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  • 27-28 June 2020, Poland

Teilnehmer

 

MIRO Deutsche Fußballschule, Germans from Poland. The main aim is to combine football training and learning German language.
The MIRO – network consist of 13 small football schools.

Hungarians from Romania. The DRIBLI FC is Transylvania’s first Hungarian football team, established 2012.

SSV Taufers, represents the German speakers minority in South Tyrol – Italy.

 

1FC Katowice was an ethnically German football club playing in 1922-1939 in Polish football league. The team’s most famous player was Ernest Willimowski.

Spartak Jablunkov represent Polish minority in the Czech Republic. The Polish minority living mainly in the nord-east part of the country, near to the polish boarder.

Polonia Chmielnicki represent Polish minority in Ukraina.
The City Chmielnicki, which was until 1954 Płoskirow, is a large Ukrainian city lying 230 kilometers from the Polish-Ukrainian border.

Representation of the local German minority organization from Gogolin/ Poland.

Ostbelgien is a predominantly German-speaking region in eastern Belgium.

The selection „Rusdeutsch“ is representing the German speaking minority in Russia. The term Germans of Russia stands for German immigrants who came to Russia within the course of several centuries and settled there. They lived spread over several regions of the Russian Empire.

Hasmonea was founded in 1908 in Lviv (then Poland) and before World War II it was the second largest and the most successful sports club in Poland. Currently, the club is located in the city of Wroclaw and led by Cukunft Jewish Association. The Hasmonea Wroclaw football team consists of boys and girls from small Jewish communities in the Lower Silesian Region of Poland.