Sights: FFC Frankfurt vs. SV Weder Bremen

SV Werder Bremen and FFC Frankfurt lineups.FFC Frankfurt's Saskia Bartusiak against SV Werder Bremen.Saskia Bartusiak of FFC Frankfurt.SV Werder Bremen's Jennifer Martens stops a shot from FFC Frankfurt's Kerstin Garefrekes.Peggy Kuznik (FFC ) and Sandra Hausberger (WB).Desirée Schumann (FFC) and Sandra Hausberger (WB).Desirée Schumann (FFC) gets a yellow card.Peggy Kuznik (FFC) and mask against SV Werder Bremen.Saskia Bartusiak scores for FFC Frankfurt on a penalty kick.FFC Frankfurt celebrates Bartusiak's goal off a penalty kick.FFC's Ana-Maria Crnogorčević against SV Werder Bremen.SV Weder Bremen's Pia-Sohpie Wolter.FFC Frankfurt's Yuki Ogimi.Yuki Ogimi (FFC) and Katharina Schiechtl (WB) battle for the ball.FFC's Mandy Islacker tries.SV Werder Bremen celebrates their equalizer goal against FFC Frankfurt.Marith Prießen for FFC Frankfurt.FFC Frankfurt's Kathrin Hendrich.Legend Kerstin Garefrekes (FFC).SV Werder Bremen Gabriella Toth.SV Werder Bremen celebrates.Desirée Schumann (FFC) in action. (But is Garefrekes even jumping? Probably not.)Desirée Schumann (FFC) makes a save.Sandra Hausberger (WB) and Ana-Maria Crnogorčević (FFC) have their eyes on the ball.SV Werder Bremen squad celebration.SV Weder Bremen players celebrate the 1-1 draw against FFC Frankfurt.

Sights: FFC Frankfurt vs. SV Weder Bremen

On October 18, 2015, 1. FFC Frankfurt and SV Weder Bremen played to a 1-1 draw at Weserstadion Platz 12 in front of a crowd of 521.

FFC Frankfurt struck first in the 29th minute after Saskia Bartusiak converted from the spot. SV Werder Bremen’s Stephanie Goddard found the back of the net for the equalizer in the 62nd minute. It was Frankfurt’s first draw of the season and came after a string of five matches in 15 days.

Currently, Frankfurt sits in fifth place in the league table while newly promoted Werder Bremen sits in eleventh.

Caroline Charruyer was on the sidelines to capture all of the action.


About the Photojournalist

Caroline Charruyer holds a Master of Science degree in Marketing and Management from Dauphine University in Paris. She currently resides in northern Germany where she works in the space industry. Because of her obvious lack of talent with a soccer ball at her feet, she uses her skills as a photographer to cover as many games as possible, from the Frauen-Bundesliga to UEFA Women’s Champions League to World Cup qualifiers. You can find some of her work at