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Towards the end of the s, the Stasi's influence over football was waning,  and Dynamo Dresden reclaimed the title in , and retained it in , adding a cup win to complete a double.
In the summer of , Dynamo Dresden lost two star players, Ulf Kirsten and Matthias Sammer joining Bayer Leverkusen and VfB Stuttgart respectively.
With German reunification looming, many clubs in the East changed their name to shed their Soviet image, and Dynamo Dresden changed from SG to the more traditional 1.
Dynamo Dresden finished second, behind Hansa Rostock , thus qualifying for the Bundesliga. Having been among the top clubs in the East, Dynamo found life in the Bundesliga much harder, struggling both financially and on the pitch.
They spent four years at this level,  during which they were in a near-constant battle against relegation. Their highest placing was 13th in —94 , but the following year they succumbed to the drop, finishing in last place,  having gone through three managers Sigfried Held , Horst Hrubesch and Ralf Minge during the season.
Bundesliga , and had to drop down to the third tier Regionalliga Nordost. The fall of the wall brought the influx of Dynamo's first foreign players, and the club saw internationals from Australia Mark Schwarzer , Poland Piotr Nowak , Russia Stanislav Cherchesov and Sweden Johnny Ekström , among others.
Dynamo sought to regroup in the Regionalliga , and again looked to former players to manage the team, being led by Hans-Jürgen Kreische —96 , Udo Schmuck and Hartmut Schade — , but failed to seriously challenge for promotion.
In they finished second in the table, but with 60 points: 32 behind champions Tennis Borussia Berlin. Having finished 11th in the previous season they turned to Colin Bell ,  an English coach who had had some success with youth football in Germany, but he left in March after poor results and a player revolt.
Optimism was high, though, after the way the last season had ended, and the slogan " Wir kommen wieder " we're coming back , was adopted.
However, the Oberliga was now highly competitive with VfB Leipzig , 1. FC Magdeburg and FSV Zwickau also having been relegated, and Dynamo couldn't match the consistency of their main promotion rivals Magdeburg and Leipzig.
A 2—1 defeat against Magdeburg in February ended their promotion chances, and Pot resigned. Life in the 2. Bundesliga began brightly, with a 3—1 win against MSV Duisburg , but by the halfway point of their first season they were facing relegation, with only 18 points.
They recovered strongly in the second half of the season though, and finished in 8th place, thanks in part to signings such as Ansgar Brinkmann , Joshua Kennedy and Klemen Lavric.
The —06 season began in a similar way, as Dynamo climbed to third place with a 2—1 win over Munich in the Allianz Arena ,  but this was followed by thirteen matches without a win, resulting in the dismissal of Christoph Franke.
Austrian manager Peter Pacult was brought in,  with results improving temporarily, but Dynamo ultimately still failed to avoid relegation, finishing 15th.
Dynamo were back in the Regionalliga with the immediate aim of promotion, but despite a successful start, Peter Pacult left the club after six matches for a chance to manage his former club, Rapid Vienna.
Another re-organisation of the league structure was looming, and Dynamo knew they'd have to finish in the top to qualify for the new national 3. A number of former star players returned, including Lars Jungnickel , Marek Penksa and Maik Wagefeld ,  but results were not consistent, and Meier was sacked, replaced by former coach Eduard Geyer.
The club turned to Ruud Kaiser , a Dutchman with a good reputation at youth level, as Geyer's replacement. Maucksch led the team to contention for a playoff place during the —11 season, but was sacked in April after a run of five games without a win, and was replaced by Ralf Loose.
Dynamo Dresden performed well in their first season back in the league. Consistently holding a position in the middle of the standings, the team was never in danger of being relegated.
The sentence was later turned into one Game behind closed doors and one away game without own fan support.
Virtual tickets were offered to reduce the financial loss, leading to what was purported to be the first sold-out ghost game in history.
Dynamo emerged victorious with 2—1 on aggregate and remained in the second tier for the —14 season.
Liga after they lost 3—2 at home to relegation rivals Arminia Bielefeld to drop into 17th place,  ultimately costing Jansen his job. Under their new coach Stefan Böger , the club completely overhauled the squad with the intent of returning to the 2.
Bundesliga as soon as possible. In August , the team managed to knock Bundesliga giants FC Schalke 04 out of the first round of the DFB-Pokal , beating them with 2—1.
The team finished 6th in the —15 season. When they were founded as SG Volkspolizei , the club was sponsored by the East German police force , and in , when they became Dynamo Dresden they were part of the SV Dynamo , the sport organization of the security agencies.
Dynamo plays at the Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion ,  which was opened in , and also originally named the Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion after local track and field athlete Rudolf Harbig.
The stadium was renamed Dynamo-Stadion by the East German authorities in , but reverted to its former name after the reunification.
With an original capacity of 24, spectators, the stadium was rebuilt in the beginning of the s, in line with DFB and FIFA regulations, and was thoroughly modernised between June and December The modernized stadium opened on 15 September with a friendly match against Schalke 04 and has a capacity of 32, spectators.
Dynamo were one of East Germany 's best-supported clubs, regularly drawing crowds of around 25, during their heyday. Since reunification attendance levels have fluctuated along with the team's fortunes, while they were still one of the most well-supported teams in the lower leagues, drawing an average of around 10—15, fans in the 3.
Following their advance to the 2nd League , they were again drawing crowds of 25, The —14 season average attendance reached 27, Dynamo Dresden have a particularly fractious relationship with BFC Dynamo , who took over the first team and the place in the DDR-Oberliga from Dynamo Dresden in , then as a football section of SC Dynamo Berlin.
BFC Dynamo were their main obstacle to success in the s,  but the two clubs rarely meet these days.
FC Lokomotive Leipzig were traditionally Dynamo's main rivals in the battle for Saxon dominance, although this rivalry extends to other clubs including Chemnitzer FC , formerly FC Sachsen Leipzig , Erzgebirge Aue , and most recently upstart RB Leipzig , though the clubs' disparate financial capabilities have so far prevented them from ever playing in the same division, their only official encounter thus far being a first-round match in the —17 DFB-Pokal season, in which Dresden celebrated a hard-fought victory.
Dynamo's most noteworthy rival in their home city are Dresdner SC , although they are perpetually ill-matched, as Dresdner SC are mired in local football leagues.
Another club, SC Borea Dresden were formed out of SG Dynamo Dresden-Heide , a former feeder club for Dynamo, but there is no longer an official connection.
When they were formed as SG Volkspolizei Dresden , the club wore green and white, the state colours of Saxony ,  but when the team became part of SV Dynamo they adopted the sports society's wine red colour scheme.
The club's original crest was built around the shield of the Volkspolizei , to whom they were affiliated. In they adopted the D logo of SV Dynamo, which was retained until reunification , when its wine red background was replaced with Saxon green.
They reverted to the red background in the early s. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
The club's reserve team , Dynamo Dresden II , played until in the tier five NOFV-Oberliga Süd. It has played at this level since with a fourth place in as its best result.
The team also made a losing appearance in the Saxony Cup final  and won the competition in Dynamo enjoyed its greatest successes under Walter Fritzsch, capturing the first division DDR-Oberliga title in , , , , , as well as finishing as vice-champions four times.
The team also took the East German Cup FDGB Pokal in and As one of the leading clubs in East Germany , Dynamo Dresden provided 36 DDR internationals ,  including the country's second most-capped player, Hans-Jürgen Dörner , and its joint second top scorer, Hans-Jürgen Kreische.
After German reunification a number of Dynamo players went on to represent the Germany national team , including Jens Jeremies , Ulf Kirsten , Olaf Marschall and Alexander Zickler.
Five Dynamo Dresden players were named East German Footballer of the Year : Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Hans-Jürgen Kreische, Andreas Trautmann , Ulf Kirsten and Torsten Gütschow.
Dörner won the award three times, and the latter three players were its last three winners. Perhaps the most notable Dynamo Dresden player is Matthias Sammer.
He played for the club from to , during which he won 23 caps for East Germany.