1995–96 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
1995–96 season
Manager Germany Hans-Jürgen Kreische (to April)
Germany Udo Schmuck (from April)
Regionalliga Nordost 4th
DFB-Pokal First round
Saxony Cup First round
Top goalscorer Igor Lazič (15)

The 1995–96 season saw Dynamo Dresden relegated two levels to the third-tier Regionalliga Nordost - they had originally been related to the 2. Bundesliga, but failed to meet the financial requirements to play at this level, so were forced to drop down into the Regionalliga. As a result, almost the entire squad from last season was lost, with only three players remaining, and the club had to build an entirely new team, with a number of players coming through from the youth and reserve teams. Dynamo ended the season in 4th place.


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Germany GK René Groß
Germany GK Thomas Köhler
Germany DF Lutz Braun
Germany DF Michael Hecht
Germany DF Thomas Hoßmang
Germany DF Daniel Küttner
Germany DF Dirk Oberritter (from January)
Poland DF Dariusz Pasieka
Austria MF Christian Aflenzer
Germany MF Sven Baum
Germany MF Ronny Ernst
Germany MF Ringo Herrig
No. Position Player
Poland MF Antoni Jelen
Germany MF Gunnar Klemm
Germany MF Markus Kranz (to January)
Germany MF Jens Kreische
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Igor Lazič
Croatia MF Nikica Maglica
Germany FW Christian Fröhlich
Germany FW Rico Hanke
Germany FW Peter Heidler
Bulgaria FW Alexander Radev
Germany FW Jörg Schmidt




Saxony Cup[edit]



Player From Date
Austria Christian Aflenzer Admira Dornbirn Summer
Germany Sven Baum FC Sachsen Leipzig Summer
Germany Lutz Braun 1860 Munich Summer
Germany Ronny Ernst Youth team Summer
Germany Christian Fröhlich Youth team Summer
Germany René Groß Bischofswerdaer FV Summer
Germany Michael Hecht FC Augsburg Summer
Germany Rico Hanke Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Peter Heidler Youth team Summer
Germany Ringo Herrig Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Gunnar Klemm Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Thomas Köhler FC Sachsen Leipzig Summer
Germany Jens Kreische Youth team Summer
Germany Daniel Küttner Unknown Summer
Poland Antoni Jelen FC Sachsen Leipzig Summer
Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Lazič FC St. Gallen Summer
Poland Dariusz Pasieka Nea Salamis Summer
Bulgaria Alexander Radev Unknown Summer
Germany Jörg Schmidt FC Homburg Summer
Germany Dirk Oberritter VfB Leipzig January


Player To Date
Norway Jørn Andersen FC Zürich Summer
Germany René Beuchel Eintracht Frankfurt Summer
Russia Stanislav Cherchesov Spartak Moscow Summer
Germany Marco Dittgen Young Boys Bern Summer
Sweden Johnny Ekström Eintracht Frankfurt Summer
Germany Henri Fuchs Chemnitzer FC Summer
Germany René Groth FSV Zwickau Summer
Germany Uwe Jähnig Hamburger SV Summer
Germany Jens Jeremies 1860 Munich Summer
Germany Mario Kern 1. FC Kaiserslautern Summer
Germany Sven Kmetsch Hamburger SV Summer
Germany Sascha Licht SC Weismain Summer
Poland Andrzej Lesiak SV Ried Summer
Germany Matthias Maucksch VfL Wolfsburg Summer
Germany Dirk Oberritter VfB Leipzig Summer
Germany Hans-Uwe Pilz FSV Zwickau Summer
Germany Werner Rank Rot-Weiss Erfurt Summer
Germany Thomas Rath SC Freiburg Summer
Germany Sven Ratke SV Lurup Summer
Denmark Henrik Risom Odense Boldklub Summer
Germany Andreas Sassen Dnipro Summer
Australia Mark Schwarzer 1. FC Kaiserslautern Summer
Germany Detlef Schößler VfB Leipzig Summer
Germany Michael Spies VfL Wolfsburg Summer
Germany Matthias Stammann VfL Wolfsburg Summer
Germany Herbert Waas Retired Summer
Germany Florian Weichert VfB Leipzig Summer
Germany Markus Kranz Fortuna Köln January

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