Nobody is forgotten during these times
Children and young people at the SV Leonberg/Eltingen are presented with a fan scarf for their loyalty to the club.
Unfortunately, “the ball rests“ for kids and young people, but of course also for all others active at the SV Leonberg/ Eltingen, due to corona since the end of October 2020. The traditional end-of-year celebrations were suspended, as well as all other sports, social and school contacts.
Since the club wanted to nevertheless provide a little pleasure, above all to the kids in these not so easy times, the idea of a “SV Leonberg/Eltingen fan scarf“ was put into practice, and was made exclusively available free of charge to the children, their coaches and active members. With this we wanted to send a signal to the kickers that we have not forgotten them, and that we are looking forward to seeing them back on the field soon.
The idea is the brainchild of Alexander Roehrle (team coach and marketing manager of the youth department) and Maik Eisenhardt, both from Eltingen. Mr. Eisenhardt works as a sales manager for RSG Automation Technics, a company for fully automated processing of narrow fabrics.
This made it easy for him to contact a manufacturer of high-quality fan scarves, who professionally designed and manu-factured the scarves.
Tobias Burger (SV youth coach) receives from Maik Eisenhardt and Alexander Röhrle the scarves for the adolescents (ri to le). photo: private
RSG supported this initiative financially, and a total of 700 scarves were made. In the meantime, they were “officially handed over to the SV.
The scarves were given out first to the kids, who were extremely happy about them. More and more children and young people can be seen walking through the city with “their“ scarves.
With these scarves we try to give the players some sense of togetherness, and we are very much looking forward to the upcoming games of our many youth teams and all other active players, when it is finally time to start out again on the field“, comments the club.
Source: „Leonberger Kreiszeitung on 11.03.2021“