Child Welfare

Eintracht Frankfurt currently has 91,116 (as of March 2021) members, including over 21,000 children and teenagers under the age of 18.

The objective of the child protection concept and the measures it contains is to sensitise all employees at Eintracht Frankfurt - across departments and functions - to potentially dangerous situations and to be able to act adequately and responsibly in the event of a crisis, by means of preventative services and guidelines. To this end, further operational measures are being successively implemented in addition to those that have been mandatory up to now.

At the general meeting on 26 January 2020, the members of Eintracht Frankfurt voted with a majority of 99 percent in favour of the executive committee’s proposal to incorporate child protection into the statute as one of Eintracht Frankfurt’s aims and tasks. This clear vote is accompanied by a mandate to draw up a concept for the protection of child welfare and the prevention of possible threats to child welfare at Eintracht Frankfurt. This is because the club is aware of its duty and responsibility to protect the welfare of the children and young people who play sports here, and to take measures to prevent any dangerous situations.

The objective of the child protection concept and the measures it contains is to sensitise all employees at Eintracht Frankfurt - across departments and functions - to potentially dangerous situations and to be able to act adequately and responsibly in the event of a crisis, by means of preventative services and guidelines.

The following points are included among the child protection measures:

  • Commitment to codes of conduct and to common rules for dealing with children
  • Submission of an extended certificate of good conduct before employment contracts come into effect
  • Existence of a ‘Guide in the event of crisis’
  • Implementation of regular information and training events
  • Designated contacts at Eintracht Frankfurt (child welfare officers) and at external advisory centres

Contact

Gudrun Backhaus
Head of CSR – corporate social responsibility

Eintracht Frankfurt e. V.
Alfred-Pfaff-Straße 1
60386 Frankfurt/Main

Tel.: +49 69 42 09 70-701
backhaus@eintracht-frankfurt.de

Anton Schumacher
Academy Head of Education

Eintracht Frankfurt e. V.
Alfred-Pfaff-Straße 1
60386 Frankfurt/Main

Tel.: +49 151-61 36 53 59
schumacher@eintracht-frankfurt.de

External advisory centres

Angelika Ribler
Sportjugend Hessen

Tel.: +49 69 67 89 401
ARibler@sportjugend-hessen.de

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