Thousands celebrate after the local soccer team of Eintracht Frankfurt returned from Berlin. The team stunned Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 3-1 in the German Soccer Cup final.
Darmstadt’s Terrence Boyd celebrates his goal marking the 1-0 in a German first division (or Bundesliga) soccer match SV Darmstadt 98 vs Borussia Dortmund, Feb.12. Darmstadt won 2-1.
A soccer fan dressed in a traditional carnival costume waits for a German first division soccer match Mainz 05 vs Darmstadt 98 to start (Oct.16). Mainz is one of Germany’s carnival strongholds, although the carnival season only starts Nov.11 (at 11.11.a.m.).
The French seeker catches the snitch to score points and end the game vs Italy at the Quidditch World Cup that was played in Frankfurt this weekend (July 23/24).
Marco Koch (bottom), the men’s 200-meter breaststroke world champion in 2015, during a nighttime training session at Darmstadt’s Nordbad, some 45 kms (28 mls) south of Frankfurt, July 14, just a few days before flying to Rio to take part in the Olympics. The scene is lit by floodlight and two remotely triggered studio flashlights positioned diagonally left and right.
Men sometimes behave strangely, especially when they play soccer, and even more so when it rains and temperatures are just above freezing.
(During a German second soccer division (or Zweite Bundesliga) match FSV Frankfurt vs Fortuna Düsseldorf, Nov. 29. Frankfurt lost 1-2)
Frankfurt’s Paraguayan player Nelson Valdez jubilates after scoring the 4-0 in a German first division soccer match Eintracht Frankfurt vs SC Paderborn 07, Mar. 14, only minutes after making his return following a six-month injury absence. He of course received the yellow card for taking his shirt off in celebration – undressing is not allowed during the match, although highly recomended afterwards.