The round of 16 of the women’s DFB Cup was drawn on Sunday evening. The FC women compete at the Bundesliga club Turbine Potsdam.
Julia Simic, assistant coach of the DFB’s U17 women and four-time DFB Cup winner, lost the round of 16 of the women’s DFB Cup on Sunday evening (October 30th and 31st) at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt. Simic gave the FC women an away game at 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam. FC captain Peggy Kuznik played for Potsdam for seven years and Anna Gerhardt and Nina Ehegötz also have players in the opposing squad who have already tied their football boots for both clubs.
FC coach Sascha Glass says: “Playing away in Potsdam is a very difficult task, but not an impossible one. Turbine has a strong team with young players who are capable of developing. In addition, they have their audience behind them. Still, I think we have a realistic chance of causing a surprise. We’ll try everything to make it to the quarter-finals. “
The round of 16 in the women’s DFB Cup at a glance (October 30/31, 2021)
1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (FFBL) – 1. FC Cologne (FFBL)
SC Freiburg (FFBL) – VfL Wolfsburg (FFBL)
Bayer 04 Leverkusen (FFBL) – TSG Hoffenheim (FFBL)
FC Bayern Munich (FFBL) – SG Eintracht Frankfurt (FFBL)
SV Werder Bremen (FFBL) – SC Sand (FFBL)
Karlsruher SC (Regionalliga Süd) – FC Carl Zeiss Jena (FFBL)
Sportfreunde Siegen (Regionalliga West) – SV Henstedt-Ulzburg (2nd FBL)
Hamburger SV (Regionalliga Nord) – SGS Essen (FFBL)