The regional league teams from our NLZ Saar are going into the second game day weekend! At the same time, our U19s have their first home game of the season, the U17s and U15s are both away.
The first home game of the season in the Regionalliga Südwest will be for our U19 directly to the derby. The team will play against JFG Saarlouis / Dillingen on the artificial turf in Spiesen on Saturday, September 12th. The game starts at 16.00 p.m. While our A-Juniors scored three points in the first game of the season, the JFG suffered a defeat in the first game of the new round. In the home game against the newly promoted FSV Offenbach there was a 2-5 defeat, although the JFG was initially able to take the lead in the first half. We are curious to see how the Saarlouiser will present themselves against our boys.
It should also be exciting with ours U17 become. After the strong derby win against 1. FC Saarbrücken last week, our team is now on the first trip away. On Sunday, September 13th, the B-Juniors will play at TuS Koblenz, the game on the artificial turf at the Oberwerth stadium will kick off at 14.00 p.m. Just like our boys, Koblenz was able to score three points at the start. Against Phönix Schifferstadt, Koblenz won 4: 1 away from home.
One day before our U17 is also ours U15 guest in Koblenz. The C-Juniors will compete at TuS on Saturday, September 12th. The game will also be played on the artificial turf next to the stadium and will start at 14.30 p.m. Last weekend our boys already showed a good performance against 1. FC Kaiserslautern, but still had to admit defeat 1: 2. Now the team wants to build on the performance shown this Saturday - and this time also score points. The opponents from Koblenz started the season with a draw a week ago: Koblenz led 3-0 away against Wirges early on, but then conceded three goals to make the final 3-3.
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press report written by: Christina John