Over 115,000 people are involved in 19 different departments at Eintracht Frankfurt. As well as offering traditional team sports such as football, tennis, gymnastics, table tennis, basketball, volleyball and hockey, Hesse’s most famous sports club also welcomes fans of other disciplines with open arms: Ice stock enthusiasts, curlers, triathletes, rugby players and even frisbee players are all proud to carry the eagle on their chest. The city of Frankfurt’s multicultural diversity is reflected in its members, which include fans of all ages. No-one is considered past their prime, while there is plenty of emerging talent coming through the ranks at Riederwald too.
Eintracht’s members are as diverse as the club is united – together as one.
One Heart, Widespread Impact
Eintracht continues to leave its mark throughout Frankfurt and remains an integral part of the city’s fabric. With its numerous sports halls and outdoor pitches, Eintracht brings sport to people all over the city. The club’s beating heart, however, remains the Riederwald district. Opened at the end of 2010, the Eagles’ modern club center not only houses the club offices but the performance center, a sports hall comprising three indoor pitches, a catering department, a fan shop and the fan and youth department.
From Grassroots to Elite
The club’s motto. Only those who spend considerable time nurturing young talent can produce successful elite athletes. When it comes to combining success-driven, elite sports with fun and health-oriented sporting activities, Eintracht Frankfurt are among the very best in the Hesse region. That blend is what makes the Eagles such an attractive club.
Tradition Meets State-of-art
With its wide range of sports, the club has its finger firmly on the pulse when it comes to modern-day trends, while at the same time taking care to nurture and cherish its traditions. The Eintracht Frankfurt Museum is more than just a window to a bygone era – a wide variety of events bring the past to life and strengthen the sense of togetherness within the club.
Data Eintracht e.V.
- Founded: 8 March 1899
- Club Colours: red, black, white
- Executive Committee: Peter Fischer (President) // Dieter Burkert, Thomas Förster, Stefan Minden, Michael Otto, Moritz Theimann
- Members: Over 120,000
- Club Departments: Basketball, boxing, ice hockey, ice sports, fan department, fencing, football, golf, handball, hockey, martial arts, athletics, wrestling, rugby, tennis, table tennis, triathlon, gymnastics, ultimate frisbee, volleyball.