National soccer player Svenja Huth sees the vice European champions on the right track in the fight for more visibility and better kick-off times.
“It’s a step forward to run on TV instead of just in the stream,” said the 31-year-old from VfL Wolfsburg in a press round with a view to the broadcast of the final World Cup qualifier on Tuesday (6:30 p.m.) in Bulgaria on TV -Station “ARD One”.
Huth also referred to the following international match of the DFB team on October 7 in Dresden against France, which, unlike the recent home games of the DFB selection at prime time, starts at 8:30 p.m.: “I think we’re a step further. It’s a process that we want to keep pushing.”
If it had been possible to kick off at 6 p.m., the Bulgaria game would have been shown on the main ARD program according to the DFB. Three days earlier, in the afternoon, ZDF was broadcasting the World Cup qualifier in Turkey (2:45 p.m.). The EM broadcasts from England had generated enormous TV interest in July, almost 18 million people tuned in to the final (1:2 aet against England).
Germany leads Group H in World Cup qualifying, three points ahead of Serbia. A win in both games is enough for the two-time world champion to secure a ticket for next year’s finals in Australia and New Zealand (July 20 to August 20). “That’s our biggest goal in the short term,” assured Klara Bühl (FC Bayern).
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