From lions to Latin, symbols to ships, this is the definitive century of best-ever football badges
BADGES! From lions to Latin, symbols to ships, this is the definitive century of best-ever football badges
Less than two weeks after last season's final, the draw for the 2015-16 DFB Pokal first round has been made.
Jerome Boateng Jerome Boateng saw red and Arjen Robben returned to action as Bayern Munich were beaten by second-tier Karlsruhe.
Holders Bayern Munich will start their DFB-Pokal defence with a trip to 3. Liga side Preussen Munster on Sunday.
Nicolai Müller Nicolai Muller was the hero for Hamburg as they again escaped Bundesliga relegation in a thrilling play-off with Karlsruher.
Anthony Ujah and Fin Bartels struck in extra time to put Werder Bremen in the second round of the DFB-Pokal.
Jens Todt Jens Todt worked in Hamburg's youth system before leaving for Karlsruhe, where he returns from to become the new sporting director.
Rafael van der Vaart Coach Bruno Labbadia, goalkeeper Rene Adler and captain Rafael van der Vaart could barely believe Hamburg's escape at Wildparkstadion.
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