It is one of Top matches in international women’s soccer, a true classic: Germany vs. Sweden. The world ranking and second in the world and European champions Germany ranked fifth and world championship bronze medalist from Scandinavia to meet on Wednesday 26 October (18 clock), the Millerntor stadium in St. Pauli each other. For the top meeting in Hamburg it is today: back up cards!


The comparisons between the DFB and the Tre Kronor selection have a tradition. Already met each other 18 times a two-time world champion and the third in the World Cup 2011. The balance sheet looks, the German team with twelve wins and six defeats in advantage – never draw ended the duel.

Frequently, the two nations met each other in important games. Ten times more crossed the road at the big tournaments at the World Cup, European Championships or the Olympic Games. Have high sentimental value, while the World Cup final in 2003, when the DFB team in Carson after a 2-1 golden goal by Nia Künzer won. The 1-0 triumph in the European Championship finals of 2001 in Ulm or the 3-2 in the finals of EURO 1995 in Kaiserslautern many German soccer fans have a positive memory.


Order tickets online easily

Tickets to the Internet, via the DFB-ticket hotline (phone:. 01805-110201, 0.14 € / Min from landline, mobile max 0.42 € / min) and the CTS-stores are ordered.

For more ticket outlets there at the Hamburg Football Association (Jenfelder Allee 70 ac, 22043 Hamburg, Fax No: 040 / 67 58 70 90) and FC St. Pauli (tickets Centre, Holy Spirit, Field 1, 20359 Hamburg, opening times: Mon, Tue. Clock and Friday from 10-18, Thu 10-19 Clock, Wednesday and Saturday from 10-15 Clock).



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Kristin Hammarström Kopparberg / Göteborg FC 
Hedvig Lindahl Kristianstad DFF 

Sara Larsson KIF Örebro DFF 
Lina Nilsson LdB FC Malmö 
Charlotte Rohlin Linköpings FC 
Linda Sembrant Kopparberg / Göteborg FC 
Annica Svensson Tyresö FF 
Sara Thunebro FFC Frankfurt 

Lisa Dahlkvist Kopparberg / Göteborg FC 
Nilla Fischer LdB FC Malmö 
Antonia Göransson FFC Turbine Potsdam 
Sofia Jakobsson FC Rossiyanka 
Caroline Seger LdB FC Malmö 
Therese sea border LdB FC Malmö 

Madelaine Edlund Tyresö FF 
Jessica Landström FFC Frankfurt
Lotta Schelin Olympique Lyonnais 
Josefine Öqvist Tyresö FF 





Nadine Angerer (1.FFC Frankfurt) 

Kathrin Längert (FC Bayern Munich)

Almuth Schult (SC 07 Bad Neuenahr) 



Saskia Bartusiak (1.FFC Frankfurt) 

Verena Faißt (VfL Wolfsburg)

Josephine Henning (VfL Wolfsburg)

Tabea Kemme (1.FFC Turbine Potsdam)

Annike Krahn (FCR 2001 Duisburg) 

Babett Peter (1. FFC Turbine Potsdam)

Bianca Schmidt (1. FFC Turbine Potsdam)



Fatmire Bajramaj (1. FFC Frankfurt) 

Melanie Behringer (1. FFC Frankfurt) 

Linda Bresonik (FCR 2001 Duisburg)

Lena Goeßling (VfL Wolfsburg)

Svenja Huth (1. FFC Frankfurt)

Simone Laudehr (FCR 2001 Duisburg)

Anja Mittag (1. FFC Turbine Potsdam)



Inka Grings (FC Zürich)

Martina Müller (VfL Wolfsburg)

Celia Okoyino da Mbabi (SC 07 Bad Neuenahr) 

Alexandra Popp (FCR 2001 Duisburg)



  1. Izzy 10 years ago

    John Herdman in the list to best coach? Oo Kill me now! They should be joking…serious

    I think Pia diserve win this year, but my favs coaches are Silvia Neid and Bruno Bini

  2. Women's Soccer United 11 years ago

    Yeah I managed to watch some of the game, I saw Schelin’s effort coming off the crossbar, very unlucky!



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