Sports & Politics

DFB to promote women's soccer through European cooperation

The DFB simply cannot manage to establish enthusiasm for women's soccer in German society in the long term: Sometimes there are too few spectators at first league matches - at last count an average of only 1,000 per game - and then statements from the Federal Republic's soccer mothbox repeatedly cause a bland aftertaste, as recently when "50 years of women's soccer" was celebrated and in a - funny - documentary prejudices from the day before yesterday were once again brewed up.


Room for new teams

The goalkeeper's fear of the penalty kick? But he got lost in this picture, so did his team, and even the goalkeeper's net has taken off.

"Women want a total package"

There are still not many people involved in contracts in the field of women's soccer. The smart sports manager Dr. Tim Nebelung has specialised with 11friends in advising female players. And? More and more female players seek his help, because the sport is moving forward. Style PASS online editor Eva Britsch spoke to him about his work.

Nebelung with the player Sarah Puntigam in Montpellier

"Equivalent component of professional soccer"

The fan organisation "Unsere Kurve" is currently making the news with a position paper calling for greater involvement of fans in the "system of professional soccer". Style PASS online spoke with the chairwoman Helen Breit about the current demands.