A brief glimpse into the past

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OSTSPORT.TV I FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BFC Dynamo (Highlights)
OSTSPORT.TV I FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BFC Dynamo (Highlights)

OSTSPORT.TV I FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BFC Dynamo (Highlights) Spieltag 14.



FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BFC Dynamo: Die Tore auf einen Blick | Sport im Osten | MDR
FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BFC Dynamo: Die Tore auf einen Blick | Sport im Osten | MDR

Andreas Patz hat einen Einstand nach Maß auf der Trainerbank des FC Carl Zeiss Jena gefeiert. Die Thüringer bezwangen den BFC Dynamo im ...



Regionalliga: FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BFC Dynamo in voller Länge | Sport im Osten | MDR
Regionalliga: FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BFC Dynamo in voller Länge | Sport im Osten | MDR

Was für eine Feuertaufe für Coach Andreas Patz! Bei seinem Debüt für den FC Carl Zeiss Jena geht es am Freitagabend gleich gegen den Tabellenzweiten ...



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Spitzenspiel im Paradies!💪🏽 📰 🎫 💻 📻 📺 #FCCBFC #FCC #MehrAlsFussball



Trainer-Flop oder Glücksgriff? @fccarlzeissjena vor Schicksalsspiel gegen BFC Dynamo. #FCC #Fussball

Trainer-Flop oder Glücksgriff? @fccarlzeissjena vor Schicksalsspiel gegen BFC Dynamo. #FCC #Fussball



Team, Place & City Details

FC Oberlausitz Neugersdorf

The FC Oberlausitz Neugersdorf is a German association football club from the town of Ebersbach-Neugersdorf in the Upper Lusatia region of Saxony. The club's greatest success came in 2014–15 when it won promotion to the tier four Regionalliga Nordost, courtesy to a runners-up finish in the NOFV-Oberliga Süd.

Berliner FC Dynamo
Berliner FC Dynamo

Berliner Fussball Club Dynamo e. V., commonly known as BFC Dynamo or BFC, is a German football club based in the Alt-Hohenschönhausen locality of Berlin.

BC Dinamo Tbilisi

BC Dinamo Tbilisi is a professional basketball club that is based in Tbilisi, that plays in the Georgian Superliga. It is one of the oldest and most successful basketball clubs of Georgia and the former USSR, having won numerous national titles and the 1962 FIBA European Champions Cup (EuroLeague).

MBC Dynamo Moscow

MBC Dynamo Moscow is a Russian basketball team from Moscow. The club was active for 93 years (from 1923 until 2016) as professional club before being dissolved due to financial problems.

BC Zenit Saint Petersburg

BC Zenit Saint Petersburg , formerly known as BC Dynamo Moscow Region (2003–2007) and BC Triumph Lyubertsy (2007–2014), is a Russian professional basketball team that is located in Saint Petersburg, Russia, since 2014. The club competes domestically in the VTB United League and in the EuroLeague.

BC Dynamo Saint Petersburg

BC Dynamo Saint Petersburg was a Russian professional basketball club based in Saint Petersburg, that existed for two seasons. The club was founded in 2004 and dissolved in 2006.

BC Dynamo Kyiv

BC Dynamo Kyiv is a professional basketball club based in Kiev, Ukraine. In the 2015–16 season, the team entered the Ukrainian SL Favorit Sport – a newly formed top tier league in Ukraine.

Upper Lusatia
Upper Lusatia

Upper Lusatia is a historical region in Germany and Poland. Along with Lower Lusatia to the north, it makes up the region of Lusatia, named after the Slavic Lusici tribe.

Upper Lusatian Gefilde
Upper Lusatian Gefilde

The Upper Lusatian Gefilde is a natural region in Saxony near the German tripoint with the Czech Republic and Poland. It is considered part of the Saxon Loess Fields and the western Sudetes range.

Upper Lusatian Railway Company
Upper Lusatian Railway Company

The Upper Lusatian Railway Company , which had its headquarters in Ruhland now in the Oberspreewald-Lausitz district, received a concession on 11 October 1871 for the construction of a railway line, partly to provide a direct connection from Breslau (now Wroclaw) to Magdeburg. The 148 km long-route lead west from the rail node of Kohlfurt (now Węgliniec, Poland) through Upper Lusatia via Horka, Hoyerswerda, Ruhland and Elsterwerda-Biehla to Falkenberg in the Lower Lusatia.