2008–09 DFB-Pokal (women)

The DFB Women's Cup was played in the 2008 /09 season for the 29th time. The final took place on 30 May 2009 for the time being last place in the Berlin Olympic Stadium. Cup winner was the FCR 2001 Duisburg by a 7-0 final win over the 1st FFC Turbine Potsdam. It was the second title for Duisburg and the highest final victory of all time. Holders 1 FFC Frankfurt was already failed in the second round at Bayern Munich.

Participating teams

For the first round the following teams have qualified:

SC 07 Bad Neuenahr

TSV Crailsheim

FCR 2001 Duisburg

SG Essen- Schönebeck

1st FFC Frankfurt

SC Freiburg

Hamburger SV

FC Bayern Munich

1 FFC Turbine Potsdam

1 FC Saarbrücken

SG Wattenscheid 09

VfL Wolfsburg

1 FC Union Berlin

Tennis Borussia Berlin

FFC Brauweiler Pulheim

SV Dirmingen

Herford SV

SV Victoria Gersten

FC Gütersloh 2000

ASV Hagsfeld


Holstein Kiel

Bayer 04 Leverkusen

1 FC Locomotive Leipzig

FFC Wacker München

FFV Neubrandenburg

1 FFC 08 Niedernkirchen

FFC Oldesloe 2000

SC Regensburg

FFC Heike Rheine

SC sand

VfL Sindelfingen

Blue and white Hohen Neuendorf

FSV Victoria Jägersburg

FV Lochgau

SG Luetgendortmund

Mellendorfer TV

  • Hamburg:   Niendorf TSV
  • Bremen:   Werder Bremen
  • Lower Saxony:   VfL Oythe
  • Mecklenburg- Vorpommern:   FSV 02 Schwerin
  • Brandenburg:   Red-White Flatow
  • Berlin:   1 FC Luebars
  • Saxony- Anhalt:   Magdeburg FFC
  • Saxony:   SV Johann city 90
  • Thuringia:   1 FC Gera 03
  • Middle Rhine:   SC Fortuna Köln
  • Niederrhein:   Borussia Bocholt
  • Westphalia:   DJK Arminia Ibbenbüren
  • Rhineland:   1 FFC Montabaur
  • Southwest:   Red-White Göcklingen
  • Saarland:   SV Bardenbach
  • Hesse:   VfR 07 Limburg
  • Württemberg:   Eintracht Seekirch
  • Baden:   TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
  • Südbaden:   Hegauer FV
  • Bavaria:   TSV Schwaben Augsburg


1 win after extra time 2 victory on penalties

First round

The draw for the first round was held during the annual meeting of the 2nd Bundesliga in Frankfurt am Main on 4 July 2008. The top six teams of the past season received a bye. These include the first FFC Frankfurt, the FCR 2001 Duisburg, the first FFC Turbine Potsdam, Bayern Munich, the SC 07 Bad Neuenahr and VfL Wolfsburg. The lots were drawn by the former national player Sandra Minnert.

Six second division had to give up after the first round. Two other second division side could prevail only after extra time and penalties. Premier league Hoffenheim missed the sensation just under and on penalties against Leverkusen. The first FC Saarbrücken and the SG Essen- Beautiful Beck won their games on the other hand the double digits.

2nd round

The draw for the second round took place in the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt on September 8, 2008. In addition to the winners of the first round now also engage the six teams who had a bye in the first round. The lots were drawn by the former national player Renate Lingor.

In the top game of the 2nd round Bayern Munich beat the defending 1st FFC Frankfurt 1-0 with a goal by Nicole Banecki. In order for the Cup Final will take place for the first time since 1998 without the first FFC Frankfurt. Most Favorites able to prevail. The FCR 2001 Duisburg succeeded the only double-digit win at Werder Bremen. Short of a disgrace slithered over Hamburger SV and VfL Wolfsburg. The HSV needed a penalty shoot-out at second division VfL Wolfsburg Bayer Leverkusen during the lagged one minute before the final whistle at the regional league FFV Neubrandenburg with 1:2. Three goals in the final minutes made ​​for the turn. Bundesliga Movers FF USV Jena difference against second division side FC Saarbrücken during the first second division side FC Gütersloh 2000 compared to the third division Arminia Ibbenbüren drew the short straw.

Second round

The draw for the second round took place in the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt am Main on 27 October 2008. Were drawn lots of the marksman Manuela Schmermund that Beijing won the silver medal at the 2008 Paralympics. The games were held on 9 November 2008. The game between Duisburg and Hamburg will take place until 10 December 2008.

In the top game Bayern Munich scored a 5-2 victory at SC 07 Bad Neuenahr. Nina Aigner, Julia Simic and an own goal by Anne -Kathrin Westphal took care of the 3-0 interval lead of the guests. With a double blow by Isabell Bachor and Lydia Neumann Bad Neuenahr got one back. In the last ten minutes Melanie Behringer attended and again Aigner for the decisive victory. In the other games, the favorites prevailed.


The draw for the quarter-finals took place at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt on November 17, 2008. Were drawn lots of the former Bundesliga player Katrin Kliehm. On 21 December 2008, three games were played. In the top game, FCR 2001 Duisburg revenge for the quarter-final defeat last year and came to a 6-5 victory on penalties in the autumn champions Bayern Munich. Caused a surprise second division Wattenscheid 09, who came to a 2-1 win after extra time against SG Essen- Schönebeck. In the third match of VfL Wolfsburg SC Freiburg bestiegte on its place 2-0. The game against Potsdam Sindelfingen has been postponed to February 8, 2009 due Unfit of the place. Here was provided by the Finnish national team Essi Sainio for the goal of the day.


The draw for the semi-finals took place during the DFB Cup Hall of the women on January 24, 2009. At the tournament in Magdeburg Bördelandhalle the former national Sandra Minnert drew the lots.

The FCR 2001 Duisburg sat on Holy Saturday with a 3-1 win against VfL Wolfsburg by. Femke Maes brought the Duisburg city after 24 minutes on the clock. Just two minutes later, Shelley Thompson to level. With 70 minutes played, Marina Conservancy gave the hosts the lead again before re- Maes with the 3:1 made ​​everything clear. The game in the PCC - Stadium saw 1,720 spectators.

On Easter Monday, the first FFC Turbine Potsdam followed with a 3-0 win over second division Wattenscheid 09. Anja Mittag opened the scoring after 39 minutes on the clock. 73 minutes in, Jennifer Zietz made ​​it 2-0 before lunch again saw four minutes before the final whistle for Full Time. 1,804 spectators watched the game in Karl- Liebknecht -Stadion.


Best scorers

Below, the best scorers of the DFB Cup 2008/ 09 are listed. The list is sorted according to their number of hits or the same number of goals alphabetically.