National player Julia Gwynn sees women’s football in Germany still subject to “outdated prejudices”. “Women’s football is not very attractive, so many people back off.” I want more endurance and an open mind, “Gwin said.
Countries like Spain and England are far ahead. “People there see football not as two different categories. The 100-meter sprinter is not constantly compared to the 100-meter sprinter,” said the 22-year-old from Eilingon on the Build newspaper’s Constance Lake.
Germany is not yet ready for equal pay in football
That’s why Gwin did not see Germany ready for “equal pay” in football: “But this is not the case for me and most other players. It’s about the same framework conditions. “Women football players will win just like men, and we’ll train the same way,” the 22-year-old said.
“A really interesting thing”: Bayern women play at the Alliance Arena
The Bayern Women’s Champions League quarter-final will be played on March 22 against Paris Saint-Germain for the first time at the Alliance Arena. “It’s really fun! It’s not just an ad for women’s football, it’s another important indication of the future,” Gwin said.
Travel fan. Freelance analyst. Proud problem solver. Infuriatingly humble zombie junkie.