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.
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.
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.
We are looking forward to exciting matches at the eleventh edition of the StartschussMasters on 5h November 2016 and a great weekend with you here in Hamburg. As usual, we start with a warm up at the “Wunderbar”, Talstraße 14 in Hamburg-St. Pauli on Friday, 4th Novemeber. Doors will be open from 7 p.m. for a chat and at 9 p.m. we will start the group draw for the matches on sunday.
We rented three indoor football fields at the Sportpark Öjendorf (address: Koolbargenredder 31 – 33). Each team will have four field players plus goalie. Kick-off is on Saturday at 10 a.m.
We are proud to have following teams in the tournament, fighting for the trophy:
FVV Manndecker, Frankfurt
Team Nordic Temptation aus Schweden
SC AufRuhr, Bochum
Anyway Hot Shots, Köln
Pan Fodbold I und II , Dänemark
FC Vorstoß, Stuttgart
Rosa Teufel, Kaiserslautern
FC Paris Lutece, Frankreich
Vorspiel, Berlin and the home teams
Ballboys Hamburg I and II
A great international line up. We are especially happy about the support of the politics in Hamburg in form of our patron Farid Müller who once again invited us to the Hamburg town hall for the award ceremony on saturday evening.
After that we offer a common dinner. You also have the possibility for private housing at the place of one of our club members. Just write a message to Moritz, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Have a nice trip to Hamburg and a great weekend. See you at the Startschuss Masters 2016!
We have received the first registrations for the StartschussMasters 2016. We are happy to meet our friends from Frankfurt, Bochum, Cologne, Hamburg, Kaiserslautern, Stuttgart and Mannheim. And we are very proud to announce that we’ll have once again international particpants: The Team Nordic Tempation comes from Sweden and we have visitors from Pan Fodbold Copenhagen from Denmark.
We are a litte bit late, but finally we start the registration for the ninth StartschussMasters. Matches will take place on 5th November 2016, the tournament fee is 90 Euro per team, and we’d be happy to see you all again.
We cannot only offer a well organized indoor tournament on excellent astroturf, we’ll also have an entertaining social programme with party and prominent guests. Signup here and challenge last years’ winner, the GFC Friends Prague.
Save the date: Am 5. November 2016 rollt wieder beim StartschussMasters der Ball. Nach der IGLFA European Championship im vergangenen Sommer freuen wir uns, mit unseren Gästen diesmal wieder in die Halle zugehen.
We’re looking forward to the kick-off on 5th November 2016. After the IGLFA European Championship last summer we’re happy to invite our guests to our indoor tournament this time.
The registration for the StartschussMasters 2014 is completed, all 16 slots haven been filled. Once again the tournament keeps its international character. So we are happy not only about the participation of teams from germany, but also from England, Sweden and the Czech Republic.
A very warm welcome to the “Rathauskicker” – the football team of the Hamburg Regional state parliament.
Teams from Germany:
Mainkikker Frankfurt (Frankfurt)
Leinebagger Hannover SLS (Hanover)
SC AufRuhr (Bochum)
Wildboys Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe)
AndroGym e.V. (Muenster)
Rainbow Balls (Lienen)
Vorspiel SSL I (Berlin)
Vorspiel SSL II (Berlin)
Ballboys I (Hamburg)
Ballboys II (Hamburg)
Stockholm Snipers (Stockholm)
GFC Friends Prague (Prague)
Leftfooters FC (London)
For all of you who like to plan in advance and think bigger: Startschuss and the Ballboys are hosts of the Euro Cup next summer. The registration for the IGLFA European Championship III has already begun. Click here for more information.
The European Football Championship for gays and lesbians 2015 is being held in Hamburg. As the sports club Startschuss SLSV Hamburg e.V. announced on Monday, the concept submitted of the club has won the favour of the International Gay And Lesbian Football Association (IGLFA). From June 11th to 14th 2015 more than 30 gay and lesbian football teams and over 400 participants are expected in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. The tournament games on the 12th and 13th of June will be held on the football pitches of the HSV’s youth academy in Norderstedt. An opening party with the drawing of the groups as well as a closing ceremony with nomination of the Champions are scheduled. The patronage has been taken by Hamburg’s first mayor Olaf Scholz. The politician of the social-democratic party of Germany (SPD) speaks of an outstanding sporting event under the sign of equal treatment.