Frankfurt, (Germany), July 19 : A new Twitter record for the highest number of tweets posted per second was set during the last Read more »
Frankfurt (Germany) July 18 : Japan has won the FIFA Women's World Cup beating the United States 3-1 on penalties in Frankfurt.
The match went down to penalties after a 2-2 draw in extra time. Read more »
Frankfurt, Jan 17 - Hanover scored twice in the first half and added a third late on to defeat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-0 and move second in the Bundesliga. Read more »
Frankfurt, Nov 30 - Defending champions and hosts Germany were Monday drawn against Canada, Nigeria and France in the group stage of the 2011 women's football World Cup. Read more »
Frankfurt, Jan 19 : The German football federation (DFB) admitted Tuesday that ticket sales for this summer's World Cup in South Africa are much lower than previously forecast. Read more »
Frankfurt - Bundesliga bottom team Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday won their first match of the season, beating Karlsruhe SC 2-1.
The game was to have been played several weeks ago, but a Madonna concert held in the stadium a few days earlier made the pitch unplayable at the time.
Some 47,000 spectators saw all three goals scored in the final eight minutes.
The visitors took the lead in the 82nd minute through Maik Franz, but Banjamin Koehler managed to find an equalizer for the struggling Frankfurt side four minutes from the end. Read more »
Frankfurt - Schalke 04 defenders Marcelo Bordon and Mladen Krstajic will not be sanctioned following a turbulent Ruhr derby match against Borussia Dortmund, the German Football Federation (DFB) said on Thursday.
The DFB's control panel dropped disciplinary action against the central defenders for lack of evidence, a statement said. Read more »
Frankfurt - The Bundesliga match between Eintracht Frankfurt and SC Karlsruhe scheduled for Friday night has been postponed owing to an unplayable field, German football officials said Friday.
The decision to postpone the game was taken after a pitch inspection by referee Thorsten Kinhoefer and officials of the German football league.
They said that the field, which had been replaced after a Madonna concert in the stadium, would not be safe for the players. Earlier Friday Kinhoefer had still said that the game could go ahead. (dpa)
Frankfurt - Leading European clubs will resist any attempts to make the Olympic football tournament part of the official FIFA calendar, Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said. Read more »