We, the United German Hungarians are currently in our 100th season of amateur soccer! Soccer has been our major sport for 100 years, but other sporting activities have taken place at the club over the years!
We, the United German Hungarians are currently in our 100th season of amateur soccer! Let's look back at the 1965 Amateur Cup!
The Publicity & Editorial Committee explains the history behind the design of the 100 Years of Soccer branding.
I don’t know how many are really familiar with our club By-Laws. What today encompasses our dance groups of any and all ages is outlined near the end of the document under Article XVII. The subtitle of that article is “Children’s Cultural Group.” This article includes six numbered by-laws outlining the purpose, function, and coordination … Continue reading No, We Don’t Have a “Kindergruppe.” by Michael Fricker
Our President, Janet Fricker Malofiy reflects on the 28. Gaufest and what it has meant to be a dancer, a club member, and a participant in "Gau" events over the years!
Recently a question came to my committee about how the German Hungarians got to be dancers in the Schuhplattler style and members of the Gauverband Nordamerika. Below are selections from our various written histories telling that story.
Emily Fricker's preview of the 2017 Gaufest Warm-Up gives a little history of our club's Gaufest Preisplattler Teams.
The Shield (Logo) is the official graphic representation of the United German Hungarians. The official Shield represents the continuation of the Unity of German Hungarians through our traditional values and the organization’s confidence in moving surely into the future. The interlocking “GH” represents the United German Hungarians as a people, past, present, and future. The … Continue reading The German Hungarian Shield (Logo)
Sunday, June 27, 1965 saw a dream come true – and in truly resounding fashion. Our lads gave Philadelphia its first United States Amateur Soccer Championship in more than thirty years when they completely demoralized Saint Ambrose S.C. of St. Louis, Missouri, the western finalists, and shellacked them 6:0 in the grand final of the National Amateur Soccer Cup matches.