The 1998–99 season was the eighth time Tennis Borussia Berlin played in the 2. Fußball-Bundesliga, the second highest tier of the German football league system. After 34 league games, Tennis Borussia finished 6th. The club had a long run in the DFB-Pokal; making it to the quarter-finals where they lost 2–1 after extra time away to SV Werder Bremen. Ilija Aračić scored eight of the club's 47 league goals before his mid-season move to local rivals Hertha BSC.

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  • The 1998–99 season was the eighth time Tennis Borussia Berlin played in the 2. Fußball-Bundesliga, the second highest tier of the German football league system. After 34 league games, Tennis Borussia finished 6th. The club had a long run in the DFB-Pokal; making it to the quarter-finals where they lost 2–1 after extra time away to SV Werder Bremen. Ilija Aračić scored eight of the club's 47 league goals before his mid-season move to local rivals Hertha BSC. (en)
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  • Winkler
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  • Böhme
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  • Isa
  • Lust
  • Schmidt
  • Addo
  • Coulibaly
  • Tchami
  • Guié-Mien
  • Thom
  • Schmitz
  • Marić
  • Konetzke
  • Rydlewicz
  • Tare
  • Hamann
  • Koçak
  • Flo
  • Krieg
  • Szewczyk
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  • Brdarić
  • Copado
  • Feinbier
  • Helbig
  • Younga-Mouhani
  • Ahanfouf
  • Cichon
  • Möckel
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  • Rösler
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  • Hecking
  • Lünsmann
  • Kushev
  • Dragóner
  • Neustädter
  • von Ahlen
  • Addo Jurić Pirvu
  • Addo Leśniak
  • Ahanfouf Lust Oberleitner Rraklli
  • Akrapović Aračić Dermech
  • Akrapović Can Melzig Raičković Szewczyk
  • Akrapović Kovacec
  • Akrapović Melzig Mičevski
  • Akrapović Melzig Szewczyk
  • Akrapović Raičković
  • Allievi Martin Schmugge
  • Aračić Akrapović Walker Namdar
  • Bieber Quallo
  • Blank Lala
  • Bozinov Canale Choroba
  • Bulajič
  • Can Copado Ćurko Melzig
  • Can Dermech Kovacec Walker
  • Can Dermech Walker
  • Cartus
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  • Ciuca Lipinski
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  • Copado Ćurko Hamann Raičković
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  • Dragóner Kranz Scholz Zernicke
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  • Grauer Nikolic Spiżak
  • Hamann Akrapović
  • Hamann Kern
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  • Helbig Zöphel
  • Hofschneider Peeters Rydlewicz Stratos
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  • --03-01
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  • Wolfgang Stark
  • Herbert Fandel
  • Peter Sippel
  • Florian Meyer
  • Franz-Xaver Wack
  • Hermann Albrecht
  • Knut Kircher
  • Thorsten Kinhöfer
  • Christian Schößling
  • Markus Schmidt
  • Peter Gagelmann
  • Alfons Berg
  • Bernd Hauer
  • Detlef Scheppe
  • Dirk Margenberg
  • Jürgen Jansen
  • Volker Wezel
  • Bernhard Zerr
  • Burkhard Hufgard
  • Christian Wack
  • Frank Gettke
  • Manfred Haupt
  • Ralf Hilmes
  • Winfried Buchhart
  • Wolfgang Friedrichs
  • Stephan Kammerer
  • Detlef Schütz
  • Juan-Carlos Ortolá-Knopp
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  • The 1998–99 season was the eighth time Tennis Borussia Berlin played in the 2. Fußball-Bundesliga, the second highest tier of the German football league system. After 34 league games, Tennis Borussia finished 6th. The club had a long run in the DFB-Pokal; making it to the quarter-finals where they lost 2–1 after extra time away to SV Werder Bremen. Ilija Aračić scored eight of the club's 47 league goals before his mid-season move to local rivals Hertha BSC. (en)
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  • 1998–99 Tennis Borussia Berlin season (en)
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