Ewa Pajor extends her contract

Striker commits to the Green-and-Whites through to 2025.

VfL management have made an important signing in terms of the club’s squad for the short and medium term, with Ewa Pajor committing her future to the She-Wolves until at least 2025. The Polish striker’s deal was set to expire in 2023, but an extra two years have now been added.

The 25-year-old joined VfL in 2015 from Medyk Konin and has gone on to make 83 FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga appearances for the Green-and-Whites, with a further 19 in the DFB Cup and 33 in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. She has picked up five German league trophies with the club and seven DFB Cup wins. The 2018/19 season also saw Pajor finish as top-scorer in the Bundesliga with 24 goals. She has also won 69 caps for Poland, notching 46 goals in the process.

“Feel at home here”

“I’m really happy that I’ll be staying in Wolfsburg for a few more years,” said Pajor. “I see it as a new challenge. I feel at home here in Wolfsburg – I totally identify with the VfL ideology. I’ve matured so much in my seven years in Wolfsburg, but I’m still looking to continue my development in a lot of respects and work on myself, and that will definitely be possible with the team and the coaching staff here. There’s a winning mentality throughout the club and I want to go on to win more silverware with Wolfsburg – as many titles as possible. The squad, the coaching staff and everyone behind the scenes are just great here. I’ve already spent a significant portion of my life in Wolfsburg but there’s more to come – and I can hardly wait!”

“One of the world’s best strikers“

“Ewa came to us as an 18-year-old and over time has developed into one of the world’s best strikers,” said Ralf Kellermann, sporting director for VfL Women.  “As well as the sporting qualities that she has, she’s got a strong personality that can help to carry the team. She’s incredibly professional in every aspect, day in, day out, and that makes her a model for a lot of young players. We’re delighted that we’ll be able to count on Ewa as part of our team in the future.“