Deutscher Fußball-Verband der DDR

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Deutscher Fußball-Verband der DDR
Deutscher Fußball-Verband der DDR logo.svg
Founded 17–18 May 1958 (1958-05)
Folded 20 November 1990 (1990-11-20)
FIFA affiliation 1952
UEFA affiliation 1954
November 1990: Hans-Georg Moldenhauer, president of the NOFV, a subdivision of the DFV, receives a Trabant from DFB president Hermann Neuberger on the occasion of the DFV joining the DFB. The car is adorned with both logos.

The Deutscher Fußball-Verband der DDR (DFV) was from 1958 the football association of the (East) German Democratic Republic, fielding the East Germany national football team until 1990 before rejoining its counterpart, the German Football Association (DFB), which had been founded in 1900.

The DFV was dissolved on 20 November 1990 in Leipzig and in its place the North East German Football Association was formed and joined the German Football Association on the same day and at the same location,[1] a few weeks after East Germany itself had ceased to exist with the German reunification on 3 October 1990.

See also


  1. ^ Verband (in German) NOFV website, accessed: 7 April 2015

External links

  • DFB website (in German) (in English)
  • NOFV website (in German)

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