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Berliner Sport-Club

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Berliner Sport-Club, commonly known as Berliner SC, is a German association football club based in Berlin. The team is part of a sports club which also has departments for badminton, hockey, and rugby. History Berliner SC was created out of the merger of Amateur-Sport-Club 1895 and Sport-Club Berlin founded by Carl Diem in 1896. The club was known as Sport-Club 1895/1896 Berlin until chairman Diem had its name simplified to the current form in 1905. In its earliest years Berliner SC was primarily an athletics club, though already from 1909 the football team successfully competed for the Berlin championship of the Verband Berliner Athletik-Vereine association and in 1911 joined the Brandenburg football championship. By 1914 the club had over 2000 members and had added departments for hockey and boxing, as well as a section to accommodate American expatriates. This growth continued through the 1920s when the BFC Hertha 92 football team joined Berliner SC in 1923 to help fen
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