This is fistball in Eibach

This is fistball in Eibach
The game has been played in Eibach since 1911. Hosting national as well as international tournaments Eibach has become one of the biggest and most important Bavarian fistball clubs and is known not only on a German but on a global level. There have been: German championships of men and women in 1992, German championships of the youth under 16 in 2011 and 2014, international tournament with European and South African participants, Bavarian school championships, Bavarian championships of the firefighters, IFV-Cup in 1993 and many more.
Right now nine youth teams together with two adult teams, male and female respectively, join the series. The biggest part of both first adult teams consists of youth players. The men take part in the 3rd and 4th division, the first women team is competing the 1. Bundesliga (1st division).

Results of Eibach fistball:

Qualification World Cup in 1989
European Cup winners in 1988
Five times IFV-Cup winners in 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996 and 1997
Sixteen German championship titles, including: male under 12 (summer 2010), female under 12 (summer 2011), male under 14 and female under 14 (winter 2012/2013), female under 16 (winter 2013/2014 and summer 2015) and female under 18 (summer 2015)

Eibach players in the German national fistball team:

Karen Schneider (World champion), Bettina Press, Rudolf Markel (two times World champions), Werner Weghorn (two times World champion), Ulli Schneider (two times World champion), Markus Himmelhan

Recent and current Eibach players in German youth national teams:

Lukas Schneider (born 1998, U13-U15 and extended U18 squad for IFA 2016 Fistball U18 World Championship)
Marius Marthold (born 1998, U14-U15 extended U18 squad for IFA 2016 Fistball U18 World Championship)
Thomas Götz (born 1999, U13-U15)
Niklas Schneider (born 2001, U14)
Sascha Kral (born 2000, U13)
Lea Neumeier (born 1997, U13 and U18)
Svenja Schröder (born 1999, U13-U15, U18 runner-up European champion 2015, extended U18 squad for IFA 2016 Fistball U18 World Championship)
Auguste Grothoff (born 1999, U13-U15, extended U18 squad for IFA 2016 Fistball U18 World Championship)
Eileen Grundler (born 1999, U13-U14)
Sophia Neumeier (born 1999, U13-U15)
Annalena Reindl (born 1999, U13-U15)
Antonia Fuchs (born 2001, U13-U14)
Hannah Schröder (born 2001, U13-U14)