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BALTIMORE KICKERS SOCCER NEWSPAGEBALTIMORE KICKERS, INC.FOUNDED:
23 September 1953

PURPOSE:  To promote soccer, the German language and German culture!

Kickers Springfest Banner being displayed at their clubhouse
Kickers Springfest Banner being displayed at their clubhouse
Hans' Wine Garden @ Kickers 1st Springfest
Hans’ Wine Garden @ Kickers 1st Springfest
Springfest visitors with their wooden clappers
Springfest visitors with their wooden clappers
Baltimore Kickers "Brat Stand" @ Maryland Oktoberfest
Baltimore Kickers “Brat Stand” @ Maryland Oktoberfest
Baltimore Kickers "Brat Stand" @ Maryland Oktoberfest
Volunteer worker Carrie Arnold.
Kickers 1st Springfest

 

OFFICERS:

President

Betty Niemann
1st Vice President Kathy Kotowski
2nd Vice President Robert Gibson
Treasurer Michael Kramer
General & Corresponding Secretary Pat Vogt
Recording Secretary Josephine Kilbourn
Financial Secretary Michael Miller
Entertainment Chairwoman Leslie Trageser
General Soccer Manager Larry Luis
Public Relations Mildred Kramer
Culture Chairman Hans Steffan
House Chairman Bruno ‘Dutch’ Niemann
Directors-At-Large Tom Werner
Alfred Zeller

The BALTIMORE KICKERS, a German soccer club, has been in existence for more than fifty-five years.  It supports three soccer teams; the first team plays in the Maryland Major Soccer League and is affiliated with the Maryland State Soccer Association and the United States Soccer Federation in New York, the second team is the “Old Timers” (for those over thirty years of age), while the third team is a junior team.

A beautiful clubhouse at 26 South Broadway in the historical Washington Hill area is owned and operated by the club.  This was accomplished and is maintained through the dedicated efforts of many loyal, unselfish and enthusiastic volunteers of all age groups.

In the clubhouse there is a beautiful library and a room containing soccer memorabilia.  The basement is equipped for members and their guests to entertain themselves playing billiards.

Although the BALTIMORE KICKERS is primarily a soccer and social club, the membership avails itself of all opportunities to share with others the positive aspects of German culture and traditions including club-sponsored trips to Germany and Austria.

During the year, the BALTIMORE KICKERS sponsor and entertain visiting soccer teams as well as music groups and other visitors from Germany.  Free classes in German are offered at the clubhouse.

BALTIMORE KICKERS makes its clubhouse available to other clubs and organizations.

All club events are announced on the telephone HOTLINE (410) 276-4949.

http://www.baltimore-kickers.org