Wolf tracks on Monday

Arrival in Donaueschingen / Mixed Women's World Cup results

The Wolves began their second training camp of the summer on Monday, this time in Donaueschingen. In order to keep VfL fans up-to-date with the latest news about the team's preparations and the club in general, we will provide daily information until the end of the camp.

Kick-off in Donaueschingen: Just 20 minutes after the team's arrival in the Black Forest, balls were already flying around. Not out on the training pitch, however, but on the two table tennis tables next to the entrance at Öschberghof.

The Green-and-Whites did not need a second invitation and after a few games – including an all-French duel between Maxence Lacroix and Nicolas Cozza – it was quickly clear that our boys can do more than just play football!

More news from the Wolf pack 

She-Wolves with mixed results: Germany suffered a setback at the FIFA Women's World Cup on Sunday with a 2-1 defeat against Colombia in their second group game. The team's final group fixture on Thursday 3 August (kick-off 12:00 CEST) against South Korea will decide whether or not they progress to the last 16. 

From a Wolfsburg perspective there was cause for celebration despite the disappointing result: Lena Oberdorf returned to the starting line-up after a spell on the sidelines with injury. However, defender Felicitas Rauch missed out with a knee complaint.

Elsewhere, Sweden sealed their place in the knockout rounds after a comfortable 5-0 victory over Italy on Saturday. The fifth and final goal was scored by VfL striker Rebecka Blomqvist, who came off the bench in the 89th minute.