1993–94 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
1993–94 season
Manager Germany Sigfried Held
Bundesliga 13th
DFB-Pokal Semi-final
Top goalscorer League: Olaf Marschall (11)
All: Olaf Marschall (13)

The 1993–94 season was Dynamo Dresden's third season in the Bundesliga. They finished in 13th place, to date their best performance since German reunification. After a slow start, they went on a 10 match unbeaten run during the middle of the season, and won three of their last five games to finish well clear of the relegation zone. Dynamo were masters of the 1–0 win, thanks in part to loan signing Marek Penksa (all three of his goals were winners in such matches), and top scorer Olaf Marschall, who'd been signed from Admira Wacker during pre-season.

Dynamo also achieved their best ever result in the DFB-Pokal, beating Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen before bowing out to Werder Bremen in the semi-final.


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

No. Position Player
Russia GK Stanislav Cherchesov
Germany GK René Müller
Germany GK Frank Schulze
Germany DF René Beuchel
Germany DF René Groth
Germany DF Mario Kern
Germany DF Matthias Maucksch
Germany DF Dirk Oberritter
Denmark DF Henrik Risom (from January)
Germany DF Nils Schmäler
Germany DF Detlef Schößler
Germany DF Andreas Wagenhaus (to September)
Germany MF Uwe Jähnig
No. Position Player
Germany MF Sven Kmetsch
Germany MF Markus Kranz
Croatia MF Nikica Maglica
Poland MF Piotr Nowak
Czechoslovakia MF Marek Penksa
Germany MF Hans-Uwe Pilz
Germany MF Thomas Rath
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Miroslav Stevic
Germany FW Henri Fuchs
Germany FW Olaf Marschall
Germany FW Werner Rank
Germany FW Sven Ratke
Germany FW Uwe Rösler (to March)






Player From Date
Russia Stanislav Cherchesov Spartak Moscow Summer
Germany Henri Fuchs 1. FC Köln Summer
Germany Markus Kranz Bayer Uerdingen Summer
Croatia Nikica Maglica NK Zagreb Summer
Germany Olaf Marschall Admira Wacker Summer
Poland Piotr Nowak BSC Young Boys Summer
Czechoslovakia Marek Penksa Eintracht Frankfurt (loan) Summer
Germany Werner Rank BSV Brandenburg Summer
Germany Uwe Rösler 1. FC Nuremberg Summer
Denmark Henrik Risom Lyngby BK January


Player To Date
Germany Ralf Hauptmann 1. FC Köln Summer
Germany Jens Melzig Bayer Leverkusen Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladan Milovanovic VfL Osnabrück Summer
Germany Jörg Stübner FC Sachsen Leipzig Summer
Germany Ronny Teuber Borussia Dortmund Summer
Germany Wolfram Wagner unknown Summer
Germany Dirk Zander FC St. Pauli Summer
Germany Alexander Zickler Bayern Munich Summer
Germany Andreas Wagenhaus Fenerbahçe August
Germany Uwe Rösler Manchester City March

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