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Bayern Munich vs VfL Wolfsburg Live Score (German Cup Women 2022/2023, Semi-Finals)


1:45 p.m

Bayern coach Alexander Straus is forced to make a change compared to the last league game against Meppen and brings in Maximiliane Rall from the start. She replaces 18-year-old Franziska Kett, who sustained a shoulder injury in Tuesday’s U19 international and will be out for the rest of the season. Wolfsburg coach Tommy Stroot made four changes compared to the 8-0 home win against Werder Bremen. Instead of Lena Lattwein (shoulder injury) and Kristin Demann (bench), the double six are now made up of Lena Oberdorf and Svenja Huth. In attack, Jill Roord and Sveindís Jónsdóttir replace Tabea Waßmuth (bench) and Alexandra Popp, who suffered a right calf injury during the international match against Brazil.

1:45 p.m

In the second semi-final tomorrow evening at 6:30 p.m., second division club RB Leipzig will meet the players of SC Freiburg. Regardless of the outcome of the game, the winners of today’s game will be the clear favorites going into the final, which will take place on May 18 at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.

1:30 p.m

While the women from Wolfsburg, together with 1. FFC Frankfurt, hold the record for the most DFB Cup wins with a total of nine titles, the Munich team won the title for the first and last time in 2011/2012.


In the cup quarter-finals at the end of February, both teams confidently prevailed. Bayern Munich beat TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 2-0 and VfL Wolfsburg won 4-0 in Cologne. In the last eight years, the players from Wolfsburg have always crowned themselves as cup winners. With a win today, the Munich team could break the impressive cup dominance of the guests from Wolfsburg. Last year, the Wolves also met FC Bayern in the semifinals and left the pitch with a 3-1 win. VfL easily won last year’s final against Turbine Potsdam 4-0.


In a semi-final with the character of a final, the leaders of the women’s Bundesliga meet the league runners-up from Wolfsburg in front of their home crowd. About three weeks ago, the Munich team overtook the Wolves with a narrow 1-0 win in the league and took the lead in the table. However, since the two top teams are only separated by a point, everything is still open in this year’s championship duel.


Hello and welcome to the first semi-final of the women’s DFB Cup. At 2:00 p.m., FC Bayern Munich welcomes the players from VfL Wolfsburg.

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