Members' Stammtisch on women's football: 'We have a great future ahead of us'

Read article contents
Increase size

On Tuesday, 18 April, around 60 members of FC Bayern met at the "Clubheim *1900" to discuss the development of women's football. In addition to Benny Folkmann, managing director of FC Bayern München e.V., who emphasised the importance for club life of holding dialogue with members, Karin Danner, head of women's football, Bianca Rech, sporting director of women's football, and FCB player Jovana Damnjanović addressed the audience. The speeches were followed by a lively discussion between officials and members.

Insights into the day-to-day work

The members' Stammtisch (regulars' table) was once again all about making contact and exchanging ideas with the members as well as providing insights into the development and daily work of women's football. Bianca Rech: "It's important that the members and fans get a feeling for how we work on a daily basis, that they understand how things are connected and that they also get an insight into FC Bayern's talent development, for example.

Members' Stammtisch FC Bayern Women
Mascot Mia also took part in the members' Stammtisch.

FCB striker Jovana Damnjanović answered questions and was delighted with the discussions between the club and its members: "The members' Stammtisch was very nice, the fans were great and asked interesting questions. It did us all a lot of good."

Danner: "A great path"

The development of women's football is progressing overall: "We're currently experiencing a boom in women's football, especially in terms of spectator numbers and media interest. It's a great path and we have a great future ahead of us," said Karin Danner.

The Women's Football Expo took place at the FC Bayern Campus at the beginning of April:

Related news