Tag Archives: Germany Women’s U20

The Daily Drool: Leonie Maier

3 Jul

RENNES, FRANCE – JUNE 05: Leonie Maier of Germany poses for a portrait during the official FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 portrait session at Domaine de Cice-Blossac on June 05, 2019 in Rennes, France. (Photo by Michael Regan – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Defender Leonie has represented Germany at the U17, U19, U20 and senior levels. She currently plays for Arsenal.

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The Daily Drool – WWC 2019 Group B – Germany: Lena Goeßling

8 Jun

Midfielder Lena has played for VfL Wolfsburg since 2011. She has represented Germany at the U17, U19, U20, U23 and senior levels. She has been capped over 100 times.

U-20 Women’s World Cup: Quarter-finals Recap

20 Aug

Well well well. Oui oui oui. Fortunate favoured France in a rematch of the 2016 final, with the hosts besting title holders North Korea to book their place in the semi-finals. France had to do it with a penalty but a goal is a goal is a goal, or so I’m repeatedly told. Continue reading

U-20 Women’s World Cup 2018: Final Round Recap

14 Aug

Here’s how the quarter-finals shaped up following some wickedly dramatic moments in the final round. The most dramatic was the China vs Nigeria match. China needed to win vs Nigeria and Nigeria just needed a draw to go through to the quarter-finals. It looked like China had the win until the 90+5′ minute when Nigeria bagged the tying goal. Continue reading

U-20 Women’s World Cup 2018: Round 2 Recap

12 Aug

After the second round, Netherlands and Germany are the first two teams to qualify for the quarter-finals and Haiti and Ghana are the first two teams heading home. If you are looking to tune in this weekend, Group C will have some high drama with Spain, Japan, and the USA battling for the two top spots. Continue reading

U-20 Women’s World Cup 2018: Round 1 Recap

8 Aug

This is the entrance to the Stade de la Rabine in Vannes, France. Vannes is one of four host sites for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and can we all just agree it has the best stadium entrance. My internal history geek is freaking out right now. Continue reading

The Daily Drool – Olympics Group F – Germany: Tabea Kemme

14 Aug
Tabea Kemme Spielerin des 1. FC Turbine Potsdam, aufgenommen am 03.12.2013, sie ist neue Botschafterin der Stiftung «Hilfe für Familien in Not», in Potsdam (Brandenburg). Foto: Patrick Pleul/dpa

Tabea Kemme Spielerin des 1. FC Turbine Potsdam, aufgenommen am 03.12.2013, sie ist neue Botschafterin der Stiftung «Hilfe für Familien in Not», in Potsdam (Brandenburg). Foto: Patrick Pleul/dpa

Defender/midfielder Tabea has played for 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam since 2008. She has represented Germany at the U17, U19, U20 and senior level.