Football

Football is considered the world’s most popular team sport. It originated in the 19th century and spread around the world. In Germany alone, there are now over 25,000 football clubs with almost seven million players. We at FVV have also been playing football for many years and can offer both indoors in winter and outdoors in summer.

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The sports halls are not open on public holidays or during school holidays.

Summer season – April to September

Wednesday, 20:00 – 22:00
SV Blau-Gelb Frankfurt grounds
(outdoor, artificial turf field)
At the Ginnheimer grove 3
60431 Frankfurt on the Main

Winter season – October to March

Tuesday, 20:30 – 22:00
Upper sports hall of Goethe-Gymnasium
(access to hall via Erlenstraße)
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 24, 60325 Frankfurt.

Previous experience is not necessary but certainly not a disadvantage. Anyone who can run and knows that the ball is round is welcome! It is important that enough people turn up to training so that we can form two to three teams to play against each other.

Training clothes, shorts or tracksuit bottoms, indoor shoes and shin guards.

The basic fee covers all hall and coaching costs. Balls are also provided by the club. For tournaments, there may be participation fees and travel, accommodation and catering costs that everyone has to pay for themselves. Before you have to pay membership, you can participate three times free of charge and with no obligation – just try it out. In addition to the standard membership fee, there are also special reductions (e.g. for students), and also temporary memberships. As a member, you can also take part in all other surcharge-free FVV sports.

We train regularly. This involves warming up together, running and stretching. We also organise training games against each other. Our training goal is to create a strong team that also harmonises well at tournaments.

We don’t play in a gay or regular league at present, but we’re working on it!

We travel to LGBT* tournaments across Europe and also take part in the EuroGames. Occasionally we also organize friendly matches against other recreational teams in the Rhine-Main area.

Contact

fussball@fvv.org
Head of division: Nicklas
+49 (0) 152 – 52 12 36 07