The Alpnach Ski Club promotes mass and racing sports in all conceivable areas of winter sports. Will a new Marco Odermatt or a Lara Gut-Berahmi be born soon?
When Mother's Day nears, the Alpnach Yodelling Club is on people's lips. At the annual Mother's Day yodeling concert, it is proven that real Swiss traditions are lived.
At the children's association, people experience community, explore nature, take responsibility and discover skills. Supporting this mission gives us joy!
We support our long-standing partner in pinpoint accuracy. The pistol shooting club has a safe 25- and 50-metre shooting range as well as a 10-metre airgun range.
FC Alpnach – the legend lives on – since 1949! Kickers learn some important sequences at a young age: "fall down, get up, fix the jersey and continue playing".
The boys' club shows digital natives that a life away from the digital world has many beautiful facets. Campfire, scouting games, sleeping under the stars...
Alan Pons, a well-known name on the floorball scene and former Ad Astra player, said: "Second is the first loser." With this in mind, we wish Ad Astra every success!
Our heart beats for the next generation. We are specifically committed to youth development. Consequently, we support FC Giswil and wish the juniors good luck!
Volleya Obwalden is a volleyball club with 180 active girls and women in currently twelve different teams. We are very happy to support the club in its youth work!
SCOG is more than 100 years old. Our Head of Sales, Hansueli Gasser, puts his heart and soul into it. He is a proud OGaner and honorary president. To many more years!
SFOW is close to our hearts because we want to offer young talents best conditions for their skiing career. May Priska Nufers continue to exist in the future!
The Chindernetz is committed to helping disadvantaged children. For example, it enables them to attend music lessons or pays their membership fees for a club.
Jonathan Garbely is a very talented golfer and was a participant in the U18 European Championship. He has the full support of CEO, Kurt Maeder, also a passionate golfer.
Playing billiards was originally a privilege for royalty. Today, the sport is an integral part of our social life and everyone should be able to pick up a cue.