List of Hertha BSC records and statistics

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Recent seasons[edit]

Year Division Position Points Goal
difference
Top goalscorers Cup Europe
1988–89 2. Bundesliga (II) 13th 36:40 +1 Germany Theo Gries 9, Germany Dirk Greiser 8, Germany Helmut Rombach 8
1989–90 2. Bundesliga (II) 1st Promoted to the Bundesliga 53:23 +26 Germany Theo Gries 18, Germany Axel Kruse 7, Germany Dirk Greiser 7, Germany Fred Klaus 7, Germany Wolfgang Patzke 5 R1
1990–91 Bundesliga (I) 18th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga Nord 14:54 -47 Germany Theo Gries 6, Germany Sven Kretschmer 6, Germany Uwe Rahn 5 R2
1991–92 2. Bundesliga Nord (II) 3rd 35:29 +5 Germany Theo Gries 11, Germany Mike Lünsmann 11, Germany Mario Basler 5, Germany Thomas Rath 5 R1
1992–93 2. Bundesliga (II) 5th 53:39 +27 Germany Theo Gries 23, Germany Mario Basler 12, Germany Mike Lünsmann 12, Germany Sven Demandt 11, Germany Marco Zernicke 5 R4
1993–94 2. Bundesliga (II) 11th 37:39 +6 Germany Frank Schmöller 12, Austria Ernst Ogris 7, Germany Theo Gries 6, Germany Sven Demandt 6, Germany Claus-Dieter Wollitz 6 R2
1994–95 2. Bundesliga (II) 11th 32:36 -4 Germany Mike Lünsmann 11, Albania Harun Isa 5 R1
1995–96 2. Bundesliga (II) 14th 45 +2 Croatia Niko Kovač 11, Germany Andreas Schmidt 5 R2
1996–97 2. Bundesliga (II) 3rd Promoted to the Bundesliga 58 +19 Germany Axel Kruse 15, Germany Michael Preetz 9, Democratic Republic of the Congo Michél Mazingu-Dinzey 5 R2
1997–98 Bundesliga (I) 11th 43 -12 Germany Michael Preetz 14, Germany Andreas Schmidt 5 R2
1998–99 Bundesliga (I) 3rd 62 +27 Germany Michael Preetz 23, Croatia Ilija Aračić 5 R3
1999–00 Bundesliga (I) 6th 50 -7 Germany Michael Preetz 12, Germany Dariusz Wosz 5 R4 CL GS2
2000–01 Bundesliga (I) 5th 56 +6 Germany Michael Preetz 16, Brazil Alex Alves 8, Germany Stefan Beinlich 5 R2 UC R32
2001–02 Bundesliga (I) 4th 61 +23 Brazil Marcelinho 13, Germany Michael Preetz 12, Belgium Bart Goor 8, Brazil Alex Alves 7 QF UC R32
2002–03 Bundesliga (I) 5th 54 +9 Brazil Marcelinho 14, Germany Michael Preetz 7, Brazil Alex Alves 6, Germany Arne Friedrich 5, Belgium Bart Goor 5 R1 UC R16
2003–04 Bundesliga (I) 12th 39 -17 Brazil Marcelinho 8, Germany Fredi Bobic 7, Germany Nando Rafael 5 R3 UC R96
2004–05 Bundesliga (I) 4th 58 +28 Brazil Marcelinho 18, Turkey Yıldıray Baştürk 7, Brazil Gilberto 6, Germany Nando Rafael 6 R2
2005–06 Bundesliga (I) 6th 48 +4 Brazil Marcelinho 12, Serbia Marko Pantelić 11, Turkey Yıldıray Baştürk 6 R3 UC R32
2006–07 Bundesliga (I) 10th 44 -5 Serbia Marko Pantelić 14, Argentina Christian Giménez 12, Brazil Gilberto 5 QF UC R80
2007–08 Bundesliga (I) 10th 44 -5 Serbia Marko Pantelić 13 R2
2008–09 Bundesliga (I) 4th 63 +7 Ukraine Andriy Voronin 11, Serbia Marko Pantelić 7, Brazil Cícero 7, Brazil Raffael 6, Serbia Gojko Kačar 6 R2 UC GS
2009–10 Bundesliga (I) 18th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga 24 -22 Colombia Adrián Ramos 10, Brazil Raffael 7, Greece Theofanis Gekas 6 R2 EL R32
2010–11 2. Bundesliga (II) 1st Promoted to the Bundesliga 74 +41 Colombia Adrián Ramos 15, Germany Pierre-Michel Lasogga 13, Brazil Raffael 10, Canada Rob Friend 5, Bulgaria Valeri Domovchiyski 5 R2
2011–12 Bundesliga (I) 16th Relegated to the 2. Bundesliga 31 -26 Germany Pierre-Michel Lasogga 8, Colombia Adrián Ramos 6, Brazil Raffael 6 QF
2012–13 2. Bundesliga (II) 1st Promoted to the Bundesliga 76 +37 Brazil Ronny 18, Colombia Adrián Ramos 11, Tunisia Sami Allagui 6, Germany Sandro Wagner 5 R1
2013–14 Bundesliga (I) 11th 41 -8 Colombia Adrián Ramos 16, Tunisia Sami Allagui 9 R2
2014–15 Bundesliga (I) 15th 35 -16 Germany Julian Schieber 7, Ivory Coast Salomon Kalou 6 R2
2015–16 Bundesliga (I) 7th 50 0 Ivory Coast Salomon Kalou 14, Bosnia and Herzegovina Vedad Ibišević 10, Czech Republic Vladimír Darida 5 SF
2016–17 Bundesliga (I) 6th 49 -4 Bosnia and Herzegovina Vedad Ibišević 12, Ivory Coast Salomon Kalou 7 R3 EL 3QR

Coaches since 1963[edit]

No. Coach From To Record Trophies won
G W D L Win %
1 Germany Jupp Schneider 1 July 1963 9 March 1965 55 16 14 25 029.09 None
2 Germany Gerhard Schulte 9 March 1965 30 June 1966 38 32 3 3 084.21 1965–66 Regionalliga Berlin
3 Germany Helmut Kronsbein 1 July 1966 13 March 1974 223 92 53 78 041.26 None
4 Germany Hans "Gustav" Eder 17 March 1974 30 June 1974 9 3 1 5 033.33 None
5 Germany Dettmar Cramer 1 July 1974 9 July 1974 0 0 0 0 ! None
6 Germany Hans "Gustav" Eder 10 July 1974 16 July 1974 0 0 0 0 ! None
7 Germany Georg Kessler 17 July 1974 30 June 1977 118 54 26 38 045.76 None
8 Germany Kuno Klötzer 1 July 1977 27 October 1979 94 38 25 31 040.43 None
9 Germany Hans "Gustav" Eder 28 October 1979 26 December 1979 7 1 3 3 014.29 None
10 Germany Helmut Kronsbein 27 December 1979 30 June 1980 19 8 3 8 042.11 None
11 Germany Uwe Klimaschewski 1 July 1980 8 December 1981 62 41 5 16 066.13 None
12 Germany Georg Gawliczek 9 December 1981 10 December 1983 59 20 15 24 033.90 None
13 Germany Martin Luppen 11 December 1983 25 May 1984 43 16 12 15 037.21 None
14 Germany Hans "Gustav" Eder 26 May 1984 30 June 1984 0 0 0 0 ! None
15 Germany Uwe Kliemann 1 July 1984 11 November 1985 61 16 23 22 026.23 None
16 Germany Hans "Gustav" Eder 11 November 1985 31 December 1985 1 0 1 0 000.00 None
17 Germany Rudi Gutendorf 1 January 1986 18 April 1986 13 2 5 6 015.38 None
18 Germany Jürgen Sundermann 19 April 1986 8 October 1988 18 4 5 9 022.22 None
19 Germany Werner Fuchs 13 October 1988 13 November 1990 79 33 22 24 041.77 1989–90 2. Bundesliga
20 Hungary Pál Csernai 13 November 1990 12 March 1991 6 1 3 2 016.67 None
21 Germany Peter Neururer 13 March 1991 28 May 1991 12 0 2 10 000.00 None
22 Germany Karsten Heine 28 May 1991 30 June 1991 3 1 0 2 033.33 None
23 Germany Bernd Stange 1 July 1991 20 August 1992 41 14 12 15 034.15 None
24 Germany Günter Sebert 21 August 1992 20 October 1993 55 24 19 12 043.64 None
25 Germany Karsten Heine 20 October 1993 23 October 1993 1 0 0 1 000.00 None
26 Germany Uwe Reinders 24 October 1993 23 March 1994 11 2 4 5 018.18 None
27 Germany Karsten Heine 23 March 1994 31 December 1995 70 23 23 24 032.86 None
28 Germany Jürgen Röber 1 January 1996 6 February 2002 227 112 57 58 049.34 2001 DFB-Ligapokal
29 Germany Falko Götz (interim) 6 February 2002 30 June 2002 13 9 1 3 069.23 None
30 Netherlands Huub Stevens 1 July 2002 4 December 2003 64 25 17 22 039.06 2002 DFB-Ligapokal
31 Germany Andreas Thom (interim) 4 December 2003 17 December 2003 3 0 2 1 000.00 None
32 Germany Hans Meyer 1 January 2004 30 June 2004 17 7 5 5 041.18 None
33 Germany Falko Götz 1 July 2004 10 April 2007 121 47 40 34 038.84 None
34 Germany Karsten Heine (interim) 10 April 2007 30 June 2007 6 3 0 3 050.00 None
35 Switzerland Lucien Favre 1 July 2007 28 September 2009 94 40 20 34 042.55 None
36 Germany Karsten Heine (interim) 29 September 2009 3 October 2009 1 0 0 1 000.00 None
37 Germany Friedhelm Funkel 3 October 2009 30 June 2010 33 7 10 16 021.21 None
38 Germany Markus Babbel 1 July 2010 18 December 2011 55 30 13 12 054.55 2010–11 2. Bundesliga
39 Germany Rainer Widmayer (interim) 18 December 2011 21 December 2011 1 1 0 0 100.00 None
40 Germany Michael Skibbe 22 December 2011 12 February 2012 5 0 0 5 000.00 None
41 Germany René Tretschok (interim) 14 February 2012 19 February 2012 1 0 0 1 000.00 None
42 Germany Otto Rehhagel 19 February 2012 30 June 2012 14 3 3 8 021.43 None
43 Netherlands Jos Luhukay 1 July 2012 5 February 2015 71 34 18 19 47.89 2012–13 2. Bundesliga
44 Hungary Pál Dárdai 5 February 2015 83 33 17 33 37.50 None

Honours[edit]

League[edit]

Cup[edit]

Note 1: Reserve Team

Youth[edit]

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