The Royal Blues are in the League of Legends European Championship with their Esports team! For the coming season, Riot Games are turning the league into a franchise, therefore giving the League of Legends competition a new identity: There will be ten teams in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC).
On November 17, 2018, the hosts German Cancer Aid and 1. FSV Mainz 05 welcomed the FFIT participants from a total of 15 Bundesliga / 2. Bundesliga clubs. More than 200 motivated members identified in 59 pairings the eventual winner, the heated but fair matches were played in classic Soccer5 Courts. Highlight was the award ceremony and the coronation of FC Ingolstadt 04 as the first title holder.
With a well-attended vernissage entitled “like the honeybee, you took the best of me”, last Friday a new art exhibition started in the offices of the law firm Lentze Stopper and mm sports. Philipp Karl Moritz presents his works in the coming weeks in the offices of the two companies at Widenmayerstrasse 28 in Munich.
More than 700 men between the age of 35 and 65 have already lost an average of 6.11 kilograms and have changed their lifestyle sustainably. The twelve-week prevention program “Football Fans in Training” – intensively supported by the German Cancer Aid – is extremely successful also in its second year and has been further expanded to now 19 Bundesliga clubs.
Ashkan Maleki (Senior Director of Digital & Content, FC Schalke 04) and Daniel Battistel (Unit Director, mm sports) jointly present the project “Connected Badge” at this year’s “Spielmacherkonferenz”. The result is the most innovative fan shirt, that the Bundesliga has ever seen.
11 cities, 917 hours of live football, 646 bands, 323 hours of live music, 7.7 million visitors, free of charge and a peaceful celebration – numbers speak a definite language.
The Russian national team appeared on stage at the FIFA Fan Fest in Moscow to thank their fans for their support. The FIFA Fan Fest was the perfect place to do that …
The FIFA Fan Fest takes place every day in each of the 11 host cities of the FIFA World Cup in Russia – and it has become the “place to be” for international and Russian fans, day in day out, to celebrate the FIFA World Cup. FIFA’s Secretary General Fatma Samoura herself announced the stunning success that the 5 million visitors mark was reached with the end of the group stage.
21th June 2018 – FIFA Fan Fest – FIFA, the local organising committee and the 11 Russian host cities yesterday announced that the FIFA Fan Fest has already welcomed 2.5 million visitors, a milestone. Fans of all 32 teams have celebrated together, peaceful and colourful, at the FIFA Fan Fest events. To reach such a milestone that early seems to be the best proof that the FIFA Fan Fest, staged by FIFA since 2006 as part of the World Cup, are the best place outside the stadium to celebrate the FIFA World Cup.
Cheers in Glasgow! Germany will host the European championship in men’s handball for the first time in 2024! The German Handball Federation (DHB) won the tender in Glasgow. With 27 to 19 votes, this was decided by the European Federation EHF Congress on Wednesday afternoon in Glasgow.