New 3C flags with the TSV club flag
New flags at the 3C-Sportpark

Representative and visible from afar are the new flags of the 3C-Carbon-Group, which have now been installed in the 3C-Sportpark of TSV Landsberg 1882.

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Like the TSV club flag, which continues to flutter in the middle at the edge of the main stand, the new 3C flags have the stately dimensions of 6 x 1.5 metres. As a further sign of the sponsoring partnership between 3C-Group AG and TSV Landsberg, they will be hoisted at all matches of the 1st and 2nd football teams in the future.

Transfer coup at TSV Landsberg thanks to 3C-Carbon

Thanks to the support of 3C-Carbon Group AG, TSV Landsberg was able to land a transfer coup of the first order. After the main sponsor had released additional financial resources in a considerable amount, the Bayernliga club signed cult striker Sascha Mölders for the coming season. He will be a player-coach in the 2022/23 season.

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"Sascha Mölders has already signed with us for the 2022/23 season," says Basti Gilg, head of football department at the Bayernliga club. "Together with our sporting director Jürgen Meissner, we have been in talks for quite some time and are of course delighted that it has now worked out."

The concept Mölders presented "fits us super", Meissner said. "It should bring us forward significantly in one fell swoop, and not just in attack. And for every football fan in the region, it's a great thing to be able to see such a top-class player in Landsberg. We were in constant contact. TSV can now look forward to a very strong coaching team with Mike Hutterer and Sascha Mölders."

Mölders himself says about the change: "It was clear that Großaspach is only a stopover for me and that I want to be close to home and regional again. With TSV Landsberg, the perfect opportunity has arisen." However, the striker is not only switching to TSV because of the close proximity to his home in Mering. "Landsberg has a concept that I like. Something is to be created here in the long term, and I would like to play my part. I think that with my many years of experience, also from higher leagues, I can definitely help, even with my 37 years."

The signing was ultimately made possible by TSV's main sponsor, 3C-Carbon Group AG. "We see the excellent networking and solid work of the sporting management at our sponsoring partner," said 3C boss Karsten Jerschke. "In order to take TSV Landsberg further on its chosen path and certainly to significantly strengthen the team with Sascha Mölders once again, we have gladly agreed to help with a considerable additional sum."
Head of department Gilg appreciates this: "We know very well what we have in our long-standing partner 3C-Carbon. The type and extent of the support that we have once again received quickly and unbureaucratically is anything but a matter of course. We are grateful for this and very confident that we will be able to give something back accordingly with attractive and successful games."

The qualities of centre-forward Sascha Mölders should be well known to every football fan. Born in Essen, Mölders made his mark in the history books as the scorer of FC Augsburg's first goal in the Bundesliga. After 103 Bundesliga games, in which he scored 18 goals and provided 3 assists, he moved to TSV 1860 Munich, where he also became a "cult striker" and fan favourite in six years thanks to his outstanding fighting commitment. Mölders played 528 games (222 goals, 67 assists) in his long career in all leagues. He is currently with Großaspach in the Regionalliga Südwest and has already scored 5 goals in 9 appearances there.
Mölders, who has already held various positions as a coach in the youth and senior teams (including at his home in Mering) alongside his professional career since 2014, is expected to bring along his long-time companion Martin Weiderer as a co-coach, who will coach from the sidelines during matches.
The signing of the illustrious name was made in close consultation with Mike Hutterer, who is to remain the responsible player-coach. Mölders is already in regular contact with him and has already introduced himself to the team in the dressing room. He has also taken the time to pay a first visit to the headquarters of the 3C-Carbon Group AG in Landsberg.

3C-Carbon makes generous donation to HCL youngsters

The Corona crisis has hit sports clubs hard, and HC Landsberg was not spared. In this difficult situation, 3C-Carbon Group AG stepped in again as the main sponsor and helped the Riverkings through the difficult time with a generous donation for the young talents.

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Due to the extensive spectator restrictions also in the ice hockey top league, the club lost a large part of its ticket revenue. "However, we finance our youth work to a considerable extent with this income," said HCL President Frank Kurz. In addition, the club faced considerably higher costs than in previous years due to the protection, hygiene and testing measures, both in the senior and junior sections.

The situation was also aggravated by the fact that it is not yet known when and to what extent aid money will be paid from which state rescue and funding pots. To make it easier for the club to continue its work, 3C-Carbon Group AG stepped into the breach at short notice as the Riverkings' exclusive main sponsor. The high-tech group of companies now supported the HCL with a donation in the five-figure euro range. "We know what excellent work is being done in the youth sector in Landsberg. The club has established itself here among the top clubs in Bavaria. In addition to sporting values, social and personal values are also conveyed here, which we also stand for with our company," said company spokesman Christoph Kruse. "This is another reason why we are now happy to provide additional support at the Landsberg site."

TSV Landsberg signs a top-class player thanks to 3C-Carbon

A large part of the Bayernliga was after him, but Alex Benede finally gave the nod to TSV Landsberg. The commitment was made possible by the main sponsor, 3C-Carbon Group AG.

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3C-Carbon Group AG, TSV Landsberg's main sponsor for many years, agreed to significantly increase the sponsorship budget once again at the club's request. This made it possible to make the 32-year-old defensive specialist an offer that ultimately convinced him. "This is really a great thing, the way our main sponsor has once again shown an exceptionally strong commitment to us. We can only say thank you for that and hope that we can repay it with good sporting performances," said head of football department Sebastian Gilg.

With Benede, TSV Landsberg has landed a real top-class player. He trained with 1860 Munich and FC Bayern, among others. In the latter's 2nd team, he also played several third league games with now well-known stars such as Holger Badstuber and Thomas Müller. In recent years, Benede, most recently as player-coach, was the defining figure in the build-up of play at Bayernliga rivals SV Pullach until they unexpectedly parted ways a few weeks ago.

"I had several offers after that, but it was impressive the way Landsberg made an effort to get me," says Benede. "Here I meet a club with really professional structures and Mike Hutterer, with whom I already harmonised very well in Pullach. I'm really keen to play here."

HCL signs Leon Lilik

HC Landsberg has announced its first new signing for the 2021/22 season: defender Leon Lilik has transferred to the Lech from the EXA Icefighters Leipzig.

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With the 25-year-old defender, Landsberg will gain a lot of experience and probably also more stability in the squad. Lilik learned to play ice hockey with the Frankfurt Young Lions and ended up in Leipzig after playing for the Frankfurt Lions, Selber Wölfe, Moskitos Essen and Hannover Indians. He has already played a total of 286 Oberliga games.

According to team manager Michael Oswald, Lilik has turned towards Augsburg for private reasons, "We have been in contact for some time and are pleased that we were able to come to an agreement quickly." The newcomer is a robust playing defender, "who is stable in defence and can also bring the physically tough component into the game."

At the same time as signing Lilik, the Riverkings extended the contract of Jonas Schwarzfischer. The 22-year-old forward is a homegrown from the HCL junior team and most recently completed his first Oberliga season.

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