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German Rowing Clubs in Berlin (a-f)

Berliner Ruderclubs (a-f)

Last modified: 2021-01-23 by klaus-michael schneider
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[DRV-pennant] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Apr 2006
pennant of the Deutscher Ruderverband (DRV, German Rowing Association) See also:

Source:
If source is not given explicitely, all information is available from the flag chart of : Rudersportalmanach 1977.


BRC Ägir

[BRC Ägir (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 01 Jan 2007

Name: Berliner-Ruder-Club "Ägir" e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 29 April 1914
It is a white flag divided by a light blue saltire. In its centre is a white roundel cotized light blue with a light blue 6-point star. There are inscriptions of the same colour: "B"(hoist), "R"(top), "C"(fly) and "Ägir"(bottom). The flag has a canton chequered four times four into red and white.
Source: flag chart
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 13 Nov 2008


ARC zu Berlin

[ARC zu Berlin (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 Aug 2008

Name: Akademischer Ruder-Club zu Berlin e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 29 June 1891
Akademischer Ruderclub zu Berlin e. V. was formed in 1949, when Akademischer Ruderverein zu Berlin, est. in 1891 in Berlin-Grünau (East Berlin), and Akademischer Ruder-Club Berlin, est. 1895 in Berlin-Spandau (West-Berlin) merged.
It is a white flag with a red cotised centred green cross. The canton is a smaller repetition of the pattern but the cross is green cotized.
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 Aug 2008

ARC Berlin

[ARC Berlin (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 June 2014

The white flag was divided by a green, centred cross. In the green canton was the black "Zirkel" of the fraternity.
The flag of ARV probably was similar, but with a red, cotized cross instead.
Source: Der Rudersport (weekly); edition I/31/31 July 1912
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 June 2014


ARG zu Berlin

[ARG zu Berlin (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 Aug 2008

Name: Akademische Rudergesellschaft zu Berlin e.V.
Located in: Berlin
It is a white flag with a blue cotized off-centred cross. In the canton is a blue "Zirkel" of the fraternity in a white field.
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 Aug 2008


ATV zu Berlin

[ATV zu Berlin RR (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 27 Nov 2008

Name: Ruderriege des Akademischen Turnvereins zu Berlin
Located in: Berlin
Established: 1 March 1896
It is awhite flag divided by a black cotized centred cross. The canton is a horizontal black over red over yellow tricolour superimposed by the fraternity's "Zirkel" in black (in white upon the black stripe). In the centre of flag is a white disc, surmounted by a black annulet with four red cross shaped "F"s, being the logo of German athletics association with the meaning: "fresh, faithful, happy, free" (German: frisch, fromm, fröhlich, frei).
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 27 Nov 2008


AHV Arminia

[AHV Arminia (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 Sep 2008

Name: Altherrenverband Arminia Berlin e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established:
It is a white flag divided by two black horizontal stripes with a black 6-point star in its centre. The canton is a black over red over yellow horizontal tricolour superimposed by the "Zirkel" of Arminia.
Source: flag chart of Märkischer RV (Version 29 July 2007)
For further information click:club webpage.

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 Sep 2008


BRK Astoria

[BRK Astoria (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider,29 Aug 2008

Name: Berliner Ruderklub "Astoria" e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 21 February 1913
It is a white flag with a blue cotized centred cross and a blue cotised saltire. The whole is superimposed by a white roundel containing a blue "A" in German Fraktur script. It looks like a Union Jack with different colours and a badge in the centre.
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 Aug 2008


RB Bismarck

[RB Bismarck (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 June 2014

Name: Ruderbund Bismarck e.V.
Located in: Berlin-Schöneberg
Established: unknown
Dissolved: unknown
The yellow flag was divided by a slightly off-centred black cross, superimposed in its centre by a red eagle in a red annulet. The base pattern is the same like that one of the rowing club in Lauenburg. The name giver Otto von Bismarck was appointed Duke of Lauenburg after his active service in Prussia.
Source: Der Rudersport (weekly); editions and: I/43/23 October 1912 and II/43/22 October 1913
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 June 2014


BSG BfA

[BSG BfA (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 23 Nov 2008

Name: Betriebs-Sport-Gemeinschaft der BfA e.V.
Located in: Berlin
It is a white flag with a black BfA-Logo in its centre.
BfA was the Bundesversicherungsanstalt für Angestellte, a German pension's fond. Meanwhile BfA and LVA merged, forming Deutsche Rentenversicherung. So the club was probably either dissolved or at least renamed.
Source: flag chart of Märkischer RV (Version 29 July 2007)
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 27 Nov 2008


BRK Brandenburgia

[BRK Brandenburgia (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Nov 2008

Name: Berliner Ruderklub "Brandenburgia" e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 3 February 1900
The flag is divided per bend sinister into red and white. In the red partition are the initials in Gothic letters, connected to a logo. In the white partition is a crowned red eagle, having an inescutcheon, probably the lesser arms of the Electorate of Brandenburg.
For further information click: club webpage
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Nov 2008


RV Collegia 1895

[RV Collegia 1895 (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 Apr 2006

Name: Ruderverein "Collegia" 1895 e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 8 May 1895
It is a blue flag with a white diamond, touching all the four edges of the flag, and a red 6-point-star in the centre of the flag.
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 Apr 2006


Berliner Damen RC

[Berliner Damen-RC (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Nov 2008

Name: Berliner Damen-Ruder-Club e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 31 May 1912
It is a white flag divided by a light blue cotized centred cross. The canton is a light blue over white horizontal bicolour. In the centre is a light blue disc surmounted by a white annulet with a white 6-point star in its centre.
Club for females only, which had only 18 members left in 1977, was dissolved between 1977 and 2004 and perhaps incorporated into Frauen-Ruder-Club Wannsee, the exact date I don't know.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Nov 2008


Deutscher Damen RK

[Deutscher Damen-RK (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 7 June 2014

Name: Deutscher Damen-Ruder-Klub e.V.
Located in: Berlin
It was a horizontal 6-stripes flag with alternating black and white stripes. In the red canton was an inscription in white initials: "DDRK". Black, white and red had been the colours of the German Empire. It was a club for females only.
Source: Der Rudersport (weekly); edition II/3/15 January 1913
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 7 June 2014


TuRV "Deutschland"

[TuRV "Deutschland" (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 16 Jan 2021

Name: Turn- und Ruder-Verein "Deutschland" e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established an dissolved: unknown The club was probably based in Berlin. The white flag was parted by a black cotised centred cross. In its centre was a red athletics cross. The logo has four red "F"s forming a cross and being the abbreviation of "Frisch Fromm Fröhlich Frei". The upper hoist quarter was again quartered of black (upper hoist), red (lower fly) and white (upper fly and lower hoist). The lower fly quarter was charged with black serifed initial "D".
Source: this webpage
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 16 Jan 2021


SVg Dresdenia Berlin

[SVg Dresdenia Ruder-Abt. (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider,26 Nov 2008

Name: Sportvereinigung "Dresdenia" Berlin e.V. Ruderabteilung
Located in: Berlin
Established: 29 July 1924
It is a green flag divided by a black cotized centred cross. In the centre is a white disc surmounted by a green annulet with a black winged stick in its centre, which is flanked by black capitals "D" and "B". The disc is an earlier logo of Dresdner Bank. So at least I believe.
For further information click: club webpage
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 26 Nov 2008


RR der Berliner Turnerschaft

[RR Turnerschaft Berlin (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider,

Name: Ruder-Riege der Berliner Turnerschaft (Korporation)
Located in: Berlin
Established: unknown
Dissolved: unknown
It was a black over white over black horizontal triband. In the middle of the white stripe was an Athletics' Cross. In the canton was a "B" placed unto a white, B-shaped field. Letter and cross probably were red. A "Korporation" is a fraternity.
Source: Der Rudersport (weekly); edition II/20/14 May 1913
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 June 2014


Einer-Club-Berlin

[Einer-Club-Berlin (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider and Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 7 June 2014

Name: Einer-Club-Berlin
The white flag is divided by a blue, cotised bend sinister. In the upper hoist corner is a blue 5-point star. In the lower fly corner is an inscription in black, dotted initials "E.C.".
Source: Der Rudersport (weekly); edition II/4/22 January 1913
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 7 June 2014


BRG Elektra

[BRG Elektra (RC, Germany)] image by Karl Thilo Scholz, 23 Feb 2009

Name: Berliner Rudergesellschaft "Elektra"
Located in: Berlin
Established: 29 February 1908
The flag is divided by a black cotized saltire. The hoist and fly quarters are horizintally divided into black over white over red, the colours of (2nd) German Empire). The other quarters are white containing a Gothic black capital "E"(top) and a black eagle(bottom).
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 9 Apr 2011
The club was re-established on 1 December 2007
Source: club's website
Karl Thilo Scholz, 23 Feb 2009


RV Empor

[RV Empor (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 16 Nov 2008

Name: Ruderverein Empor e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 24 April 1991
It is a white flag divided by a light blue, cotised, sinister bendy line with a white inscription "Empo"", the "E" being shaped like a blade. In the upper hoist are light blue capitals "RV".
Source:flag chart For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 16 Nov 2008


SV Energie Berlin

[BSV Energie Berlin Abt.Rudern (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 23 Nov 2008

Name: Sportverein "nergie"Berlin e.V. Abt.Rudern
Located in: Berlin
Established: 1 January 1952
It is a white over red horizontal bicolour.At the top edge is a red inscription "SV Energie Berlin e.V.". In the centre, slightly shifted to the bottom is a blue roundel, edged white with golden garlands in the upper half and red inscription "Energie Berlin" in the lower half of edge. In the blue field are two crossed oars having white blades with two vertical red stripes.
Source: flag chart
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 23 Nov 2008


Erster Berliner Schlittschuhsegler-Verein 1892

[1. Berl. Schlittschuhsegler V (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 June 2014

Name: Erster Berliner Schlittschuhsegler-Verein 1892
Located in: Berlin
Established: 1892
Dissolved: unknown
It was a black pennant with a white 6-point star shifted to the hoist.
Source: Der Rudersport (weekly); edition II/3/15 January 1913
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 18 June 2014


Frauen RC Wannsee

Name: Frauen-Ruder-Club Wannsee e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 8 May 1947
For further information click:club webpage.
for females only
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Jan 2008

flag

[Frauen RC Wannsee (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 1 Jan 2007

It is a white flag divided by a green cotised centred cross. In the canton are black capitals "FRCW" ordered bendily.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 1 Jan 2007

flag of Friedrichshagener Damen RC (1901-1977)

[Friedrichshagener Damen-RC (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 Apr 2006

Name: Friedrichshagener Damen-Ruder-Club 1901 e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 10 March 1901
It is a blue flag divided by a white saltire with white capital letters in the blue quarters: "D" (hoist) "F" (top) "R" (fly) and "C" (bottom).
The club was the oldest club for females only in Germany. In the 1960's the club began to run out of members and joined another females rowing club, the "Frauen-Ruder-Club-Wannsee e.V." in 1977.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 30 Apr 2006


RV Freya

[RV Freya Berlin (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 15 June 2014

Name: Ruder-Verein Freya e.V.
Located in: Berlin
The white flag was divided by a red saltire. In the centre of the hoist quarter was a red 6-point star.
Source: Der Rudersport (weekly); edition II/49/3 December 1913
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 15 June 2014


Friedrichshagener RV

[Friedrichshagener RV (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 22 Nov 2008

Name: Friedrichshagener Ruderverein e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 13 June 1991
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 22 Nov 2008

Historical topics:
"Friedrichshagener Ruder-Verein von 1892 e.V." was, like any sports club after WW2, forbidden by allied control board. (the flag of that club is depicted at "Rudervereinigung Hellas-Titania Berlin e.V.") In 1946 "Kommunale Wassersportgruppe Friedrichshagen" was established, organized by the local municipality. Already in 1949 it was changed into a BSG, sponsored by lines of production (some details of that processing you can see at: "RG Rotation"). The club was renamed "BSG Helios" and sponsored by "Wissenschaftlich-Technische Abteilung". During the following years the club was renamed six times, among those renaming were "TSG Oberschöneweide, Abt. Wuhlheide" in 1967 and "BSG Fernsehelektronik" (= TV electronics) in the 80ies of the 20th century. After German reunion the club renamed itself 1991 into "Friedrichshagener Ruderverein e.V.". The suffix "von 1892" remained reserved for "RV Hellas-Titania Berlin e.V.", which kept the former club's traditions and most of its members. Since 1991 the club used its current flag.
So this club has nothing to do with Friedrichshagner Ruderverein 1892, which is a predecessor of nowadays Hellas-Titania.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 4 Dec 2008

The flag is divided per bend sinister into white and red. In the upper hoist corner is a black logo consisting of the letters "F","R" and "V".
Source: flag chart
For further information click:club webpage.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 22 Nov 2008


RB Froh Volk

[RB Froh Volk (RC, Germany)] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 Oct 2008

Name: Ruderbund "Froh Volk" e.V.
Located in: Berlin
Established: 2 October 1917
It is a white flag with red stripes at the upper and lower edge. The white field is divided by a cross, its intersection point shifted to the hoist, superimposed by a red edged white disc with black capitals "FV". The horizontal cross bar is made of alternating red and white rectangles, the vertical cross bar is simply red.
for females only, must have been dissolved or merged with another club after 1977
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 Oct 2008


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