The exhibition in Zwickau is organized by the Fan Project Zwickau and the Saxon Football Association


LOCATION: Projek 46

main street 46 + 41



PERIOD: 24.04.23-08.05.23





Read more: PROGRAM: 27/10/2022 - 01/11/2022 IN KARLSRUHE


The exhibition in Karlsruhe is organised by the Fanprojekt Karlsruhe


LOCATION: Karlsruhe Regional Council 

Karl-Friedrichstr. 17

76133 Karlsruhe


DATE: 27.10.22 - 03.11.22

OPENING HOURS: Mon-Fri: 10am-6pm, Sat: 3pm-2pm



01.11.22 - 11:00: eat, talk and listen - What can we do for football!

St. Nicholas Chapel, Basler-Tor-Str. 6

76227 Karlsruhe


Carolin Braun - FIFA

Sophia Gerschel - BAG Fan Projects 

Petra Ludwig - LSC

Ines Schnell - fan representative, active fan scene

and Daniel Melchien talk about their work and experiences in Football


Read more: PROGRAM: 20/046/2022 - 29/06/2022 IN GOETTINGEN

The exhibition in Göttingen is organised by the Supporters Crew in cooperation with SC Göttingen 05



Fanroom Nullfünf

Obere-Masch-Str. 10

37073 Göttingen 



Mon - Fri 16:00 - 20:00 hrs.

Sun 14:00 - 18:00 



Mon., 20.06.22, from 6 p.m. --- Exhibition opening with lecture: about the creation of the exhibition "fan.tastic females -football her.story", the strength of networks and the fight against sexism and sexualised violence in football (speaker: Antje Hagel)
Wed, 22.06.22, from 8 pm --- FLINTA* bar (*Female, lesbian, nonbinary, trans, agender persons)
Fri, 24/06/22, 8pm --- Film evening: "Fotboll i nöd och lust - Football for Better or for Worse" (Swedish with English subtitles)
Sat., 25.06.22, from 1 p.m. --- 1st SC Göttingen 05 club party - exhibition remains closed!
Mon., 27/06/22, 19:05 --- Storytelling Café with Gerda Brocks (Fanszene Göttingen)
Wed, 29/06/22, from 4pm --- Flag painting day for females & friends and closing 


>> Sponsored by the Lower Saxony Lotto Sports Foundation.






The exhibition in Leverkusen is hosted by the Fan Project Leverkusen


LOCATION: League '20

Indoor soccer Leverkusen

Bismarck Street 127

51373 Leverkusen


PERIOD: 14.11.22-24.11.22

OPENING HOURS: Mon-Fri: 10am-6pm, Sat: 3pm-2pm, Sat-Sun: 10:30am-2pm



  • 15.11.22 - 19:00 panel discussion fan.tastic females in Leverkusen with:

- female players of Bayer 04 Leverkusen

- Fan representatives

- Daniela Frühling from the fan project

- and a female exhibition organiser

Modration: Alina Schwermer


  • 16./17./23.11.22 - 17:00 - 19:00 Walk & Talk with the Fan Project


  • 23.11.22 - 19:00 Meet & Gret with the Bayer 04 Leverkusen Women


Read more: PROGRAM: 09/06/2022 - 16/06/2021 IN OLDENBURG

The exhibition in OLDENBURG is organised by VfB für Alle and Werkstattfilm in cooperation with Helene-Lange-Schule





Marschweg 38,

26122 Oldenburg


OPENING HOURS: 16:00 - 18:00 




Friday, 10 June
International film premiere These girls are fighting for a breath of air

Kick-off: 22:00 Location: KinOLaden (Wallstraße 24, 26122 Oldenburg)

Iran is a strange and interesting country, the government is dictatorial, religious and traditional in its thinking, but most Iranians are not strictly religious and nationalistic and seek modernity. After the revolution of 11 February 1979, women became second-class citizens under Sharia law. Women fought for their rights for 40 years until the Islamic regime softened a little and tolerated secret freedoms for women. After the 1979 revolution, almost all sports disciplines for women were banned. Football is one of the most popular sports with many followers in Iran, but after February 1979, women's football was banned. Through international pressure and FIFA, Iran was forced to allow women's football and women were allowed to play with headscarves and covered clothing. However, until now, women are not allowed to enter football stadiums and men are banned from watching women's football matches.

This film is a narrative about the struggle of Iranian women footballers to overcome their restrictions and demonstrate their abilities to everyone. The Iranian female footballers narrate their aspirations and dreams in the film.
These girls are fighting for a breath.


Saturday, 11 June
Lecture with Antje Grabenhorst: "Perle ausm Block?! - female ultras between conformity and rebellion".

Kick-off: 18:00

Venue: Marschwegstadion (Marschweg 25, 26122 Oldenburg)

What motivates female Ultras to give their last for the club week after week, to tour stadiums, to scream their hearts out? Probably the same as men - or not? In any case, their presence almost automatically gives them a special role and a minority position, and it is often difficult for them to be a normal part of ultra culture. But they are there and have long been part of it against all odds.

In a mixture of science and reports of experiences, the lecture would like to shed light on the controversial roles and positions of female ultras between making sandwiches and standing in the front row, object and subject status, adaptation and rebellion. And in doing so, they will explore the question of whether women in the ultra scene have what it takes to turn the whole place upside down.


Saturday 11 June Film: The Miracle of Taipei Kick-off: 8 p.m.

Venue: Marschweg Stadium (Marschweg 25, 26122 Oldenburg)

In 1981, Taiwan invited women to their first World Cup - at a time when the German Football Association (DFB) was more tolerant than supportive of women's football, which was officially banned in Germany until 1970. Since the establishment of a women's national team had not been of interest to the DFB until then, the invitation went to the German record champions SSG 09 Bergisch Gladbach. In the film, the former players, some of whom started out in an illegal bar team on a cinder pitch in Cologne-Dellbrück, tell of the conditions, which seem absurd today, under which they fought for their great dream of football, against all odds and with a good dose of humour.

Without any support from the DFB, they played the tournament of their lives in front of hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic spectators in the World Cup stadiums and live on Taiwanese television. Led by exceptional coach Anne Trabant-Haarbach, who also played as a striker, "Team Germany" from Bergisch Gladbach became world champions. With 25 goals and unbeaten. Accompanied by historical film footage - contemporary testimonies of a man's world that seem all the more anachronistic today - the film tells a football story that is about much more than sporting success, namely equality and recognition.


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