It bowed out of East German rugby history by winning the cup competition as well that year.With the German reunion, the changes in society and the freedom of travel, the club experienced a substantial loss of players.
The small bar serves a selection of cocktails and ales.
You can start your day with a buffet breakfast, which costs EUR 16 per person per night.
Stahl, until the German reunion, continued to provide the core of the national team.
In 1977, Erwin Thiesies finally retired as the club's coach and was replaced by Wolfgang Götsch, a 20-time GDR international with 700 games for Stahl to his name.
The club, located in former East Germany, was the most successful rugby team in the country, having won 27 national championships from 1952 to 1990, when the last championship was held.
The term Stahl is the German word for steel and refers to the club's connection to the local steelworks.Guests can rent cars and bicycles to explore the local area.The on-site spa facilities include a solarium, a spa lounge and a sauna.Two years later, in 2000, the club returned to the Rugby-Bundesliga.But again the club lasts for only one season, returning to the 2nd Bundesliga in 2001.After originally playing sides from Berlin, the club soon established contacts to teams in Hanover.