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List of East German football champions

The East German football champions were the annual winners of the DDR-Oberliga. The 1948 and 1949 East German champions were determined in a single elimination tournament of three rounds. A nationwide football league, the DDR-Oberliga, was established for the 1949–50 season.[1] The Oberliga was dissolved after the 1990–91 season.

Season Champion Runners-up Third Top scorer (goals)
1948 Planitz, SGSG Planitz (1) Halle, SG FreiimfeldeSG Freiimfelde Halle
1949 Halle, ZSG UnionZSG Union Halle (1) Erfurt, SG FortunaSG Fortuna Erfurt
1949–50 Zwickau, ZSG HorchZSG Horch Zwickau (1) Dresden-Friedrichstadt, SGSG Dresden-Friedrichstadt Dessau, BSG WaggonbauBSG Waggonbau Dessau East Germany Satrapa, HeinzHeinz Satrapa (23)
1950–51 Leipzig, BSG ChemieBSG Chemie Leipzig (1) Erfurt, BSG TurbineBSG Turbine Erfurt Zwickau, BSG MotorBSG Motor Zwickau East Germany Schöne, JohannesJohannes Schöne (37)
1951–52 Halle, BSG TurbineBSG Turbine Halle (2) Dresden, SG VolkspolizeiSG Volkspolizei Dresden Leipzig, BSG ChemieBSG Chemie Leipzig East Germany Krause, RudolfRudolf Krause (27)
1952–53 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (1) Aue, WismutWismut Aue Zwickau, BSG MotorBSG Motor Zwickau East Germany Arlt, HarryHarry Arlt (26)
1953–54 Erfurt, BSG TurbineBSG Turbine Erfurt (1) Leipzig, BSG ChemieBSG Chemie Leipzig Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden East Germany Satrapa, HeinzHeinz Satrapa (21)
1954–55 Erfurt, SC TurbineSC Turbine Erfurt (2) Karl-Marx-Stadt, SC WismutSC Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt Leipzig, SC RotationSC Rotation Leipzig East Germany Tröger, WillyWilly Tröger (22)
1955 [OL 1][2] Karl-Marx-Stadt, SC WismutSC Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt [3] Rostock, SC EmporSC Empor Rostock Berlin, SC DynamoSC Dynamo Berlin East Germany Seligow, KlausKlaus Seligow (12)
1956 Karl-Marx-Stadt, SC WismutSC Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt (1) Brieske-Senftenberg, SC AktivistSC Aktivist Brieske-Senftenberg Leipzig, SC LokomotiveSC Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany Lindner, ErnstErnst Lindner (18)
1957 Karl-Marx-Stadt, SC WismutSC Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt (2) Berlin, ASK VorwärtsASK Vorwärts Berlin Leipzig, SC RotationSC Rotation Leipzig East Germany Kaulmann, HeinzHeinz Kaulmann (15)
1958 Berlin, ASK VorwärtsASK Vorwärts Berlin (1) Jena, SC MotorSC Motor Jena Brieske-Senftenberg, SC AktivistSC Aktivist Brieske-Senftenberg East Germany Mueller, HelmutHelmut Müller (17)
1959 Karl-Marx-Stadt, SC WismutSC Wismut Karl-Marx-Stadt (3) Berlin, ASK VorwärtsASK Vorwärts Berlin Berlin, SC DynamoSC Dynamo Berlin East Germany Bauchspieß, BerndBernd Bauchspieß (18)
1960 Berlin, ASK VorwärtsASK Vorwärts Berlin (2) Berlin, SC DynamoSC Dynamo Berlin Leipzig, SC LokomotiveSC Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany Bauchspieß, BerndBernd Bauchspieß (25)
1961–62[OL 2][4] Berlin, ASK VorwärtsASK Vorwärts Berlin (3) Rostock, SC EmporSC Empor Rostock Berlin, SC DynamoSC Dynamo Berlin East Germany Bialas, ArthurArthur Bialas (23)
1962–63 Jena, SC MotorSC Motor Jena (1) Rostock, SC EmporSC Empor Rostock Berlin, ASK VorwärtsASK Vorwärts Berlin East Germany Ducke, PeterPeter Ducke (19)
1963–64 Leipzig, BSG ChemieBSG Chemie Leipzig (2) Rostock, SC EmporSC Empor Rostock Leipzig, SCSC Leipzig East Germany Backhaus, GerdGerd Backhaus (15)
1964–65 Berlin, ASK VorwärtsASK Vorwärts Berlin (4) Jena, SC MotorSC Motor Jena Leipzig, BSG ChemieBSG Chemie Leipzig East Germany Bauchspieß, BerndBernd Bauchspieß (14)
1965–66 Berlin, FC VorwärtsFC Vorwärts Berlin (5) Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany Frenzel, HenningHenning Frenzel (22)
1966–67 Karl-Marx-Stadt, FCFC Karl-Marx-Stadt (1) Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig Zwickau, BSG MotorBSG Motor Zwickau East Germany Rentzsch, HartmundHartmund Rentzsch (17)
1967–68 Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena (2) Rostock, FC HansaFC Hansa Rostock Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg East Germany Kostmann, GerhardGerhard Kostmann (15)
1968–69 Berlin, FC VorwärtsFC Vorwärts Berlin (6) Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg East Germany Kostmann, GerhardGerhard Kostmann (18)
1969–70 Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena (3) Berlin, FC VorwärtsFC Vorwärts Berlin Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden East Germany Skrowny, OttoOtto Skrowny (12)
1970–71 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (2) Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena Hallescher FC Chemie East Germany Kreische, Hans-JürgenHans-Jürgen Kreische (17)
1971–72 Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg (1) Berliner FC Dynamo Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden East Germany Kreische, Hans-JürgenHans-Jürgen Kreische (14)
1972–73 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (3) Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg East Germany Kreische, Hans-JürgenHans-Jürgen Kreische (26)
1973–74 Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg (2) Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden East Germany Matoul, Hans-BertHans-Bert Matoul (20)
1974–75 Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg (3) Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden East Germany Vogel, ManfredManfred Vogel (17)
1975–76 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (4) Berliner FC Dynamo Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg East Germany Kreische, Hans-JürgenHans-Jürgen Kreische (24)
1976–77 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (5) Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany Streich, JoachimJoachim Streich (17)
1977–78 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (6) Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg Berliner FC Dynamo East Germany Havenstein, KlausKlaus Havenstein (15)
1978–79 Berliner FC Dynamo (1) Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany Streich, JoachimJoachim Streich (23)
1979–80 Berliner FC Dynamo (2) Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany Kuehn, DieterDieter Kühn (21)
1980–81 Berliner FC Dynamo (3) Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg East Germany Streich, JoachimJoachim Streich (20)
1981–82 Berliner FC Dynamo (4) Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany Schnuphase, RüdigerRüdiger Schnuphase (19)
1982–83 Berliner FC Dynamo (5) Frankfurt, FC VorwärtsFC Vorwärts Frankfurt Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany Streich, JoachimJoachim Streich (19)
1983–84 Berliner FC Dynamo (6) Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany Ernst, RainerRainer Ernst (20)
1984–85 Berliner FC Dynamo (7) Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany Ernst, RainerRainer Ernst (24)
1985–86 Berliner FC Dynamo (8) Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig Jena, FC Carl ZeissFC Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany Sträßer, RalfRalf Sträßer (14)
1986–87 Berliner FC Dynamo (9) Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany Pastor, FrankFrank Pastor (17)
1987–88 Berliner FC Dynamo (10) Leipzig, 1. FC Lokomotive1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden East Germany Thom, AndreasAndreas Thom (20)
1988–89 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (7) Berliner FC Dynamo Karl-Marx-Stadt, FCFC Karl-Marx-Stadt East Germany Guetschow, TorstenTorsten Gütschow (17)
1989–90 Dresden, SG DynamoSG Dynamo Dresden (8) Karl-Marx-Stadt, FCFC Karl-Marx-Stadt Magdeburg, 1. FC1. FC Magdeburg East Germany Guetschow, TorstenTorsten Gütschow (18)
1990–91 Rostock, FC HansaFC Hansa Rostock (1) Dresden, 1. FC Dynamo1. FC Dynamo Dresden Erfurt, FC Rot-WeißFC Rot-Weiß Erfurt Germany Guetschow, TorstenTorsten Gütschow (20)

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