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International women's day : Berlin's Teams are on the go

soccer, hockey, Basketball, Handball, Volleyball – that is, the professional team sports, in which the Berlin look on during the loved one. Week in and week out

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International women's day : Berlin's Teams are on the go

soccer, hockey, Basketball, Handball, Volleyball – that is, the professional team sports, in which the Berlin look on during the loved one. Week in and week out, you pull together up to 100 000 visitors in the arenas – in the case of men. For women, it looks different. As a Team, they are not as in focus as individual athletes. In four of the five most popular team sports Berlin is in the women's second-rate. Take a tour to the International women's day.

SOCCER

Berlin has dominated the League. Viktoria 89 prior to the 1. FC Union, five of the twelve teams come from Berlin. However, it is only the Regionalliga Nordost, the third-highest play class. Further to the above, Berlin is no longer represented in the Bundesliga for almost ten years. The 1. FC Lübars had managed to make 2015 the rise of sporty, but did not play. Also, because Hertha BSC had previously announced, the cooperation with the Association will expire. Today, there are in Lübars no women's team. "Above the Regionalliga it will be difficult because we have so many locations," says Nadine Fröhnel, she is on the Board of the Berlin football Association for the women and Girls. It is a top club does not exist, in which all the talents play or to the sponsors of focus. The latter, anyway. Talents. As the 21-year-old twins Katja and Dina Orschmann. They are Junior national players, were formerly only in the case of the star in 1900, then at Union. Currently both in the Second League with Turbine Potsdam II play, at Least in this League next season could be find also in Berlin. Big League dreams ban. "Once a Association would have to establish itself in the Second League permanently," says Nadine Fröhnel. ses

ice HOCKEY

In hockey, work, old pictures, even more than in many other sports. It is regarded as a tough Sport, the world Association has not yet succeeded, to treat the women on equal footing. The game must be different than the men are wearing the full visor, the rules are modified, which relates to the Check. No reason that the women of the polar bear does not know more attention. One and a half years, the women's Department of the OSC Berlin, joined the greatest football club in Berlin. The OSC in the past, several times champion, was the polar bear women around and Bob up and down in the middle of the League. Officially they belong to the Junior Department, the girls up to the age of 13 years when the boys are playing. The polar bear inside of Berlin, is the only women's-only League in major team sports, but the Games in the sports forum, the ranks are empty. Sven Felski, President of the polar bears Juniors, is "clueless", as he says: "We advertise a lot and deserve more viewers. The team is young and has potential.“ cv.

BASKETBALL

Who on the website of the Basketball court deer Alba, the women's team is looking for, is not directly able to find. You will be guided in the section "youth". In fact, the women's Department at Alba is still under construction. This season, the club plays for the first time in the Northern half of the two-tier Second Bundesliga. And a further rise is not yet in sight. On the contrary, As a table, the Berlin fighting second-to-last against the descent. The threat of relegation would be a setback, but not a reason to change the direction: "girls and women's Basketball will play in the future in the case of Alba, a still bigger role", says of the club page in a Statement. "At the same time we are convinced, however, that we let this grow organically and the necessary structures in the long term want to build." Some of the talents in Alba's big girl Department may therefore hope for a future through the youth of the area. cat

FOOTBALL

In March, three years ago, had turned the fate against the women of the foxes: Although it ran for sporty good for the team, decided the club's withdrawal from the League. You could not take the financial risk, said managing Director Bob Hanning at the time: sponsors were broken away, and the Team exits and the career had to cope with the end of the same seven players. And: really popular were the performances in the city were not. Hardly 500 spectators were, on average, in the hall. The restart in the third division but seemed to do well was now fully on the youth. "This was exactly the right recipe," says Manager Britta Lorenz today. The average age is 22 years and the Team has again played in the second Bundesliga, where it is currently located according to the ordinary course of the season in the midfield. "There are some treasures in the Team and the need to prove themselves," says Lorenz, in tricky situations, it also depends on experience. But if everything develops as well as in the past, would play the Spreefüxxe also like to re-Bundesliga. In terms of sponsors, one tries to distribute the funding on several shoulders. "We succeed very well," says Lorenz, but also: "we must continue to work hard." aley

VOLLEYBALL

After the Köpenicker SC two years ago for financial reasons, the League pulled back in Berlin, two clubs in the Second League: Rotation Prenzlauer Berg and the Berlin-Brandenburg SC from Köpenick. On the rise of both clubs this season, no Chance in the long term, however, you have the Bundesliga in the view. "In four or five years, that would be possible. But this is a big jump,“ says Annette Klatt, Vice-Chairman of the BBSC. And Jelmen Guhlke, Manager of the RPB-second League-team, emphasises: "We want to. in two to four years in the First League In Berlin one is in the Second League of the just in the shade.“ Also with the approach, as you continue to the top want to come, are similar, both clubs – with their own talents. "We are building a sustainable structure," says Klatt. This is for the BBSC currently the biggest challenge. "The most Difficult thing is to inspire the children to be longer for sports and Volleyball. But we have achieved with our volunteers and the Jugendwartin Romy Haake very good progress.“ In the case of RPB, the focus is clearly on youth. "We go specifically in the schools," says Guhlke. "The finances are the biggest hurdles." While you can play in the Second division with a budget of less than EUR 100 000 will be in the Bundesliga a medium six-figure amount due. Therefore, the BR Volleys have built up no women's Team. To acquire "in addition to financial resources, is for us difficult," says Manager Kaweh Niroomand. jne

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