List of Dynamo Dresden seasons

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A season-by-season record of SG Dynamo Dresden, who were founded as SG Volkspolizei Dresden in 1950.

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Promoted Relegated

Seasons[edit]

The championship-winning squad of 1975–76
Dynamo Dresden win the FDGB Pokal in 1977
Dynamo Dresden's 1980–1981 squad
Dynamo Dresden's 1982–1983 squad
Dynamo Dresden's 1986–1987 squad
Dynamo Dresden's squad celebrate the title in 1989
Dynamo Dresden's 1990–1991 squad
Season League Domestic Cup[1] Europe/Local Top goalscorer Average
attendance
Notes
Division Tier P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1950–51 DDR-Oberliga 1 34 17 9 8 75 40 43 4th Günter Schröter 32
1951–52 DDR-Oberliga 1 36 23 3 10 79 53 49 2nd Winners Gerhard Hänsicke 24
1952–53 DDR-Oberliga 1 32 15 8 9 51 33 38 1st Günter Schröter 15
1953–54 DDR-Oberliga 1 28 15 4 9 54 44 34 3rd Karl-Heinz Holze 12 [2]
1954–55 DDR-Liga (Staffel 3) 2 12 3 3 6 21 24 9 10th
1955 2. DDR-Liga Süd 3 13 6 5 2 24 20 17 4th [3]
1956 2. DDR-Liga Süd 3 26 6 6 14 37 29 18 13th
1957 Bezirksliga Dresden 4 26 16 8 2 72 23 40 1st Round 2
1958 2. DDR-Liga (Staffel 4) 3 26 19 4 3 80 25 42 1st
1959 DDR-Liga 2 26 10 5 11 48 41 25 7th
1960 DDR-Liga 2 26 13 5 8 57 42 31 3rd Round 2
1961–62 DDR-Liga 2 39 25 10 4 57 42 31 1st [3]
1962–63 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 8 6 12 36 45 22 13th
1963–64 DDR-Liga Süd 2 30 20 9 1 57 14 49 1st
1964–65 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 9 5 12 34 38 23 10th
1965–66 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 11 6 9 34 31 28 5th Round of 16 Klaus Engels 8 25,615
1966–67 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 11 5 10 35 31 27 4th Hans-Jürgen Kreische 8 20,538
1967–68 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 5 11 10 25 33 21 13th Quarter-final Fairs Cup R1 19,615
1968–69 DDR-Liga Süd 2 30 20 7 3 57 9 47 1st Quarter-final
1969–70 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 13 5 8 36 26 31 3rd Quarter-final 18,500
1970–71 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 18 3 5 56 29 39 1st Winners Fairs Cup R2 Hans-Jürgen Kreische 17 22,769
1971–72 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 12 9 5 59 30 33 3rd Runners-Up European Cup R1 Hans-Jürgen Kreische 14 23,038
1972–73 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 18 6 2 61 30 42 1st Quarter-final UEFA Cup QF Hans-Jürgen Kreische 26 24,231
1973–74 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 15 5 6 55 40 35 3rd Runners-Up European Cup R2 Peter Kotte 12 27,231
1974–75 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 12 8 6 42 30 32 3rd Runners-Up UEFA Cup R3 25,923
1975–76 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 19 5 2 70 23 43 1st Semi-final UEFA Cup QF Hans-Jürgen Kreische 24 28,308
1976–77 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 16 6 4 66 27 38 1st Winners European Cup QF Hans-Jürgen Kreische 13 29,385
1977–78 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 18 5 3 70 25 41 1st Runners-Up European Cup R2 Peter Kotte 11 30,231
1978–79 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 15 9 2 59 19 39 2nd Semi-final European Cup QF 24,154
1979–80 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 20 2 4 65 22 42 2nd Semi-final UEFA Cup R2 Gerd Weber 16 24,615
1980–81 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 16 2 8 49 37 34 4th Semi-final UEFA Cup R3 25,769
1981–82 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 15 4 7 50 24 34 2nd Winners UEFA Cup R2 Ralf Minge 14 22,462
1982–83 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 12 5 9 51 43 29 7th Semi-final Cup Winners' Cup R1 Ralf Minge 17 22,538
1983–84 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 14 9 3 61 28 37 2nd Winners Ralf Minge 17 25,154
1984–85 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 15 8 3 69 34 38 2nd Winners Cup Winners' Cup QF Torsten Gütschow 17 24,769
1985–86 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 10 8 8 40 39 28 6th Semi-final Cup Winners' Cup QF Ralf Minge 9 19,769
1986–87 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 13 10 3 52 24 36 2nd Quarter-final Ralf Minge 14 19,000
1987–88 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 12 9 5 47 24 33 3rd Quarter-final UEFA Cup R1 Torsten Gütschow 9 19,308
1988–89 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 16 8 2 61 26 40 1st Round 3 UEFA Cup SF Torsten Gütschow 17 22,215
1989–90 DDR-Oberliga 1 26 12 12 2 47 26 36 1st Winners European Cup R1 Torsten Gütschow 18 20,230
1990–91 NOFV-Oberliga 1 26 12 8 6 48 28 32 2nd Round 3 European Cup QF Torsten Gütschow 20 10,013 [4]
1991–92 Bundesliga 1 38 12 10 16 34 50 34 14th Round 4 Banned Torsten Gütschow 10 16,642 [5]
1992–93 Bundesliga 1 34 7 13 14 32 49 27 15th Round 2 Uwe Jähnig 5 15,650
1993–94 Bundesliga 1 34 10 14 10 33 44 30 13th Semi-final Olaf Marschall 11 15,984 [6]
1994–95 Bundesliga 1 34 4 8 22 33 68 16 18th Round 3 Johnny Ekström 7 16,700 [7]
1995–96 Regionalliga Nordost 3 34 19 10 5 46 23 67 4th Round 1 Saxony Cup R1 Igor Lazič 15 5,221 [8]
1996–97 Regionalliga Nordost 3 34 16 6 11 57 38 57 7th Saxony Cup R2 Torsten Gütschow 12 4,422
1997–98 Regionalliga Nordost 3 34 17 9 8 60 39 60 2nd Saxony Cup R4 Torsten Gütschow 16 4,232
1998–99 Regionalliga Nordost 3 34 10 8 16 43 44 38 11th Saxony Cup R4 Nico Patschinski 12 3,309
1999–2000 Regionalliga Nordost 3 34 13 13 8 44 34 52 8th Saxony Cup R2 Rico Hanke 8 6,173 [9]
2000–01 Oberliga Nordost-Süd 4 34 16 8 10 58 35 56 5th Saxony Cup R2 Vladimir Manislavić 11 3,833
2001–02 Oberliga Nordost-Süd 4 34 24 6 2 61 16 78 1st Denis Koslov 16 5,328 [10][11]
2002–03 Regionalliga Nord 3 34 13 11 10 34 34 50 7th Saxony Cup W Thomas Neubert 8 6,671
2003–04 Regionalliga Nord 3 34 18 11 5 51 26 65 2nd Round 1 Saxony Cup RU Maik Wagefeld 10 8,702
2004–05 2. Bundesliga 2 34 15 4 15 48 53 49 8th Round 1 Klemen Lavric 17 16,316
2005–06 2. Bundesliga 2 34 11 8 15 39 45 41 15th Round 2 Joshua Kennedy 7 15,614
2006–07 Regionalliga Nord 3 36 16 7 13 54 45 55 7th Round 1 Saxony Cup W Alexander Ludwig 11 13,406
2007–08 Regionalliga Nord 3 36 15 10 11 45 39 55 8th Round 1 Saxony Cup SF Thomas Bröker
Pavel Dobry
9 9,343
2008–09 3. Liga 3 38 13 11 14 46 46 50 9th Saxony Cup R1 Halil Savran 14 10,948 [12]
2009–10 3. Liga 3 38 14 8 16 39 46 50 12th Round 1 Saxony Cup SF Halil Savran 12 14,440
2010–11 3. Liga 3 38 19 8 11 55 37 65 3rd Saxony Cup QF Alexander Esswein 17 17,225 [13]
2011–12 2. Bundesliga 2 34 12 9 13 50 52 45 9th Round 2 Zlatko Dedić 13 26,401 [14]
2012–13 2. Bundesliga 2 34 9 10 15 35 49 37 16th Round 2 Mickaël Poté 6 24,964 [15]
2013–14 2. Bundesliga 2 34 5 17 12 36 53 32 17th Banned Mohamed Aoudia
Zlatko Dedić
6 27,004 [16]
2014–15 3. Liga 3 38 16 8 14 52 48 56 6th Round 3 Saxony Cup QF Justin Eilers 19 22,748
2015–16 3. Liga 3 38 21 15 2 75 35 78 1st Saxony Cup SF Justin Eilers 23 27,544
2016–17 2. Bundesliga 2 34 13 11 10 53 46 50 5th Round 2 Stefan Kutschke 16 28,515
2017–18 2. Bundesliga 2

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ FDGB-Pokal until 1991, DFB Pokal thereafter. The FDGB-Pokal was named the NOFV-Pokal for its final season.
  2. ^ In 1954, Dynamo Dresden were moved to Berlin to form Dynamo Berlin. The club was left to reform in the second-tier DDR-Liga.
  3. ^ a b From 1955 to 1960 the East German league operated by calendar year.
  4. ^ After German reunification in 1990, the DDR-Oberliga was named the NOFV-Oberliga, and was used to determine qualification for East German teams in the unified German football league system
  5. ^ Dynamo were banned for two years from European competition after their fans rioted in their 1990–91 European Cup quarter-final against Red Star Belgrade.
  6. ^ Dynamo were docked 4 points in 1993–94 for financial mismanagement
  7. ^ In 1995, Dynamo were relegated two levels into the Regionalliga Nordost for failing to meet the financial requirements for a professional licence
  8. ^ The German league changed from 2 points to 3 points for a win in 1995
  9. ^ The Regionalliga was reduced from four leagues to two in 2000, so the bottom 11 teams in the Regionalliga Nordost were all relegated
  10. ^ Dynamo beat Hertha BSC (A), champions of the Oberliga Nordost-Nord, in a playoff to reach the Regionalliga Nord
  11. ^ Dynamo were suspended from the Saxony Cup in 2001–02 for providing too few referees in previous seasons
  12. ^ A new, national 3rd Liga was founded in 2008
  13. ^ Dynamo faced VfL Osnabrück, who had finished 16th in the 2. Bundesliga, in a playoff, and won 4–2 on aggregate to earn promotion to the second tier.
  14. ^ Dynamo Dresden's home game with FC Ingolstadt 04 during the 2011–12 season was played behind closed doors, after Dynamo's fans had rioted during an earlier DFB-Pokal tie with Borussia Dortmund. With this match taken into account, Dynamo's average attendance is 24,848
  15. ^ Dynamo faced VfL Osnabrück, who had finished 3rd in the 3. Liga, in a playoff, and won 2–1 on aggregate to stay in the 2. Bundesliga
  16. ^ Dynamo were banned from the 2013–14 DFB-Pokal due to their fans rioting in the previous season's competition.

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