BSC Preussen

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BSC Preussen
BSC Preussen logo.svg
City Berlin, Germany
League Oberliga
Founded 1983
Franchise history
1983-1995 Berliner Schlittschuh-Club Preussen
1995-1996 Preussen Devils
1996-2002 Berlin Capitals
2002-2004 BC Preussen
2004-2005 Berliner Schlittschuhclub Preussen

BSC Preussen was an ice hockey team in Berlin, Germany. They played between the first and fourth level of German ice hockey from 1983-2005.


Preussen was founded in 1983.[1] They started out playing in the 2nd Bundesliga, and won the league championship in 1988, and were thus promoted to the 1. Bundesliga.[2]

When the Deutsche Eishockey Liga replaced the 1. Bundesliga in 1994, Preussen continued playing there until they were relegated in 2002. Due to financial difficulties, the club dropped all the way to the Regionalliga, the fourth level of German ice hockey. The club's stay in the Regionalliga lasted just one season, as they won the league, and were promoted to the Oberliga.

After the 2004-05 season, Preussen folded.


  1. ^ Club profile on
  2. ^ Championnat d'Allemagne 1987-1988 on hockeyarchives