LSV Berlin

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LSV Berlin
Full name Air Force Sports Club Berlin
place Berlin
Founded before 1938
Dissolved September 1944
Club colors nb
Stadion Streitstrasse or Mommsenstadion
Top league Gauliga Berlin-Brandenburg
successes nb
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The Luftwaffe Sports Club Berlin ( LSV Berlin for short ) was a military sports club from Berlin , in which various sports were practiced. In September 1944, the Luftwaffensportverein Berlin dissolved completely.



The LSV Berlin soccer team was made up exclusively of Air Force soldiers. She played in the Gauliga Berlin-Brandenburg and surprisingly finished second behind Hertha BSC in the 1943/44 season .

Due to the Second World War , the LSV Berlin no longer competed for the following season. SG Ordnungspolizei Berlin took over the vacant place in the league .

Other sports

Between 1938 and 1943, the athletes of the LSV Berlin won a total of 18 German championship titles in several disciplines.

In 1942 the water polo team became German champions .

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