… runs south from the Brandenburg Gate to Tempelhof by way of Kreuzberg.
That is, it passes through relatively nondescript housing areas. Yet, that is where many important events in football history took place. This route ends at what used to be Viktoria-Platz (Victoria square) in Mariendorf, but its focal point is the Tempelhofer Feld, which quite rightly can be called the cradle of German football. In terms of content, the focus of this route segment is on the beginnings of football in imperial Germany; a general outlook on football’s future development is, of course, also included. This section of the route has a total of 11 stations and also offers a clear picture of the various phases of Berlin’s development as a city.
The secondary route 1 branches off at the Tempelhofer Feld; its prominent endpoint is the home stadium of the association football club 1. FC Union at the Alte Försterei.
Für die FUSSBALL ROUTE BERLIN hat der ADFC Berlin eine familienfreundliche Streckenführung entwickelt und einen Fahrrad-Routenplan erstellt. Sie können einen GPS-Track laden.