boys. The East German transfer system consisted of players being told where to play, and football fan Mielke made sure he got the republic's greatest talents.