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FC Forstern is the top favorite among the U17s and also wants to annoy FC Bayern's U15s a bit with SG Moosinning. The Langengeislingen football women have a double program ahead of them.

FC Forstern is the top favorite among the U17s and also wants to annoy FC Bayern's U15s a bit with SG Moosinning.

The Langengeislingen football women have a double program ahead of them.

Langengeisling/Oberding – It will be a weekend with very little sleep for the FC Langengeisling footballers.

On Friday they make their way to SC Sand, 380 kilometers away.

The former Bundesliga club from Baden-Württemberg invites you to the indoor tournament.

And in addition to teams such as 1. FC Schweinfurt 05, Karlsruher SC and the French representative FC Mulhouse, the district premier league promoted team has just registered.

The FCL is not completely unknown there, as it had played its way into the final round in a top-class tournament - even before Corona.

Should the Geislingen team be as successful this time as well, it could be difficult for the tournament the day after: the Oberbayern final in women's football.

Proud organizer FC Schwaig

The Oberdinger Dreifachturnhalle (Hauptstr. 64) is all about women's football at the weekend.

On Saturday, the six best U13 and U17 teams will play their champions from 9.30 a.m., on Sunday it will be the turn of the U15 girls (9.30 a.m.) and women (2 p.m.).

The organizer is FC Schwaig, who, according to game director Birgit Schauer, had already applied for it before Corona.

"We are very proud that we can do this - in one of the most beautiful halls in Upper Bavaria," says Alfredo Sansone, head of the youth and women department at FCS and promises: "We are well prepared for it." FCS has its own team not at the start, the women had just failed in the qualification (we reported).

In general, the U13 field has no district participation.

On the other hand, FC Forstern's U17s, a team that Schauer says is the "clear favourite," will play in the afternoon.

In the Bayernliga, coach Max Kaifel's team has clearly won all games so far.

And FCF has already shown its class indoors, too, recently beating FC Bayern (we reported).

This time it's against FC Ingolstadt and traditionally strong women's teams from Munich (Wacker, FC Stern), but Forstern is quite capable of the big hit.

FCF Coach Kaifel: Bayernliga is more important

The team's focus is on the Bayernliga championship, says Kaifel.

"So we only go indoors with girls who are 100 percent symptom-free." The chances for the district final are "good, but the last tournaments have shown that anyone can beat anyone in the hall.

We were twice in the final against Bayern.

We won once and lost once on penalties.” His team is strong enough to go far.

"Often, however, the necessary luck is part of it, especially on the handball goals." With the many Bavarian and state league teams, anyone can beat anyone.

"All teams have it in these leagues, and unfortunately there are only four field players."


The Forsterner U 17 juniors are currently rushing from success to success.

In Oberding the chances are good for the next coup.

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Kaifel – like Schauer – sees FC Bayern as the clear favorites for the U15s because of their broader squad, “although the goal is to annoy Bayern a little and make them sweat.

Maybe the sensation will succeed in the end,” says Kaifel in the direction of SG Moosinning/Forstern.

FC Langengeisling sees itself as a clear outsider in the afternoon.

"The district final is very strong with two Bavarian league teams and two state league teams," says coach Stefan Karamatic, pointing out the tournament in sand - which has been fixed for months - and which will take quite a bit of effort.

"Since we won't be back until around 5 or 6 in the morning, I'm not very hopeful.

But we've already achieved the minimum goal with qualifying for the district finals.

Anything else is bonus.”

FCL women are blatant outsiders

There is no target here "apart from having fun with indoor football", says Karamatic, who has to do without important players on Sunday due to illness, "but the squad is well staffed to play with the big ones".

According to director Birgit Schauer, the favorites for women are FC Ingolstadt and FC Stern Munich.

The tournament winners qualify for the Bavarian championships, which take place on February 4th for the U17s in Dingolfing.

On February 11, the women will play in Bad Neustadt.

The U15 girls will round off the event on March 4th in Herrieden.

Tournament schedule U13

juniors (Sat., 9.30 a.m.):

FC Stern Munich, FFC Wacker Munich, SG Gröbenzell/Puchhiem, SG Penzberg, SV Aubing, TSV Rohrdorf.

U 15 juniors (Sunday, 9:30 a.m.):

FC Bayern Munich, FC Stern Munich, FFC Wacker Munich, SG Moosinning/Forstern, SG Penzberg, TSV Gilching.

U 17 juniors (Sat., 2 p.m.):

FC Forstern, FC Ingolstadt, FC Stern Munich, FFC Wacker Munich, SG Penzberg, TSV Gilching/Argelsried.

Women (Sunday, 2 p.m.):

FC Stern Munich, FFC Wacker Munich 2, FC Langengeisling, FC Ingolstadt, SpVgg Markt Schwabener Au, TSV Gilching/Argelsried

Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2023-01-27

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