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The football legend Felix Magath is coming back to Berlin! At least for a day. As a player, he was the director of the major Hamburg sports club in the 1970s and 80s and received numerous titles. Unforgettable: His dream goal against Juventus Turin in 1983.


In doing so, Felix Magath made HSV the winners of the European Cup. The strong left-footed Felix Magath followed his successful playing career as European champion, runner-up world champion and multiple German champion with an equally successful coaching career: he once saved Hertha BSC from relegation. His nickname: “Quälix”.

Despite all his triumphs, the son of a US soldier and a single mother has always maintained his clear and often merciless view of the football business. For many observers, Felix Magath is still a man of contradictions. Together with his long-time companion, the journalist Harald Kaiser, he wrote a biography about his life. The two talk about this with Frank Lüdecke, the cabaret artist and head of the cabaret theater DIE STACHELSCHWEINE, who is also a football columnist for the “Berliner Tagesspiegel” (“Running out with Lüdecke”) and for “Kicker”. It will certainly also be about the current situation in professional football. And Hertha BSC of course.

(Program in German)

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Dates
February 2024
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