BSV 92 Berlin

Founded in 1892 as Berliner TuFC Britannia, in 1914 they abandoned the British connection and became BSV 92. Immediately after WW-II, they were officially known as SG Wilmersdorf (until 1948).

The most successful period was the 1930s, as BSV became one of the city powers, winning Gauliga titles in 1936 and 1938. After WW-II, they had some decent years as well, 1950 being notable with attendance averaging 9,500. However, by the mid 1950s, they had become a 2nd class Berlin club, - the last Berlin title was in 1954 - and gradually sunk into oblivion.

Full Name Berliner Sport-Verein 1982 e.V.
City Berlin (Berlin). Pop: 3,388,434 (2002)
Address Forckenbeckstraße 14, 14199 Berlin
Phone: 030-823453
Colors Red jersey, black trim, black shorts, red socks.
Stadium Stadion-Wilmersdorf. Capacity: 2,500 (2,500 seats)
BSV has moved around. They played at various locations until 1909, when they moved to Stadion Am Bahnhof-Schmargendorf. In 1932 they moved to Stadion Am Lochowsdamm (capacity 10,000), which was torn down in 1945. After a 6 year stay at the Poststadion, they ended up at Wilmersdorf. Built in 1951 with 38,000 capacity, the stadium was never filled. In 1984, most of it was "given back to nature", and only the old seating remains. In fact, the northern standing section was turned into a vinyard!!
Heroes 4 German internationals. Helmut Jahn (17 caps, 1939-42) was arguably the best, but Hans "Hänschen" Appel (5 caps, 1933-38), was probably the most popular, leading BSV to two titles.
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Recent History:

1963-64	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	8th
1964-65	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	5th
1965-66	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	9th
1966-67	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	9th
1967-68	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	9th
1968-69	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	9th
1969-70	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	11th
1970-71	(III)	Amateurliga Berlin	1st
1963-72	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	9th
1963-73	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	6th
1963-74	(II)	Regionalliga Berlin	8th
1974-75	(III)	Amateurliga Berlin	5th
1975-76	(III)	Amateurliga Berlin	11th
1976-77	(III)	Amateurliga Berlin	11th
1977-78	(III)	Amateurliga Berlin	14th
1978-79	(IV)	Am.Oberliga Berlin	1st
1979-80	(IV)	Landesliga Berlin	9th
1980-81	(IV)	Landesliga Berlin	10th
1981-82	(IV)	Landesliga Berlin	6th
1982-83	(IV)	Landesliga Berlin	15th

2000-01	(VII)	Bezirksliga Berlin	7th
2001-02	(VII)	Bezirksliga Berlin	3rd
2002-03	(VII)	Bezirksliga Berlin	
2003-04	(VII)	Bezirksliga Berlin	1st	
2004-05	(VI)	Landesliga Berlin-1
2005-06	?
2006-07	(VII)	Bezirksliga Berlin	11th
2007-08	(VII)	Bezirksliga Berlin

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