Hertha Berlin Score
German Bundesliga
Hertha Berlin 3
Augsburg 3
2
0
W
RB Leipzig 1 2
Hertha Berlin 3
2
2
D
Hertha Berlin 2
Union Berlin 1
4
0
W
TSG Hoffenheim 2
Hertha Berlin 3
0
3
W
Hertha Berlin 3
Werder Bremen 3
2
2
D
Fortuna Dusseldorf 2
Hertha Berlin 2
3
3
D
Hertha Berlin 2
FC Koln 2
0
5
L
SC Paderborn 07 2
Hertha Berlin 2
1
2
W
Hertha Berlin 1 4
FSV Mainz 05 1
1
3
L
Germany Cup
Schalke 04 4
Hertha Berlin 1 3
2
2
D
Hertha Berlin Fixtures
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Hertha Berlin Player
# Name Position
3
Per Ciljan Skjelbred Central Midfield
6
Vladimir Darida Central Midfield
15
Marko Grujic Central Midfield
39
Julian Albrecht Central Midfield
1
Thomas Kraft Goalkeeper
12
Dennis Smarsch Goalkeeper
22
Rune Jarstein Goalkeeper
31
Marton Dardai Midfielder
32
Luca Netz Midfielder
40
Lazar Samardzic Midfielder
33
Jessic Ngankam Forward
9
Alexander Esswein Right Wing
11
Mathew Leckie Right Wing
24
Palko Dardai Right Wing
28
Dodi Lukebakio Right Wing
30
Marius Wolf Right Wing
8
Salomon Armand Magloire Kalou Left Wing
16
Javairo Dilrosun Left Wing
18
Santiago Ascacibar Defensive Midfield
23
Arne Maier Defensive Midfield
2
Peter Pekarik Right Back
13
Lukas Klunter Right Back
17
Maximilian Mittelstadt Left Back
21
Marvin Plattenhardt Left Back
4
Karim Rekik Centre Back
5
Niklas Stark Centre Back
20
Dedryck Boyata Centre Back
25
Jordan Torunarigha Centre Back
29
Florian Baak Centre Back
7
Krzysztof Piatek Centre Forward
14
Pascal Kopke Centre Forward
19
Vedad Ibisevic Centre Forward
36
Muhammed Kiprit Centre Forward
 
Matheus Cunha Centre Forward
 
Bruno Labbadia Coach
 
ROB REEKERS Assistant Coach
About Hertha Berlin
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  • Name: Hertha Berlin
  • City: Berlin
  • Home Stadium: Olympic Stadium
  • Established Date: 1892-07-25
  • Coach: Bruno Labbadia
Hertha BSC was founded in 1892, and was a founding member of the German Football Association in Leipzig in 1900. The team won the German championship in 1930 and 1931. Since 1963, Hertha's stadium has been the Olympiastadion. The club is known as Die Alte Dame in German, which translates to "The Old Lady". In 2002, the sports activities of the professional, amateur, and under-19 teams were separated into Hertha BSC GmbH & Co. KGaA.