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Magenta Sport to broadcast all Women’s Bundesliga games live!

The DFB and its partner Telekom are making a significant investment into the visibility of the FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga. For the first time, all matches of this upcoming season will be available to watch live on Magenta Sport. The presidium of the DFB agreed to the proposal for the investment …

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Kicker announce Germany’s Men’s & Women’s player of the year, coach of the year!

FC Bayern Munich goalgetter Robert Lewandowski has been recognised as Germany’s ‘Footballer of the Year’ for 2021, while 1899 Hoffenheim’s Nicole Billa has been named as Germany’s ‘Women’s Footballer of the Year’ and Chelsea FC’s Thomas Tuchel has been named as Germany’s ‘Coach of the Year’. Lewandowski received 356 of …

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1.FC Köln Women’s sign Indian origin midfielder Manjou Wilde!

1.FC Köln have signed Germany midfielder of Indian origin Manjou Wilde for the upcoming season. The FIFA under-20 World Cup winner joins from Women Bundesliga club SGS Essen. The squad for the new season back in the FLYERALARM Frauen-Bundesliga continues to take shape. After Jana Beuschlein, Elvira Herzog and Irini …

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German Women’s Bundesliga players issue protest letter to DFB over Heiko Vogel verdict!

Footballers from Germany’s two top-tier women’s leagues, the FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga (FLYERALARM Frauen-Bundesliga) and the 2nd Division Bundesliga (2. Frauen-Bundesliga), have issued a letter to the German FA (DFB – Deutscher Fußball-Bund) in protest to a verdict against Borussia Mönchengladbach’s men’s U-23 team head coach Heiko Vogel. Vogel demonstrated “unsporting …

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Germany’s 2020 Player of the Year: Honours of Lewandowski, Flick & Harder!

Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski has been named as Germany’s Player of the Year for the first time. The 32-year-old succeeds previous winner Marco Reus after receiving the majority support of journalists (276 selections) in a vote organized by kicker magazine. Manager of the Year went to former DFB sporting director …

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DFB presidium approves schedule for the 2020/21 Women’s season in Germany!

The presidium of the German FA – Deutscher Fußball-Bund (DFB) – has approved the overall schedule for the 2020-21 Women’s season at an extraordinary session on Monday, July 6. The top tier of Women’s club football – the FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga (FLYERALARM Frauen-Bundesliga) – is scheduled to kick-off its season …

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DFL & DFB support launch of ‘Corona-Warn-App’ in Germany!

DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga together with the clubs of the Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 and the German Football Association (DFB) with its 21 state and five regional associations, are supporting the German government launch the new ‘Corona-Warn-App’. The new app became available for voluntary use on Tuesday, June 16 and …

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1.FFC Frankfurt women’s team merge with Eintracht Frankfurt!

Eintracht Frankfurt and 1.FFC Frankfurt have sealed the merger that had been prepared over the last few months, creating a new hub of German women’s youth and senior football at the heart of Europe. On Tuesday, June 16, Eintracht board members Axel Hellmann, Fredi Bobic and Oliver Frankenbach and club …

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Selected updates to the medical & organisational concept of the DFL & DFB!

DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga and DFB are making selected changes to the medical and organisational concept for the current special match operations in the Bundesliga, Bundesliga 2, 3.Liga and the Women’s Bundesliga. The changes are based in large part on the experiences from the match days completed after the restart …

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Germany’s Women’s Bundesliga returns to action on May 29!

The FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga and the Women’s DFB-Pokal will recommence from Friday, May 29. In many federal states, the conditions for the resumption of match operations, including those for the Women’s Bundesliga, are now in place. In video conference led by chairman of the committee Siegfried Dietrich, an overwhelming majority …

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