The cheerleaders from Staaken are among the best that Berlin can offer in the dance sport scene. Her name: “United Cheer Berlin”. The cheerleaders have been part of SC Staaken since 2009 and are now one of the largest departments in Berlin (“250 active”). Recently, the top athletes made it onto the podium at the World Championships in Florida/USA, and now the weekend in Riesa at the German Championships has been cleared. Short form: In the end there was a cup victory in different classes, a runner-up title, entry into the German Cheersport Bundesliga… and for those who also want to learn the sport: “Our sighting training will take place until July 4th,” write the cheerleaders in the Spandau newsletter . “All cheerleading enthusiasts from the age of 5 can register there.” Info:

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Sports Committee met at Sportfreunde Kladow. The artificial turf of the club on the Gößweinsteiner Gang (2500 members, boss Marlon Otter) has been a bad renovation case for years. By 2024, City Councilor Frank Bewig, CDU, wants to demolish the space for 1.5 million and have it rebuilt – here are the plans in the Tagesspiegel.

After all the complaints, the sports committee around Lars Reinefahl, CDU, met on the club premises on Monday. The newly elected Spandau senior representative around Karl-Heinz Klocke was also there, took a photo and reported: “The proportion of seniors who are physically active is 20% of the members.”

SC Siemensstadt: Sports fields are being renovated. These papers from Sports Senator Iris Spranger, SPD are also very fresh. As part of the “club investment program”, the sports fields of Spandau’s largest club (boss Matthias Brauner, 6000 members) are being renovated. This emerges from a current tender, which is now used to search for construction companies. Accordingly, the two artificial turf areas on Buolstraße will be demolished from September and rebuilt, including ball fences and the like. Planned completion: Christmas 2022. Source: tender

Fair play gesture of the month for SC Siemensstadt. Applause, Osman Toprak! The youth coach of SC Siemensstadt has been awarded the “Fair Play Gesture of the Month” by the Berlin Football Association for his conduct. What happened? SC Siemensstadt II and 1. FC Schöneberg II met in the title race of the C-Junior district class A. All of this became a minor matter “shortly after the start of the second half, when a player from Schöneberg fell badly without external influence,” writes the football association. “The game was then interrupted for a long time and the players and those in charge at 1. FC Schöneberg were thinking about their teammates.” So Siemensstadt coach Toprak decided to end the game early and give the guests the current score of 1:3 allow. BFV President Bernd Schultz accepted the award – here is a photo of the honoree.

“GOOOOLDD on the first day of the race.” Just last week, Christian Krabel from the Ruder Union Arkona (based on Scharfen Lanke) pointed out top competitive sports in Kassel to me – and the women from Spandau promptly won there: you want to see how was the “Havelqueen” eight happy about the victory? Please have a look at the Facebook page here. “The next race day is on July 16th in Borsighafen in Tegel,” Krabel said. “And on Sunday, July 17, the rowing against cancer race day will also take place in Tegel.” The club on the Internet:

From Kladow via Hertha BSC to Basel. As a child, he and his brother dribbled around every rhododendron on the way to the Sportfreunde Kladow sports field. He made his first appearances as a professional soccer player at Hertha BSC: Anton Kade, 18, has now switched to FC Basel. The young German national player wants to make the leap into men’s football there and has signed until 2026. Here is the first interview with the club channel: Twitter FC Basel.

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Grandstand for Blau-Weiss Spandau? The sports field on Wilhelmstraße will be demolished by 2024 and rebuilt 40 meters to the south. I presented the 50 million euro plans – has to do with the new construction of the neighboring Bertolt Brecht School – in detail here in the Tagesspiegel newsletter. City Councilor for Sports Frank Bewig, CDU, was a guest in the Blau-Weiss Spandau clubhouse “Endspiel”, which is also being demolished. The club will have to play elsewhere during the construction phase of at least a year before the new pitch is ready. Vice-Chairman Bernd Schuster has already expressed lively ideas for the new sports field: “a ball stop net, a grandstand or a multi-purpose room in the clubhouse”. Q:

Sportsman of the year. There was also endless applause recently in the citadel! About the title “Sportswoman

“Here he is, the new East German champion in canoe polo”. Applause goes to the “Havelbrüder” canoe polo club led by Paul Bundschuh, which is based on the island of Eiswerder. At the weekend, the Spandau team won the East German Championships on the reservoir near Glauchau (located in Saxony, near the Thuringian border). The U16 became runners-up in their performance class. The club online:

111 kilometers in 24 hours. This message makes your knees tremble from the effort just reading it! “The SUP kids from Wasserfreunde Spandau used the 24-hour charity marathon for the benefit of Unicef ​​for an impressive performance,” Spandau’s SUP expert Oliver Tusche tells me. For example, Marlon Daskiran paddled 24 hours, covered 111 kilometers and received a Unicef ​​soccer ball for this achievement, autographed by national soccer player Julian Draxler. P.S: I wrote last week that the SUP department is based behind the citadel, but the paddlers have moved on. Tusche: “We are now at the Waterkant and at the Plötzensee lido.”

“Run of Spirit” in the Johannesstift: the balance sheet. 400 people took part in this year’s “Run of Spirit” (“with wheelchairs, feet or roller fiets”). This is reported by the Johannesstift around Anne Hanhörster. “The eleven runs in different categories again offered the chance to compete in sporting competitions or simply to share the joy of movement and community.” Q: Johannesstift