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Hertha Bsc Berlin
Hertha BSC Berlin as the surname suggests is a German football club based in Berlin, a city of Germany. Hertha Berlin was a founding club of the German Football Association in the 1990's.
The club itself was formed in 1892 who had extracted their name from a steamship with varying colors as of blue and white on the smoke pipe of the ship.
The name Hertha is said to be a variation on Nerthus which refers to the Goddess of the German mythology, which might be one of the reasons of the football club to be a success on the fields as its luck was almost always in their interest, apart from the sheer hard work of the team members which was said to be a treat to watch.
Performing consistently well on the field bore them a place in the football world. But the field success did not make do with the financial conditions of the football club and Hertha was merged with a famous sports club and was named as Hertha Berliner Sport Club.
The newly born team then enjoyed considerable success which made there financial matters a bit more better than before. However, with the large amount of success followed a considerable amount of frustration as well.
Frustration to strive for a much better game every time, in other words to stay put and be consistent all the way with achievement that came their way.
The team played its way to the German championship final in six consecutive seasons, but sadness prevailed them when they had won titles twice in the five year of playing for the championship.
It was then that the BSC opted to become an independent club once again after the combined side's first championship, though Hertha emerged as the Germany's second most successful team during the inter-war years.
This independency once again bought back fame from the German football club. Of course with every success, failure awaits it. The same was true for the Hertha when they could not succeed to becoming famous in the national championship and would always be the early team to bid farewell to them.
German games have always been affected by the WW2. In Hertha's case also it was after the World War 2, that the allied forces had banned most of the organizations in the country inclusive of the football clubs.
Tensions prevailed between the western Allies and the Russians who had occupied various sectors of the city, which led to a cold war, which further led to chaotic conditions for football in the capital.
However, with the passing time Hertha regained its position as a football club and gradually gained earned a return to the top flight. Even though there had come a time when the club was banned for a time period.
Playing at the top level was not an easy task then after for them as they faced failure one after the other, but with the slow and steady approach, bounced back into the game.
Hertha managed a return to the premier German league in and developed a solid following making it Berlin's favorite side. Even though a stadium was built to accommodate the football team which enjoyed a capacity of 35,000 seats, still BSC left that facility behind when it joined another club 1963. The sale of the site helped the club avoid bankruptcy.