Dresdner SC

Dresdner SC is a German multisport club playing in Dresden, Saxony. Founded on 30 April 1898, the club was a founding member of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fussball Bund or German Football Association) in 1900. The origins of the club go back still further to the predecessor side The English FC Dresden formed in 1874 by expatriate Englishmen as Germany's first football club and possibly the earliest in continental Europe: Dresdener SC was organized by one-time German members of the EFC.

Early on, DSC made regular appearances in regional finals and captured several titles. They were a dominant side in the Mitteldeutschen Verbandsliga: from 1925 to 1930 they lost only two of the ninety games they played.

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... Champion Runner-Up Result Date Venue Attendance 1944 Dresdner SC Luftwaffen-SV Hamburg 4-0 18 June 1944 Berlin 70,000 1943 Dresdner SC FV Saarbrücken 3-0 27 June 1943 Berlin 80,000 1942 FC Schalke 04 First Vienna ...
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... Born in Dresden, Krauß was a member of Dresdner SC, where she was discovered and trained by the influential coach Woldemar Gerschler ... in the long jump and the pentathlon in 1937, and was on the national champion Dresdner SC 4 × 100 metre relay teams in 1932 and 1936 ... She was one of 3 Olympic medalists that year from Dresdner SC, the others being Rudolf Harbig and Luise Krüger ...