PAN Foldbold wins StartschussMasters 2019

PAN Fodbold from Copenhagen has won our tournament in 2019. In the final the danishmen beat Quadratekicker Mannheim 5-4 on penalties. You can watch the last seconds of the dramatic match hier:

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Patron Farid Müller invited the participants to the awards ceremonty at the Hamburg town hall. Professional football player Jan-Philipp Kalla (from FC St. Pauli playing in 2nd Bundesliga) passed over the trophies. He called to take a stand against homophobia and sexism. His speech in german language is here:

Play with us on 2nd November 2019!

Once again we’re happy to host the StartschussMasters on 2nd November 2019. It’s already the 14th edition of our tournament! Same procedure as every year: We play on astroturf in the soccerhall of the Sportpark Öjendorf (4+1) and are looking forward to the award ceremony in the Emperor’s Hall of the Hamburg Townhall, in which we will have a reception by our patron Farid Müller.

With a click here you can register your team!

While the terms and conditions are fixed, we are having a look at the tournament rules and might decide for minor changes..


Regular guests, newcomers and comebacks: All slots reserved!

The StartschussMasters 2018 will be once again an international event: With registrations from Germany, England, Sweden and Slovenia, all 16 slots have been reserved.

Among the participants are regular guests like SC Aufruhr from Bochum in Germany, newcomers like Howie’s Angels (England) or sLOVEnia Shooters (Slovenia) and we have a comeback of Leinebagger Hannover (Germany). We’re also happy to see our “straight allies” from DJK Hamburg once again.

There are further teams on the waiting list. Therefore we would kindly ask all the registered teams to send us the tournament fee, if not already done.

We’re looking forward to a great tournament on 3rd November!

Mannheim first time to win the StartschussMasters

A historical moment: In 2017, Quadratekicker Mannheim has won for the first time the StartschussMasters in Hamburg. The boys with the charming dialect defeated Vorspiel Berlin in the final 3:1.

At the award ceremony in the town hall, former Bundesliga manager Ewald Lienen passed over the trophies together with StartschussMasters patron Farid Müller.

The results:

Former Bundesliga coach Lienen will hand over the trophies

Ewald Lienen, technical director of FC St. Pauli

The winners of the StartschussMasters 2017 will get the cup out of the hands of Ewald Lienen! We’re happy to announce that the technical director of the FC St. Pauli will be guest of the ceremony on 4th November in the town hall. Lienen has been fielded 333 times in the german Bundesliga and continued his career for more than 20 years as team manager (for example 1. FC Köln, Hannover 96, Panonios Athen and finally FC St. Pauli).

16 teams from Germany and some other European countries will have the possibility to take part in the StartschussMasters. Already registerd are last year’s finalists Pan Fodbold (Copenhagen) and RosaTeufel (Kaiserslautern), as well es Gmadrid (Spain), Nordic Temptation (Sweden), DJK Hamburg and Vorspiel Berlin. Further teams can register here.

Register now for the tournament 2017!

It’s already the twelveth edition: On 4th November the StartschussMasters will take place – Hamburg’s gay football tournament. Challenge last year’s winner PAN Fodbold Kopenhagen.

We make it somehow traditional and will have our group draw and opening party at the “Wunderbar” like in the last years. Matches will again take place at the Sportpark Öjendorf. And the tournament fee has not changed as well, it’s 90 Euros.

Register your team and click here!

Important info for your underground to the soccer hall

The way with the underground to the soccer hall tomorrow is unfortunately a bit more complicated because of construction work. For the part between the stations “Horner Rennbahn” and “Billstedt” you need to change into buses (german: Schienenersatzverkehr, SEV). At Billstedt you need to change back into the underground for the final part of the trip to the station “Steinfurther Allee”. This will take 15 minutes longer.

For a map for your way by foot from the underground station “Steinfurther Allee” to the soccer hall, click here.