OUR MISSION :
We have a dream. A dream, of an open basketball department, in which we all evolve together, as players as well as human beings. An association where men work for women and women for men. A learning facility where our children learn not only dribbling and lay-ups, but also life skills. An association that sets an example for a society that stands for the will to develop, participation and co-determination, integrity and transparency as well as fairness and respect. We are Türkiyemspor Berlin Basketball.
HEREINGESPIELT Soccer and Basketball Camp for Girls*
We invite all interested girls* to try basketball and soccer as a sport. Under the guidance of our trainers, the participating girls can test and improve their skills at various stations. We are especially looking forward to children and young people who have had little or no contact with sport.
When: August 2nd-6th, daily 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where: Blücherstraße 44-46 (soccer field), 10961 Berlin
Who: all girls* between the ages of 6 and 12 who are enthusiastic about sports
25 € participation fee / 7 € with Berlin Pass
Together with our Women’s Soccer Department, we look forward to building girls in sports. As a still young basketball department at Türkiyemspor Berlin, we place a special focus on expanding the female junior division. We currently have over 50 girls in four teams who regularly take part in training.
Das Camp HEREINGESPIELT wird von der Senatsverwaltung für Inneres und Sport unterstützt.
By end of 2023 : provide 100 FEMALE BASKETBALL players in the neighborhood with a new basketball home
INSPIRING GIRLS TO BE LIFELONG PLAYERS
Ballsie started as a project of Freibeuter 2010 and Türkiyemspor, two basketball clubs based in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. We now co-host events for the community to play, talk, and show support to our athletes and volunteers.
Türkiyemspor Berlin e.V., founded 1978 in Berlin-Kreuzberg, is the biggest Sports club in Germany that was founded by migrants. In addition to the adult football department, which includes four men’s and three women’s teams, the club is very active in youth development. In the 2018/2019 season, nearly 400 boys and girls are playing at Türkiyemspor. The club is regarded as a flagship of the Turkish community of Berlin and the multicultural district of Kreuzberg. Beyond sports activities, Türkiyemspor is committed to social and intercultural exchange. For this, the club has received several awards. One notable example is the Integration Award (2007) of the German Football Association (DFB).