Sports & Politics
"Girls" enrich the sport
Retired police officer Uwe Schmitt (60) was elected chairman of FC Concordia Wilhelmsruh at the German capital Berlin at the end of 2018. Founded in 1895, the club is one of the founding members of the German Soccer Association. Under Schmitt's leadership, the club is developing ambitions other than just shining on the big stage with the first team: social aspects and youth development - and a special focus on girls' soccer - are important points.
More and more criticism of Qatar
Criticism of the hosting of the World Cup in the Emirate of Qatar has existed since the beginning. After various male players have spoken out, the fan initiative "Unsere Kurve" has now also taken a clear stand. Style PASS spoke to its chairperson Helen Breit.
Style PASS joins protests
It's a fine line, like many things in life: How do you protect human rights? How do you - pragmatically speaking - bring about improvements in the lives of people who have not yet benefited from the achievements of humanism and the like?
Women's power despite basement league
Women's soccer is gaining momentum. Provided the Corona pandemic doesn't throw a spanner in the works, Borussia Dortmund will launch a women's soccer team on 1 July. Style PASS thinks the concept is great and spoke with Svenja Schlenker, head of the girls' and women's soccer department, and with Managing Director Carsten Cramer.