Eyes on the prize.
“It would be a dream come true for us to win the world championship,” says national women’s coach Silvia Neid. The woman who has a firm grip on the tiller in the national squad, and her eyes firmly on the prize. After all, the 2015 season has started superbly well with two individual world player awards – for the upcoming Women’s World Cup the two-times world champions have two players of world-class stature in the form of Nadine Keßler and goalkeeper Almut Schult. Nonetheless, the team around World Cup coach Silvia Neid has a long way to go before the tournament in Canada begins on 6 June. Which is why Nadine Keßler and the team are already laying the foundations for success in early February, with a training camp in Marbella, Spain.