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up to 10 football
units per week

football and school in perfect combination

In focus: individual promotion

The principle at the German Soccer Boarding School is: "You learn to play soccer by playing soccer!" The primary goal of the education at DFI is the optimal and individual support of the boarding students as well as the external players.

At DFI, each player receives training tailored to their strengths and weaknesses four times a week in the morning session - thanks to a schedule designed to meet the needs of athletes. In the small field area, special emphasis is placed on clean technical execution with a high number of repetitions. The players receive permanent, targeted feedback and coaching from their coaches. In addition, our youngest players should already train as often as possible in "game-related" contexts so that they can also apply the techniques they have learned in the game. In the large field area, the technical foundation will be further maintained and expanded. In addition, individual and group tactical, position-specific and athletic components are gaining importance.

The second training session of the day takes place in the team compound. Usually in their own club, the DFI Bad Aibling e.V. or the clubs from the region.

professional main coaches

To ensure that a talent can develop optimally, we attach great importance to 100% professionalism, e.g. through a full-time coaching staff. From U12 to U19, all teams are coached full-time by a head coach, which is an absolutely unique feature in Germany.

10 x training per week

Because we take the students' athletic development just as seriously as their schooling, training is perfectly integrated into the school day. Up to 10 units per week, which are controlled by the coaches in terms of load (also with non-football content, such as yoga).


Full-time coaches of the DFI

We care about the soccer development!

Marius Dordowsky, Sportlicher Leiter, Elite-Junioren Lizenztrainer

„Your player does not care how much you know until he knows how much you care.“

Timo Kinast
Timo Kinast, B-Lizenztrainer, Co-Trainer U15 DFI Bad Aibling e.V.

„Kein Spieler ist größer als das Team.“

Aenne Krause, Reha- & Athletiktrainerin
Andreas Wittke
Prof. Dr. Andreas Wittke, Berater Gesundheit & Fitness
David Balogh freigestellt
David Balogh, Elite-Junioren Lizenztrainer, Head-Coach U19 DFI Bad Aibling e.V.

„. . . denn als Bolzplatzkinder entdeckten wir unsere Liebe zum schönsten Sport der WeIt. Unser Antrieb war der Spaß am Spiel. “

Josip Jurcevic
Josip Jurcevic, B-Lizenztrainer, Head-Coach U17 DFI Bad Aibling e.V.

„Only the disciplined ones are free in life. If you are undisciplined, you are a slave to your moods“

Joey Brenner
Joey Brenner, Torwarttrainer

„Impossible ain't impossible at all!“

Nico Scholz
Nico Scholz, B-Lizenztrainer, Co-Trainer U14 DFI Bad Aibling e.V.

„Nur wer sein Ziel kennt, findet den Weg.“

Paul Werner
Paul Werner, B-Lizenztrainer, Head Coach U12, Co-Trainer U17 DFI Bad Aibling e.V.

„For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.“

Tabbish Mir, B-Lizenztrainer, Head-Coach U14-II, Co-Trainer U16 und U16-II DFI Bad Aibling e.V.