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Women’s DFB Cup: FC Carl Zeiss Jena hopes for a record against Bayern Munich

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Women’s DFB Cup: FC Carl Zeiss Jena hopes for a record against Bayern Munich

As of: March 5, 2024 7:40 a.m

For the sixth time in the women’s DFB Cup, it’s Jena versus Bayern Munich. On Tuesday the German champions travel to the Saale for the quarter-finals. The FCC warmed up with success in a prestigious duel.

The footballers of FC Carl Zeiss Jena go into the DFB Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday (March 5th, 2024) against champions Bayern Munich as blatant outsiders. The team from Thuringia is toying with a new attendance record in front of their home crowd. The match against the Bundesliga table leaders will be available in the live ticker in the SpiO app from 6:30 p.m.

Results: DFB Women’s Cup, season 23/24 arrow right

Record attendance stands at 2,713

On Saturday, the FCC gained self-confidence with a 3-1 win at the start of the second half of the season against Turbine Potsdam and improved to fourth place in the second division table: “We showed everyone that we are there. We didn’t have to do anything else. And now we are ready for Bayern,” goalscorer Josephine Bonsu told MDR. It’s now important to regenerate well, added coach Florian Kästner: “It’s an additional game against Bayern Munich. The focus is on the league. But I trust our girls to do anything. I hope a lot of people come.”

Jena’s attendance record at home is 2,713. That’s how many came to the university sports center in 2010 for the USV’s 3-0 semi-final win against SG Essen-Schönebeck. So far, 2,500 tickets have been sold for the Bayern guest game. It takes place in the large Ernst Abbe sports field, which is now known as the “ad hoc arena”.

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Bayern still unbeaten in the Bundesliga – sixth cup duel

The Munich team is at the top of the Bundesliga, one point ahead of cup winners Wolfsburg. Norwegian Alexander Straus’ team is undefeated in 14 games. Bayern got eleven wins and three draws. The double is still possible. However, this is only possible through VfL Wolfsburg, who have won the cup nine times in a row and have been unbeaten in this competition since 2013. Overall, the Straus team only lost once this season, 0-1 in the Champions League at Ajax Amsterdam.

Jena and the Bayern women have met five times in the cup so far. The Thuringians were always left behind. In the 2022 quarter-finals, Jena ended badly with a 1:9 defeat.


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