Things are going really well at FC Moosinning at the moment.
Moosinning - This became clear at the annual general meeting on Sunday evening in the Daimerwirt, where the mood could hardly have been better, as all three FCM teams had won their league games in the afternoon.
And so FCM chairman Karl Thumbs grinned from ear to ear when he welcomed around 100 members.
"Why are there so many there?" he asked with a smile.
"Is everyone hungry?
Because we got three wins today?
Or because there are no new elections?” FC Moosinning has around 800 members (“It has been relatively constant for years”), and after the Corona period “club life is picking up speed again,” said Thumbs.
He gave a brief overview of the past year, regretted that there is currently no FSJler because there is no suitable candidate, praised the community as a "reliable partner" in addition to his many helpers and was pleased that the new building of the changing rooms starts now: "That's an excellent story." Then he gave the floor to the 2nd chairman Oliver Schilling, "my co-pilot", who is responsible for the construction work.
He was elected vice president in October for the resigned Rupert Lanzinger, "and is a real stroke of luck for FC Moosinning", as Thumbs put it.
"He went from zero to one hundred."
Schilling reported that the construction of the new cabin wing on the sports grounds will begin the week after next.
But not only that. Among other things, the heating oil tanks would be removed and converted to heat pumps.
"The main square will be moved 20 meters to the south, which is not easy because of the subsoil," he explained.
In addition, a new ticket booth has been built, and there is also an artificial turf field – “a nine-compact field”.
As far as financing is concerned, a crowdfunding campaign will soon be launched, "because we don't always want to beg from the community".
In addition, he announced a fun tournament on July 1, on the occasion of "50 years of AH FC Moosinning".
Head of the football department, Florian Huber, was proud of the fact that "we have three men's teams and one women's team in play, only Kirchasch can do that in the district".
He looked back at the Corona years, gave an overview of the current status of the kickers and looked ahead.
So there will be some changes in the coaching staff after the season, but the successors are ready.
"And if we continue to pull together, then our success story will continue," concluded Huber to great applause.
Youth leader Max Kaifel also only had positive things to say.
The girls were looking for a partner, which they found with FC Forstern.
This Forsterner U 17 is now undefeated at the top of the Bayernliga table.
"The way goes in the direction of the Bundesliga," said Kaifel, emphasizing that he was "happy that we can fill all teams with coaches - that's becoming more and more difficult".
His deputy Christian Brunner took the same horn, saying "that the boys have around 20 trainers on duty".
The cooperation in the youth with the SV Eichenried "was absolutely the right way".
He reported on a new project, "because the link between the youth and men's areas has to start earlier".
Therefore, FC Moosinning will start "in a unique program" with the best C youth players to prepare them for the men's area with separate training.
He promised: "Give the project time, then great players will come out."
Rosemarie Thumbs presented the cash report.
If FCM ended 2021 with a profit of 9,000 euros, at the end of 2022 there was a loss of around 16,000 euros.
The association received some Corona grants for 2021, which were above average at around 32,500 euros.
The situation has now normalized and the grants have fallen to a good 14,000 euros.
In total, the club spent around 152,000 euros in 2022.
Spending on sportswear, for example, rose by EUR 10,000 to EUR 19,000, and personnel costs from EUR 16,400 to EUR 21,200.
The club has a plus of around 12,000 euros in the account.
The cash auditors Rudi Ways and Toni Eschbaumer confirmed correct cash management, and so the unanimous discharge followed.
Sports officer Helmut Scharlach emphasized the "excellent cooperation" between the community and the club in his welcoming address.
He once again pointed out that the costs for the new building of the changing rooms were capped at 1.5 million euros and praised the "excellent cohesion in the club".
After the awards (report follows), the chairman once again swears by the cohesion at FC Moosinning: "If it stays like this, I won't be afraid for the next few years or decades." And with a wink, he added with a lot of laughter: "If every time , if we have a general assembly, all three teams win, then I can do one every week.”