TV Hallerstein becomes next national fistball base
In the course of a ceremony, TV Hallerstein has been awarded the certificate as a national DFBL fistball base. The DFBL Vice President Fritz Unger made the honor of the club in the fistball village in the north of Bavaria (Hof area). A fistball village because fistball is the absolute main sport there.
The people of Hallerstein already have a certain advantage with the sport of fistball, because there is no soccer club or other team sports club there. And with this tailwind, the people of Hallerstein have set a true example for the sport of fistball. In addition to the honor by the DFBL, a personal tribute was also paid by the Bavarian Gymnastics Association to Gaby Summa, who with her team has been responsible for the success of the youth work for 30 years. It was also she who, with much success, ventured the step in Bavaria into the formation of U8 teams and a U8 game operation, reported https://cricket360.bet/ipl-betting/.
TV Hallerstein fulfills the requirements for the honor of national DFBL fistball base to a very high degree. 51 youth players are the figurehead of the club. In the past indoor season, the club had 14 teams in play. The club has maintained constant contact with its young players even during the downtime caused by Corona with online training and many ideas. As a result, the club can remarkably state that it has not lost any athletes due to Corona.
Also the environment fits with seven coaches and 20 active referees. With Michael Lang and Gaby Summa, two people are represented in the district fistball committee in Upper Franconia. The club has hosted numerous championships, even beyond Bavaria, most recently the German championship U18M in 2019. After a training course of the German national team men a year ago, the DFBL now comes with the women's national team again in the fistball village Hallerstein.
The TV Hallerstein has sniffed Bundesliga air with the women in the years 1997 to 2001 in the 2nd Bundesliga South. In the youth sector, TV Hallerstein has been represented at German championships since 1991 - with interruptions - until today. The 3rd place in 1991 in the U14M is the best placing so far. The club has produced two youth national players. In the 90s, Tobias Grosse made the leap into the national jersey. With Johann Schneider, another youth national player was trained in Hallerstein, who now plays for TV Segnitz and is the current U18 world champion.