Abraham Leonardus (Bram) Appel (Rotterdam, 30 November 1921 - Geleen, 31 October 1997) was a Dutch football player. Appel played for ADO Den Haag in the Dutch league in the 1930s. He was forced to work in a factory in Berlin, Germany in 1942. The factory where he worked was bombed a year later, and Appel narrowly survived. During the war, Appel played for Hertha BSC and for an unofficial Dutch national team, made up of Dutch forced labourers.
Alexander Ludwig (born January 31, 1984) is a German footballer who plays as a midfielder, currently for 1860 Munich . Ludwig began his career with Hertha BSC, making four Bundesliga appearances, before joining Dynamo Dresden in August 2005. He moved to FC St. Pauli in 2007 after they beat Dynamo to promotion, and left for 1860 Munich two years later.
Axel Kruse (born 28 September 1967) is a former German football and American football player. Kruse was born in Wolgast, East Germany and played for several Bundesliga football clubs. After retiring from soccer, he played American football as a placekicker for NFL Europe’s team Berlin Thunder from 1999–2003.
Ellery Cairo (born August 3, 1978 in Rotterdam) is a Dutch footballer, currently playing for NAC Breda. He has also played for Feyenoord, Excelsior, FC Twente, SC Freiburg, Hertha BSC and Coventry City. He is a speedy midfield player with pace to burn and has enjoyed a couple of international call ups in which he did not feature in any of the games. Cairo was signed by Coventry City on 30 June 2007 on a free transfer from Hertha BSC.
Gojko Kačar is a Serbian footballer who currently plays for Hertha BSC and the Serbia national team. Gojko is related to the famous Serbian boxing family of the name Kačar. His uncle Slobodan Kačar won gold at the Moscow Olympics while Tadija Kačar won silver at the Montreal Olympics. Gojko himself continued the Olympic tradition of his family when he competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, People's Republic of China in match against Australia, August 7, 2008.
Lars Benno Magnusson, born 4 February 1953 in Ålem, Kalmar län, Småland, is a former Swedish footballer. He's a brother of fellow footballer Roger Magnusson. Benno Magnusson was a very popular player who got his breakthrough in Åtvidabergs FF when he became a Swedish champion 1972. He later became a professional in Germany with Hertha BSC and FC Kaiserslautern. He was a member of the Swedish national team in the 1974 FIFA World Cup.
Engin Verel (born 15 September 1956 in İstanbul) is former Turkish football player for Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray. He started his career in Davutpaşa then transferred to Galatasaray in 1973. The transferred to Fenerbahçe in 1975. He won 2 Turkish League titles with Fenerbahçe. He also played 26 times for Turkey, 3 times for Turkey U21 and 5 times for Turkey U18. He also played for Hertha BSC (1979-80) in Germany, for RSC Anderlecht (1980-81) in Belgium and for Lille OSC (1981-83) in France.
Erwin Kostedde (born May 21, 1946) is a German former footballer. He was the first black player to play for West Germany, and was the topscorer in the Belgian league in 1970-71 and in Ligue 1 in 1979-80.