BFC Alemannia 90

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BFC Alemannia 90
Current department logo
Basic data
Surname Berlin football club
Alemannia 1890 e. V.
Seat Berlin
founding November 2, 1890
Colours blue yellow
president Detlef Wendt
First soccer team
Head coach Marco Krieger
Venue Ollenhauerstrasse
Places 500
league District League B Berlin, Season 3
2017/18 6th place (District League B Berlin, Season 5)

The BFC Alemannia 90 (officially: Berliner Fußballclub Alemannia 1890 eV ) is a sports club from the Berlin district of Reinickendorf . It consists of the football, bowling and tennis departments. The football department took part between 1998 and 2013 under the name Berliner FC Alemannia 90-Wacker . The club's venue is at Ollenhauerstraße 64 E in Berlin-Reinickendorf, northeast of Tegel Airport , with a capacity of around 500 spectators.



Alemannia logo
Wacker logo

The club was founded in spring 1890 by young people as SV Jugendlust 1890 and in November 1890 in Berlin Thorball- u. Renamed football club Allemannia 90 . The term Thorball was later removed from the name. In 1923 the name was changed to BFC Alemannia Berlin-Nord , and in 1933 or 1936 another name was changed to BFC Alemannia 90 . In 1945 the association was dissolved by order of the Allied occupying powers, and SG Prenzlauer Berg-West was founded in its place. From 1948 the old name Berliner FC Alemannia 90 could be used again.

In 1891 the German Football and Cricket Association was joined. In 1898 a Berlin championship of the north was held , which was also won. In 1903 the club moved to the Märkischer Fußball-Bund , whose championship was won twice in 1905 and 1907. In 1907, the decider for the Berlin championship was lost to the champions of the Berliner Ballspielvereine (VBB) BFC Viktoria in 1889 . From 1908 on they played with the VBB and in 1910 they reached their highest class. The sports field on Veltener Strasse was opened on August 25, 1912. In the 1920s, the club played in the then first-class Oberliga Berlin before being relegated in 1929. In 1924 Alemannia won the Berlin championship in the final against north-northwest Berlin . In 1925, the club reached the final of the Berlin championship again, but lost to Hertha BSC . In these two years the club managed to qualify for the final round of the German championship , but lost 1: 6 to 1. FC Nürnberg in 1924 and 1: 2 to Duisburg SpV in 1925 .

After the Second World War , the club played in the Berlin City League until 1956 , which was the top division in West Berlin from 1950. After the Berlin runner-up 1946, the last major success of the finals to the was German Amateur Championship in 1957, which in front of 80,000 spectators in Hannover against VfL Benrath lost 4: by 2. From 1960 the club's own space on Veltener Straße could be used again for league games. In 1970 the club reached the final round of the German Amateur Championship again, but dropped out in the preliminary round. Since 1975 the club has only been active at a lower level. The final of the Berlin Cup was reached twice . In 1949 and 2005 both games were lost against Tennis Borussia Berlin .

On June 2, 1994, the long-standing neighborhood rival Wacker 04 Berlin was dissolved due to bankruptcy . The members of Wacker then joined Alemannia. As a concession to Wacker, the Alemannia footballers initially competed as SG Wacker-Alemannia and from 1998 as BFC Alemannia 90-Wacker . The name Wacker does not appear in the association register . For the 2013/14 season, Alemannia entered without the addition of Wacker .

Sports bowling

The bowling department was probably founded in 1928, the exact date is not known. Due to major concerns about young people, the bowling department merged with the bowling club Toto in 1960 and was called Alemannia-Toto . As early as 1965, the bowlers returned to the main club. Caused by the dwindling membership in bowling , members of dissolved clubs Alemannia repeatedly joined: 1981 KSK Freiweg , 1992 Alter Stamm Lichtenrade , 1997 KSK Berliner Bär . From 2004 to 2007 they fought together as a syndicate with Stamm 24 , until these members also came to Alemannia. Since July 1, 2010, there has been a joint syndicate between SC Charlottenburg, KSK Amicitia and BFC Alemannia .


A tennis department has existed since May 25, 1982. In April 1983, six fields were completed, and in 1985 two more courts were added. In 1987 and 1995 an air dome was built. In 2005 the older hall was sold again. From the 2017/18 winter season, the game will be played in a brand new hall.

Sports facilities

The club operates a soccer field, a tennis facility and a club restaurant in Ollenhauerstraße 64e. In addition, since 1994, the former Wackerplatz with a club restaurant at Kienhorststrasse 170.

Successes soccer

Former players and coaches

  • Hanne Sobek , ten-time national player from 1923 to 1931, twice for Alemannia 90, later for Hertha BSC
  • Jürgen Suchanek , coach at the end of the 2013/14 season


Festschrift 125 years of BFC Alemannia 1890 eV 1890–2015. Published by BFC Alemannia 1890, Berlin 2015.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Bernd Karkossa: "Alemannia-Wacker never existed". (No longer available online.) Football Week, formerly the original ; accessed on March 28, 2013 .  ( Page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@ 2Template: Toter Link /  

Coordinates: 52 ° 34 ′ 32 ″  N , 13 ° 18 ′ 35 ″  E