RIP Alex Alves

The former Hertha striker tragically died from leukemia today – at the age of only 37. He was best known for his flamboyance and of course this tremendous 55 yards … Continue Reading →


Relegation does not necessarily mean Relegation

Hertha’s last lifeline One of the local specialities of German football: the relegation play-offs. It’s simply called “Relegation” in this part of the world, which might sound strange to foreign … Continue Reading →


Otto’s Comeback

How to succeed without a George Clooney lookalike between the posts? Can a 73-year-old coach, who is believed to be social conservative and very authoritative, handle a Bundesliga with loads … Continue Reading →


One-Way Rivalry

Neither inner-city opponents like Union Berlin or TeBe nor Energie Cottbus from provincial Brandenburg are considered to be Hertha BSC’s main rivals. No, this iffy honour dues Schalke 04. What … Continue Reading →