1. FFC Turbine Potsdam seasons

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This is a list of seasons played by 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam in German / East German and European football, from 1981 (the year of the club's first Bestenermittlung entry) to the most recent completed season. The clubs were founded as BSG Turbine Potsdam in 1955, by members of the VEB. The women’s football team was introduced in 1971. The team has played only friendlies in their first year, followed by playing in local leagues in the following years. The first Bestenermittlung, the unofficial east German women’s football championship, was played in 1979. Turbine made their first appearance in 1981.

After missing the qualification to the German Bundesliga after the German reunification, Turbine has spent three years in the second division Oberliga Nordost. They won promotion in 1994 and stayed in the top-flight ever since. The club was renamed into SSV Turbine Potsdam in 1990 and became a separate women’s football club in 1999.

The club has won the Bundesliga championship twice, the German cup three times and the German indoor championship two times. In 2005, they have won the UEFA Women's Champions League. In the German Democratic Republic, they have won the Bestenermittlung six times.

This list details the club's achievements in all major competitions, and the top scorers for each season. Top scorers in bold were also the top scorers in the German league that season.

Seasons[edit]

Season League German Cup[1] German indoor
championship[2]
UEFA Women's
Champions League
[3]
Top goalscorer
Division P W D L GF GA Pts Pos Name Goals
1980–81 BE 4 4 0 0 12 2 8-0 Champions
1981–82 BE 4 4 0 0 11 0 8-0 Champions
1982–83 BE 4 3 1 0 7 0 7-1 Champions
1983–84 BE 4 1 3 0 4 1 5-3 2nd
1984–85 BE won final vs. Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt 2-0 Champions
1985–86 BE won final vs. Motor Halle 4-1 Champions
1986–87 BE lost final to Rotation Schlema 1-4 3rd
1987–88 BE lost final to Rotation Schlema 3-4 on aggregate 2nd
1988–89 BE won final vs. Rotation Schlema 5-4 on aggregate Champions
1989–90 BE missed final 3rd
1990–91 OL[4] 18 59 24 28-8 3rd
1991–92 OL[5] 20 16 1 3 62 14 33:7 1st[6]
1992–93 OL 22 12 6 4 49 20 30:14 4th R1
1993–94 OL 22 19 2 1 99 15 40:4 1st R1
1994–95 BLN 18 6 2 10 25 60 14:22 6th R2
1995–96 BL 18 5 6 7 29 41 21[7] 6th R2
1996–97 BLN[8] 18 8 3 7 32 29 27 5th R2
1997–98 BL[9] 22 9 3 10 34 43 30 6th R3 GS Tanja Walther 7
1998–99 BL 22 7 8 7 41 39 29 6th SF GS Conny Pohlers 9
1999–2000 BL 22 13 2 7 43 27 41 4th QF GS Conny Pohlers 17
2000–01 BL 22 13 5 4 63 17 44 Runners-up SF GS Conny Pohlers 23
2001–02 BL 22 14 2 6 56 23 44 Runners-up SF GS Conny Pohlers 27
2002–03 BL 22 17 4 1 65 15 55 Runners-up R1 GS Conny Pohlers 13
2003–04 BL 22 20 1 1 61 96 17 Champions Winner Winner Conny Pohlers 18
2004–05 BL 22 16 1 5 79 29 49 3rd Winner Winner Winner Anja Mittag
Conny Pohlers
17
2005–06 BL 22 19 2 1 115[10] 13 59 Champions Winners QF Runners-up Conny Pohlers 36
2006–07 BL 22 13 5 4 51 23 44 3rd R2 QF QF Conny Pohlers 9
2007–08 BL 22 11 5 6 48 32 38 3rd QF Winner Jessica Wich 13
2008–09 BL 22 17 3 2 67 19 54 Champions Runners-up Winner Anja Mittag 21
2009–10 BL 22 19 1 2 67 17 58 Champions SF Winner Anja Mittag 17
2010–11 BL 22 19 1 2 67 17 58 Champions Runners-up Runners-up Anja Mittag 15

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ East german cup until 1992.
  2. ^ The competition was introduced in 1994.
  3. ^ The competition was introduced in 2001.
  4. ^ Last season in east german women’s football.
  5. ^ First season in reunited german women’s football.
  6. ^ Turbine failed in the promotion play offs
  7. ^ The 1995–96 season saw the introduction of three points for a win.
  8. ^ Last season of the two-tier Bundesliga.
  9. ^ First season of the single-tier Bundesliga with twelve teams.
  10. ^ German record goals total for any club in the top flight. Turbine became the first club to score 100+ goals in a single season.