She-Wolves collect vital win

VfL Women recorded a 3-0 success over Eintracht Frankfurt.

Joelle Wedemeyer vom VfL Wolfsburg springt auf die Jubeltraube der Frauen.

VfL Wolfsburg Women won their first home assignment in the second half of the Google Pixel Women’s Bundesliga thanks to a 3-0 triumph over Eintracht Frankfurt. The 8,867 fans in attendance at the Volkswagen Arena witnessed a closely fought encounter, in which the She-Wolves struggled to find their rhythm in a goalless first half. 

The Green-and-Whites were far more dominant after the break and ultimately came away with a three well-deserved points. Lena Lattwein (86’) and Vivien Endemann (90’+3) were on target for VfL, following an own goal from Frankfurt goalkeeper Stina Johannes (57’). 

The result means the She-Wolves consolidate second place in the table, with Eintracht now six points further back in third. 


Tommy Stroot: “That was a very important win for us. We defended superbly and overall played really well against Frankfurt.”


  • 1-0 Johannes (o.g. 57’): Alex Popp flicks on a throw from Sveindis Jonsdottir at the near post. Eintracht’s goalkeeper Johannes initially catches the ball, but drops it following a slight contact with Lattwein, after which the ball rolls into the net to give VfL a deserved lead. 

  • 2-0 Lattwein (86’): After Svenja Huth’s cross is cleared, the She-Wolves keep applying pressure. Endemann lays the ball off for Lattwein, who buries it into the left-hand corner from distance. 

  • 3-0 Endemann (90’+3): Endemann seals the win and gets her reward for a fantastic display off the bench. In the third minute of stoppage time she receives a pass from Chantal Hagel and finishes smartly from the inside right channel.

Line-ups and stats 

VfL Wolfsburg: Frohms – Wedemeyer, Hendrich, Janssen, Rabano – Lattwein, Oberdorf (87‘ Hagel), Huth (87‘ Kalma) – Jonsdottir (70‘ Brand), Popp, Pajor (79‘ Endemann)

Subs: Schmitz (GK), Wilms, Xhemaili, Brinkmann

Eintracht Frankfurt: Johannes – Wolter (88‘ Riesen), Doorsoun, Kirchberger, Hanshaw (88‘ D. Acikgöz) – Reuteler, Gräwe, Dunst – Anyomi (85‘ Chiba), Freigang (88‘ I. Acikgöz), Prasnikar (79‘ Martinez)

Subs: Bösl (GK), Sanvig, Aehling, Veit

Goals: 1-0 Johannes (57‘/own goal), 2-0 Lattwein (86’), 3-0 Endemann (90’+3)

Yellow cards: Rabano / Freigang

Referee: Miriam Schwermer (Ballenstedt)

Attendance: 8,867 at Volkswagen Arena.