One-two with the professional.
In the sports hall of a primary school in Ludwigshafen, young football-loving girls enthusiastically dribble balls across the floor. Young girls practise swift passes and deft dribbling in a narrow space. But if you take a closer look, you notice that one pair of boots does not fit in – at least in terms of shoe size. Former national goalkeeper Jens Lehmann coaches the girls in the sports hall of a Ludwigshafen primary school. In terms of sporting performance it is not exactly Champions League, but the social commitment definitely deserves credit to that extent. For the girls taking part, the Germany-wide Laureus project called “Kicking Girls” is something very special.