Hell is Real once more.
Another chance to connect with the community around us!
June is Pride Month, and we are going all out this year in support of our LGBT+ supporters, players, fans, and community members this year!
Our first MLS match at Nippert Stadium is upon us! We’re thrilled to return to Mecklenburg and Nippert this weekend, and we wanted to give everyone an introduction to Die Innenstadt, The Bailey, and any other game day questions you may have for this first home game in our MLS era.
Die Innenstadt is disappointed with FC Cincinnati’s decision to sell its regional streaming rights to FloFC. We believe this move will significantly inhibit the growth of FC Cincinnati support across the FloFC ‘regional area’ and come at a significant cost to the fans. Read more as Ryan Lammi walks you through what this means for FCC fans in the tri-state area.
Die Innenstadt members came together to raise money for the American Lung Association (while climbing 45 flights of stairs).
DI Member Steve Haldeman gives his opinion about the new logo.
FC Cincinnati’s Heroic Season Deserved A Super Big Sign Of Support: Supporters Groups Unveil Enormous Tifo Before FCC Playoff Victory
Curtis Jones, member of Die Innenstadt, founded the Pass Project during his deployment in Southwest Asia. The Pass Project's main goal was to use the game of soccer as a vehicle for change in that local community, and Curtis was a beacon of positive change for them over the course of his deployment. Now he’s turning The Pass Project’s focus onto fighting ALS with this fundraising item!