Hertha BSC GmbH & Co. KGaA
Founded in 1892, Hertha BSC is the most successful club in Berlin. The club, represented by the management board of Michael Preetz and Ingo Schiller, created a distinctive and successful youth development program. The junior teams belong to the elite of the country. Olympic stadium Berlin, the home of the club, one of the most modern arenas in Europe, was the venue of the 2006 FIFA World Cup final. Hertha BSC extends its brand off the field with extensive community outreach activities throughout Berlin.