Germany’s Women Footballers – Untold Stories
Eight-times European Champions and two-times World Champions: the fairytale of the German Women’s national team. Pioneer Anne Trabant, current international player Dzsenifer Marozsán and U17 European Champion Melissa Kössler tell us about their passion for the sport that was forbidden for women until 1970.
Film by Felix Schwadorf and Jana Schäfer
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Date18.07.2017 | 9:00
Tags#sport, Anne Trabant, Dzsenifer Marozsán, European Champions, football, German Women's national team, Melissa Kössler, women's rights, World Champions