After an exciting football-filled summer that ended with the fourth…
We are happy to announce the construction of an additional stand at the Marathon Gate that will expand the capacity for the two top matches of the Bundesliga season against FC Bayern Munich (25.03.14, 8 pm.) and Borussia Dortmund (10.5.14, 4.30 pm).
Both teams were trying hard to score goals, but neither managed to. Hertha BSC and FC Augsburg played to a scoreless draw at the Olympiastadion Berlin, generating several attempts on goal, but unable to score.
Hertha BSC dominated many facets of the match against Bayer 04 Leverkusen, including time of possession and chances at goal, but in the end, not scoring a goal came around to haunt them, losing their home match.
t only took a few hours to sell out the Hertha game against Bayern München…
Four minutes additional time did not help Hertha to equalize the game against Schalke 04. On the contrary: Literally within the last minute the white-blue Berliner conceded the second goal which lead to the 0:2 final result.
Heinz Müller was beat thrice as Hertha scored three goals in the second half to beat FSV Mainz 05. The final score read 3:1 and the three points will remain in Berlin.
Hertha’s hopes of avoiding relegation to division two took a severe blow on Tuesday night. The capital city side lost 1-2 at home to SC Freiburg on matchday 29. The latest loss leaves coach Otto Rehhagel and his side rooted to second bottom place in the Bundesliga table, with only four matches left to play in the season.
The DFL scheduled the last matches of the current Bundesliga season 2011/12. Nine out of ten Hertha BSC matches are held on a Saturday; only one match is fixed for a Tuesday. The team of coach Otto Rehagel has five more home matches in the Olympiastadion Berlin left and therefore the following rest program applies:
Rehhagel rang the changes following his side’s drab performance in their 0-3 defeat away to fellow strugglers FC Augsburg last time out. Christian Lell returned from injury, while Christoph Janker ( playing with a mask) moved into central defence.
Hertha played their 1000th Bundesliga game at home to reigning Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund on Saturday afternoon (18.02). The history books will confirm that Dortmund won 1-0 through a well-taken goal by Großkreutz on 66 minutes.
Despite being the better side for long periods of the game, Hertha lost their third straight game since the winter break on Saturday afternoon. Coach Michael Skibbe’s men unluckily lost 0-1 to Hannover 96, for whom it was the first away win since August of last year
After losing 0-2 in Nürnberg last time out, Hertha lost again on matchday 19. This time they went down 1-2 to HSV, in front of 49,168 at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. It was the second straight defeat for new coach Michael Skibbe.
After losing 0-2 in Nürnberg last time out, Hertha lost again on matchday 19. This time they went down 1-2 to HSV, in front of 49,168 at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. It was the second straight defeat for new coach Michael Skibbe. While HSV are on 22 points in 12th spot in the Bundesliga table, the capital city side are now in 14th place, just two points and places above the drop zone.Hertha coach Michael Skibbe made two changes to his side which lost in Nürnberg last weekend
lead and had to settle for a point. Pierre Michel Lasogga’s brace against his former club and an own goal by Bayer’s Toprak, were cancelled out by a hattrick by Eren Derdiyok. Lasogga’s second goal was an equaliser on 82 minutes.
Last season’s promoted sides from the second division locked horns in the top flight again on Saturday afternoon. Hertha (division two champions) entertained fellow promotees FC Augsburg in a Bundesliga round six encounter, watched by 48,385 at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. Hertha came from behind with two second half goals by Lell and Torun after Augsburg had taken a 20th minute lead. Augsburg then capitalised on a defensive mix up to equalise through Callsen-Bracker on 64 minutes.
Coach Markus Babbel and the team would like to thank the fans for their fantastic support during the 2010/2011 season and celebrate the return to the Bundesliga with this match.
The final match of the season for Hertha BSC Berlin versus FC Augsburg at the Olympiastadion Berlin is sold out! All tickets for the final match in the second division on Sunday, May 15, 2011 at the Olympiastadion Berlin are gone. This also includes all 1500 tickets that became available for the additional temporary stand on the marathon gate plateau.
Hertha restored their two point lead at the top of the division two table on Sunday afternoon by beating SC Paderborn 2-0 in a round 28 game, played in front of a massive crowd of 70.621 at the Olympiastadion Berlin. The visitors had never played in front of such a large crowd in their history and Hertha were in no mood for an upset. Pierre-Michel Lasogga scord to put the home side into the driving season on 39 minutes. Skipper Andre Mijatovic nodded Hertha two goals up almost with the halftime whistle.
Hertha came from a goal down on Friday evening, to beat FSV Frankfurt 3-1 and defend top spot in the division two table at the Olympiastadion Berlin. For the home side it was their third victory in four games, but for the visitors, the defeat extended their winless run to seven.
On match day 23 of the second Bundesliga, Hertha BSC and Energie Cottbus played to a 2:2 draw in the Berlin-Brandenburg derby in front of 40.134 spectators at the Olympiastadion Berlin. Pierre-Michel Lasogga scored for Berlin (16.), before the guests were able to turn the tables and take a 2:1 lead with goals by Daniel Adlung (26.) and Uwe Hünemeier (35.). Just before the half, Roman Hubnik (40.) was able to equalize.
Hertha finally ended their dismal run of three consecutive defeats in the 2. Bundesliga with a well-deserved 2-0 round 16 home win over pre-match table-toppers Erzgebirge Aue, in front of another mammoth crowd of 45,892 at the ice-cold Olympiastadion Berlin on Sunday afternoon. The capital city side (second place) are now level on points with Augsburg (who they face away next week), but behind them on goal difference.
Bochum boss Funkel made two changes to his side which beat Frankfurt last time out, replacing Concha and Saglik with Yahia und Maric. His Berlin counterpart Markus Babbel raised many eyebrows ahead of the round 12 second division clash. Ronny and Lasogga played in place of Ramos (suspended) and Friend who had failed to score in any of his team’s last five matches and according to Babbel was “Putting too much pressure on himself”. They were the only changes to the Hertha starting line-up which suffered their opening league defeat of the season 0-1 in Paderborn last weekend.
Hertha remained three points clear of the chasing pack at the top of the second division table on Saturday afternoon, beating FC Ingolstadt 3-1 in a round 10 game played in front of 38,529 at the Olympiastadion Berlin.
A 76th minute strike by Valeri Domovchiyski and a last minute goal by Raffael, ensured that Hertha maintain their unbeaten record at the top of the second division table on Friday night. Coach Markus Babbel’s men beat table-neighbours Greuther Fürth 2-0 in a round 9 opener, in front of another bumper crowd of 39,274 at the Olympic stadium in Berlin. The deserved victory saw the Berliners open up a four-point gap over Fürth at the top of the table.
Another bumper crowd of 34,762 was at the Olympiastadion Berlin on Monday night, to watch table-toppers Hertha lock horns with mid-table Alemannia achen in a round 7 second division clash. As always, the atmosphere under the floodlights was great, but the game itself ended in a disappointing 0-0 draw. On the good news side, Hertha remain unbeaten, a point clear of SpVgg Greuther Fürth and Erzgebirge Aue at the top of the table.
There had been a lot going on at both clubs leading up to the round 5 clash at the Olympiastadion Berlin on Tuesday evening. While Hertha had been making all the right headlines for a change with their fine unbeaten run, which was extended thanks to the 1-1 derby draw away to Union Berlin last weekend, it was all going pear-shaped behind the scenes in Karlsruhe.
Two goals from Rob Friend (5.+79.) and one by Adrian Ramos (7.), saw Hertha cruise to a well deserved 3-1 home win over Arminia Bielefeld, who have yet to win in the league this season. Former Germany international Oliver Neuville scored an injury-time consolation goal but by then the capital city side was home and dry. Hertha maintained their 100% record on Sunday afternoon, beating Arminia Bielefeld 3-1 in a third round second division clash in front of another mammoth crowd of 47,726 at the Olympiastadion Berlin.
At the opening of the upcoming season, the Sportmetropole Berlin initiative has honored jointly with the Governing Mayor Michael Müller and the Senator for the Interior and Sport, Frank Henkel, all of Berlin’s Olympic athletes.
Spring is here and so are the longer opening hours. From April to October the visitor center opens daily from 9 am to 7 pm. (on non-event days).