Soccer player Lina Magull feverishly matches England against Germany in front of a sold-out house. The 25 year-old eagerly awaits an absolute highlight.
Bayern Monaco's team-mate Lina Magull does not see the time of DFB Women 'Testspiel match against England: "Above all, I do not see the time to see the fantastic scenery that lies ahead, not I never thought I could play in front of so many spectators. It's a special honor for me, and then in such a historic stadium, in England, at Wembley, it will be a one-off, "said the Bayern player before the game on t- online.de. "We as a team want to show our best team and obviously win this game."
90,000 in Germany? Magull: "Hard to imagine"
The international match of German female footballers on Saturday (18.30 clock / live at Eurosport) at Wembley cannot miss the new president of the DFB. Fritz Keller, along with a high-level delegation, will visit the duel with exhausted British women with 90,000 spectators.
Fritz Keller: the president of the DFB is at the Wembley stadium on the spot. (Source: Kirchner-Media / imago images)
In addition to Keller, DFB Vice President Hannelore Koch, 1st Vice-President Rainer Koch, Joti Chatzialexiou, National Teams Sports Director and Tobias Haupt, head of the DFB Academy, are traveling to London.
The game before 90,000 is a special moment for players. But is such a background even realistic in a DFB women's game in Germany? The national player Magull is skeptical: "Starting something like that would obviously be nice, but to be honest, it's hard to imagine at the moment," said the two-time World Cup scorer. "It would be a great estimate if we could get 20,000 spectators in an international match, so we have to be realistic."
Magull on equal pay: "Excellent exclamation point"
On the other hand, the Dortmund native commented positively on the "Equal Pay" decision of the Australian association a few days ago. In the future, Australian female players will receive the same salary as their male counterparts. "This is a big exclamation point for Australian football, but you can't compare it to German football, so we don't expect pay equality, but if there is constant progress, it would be a great tribute."
Magull would be even more grateful: "For what we do, with the same or sometimes even more effort, with the second support you need, which is more important to us, I hope that we too have a positive development".