In 1986 the fanclub
football team, which has taken part in numerous tournaments and
friendship matches against other fan clubs and amateur teams,
in our club pub „Zum Stern“ in Polch, which is fully packed with
our cups, provides proof to our successes.
Among our greatest sporting triumphs are the winning of the
German Championship of the Borussia fan club in 1988 and achieving
second place in 1993. Moreover we won the Supporter Cup (a cup
for the Borussia fan clubs) in 1996 and achieved second place
-By the way: We are always happy to receive
invitations to tournaments-
we first issued our fanclub newspaper „Eifelpower Aktuell“. Despite
the good acclaim we got for it, we only managed to issue it twice
before Jonny, our editor, decided to knock about some alcoholic
places all over Europe, together with his „best friend“ (see
above). This newspaper was shortly reanimated in 1990 on the
occasion of the 10th anniversary of the club. We
might rouse ourselves to issue another anniversary magazine at
our 20th anniversary (if we manage to carry on till then).
number of members usually differs between 6 and 25 people. In
the last few years our club has crossed the borders of the Maifeld
and the Eifel so that we count 60 members at present (in Dec.2002).
the members from Polch and Maifeld, the Lahnsteiners – Lahnstein
is a little town near Koblenz, where the river Lahn flows into
the Rhine - are the second-biggest group in our Eifelpower club.
We also have outlets in Koblenz and other towns in its surroundings,
such as Weißenthurm, Mayen, Kottenheim, Brohl, Sinzig,
Bad Hönningen and Herschwiesen in the Hunsrück.
the oldies who have been with us since the very first years after
our foundation, there have been more and more young Borussia
fans joining our club recently, so that the average age is somewhere
between 17 and 45 years.
we don’t have to worry about running out of off-springs, and
we hope that our fanclub song
"Ist das Loch auch klein"("Even if the hole
is tiny ...") will be heard in the fan scene for a long