When and where?
SUMMERSEASON:(March 31st toSeptember 30th)
Wednesday, 8pm - 10 pm
SV Blau-Gelb Frankfurt
Am Ginnheimer Wäldchen 3, 60431 Frankfurt am Main
Subway U1 to station "Niddapark"
outdoor artificial turf
Thursday no training!
Tuesday, 8:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Sporthalle of the Goethe-Gymnasium (upper gym), Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 24 in Frankfurt. Take the subway or S-Bahn to the main train station, then the 16 or 17 tram to the stop "Hohenstaufenstraße".
Thursday, 8:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Sporthalle of the Karmeliterschule, Moselstraße 11, 60329 Frankfurt am Main. Take Metro U4 or U5 or S-Bahn to main train station, then Tram Line 11 or 12 to the stop "Hauptbahnhof/Münchener Straße".
No indoor training is held on holidays and during school vacations.
Must I attend training regularly?
Yes, you really should, as it is a team sport and the team must train together to be prepared for tournaments.
Who may attend?
Anyone who can run and knows that the ball is round is welcome to join us. Regular attendance is really important, so that we can build 2-3 teams with four players each that then play against one another.
Previous experience is not required. Beginners and advanced players play together.
What must I bring?
Training clothes, shorts (or long sweat pants) and gym shoes. We'll teach you team spirit and ensure that you are integrated into the team. Fear not!
10 minutes of warm-up: running and stretching. Then we build 2-3 teams that then play against each other. We also do other exercises to ensure that everyone has a good time and does not get bored.
Training goal: to develop a solid team that plays well together and where each player is supportive of the others.
Does it cost me any more than the basic FVV membership fee?
No. Of course, tournament participation fees are extra, as well as transportation, food and lodging costs.
Does the group also participate in tournaments and workshops?
Yes, for example, we travel to Berlin, Hamburg, Karlsruhe and Cologne... and also to Barcelona, Paris, Prague, and to the Eurogames.
We have not yet played in either the Gay League nor in any non-gay leagues. The gay football (soccer) teams from Munich and Cologne do do this--but these teams train much more professionally.
If there is enough interest, we can organize games in the Rhein-Main area against other teams who play for fun as we do.
Division head: Salvo
Phone.: +49 (0) 178 - 266 76 12
"Come chip, charge, pass and penetrate with us! No red cards given for trying!"