Kooperation Beach Handball

Munich gets richer by one attraction. The new multifunctional sports arena in the Olympic Park, future home ground of the EHC Red Bull Munich and FC Bayern Basketball, is coming. Naming Right Partner SAP and Red Bull praised a unique social media campaign titled #NameGameOn to find a suitable name.

Over the past 8 days, Munich and Berlin have been the scene of many exciting matches of the Handball World Championship 2019. Now both cities have closed their gates. In addition to the sporting highlights, the fans from all over the world experienced great attractions in sold-out halls and visited the Fanzones around and in the arenas.

Tonight at 6:15 pm the time has come: Germany opens the Handball World Championship against the united team from Korea! The excitement and anticipation are on the increase, even at mm sports, which is responsible for the design and implementation of the Fanzones in Berlin, Munich and Cologne for the German Handball Federation (DHB).

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.