FC Spandau 06 is a German football German football clubs based in the Spandau district of Berlin. The club was formed out of the 2003 merger of the traditional side Spandauer Ballclub 1906 and newcomer 1. FC Spandau which was established in 1997.
After World War II occupying Allied authorities ordered the disbanding of most organizations in the country, including sports and football associations. In late 1945 the memberships of several pre-war clubs within the district were organized as a Sportgruppe (sports group) from which SBC emerged in 1953.
The club was promoted out of lower league city play into the Amateurliga Berlin (IV) in 1967 and played fourth and fifth tier football until the late 70s when they were elevated into the Amateur Oberliga Berlin (III) through league re-organization. SBC played at that level until 1993 never managing better than a 6th place finish. Another league re-organization pushed them down through fourth division into fifth tier play in the Verbandsliga Berlin (V) until they were again relegated in 2002 to the Landesliga Berlin-1 (VI).
The newly combined side steadly improved over the next few seasons and after a Landesliga Berlin (VI) championship in 2006 plays now in the Verbandsliga Berlin (V). They play their home matches in Sportplatz Ziegelhof which was built in 1951 and has a capacity of 3,000 (300 seats).