1. FC Lübars

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1. FC Lübars
Basic data
Surname 1. Lübars
1962 eV football club
Seat Berlin-Lübars
founding 1962
Colours green white
Website www.1fc-luebars.de
First soccer team
Venue Schluchseestrasse sports field
Places about 500
league District League Berlin
2016/17 9th place

The 1. FC Lübars is a German multi-utility club from Berlin-Lübars . The best-known division in the club is the football department, which plays its home games on the Schluchseestrasse sports field .

Football section


In 1971 the women's team of 1. FCL took part in the first Berlin championship. To this day, the first team never played below the highest Berlin league. However, it was never enough to win championships or cups. In 1991, the team qualified as runner-up for the then second-class Oberliga Nordost and was runner-up behind SSV Turbine Potsdam in the first season . In 1993 they even became champions and took part in the promotion round to the Bundesliga . Here, however, there was no chance and apart from the 1-1 draw against FC Rumeln-Kaldenhausen, they suffered heavy defeats in some cases. After two eighth places and a third place in 1996, relegation to the association league had to be accepted after the 1996/97 season.

In the first two years in the association league they became champions, but failed both times in the promotion round. After the runner-up in 2006, the team became Berlin champions in 2007, indoor champions of the association league and prevailed in the promotion games against FSV 02 Schwerin . Back in the regional league, the team got off to a great start and won the autumn championship. In the end, however, only third place remained. In February 2009 it was announced that the women's division of 1. FC Lübars is cooperating with Hertha BSC . From now on the women will play in the club colors of Hertha BSC. The support includes the areas of team equipment and sponsor acquisition. The team plays in the 2nd Women's Bundesliga North . In 2015 the team became champions, but refrained from promotion for financial reasons. A year later, Hertha BSC ended the cooperation.

1. FC Lübars was able to win the Berlin AK 07 as a new partner at short notice . The BAK withdrew from the cooperation at the end of June 2016 and Lübars waived the license for the 2nd Bundesliga. A regional league license was also not applied for, so the club wanted to play in the Berlin league in the 2016/17 season. Money problems and migrating players forced the club, however, to log both women's teams out of the game.



1. FC Lübars, founded in 1962, has been active in lower-class football in West Berlin since it was founded . Lübars made his first contact with the higher-class football in Berlin in 1990 when he was promoted to the Berlin regional league. In the opening season, FC Lübars was able to prevail in the new league ahead of SC Staaken , and rose as Berlin champions in the newly founded Oberliga Nordost . In the league, Lübars was considered a clear candidate for relegation, but only just missed relegation with Stahl Thale behind FC Anhalt Dessau .

The FCL missed the direct resurgence in the following period through two runner-up championships in the Association League Berlin . Since relegation from the association league in 1999, 1. FC Lübars has not returned to higher-class football. The current division is the Berlin district league (8th league).



  • Champion of the 2nd Bundesliga North: 2015
  • Champion of the Oberliga Nordost: 1992/93
  • Berlin champions: 1997/98, 1998/99, 2006/07


  • Berlin champions: 1991/92
  • Participation in Oberliga Nordost: 1992/93



Individual evidence

  1. Lübars is second division champion! herthabsc.de, May 2015, accessed on May 30, 2015 .
  2. BAK saves second division women's football. FuPa , accessed June 5, 2016 .
  3. ↑ The DFB has just officially informed the club that 1. FC Lübars has withdrawn its application for the 2. Bundesliga in 2016/2017. (No longer available online.) Blau-Weiß Hohen Neuendorf , archived from the original on June 30, 2016 ; Retrieved June 5, 2016 .
  4. 1.FC LÜBARS: Berlin League. Fupa , accessed July 5, 2016 .
  5. ^ TAZ - women's football in Berlin: On the offside

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