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The side was then immediately re-formed under the name Chemnitzer BC , which assumed the history of the old club. In the aftermath of the conflict, most organizations in Germany, including sports and football clubs, were dissolved by the Allied occupation authorities.
Upon the renaming of the city of Chemnitz to Karl-Marx-Stadt in , the club followed suit and assumed the new city name as well.
The football department was then once again separated from the sports club as FC Karl-Marx-Stadt in , under a government plan to establish a number of football clubs as centres throughout the country intended to identify and develop talent in support of a strong national side.
When the city re-claimed its original name in , the team followed suit to become Chemnitzer FC. After joining the DDR-Oberliga for the —63 season , the club generally earned uninspiring results, most often finishing in the lower half of the league table.
The club enjoyed its best international turn in , advancing through two preliminary rounds to the Round of 16 of the —90 UEFA Cup before being knocked out against Juventus.
In the same season the team finished as runners-up in the East German championship, second to Dynamo Dresden on goal differential.
After German reunification in , Chemnitzer FC qualified for the 2. Beginning with the —92 season , Chemnitz spent five years in the second tier of German football until being relegated to the then third-tier Regionalliga in , and also advanced to the semifinal of the —93 DFB-Pokal during this time.
Since then, the importance of the club has faded. The following four years were evenly split between the Regionalliga and the 2.
The last couple of years, however, saw the club slowly rising through the German league system once again with promotions to the now fourth-tier Regionalliga in and the 3.
In , the club relegated to the fourth league. Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The recent season-by-season performance of the club: It first played at this level from to with a runners-up finish in as its best result.
After relegation and an absence of thirteen seasons the team returned to the Oberliga in The team also made a losing appearance in the Saxony Cup final.
Until the facility was officially known as "Dr. On 1 June , the city was officially renamed. After the reunification of Germany on 3 October , the city of Chemnitz faced several difficult tasks.
Many inhabitants migrated to the former West Germany and unemployment in the region increased sharply; in addition Chemnitz did not have adequate shopping facilities, but this was increasingly demanded.
Chemnitz is the only major German city whose centre was re-planned after , similar to the reconstruction of several other German cities in the immediate post-war years.
Plans for the recovery of a compressed city centre around the historic town hall in led to an urban design competition. The mooted project on an essentially unused area of the former city would be comparable in circumference with the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.
Numerous internationally renowned architects such as Hans Kollhoff , Helmut Jahn and Christoph Ingenhoven provided designs for a new city centre.
The mids began the development of the inner city brownfields around the town hall to a new town. In Chemnitz city more than 66, square meters of retail space have emerged.
The intensive development included demolition of partially historically valuable buildings from the period and was controversial.
In late August the city was the site of a series of protests that attracted at least 8, people. The protests were also attended by some far-right and Neo-Nazi groups.
News outlets reported about mob violence and riots. The protests started after two immigrants were arrested in connection with the murder of Daniel H.
Violent clashes occurred between far-right protesters and far-left counter protesters, leading to injuries. The mobs outnumbered the local police presence.
There were reports that rightist protesters chased down dark skinned bystanders and those that appeared to be foreigners on the streets before more police arrived and intervened.
The riots were widely condemned by media outlets and politicians throughout Germany, and were "described as reminiscent of civil war and Nazi pogroms.
The reports of mob violence and riots were criticized as incorrect later on. One week after the protests, a free "Concert against the Right" under the motto "We are more" wirsindmehr attracted an audience of some 65, people.
The concert itself has been criticized for far-left activities and violent song texts of some of the participating bands  .
Theater Chemnitz offers a variety of theatre: Tourist sights include the Kassberg neighborhood with 18th and 19th century buildings and the Karl Marx Monument by Lev Kerbel , nicknamed Nischel a Saxon dialect word for head by the locals.
Landmarks include the Old Town Hall with its Renaissance portal 15th century , the castle on the site of the former monastery, and the area around the opera house and the old university.
The most conspicuous landmark is the red tower built in the late 12th or early 13th century as part of the city wall.
The Chemnitz petrified forest is located in the courtyard of Kulturkaufhaus Tietz. It is one of the very few in existence, and dates back several million years.
Also within the city limits, in the district of Rabenstein, is the smallest castle in Saxony, Rabenstein Castle. The city has changed considerably since German reunification.
Most of its industry is now gone and the core of the city has been rebuilt with many shops as well as huge shopping centres.
The Museum Gunzenhauser , formerly a bank, opened on 1 December Alfred Gunzenhauser , who lived in Munich, had a collection of some 2, pieces of modern art , including many paintings and drawings by Otto Dix , Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and others.
The Botanischer Garten Chemnitz is a municipal botanical garden , and the Arktisch-Alpiner Garten der Walter-Meusel-Stiftung is a non-profit garden specializing in arctic and alpine plants.
View over Falkeplatz during night time. Chemnitz University of Technology. Chemnitz petrified forest inside the Kulturkaufhaus Tietz. Heavy destruction in World War II as well as post-war demolition to erect a truly socialist city centre left the city with a vast open space around its town hall where once a vibrant city heart had been.
Because of massive investment in out-of-town shopping right after reunification, it was not until that major building activity was started in the centre.
Comparable to Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, a whole new quarter of the city was constructed in recent years.
The local and regional economic structure is characterized by medium-sized companies, with the heavy industrial sectors of mechanical engineering, metal processing, and vehicle manufacturing as the most significant industries.
About , people are employed, of whom about 46, commute from other municipalities. Volkswagen is the largest employer in the Chemnitz-Zwickau Agglomeration.
Chemnitz is the centerpiece of tourism in the Ore Mountains. After German reunification Saxony faced a significant population decrease. Since Chemnitz has lost more than 20 percent of its inhabitants.
In the BBC reported the city of Chemnitz had the lowest birth rate in the world. The motorway junction Kreuz Chemnitz is situated in the northwestern area of the city.
The motorway A72 between Borna and Leipzig is still under construction. Within the administrative area of Chemnitz there are eight motorway exits Ausfahrt.
The A4 motorway is part of the European route E40 , one of the longest European E roads, connecting Chemnitz with the Asian Highway system to the east and France to the west.
Public transport within Chemnitz is provided with tram and bus, as well as by the Stadtbahn. Nowadays, the city and its surroundings are served by one Stadtbahn line, five lines of the Chemnitz tramway network , 27 city bus lines, as well as several regional bus lines.
At night, the city is served by two bus lines, two tram lines, and the Stadtbahn line. The length of the tram, Stadtbahn and bus networks is Near Chemnitz there are three airports, including the two international airports of Saxony in Dresden and Leipzig.
Chemnitz Hauptbahnhof , the main train station of Chemnitz. Tram station at Main Stadion at night. The small commercial airport Flugplatz Chemnitz-Jahnsdorf.
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