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It was from this union, Hertha derives its foundation date, too. For the next decade, the club did not particularly stand out of the ranks of Berlin football clubs.
Only in could it finally win a championship in the local Kreisklasse but the change in the German football league system , the introduction of the Gauligas , prevented the team from being promoted.
The club continued to struggle throughout this age and even had to form an on-the-field union with Union Lichterfelde to survive.
During the Second World War, play came almost completely to a halt. After the war, all previously existing clubs and associations were outlawed in Berlin and the former Hertha existed under the name of SG Zehlendorf for a while.
It entered the Amateurliga Berlin II in , a league that was played in a number of regional groups. It however became the first club in Berlin to receive a license in to revert to its original name by the allied occupation authorities.
On the field, the club qualified for the single-division Amateurliga in and immediately became a strong side in this league, winning the championship in The club's youth side took out its first Berlin championship in , a game played as a curtain raiser for a Germany versus Turkey friendly, in front of 60,, on 17 June The team entered the tier-one Oberliga Berlin for the —54 season, were all the big names of West Berlin football were playing in those days.
It found life at this level much harder and was immediately relegated again, finishing 11th out of 12 teams. Back in the Amateurliga, another championship was won and the club earned the right to return to the Oberliga.
In this league, the team would stay until , earning lower table finishes each season but surviving nevertheless. In , West German football was fundamentally changed with the introduction of the Bundesliga.
Below it, five regional leagues, the Regionalligas, were formed. Hertha did not apply for a spot in the new Bundesliga as only one club from Berlin was admitted and the bigger names in local football, Hertha BSC and Tasmania Berlin far out qualified the little club.
Instead, the club qualified for the new tier-two Regionalliga Berlin , a league it would belong to until its disbanding in In this league, Hertha continued its existence as an average side, at least for the first couple of seasons.
From , the club's results improved and it developed into an upper table side. In —69, the team achieved its greatest success so far, winning the Regionalliga and thereby qualifying for the promotion round to the Bundesliga.
The following season, the team repeated its success; winning the league once more and getting another try at Bundesliga promotion. The club finished one rank better this time, coming third but the Bundesliga spot went to Kickers Offenbach.
The club took out the second edition of the West German under championship that year, a huge success for the Hertha. From onwards, the club returned to its mid-table existence, staying out of relegation trouble but also not really in contention for another championship either.
In —71, Tasmania was all to dominating anyway, winning the league title and going broke two seasons later. For Hertha , the year was the last as a second division team, the introduction of the 2.
Bundesligas meaning the end for the five Regionalligas. To qualify for the new 2. Bundesliga Nord, the club had to be one of the two top clubs in its league but a fourth spot was not enough and it was demoted to the tier-three Amateurliga Berlin instead.
Hertha missed out on the league championship there in its first season, coming second by a point to Spandauer SV , who won promotion to the second division.
The next three seasons, the club spent in midfield but its youth teams once more impressed, reaching the final in both the under and the under German championships in In —79, it managed to win the league.
This entitled the club to take part in the promotion round to the 2. In Bremerhaven it held a 0—0 until four minutes from the end, seeing itself already in the second division but then OSC scored the winning goal and earned promotion on the away goal rule.
Its Berlin title qualified the club for the German amateur football championship , too, where it went all the way to the final and lost to ESV Ingolstadt.
The club continued to be a driving force in what was now renamed Amateur Oberliga Berlin, finishing in the top five all but once in the next twelve seasons.