DJK Kleve – international

Join this amazing club and get a part of the story!

Welcome to DJK Rhenania Kleve – the No. 1 football-club for getting easily in touch with locals and having a maximum fun. We have had players from over 40 nations playing in a very student-friendly team together during the last 4 years. DJK Kleve stands 100% for living the welcome-culture. The team is fighting for points in the local league with many derbys and lots of fun. We are continously searching for new players who want to join this team as we have high fluctuation due to players having internships or finish their study. We took the challenge of creating a team with high fluctuation but therefore with an outstanding quality of character and personality!  

If you are interested, feel free to join our trainings on Tuesday/Thursday at 19:00 for a free tryout. The DJK-Pitch’s address is “Stiller Winkel, 47533 Kleve”. This is bedhind the “Tiergarten” only about 2 km away from the Hochschule with good bus connection (Busstop “Schützenhaus”). For any questions contact the DJK-Manager and Trainer of the 1st Team (Andreas Ingensand, andreas.ingensand@djkkleve.de). “DJK-Scouts” at the HSRW are Mark Raeven and Milan Reddemann. Don’t hesitate to contact them at the campus.  

The Great Story

Last year first the local press got interested in this special team. Later the magazin “der Klever” wrote a very nice and well researched article about us. Then the biggest football-magazin “11 Freunde” came to us with two reporters for interviews and having a look to the training and the familiar athmosphere. DJK Kleve was part of the magazin in May (Germany-wide!). Not enough? After this, we got in contact with the 2nd largest Spanish newspaper “El Mundo”, as they noticed this extraordenary team. As a result of several e-mails, Skype-conferences in Spanish and Englisch they published an unbelievable good article on their website in May. This was still not the end! Weeks later we have been on German television as they were interested in how friendly about 30 nations can play football together and act as one team.