New Managing Director in Office

Despite the ongoing closure of the sports school due to the corona pandemic, there is positive news from Oberhaching. The Oberhaching Sports School has found a new managing director in Uli Dickas. The 42-year-old from Lower Franconia has been in the new office since mid-March.

Dickas has around 20 years of experience in the hotel and tourism industry as a manager. The graduate in business administration and sports economist also worked as a lecturer for marketing and law at the Handwerkskammer Unterfranken. Uli Dickas has always been associated with sport. Formerly as an active soccer player up to the 5th division, then as a coach in the junior and men’s area with a DFB coach B-license. And still today as a supporter of his son, who is a ski jumper in the competitive squad.

Dickas tackles the new tasks full of joy and zest for action: “Working in sports is a fantastic challenge for me and the job at Oberhaching Sports School combines everything I can, do and have done before, especially with the topics of hotel, business management, sports economics, trainer licenses and personnel management.”

The presidents of the two owners of the Oberhaching Sports School Jörg Ammon (Bavarian Sports Association) and Dr. Rainer Koch (Bavarian Football Association) have already warmly welcomed the new managing director.

Ammon: “For our athletes who are undergoing training and further education at our flagship sports school in Oberhaching we have been able to win over a top expert in the form of the new managing director, Uli Dickas, to run the sports school. We wish him a strong start and look forward to team-based cooperation for the benefit of Bavarian sport! ”

Dr. Koch: “With Mr. Dickas the sports school has a passionate soccer player and sportsman as managing director, who has already proven his leadership and management skills in various management positions. I am looking forward to a good teamwork and I am convinced that with him and the employees we are ideally positioned for the challenges of the coming years and that we can further strengthen the sports school as an interface between competitive and professional sports. Welcome!”

After the successful kick-off they are now hoping to reopen soon.