Hertha BSC Tryouts & Club Guide: History, Stadium, Players, and More!

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Hertha, Berliner Sport-Club e.V., commonly known as Hertha BSC, is a German professional football club based in the Charlottenburg locality of Berlin. The club competes in the Bundesliga, the top flight of German football.

Hertha BSC Youth Development System

Hertha BSC Academy Recruitment & Trials

The future belongs to Berlin! In accordance with this guiding principle, all those responsible and trainers in our Hertha BSC Football Academy work with a forward-looking view and do not rest on the present. The pursuit of success determines our everyday work – and this success begins with our youngest! That is why we are always on the lookout for the most promising talents. On our TalentsDay, young kickers can play under the eyes of our experts on the training grounds in the Olympic Park in order to convince with their personal footballing skills and, ideally, to start into a blue and white future.

On TalentsDay, our academy trainers are looking for talented people who are generally gifted in movement, are willing to learn and are open-minded. The ability to play the ball is of course in the foreground, so that particularly talented footballers have the chance of an invitation to test training or a possible inclusion in one of our youth teams. The selection is based on criteria that correspond to the philosophy and training concept of our Hertha BSC Football Academy and thus go beyond the footballing potential. Social skills appropriate to the respective age – for example fairness and the ability to work in a team – are always an important component of our trainer’s assessment of the players.

Unfortunately, due to the corona pandemic and the resulting ordinances by the Berlin authorities, the Hertha BSC Football Academy is currently not carrying out any inspection measures. As soon as it is foreseeable whether and when the first TalentsDay will be possible in 2021, we will announce this on our homepage. Until then, no registrations for the TalentsDay at Hertha BSC are possible.

Please come back to this page while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official news section.


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Hertha BSC History

The squad was victorious in both the 1930 and 1931 German championships. The Olympiastadion has served as Hertha’s home stadium ever since it opened in 1963. The name of the club in German literally translates to “The Old Lady,” while in English it is Die Alte Dame. Hertha BSC GmbH & Co. KGaA was established as a separate company in 2002 to handle all of the sporting endeavors of the professional, amateur, and under-19 teams.


Olympiastadion (German pronunciation: [olmpiatadin]) is a sports stadium located in Olympiapark Berlin in Berlin, Germany. It was named after the Olympic Games that were held there. Werner March was the one who first constructed it, and he did it in preparation for the 1936 Summer Olympics. During the Olympics, it was estimated that there were more than 100,000 people in attendance. The stadium is currently a component of the Olympiapark in Berlin.

The Olympiastadion has been renovated in 2004, and as a result, it now has a permanent capacity of 74,475 seats. This makes it the largest stadium in Germany for hosting international football matches. One of the most prestigious locations in the world for hosting sporting and entertainment events is the Olympiastadion, which is classified as a category four stadium by UEFA.