27.10.2021 – 14:14
- Sky will broadcast the round of 16 match on Monday from 6.15 p.m. live on Sky Sport 1
- Moderator Nele Schenker, ex-national player Julia Simic and commentator Hannes Herrmann report from the Dreisamstadion in Freiburg
- Draw of the quarter-finals on November 7th from 6.30 p.m. on Sky Sport Bundesliga 1 and also free to receive in the stream on skysport.de – national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg and Verena Schweers in the studio
- UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 draw tomorrow from 6 p.m. live from Manchester on Sky Sport News and in the free live stream on skysport.de and in the Sky Sport app
- “Dortmunder Mädchen” – third episode of the seasonal film series “BVB 09 – Stories who we are” exclusively on Sky
- Experience the women’s DFB Cup live Sky Q or the flexible streaming service Sky Ticket
Unterföhring, October 27, 2021 – On Monday there will be a new edition of the final of 2019 in the women’s DFB Cup. SC Freiburg will receive the defending champions VfL Wolfsburg in the round of 16. Sky will broadcast the game live on Sky Sport 1 from 6.15 p.m. Nele Schenker welcomes the audience together with ex-national player Julia Simic from the Dreisamstadion. The game will be commented on by Hannes Herrmann.
Sky will broadcast a top game from each round of the 2021/22 competition live, a total of six matches from the 1st round up to and including the finals.
Quarter-final draw on November 7th
The quarter-finals (March 1st and 2nd, 2022) will then be determined on November 7th by the former national player and three-time cup winner Verena Schweers under the supervision of the draw manager and national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg. Sky will broadcast the draw from 6.30 p.m. on Sky Sport Bundesliga 1 and will be free to receive in the live stream on skysport.de.
UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 draw tomorrow on Sky Sport News
The draw for the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 will take place tomorrow. Sky Sport News will broadcast live from Manchester from 6 p.m. Moderator Gregor Teicher arranges the events together with the former national player Lena Goeßling for the Sky viewer. The draw can also be followed in the free live stream on skysport.de and in the Sky Sport app.
The third episode of the 10-part, seasonal film series “BVB 09 – Stories who we are” will be broadcast tomorrow exclusively on Sky Sport Bundesliga 1. This time everything revolves around Borussia Dortmund’s newly founded women’s football team. Parallel to the linear broadcast, this is also available on demand on Sky Q.
The documentary “BVB 09 – Stories who we are” offers fans an exclusive look behind the scenes at Borussia Dortmund. Sky shows these exclusively on German television every ten Thursdays.
Be there live with Sky Q
A selected top game from each round of the women’s DFB Cup 2021/22 can be received with Sky Q for customers with a Sky Sport package, either on classic TV or with Sky Go on the move. With Sky Q, customers are more flexible than ever and have the option of switching to a monthly subscription after the first contract term. Sky Q with Sky Go, HD quality and the entertainment package, which also includes Sky Sport News, are included as standard.
The women’s DFB Cup with Sky Ticket
With Sky Ticket, fans can experience the live broadcasts from Sky very flexibly (skyticket.de). The streaming service offers the great variety of Sky Sport in attractive offers. For the start of the season, fans can, for example, secure the annual ticket and enjoy all of Sky’s live sports on up to two devices at the same time without worrying for 12 months. Simply book online and start streaming straight away. The monthly ticket can be canceled at any time and is perfect for fans who want to be as flexible as possible. With the annual ticket, which guarantees the best price for the full range of sports for 12 months, it will be significantly cheaper.
Via Sky Germany
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