For the many players from all over southern Germany in the stadium and for those in front of the screens, it should have been a pleasing finding: Yes, women’s football also goes for clubs in great stadiums.

At the premiere of Bayern in the Munich Allianz Arena, 13,000 spectators ensured an atmospheric backdrop. Even if the 1: 2 (0: 1) in the quarterfinal first leg against Paris Saint-Germain the German masters ached and many of the 75,000 seats remained free. “I hope it has a signal effect for women’s football,” said Bavaria President Herbert Hainer.

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“Motivating for women’s football”

This is “also for many young girls who watch” and be “motivational for women’s football in Munich and throughout Germany,” said Hainer in the Sky interview. The new visitor record would have earned the Bayern footballers who normally play about 1000 visitors on their campus in the Bundesliga. And this Bayern women has developed incredibly positively in recent years: “A technically high game, great vests – no longer comparable to women’s football from ten years ago.”

Despite despite and determination, Bayern women reacted to the unfortunate defeat. “We’re going to be a backlog for Paris, but it’s not over,” Striker Jens Scheuer emphasized. The late free-core of Nationalstürmerin Klara Bühl (84th minute) has given the Munich hope in front of the second leg on March 30 (21:00 pm / Dazn) – which will be held in the Paris Prince Park.

The Munichers dismissed some chance

“You have felt out behind that there was some euphoria. From me it could be for the regularity,” said Captainin Lina Magull after the performance in the Great Stadium. The longer the game lasted, the louder it became in the arena. “It’s great that 13,000 were here, who has seen the game was not boring. I hope it was not a mayfly,” said scrub. Bavaria women not only asked a “fantastic game,” but the Bayern women, but patzten in the defensive and leaving the front so some chance.

In addition to Hainer, Bayern Bayern womens Executor Oliver Kahn and Men coach Julian Nagelsmann also looked at that. Elsewhere, the women conquer the stadiums of men quasi in the storm. Defending champion FC Barcelona For World Footballer Alexia Putellas, his quarter-final return match against Real Madrid on March 30 at Camp Nou – and has sold Jerkzuck all 85,000 cards. Thus, the viewer record in the Champions League, set up with 50.212 fans at the final 2012 between the 1st FFC Frankfurt and Olympique Lyon in the Munich Olympic Stadium, are cracked.