2001–02 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
2001–02 season
Manager Germany Christoph Franke
NOFV-Oberliga Süd 1st (Promoted)
Top goalscorer Denis Koslov (16)

The 2001–02 season was Dynamo Dresden's second in the fourth tier NOFV-Oberliga Süd. Under new manager Christoph Franke and a small but settled squad, they achieved consistent results and a strong defensive record, winning the division with only two defeats all season. This qualified them to place NOFV-Oberliga Nord champions Hertha BSC (A) in a playoff, which they won 1–0 to earn promotion of the Regionalliga Nord, putting an end to seven years of descent down the leagues.

Dynamo didn't compete in the Saxony Cup as they were suspended for providing too few referees in previous seasons.


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 (from February)
Germany GK Rüdiger Huster
Croatia GK Ignjac Kresic
Nigeria DF Nduka Anyanwu
Romania DF Levente Csik
Croatia DF Dario Dabac
Germany DF Lars Heller
Germany DF Volker Oppitz
Germany DF Frank Paulus
Germany DF Robert Pietsch
Germany DF Gunnar Schubert
Germany MF Steffen Heidrich
No. Position Player
Germany MF Daniel Hessler
Germany MF Sven Köhler (Player/Assistant Manager)
Germany MF Carsten Paulick
Germany MF Daniel Petrowsky
Germany MF Maik Wagefeld
Germany MF Daniel Ziebig
England FW Ben Galliers
Germany FW Sebastian Hähnge
Russia FW Denis Koslov
Germany FW Rocco Milde (from February)
Germany FW Thomas Neubert



Promotion Playoff[edit]

for more details, see 2002 NOFV-Oberliga Playoff
Dynamo Dresden win 1–0 on aggregate and were promoted to the Regionalliga Nord



Player From Date
Nigeria Nduka Anyanwu Chemnitzer FC Summer
Romania Levente Csik VFC Plauen Summer
Croatia Dario Dabac NK Zagreb Summer
Germany Steffen Heidrich Energie Cottbus Summer
Germany Lars Heller SC Göttingen 05 Summer
Germany Daniel Hessler Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Sven Köhler Chemnitzer FC Summer
Russia Denis Koslov BFC Dynamo Summer
Germany Thomas Neubert Energie Cottbus (A) Summer
Germany Volker Oppitz Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Robert Pietsch Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Gunnar Schubert Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Daniel Ziebig Youth team Summer
Germany René Groß Dresdner SC February
Germany Rocco Milde Dresdner SC February


Player To Date
Germany Waldemar Adamowicz FV Dresden-Nord Summer
Germany Roland Ahrens Borussia Lübeck Summer
Germany Alexander Besser Unknown Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Branislav Bulatovic Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Austria Klaus Dietrich 1. FC Magdeburg Summer
Germany Matthias Großmann VfB Leipzig Summer
Germany Lars Jungnickel Energie Cottbus Summer
Germany Gunnar Klemm Unknown Summer
Ukraine Vladislav Kosharnyi Schalke 04 (A) Summer
Germany Benjamin Lense SV Darmstadt 98 Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Manislavic FC Augsburg Summer
Italy Claudio Marasa Alemannia Aachen (A) Summer
Germany Mike Möllensiep Schwarz-Weiss Essen Summer
Germany Dirk Oberritter Released Summer
Germany Silvio Schröter Energie Cottbus Summer

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