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Germany Inka GRINGS


Record at FIFA Tournaments
FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifier2007440030000
Olympic Football Tournament Women Final2000540110000
FIFA Women's World Cup Final1999, 2011842250000
FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifiers
2007Bayreuth 20/10/2005Germany GER4:0 (1:0)SCO ScotlandFirst stage
2007Siegen 25/09/2005Germany GER5:1 (3:0)RUS RussiaFirst stage
2003London 19/05/2002England ENG0:1 (0:1)GER Germany
2003Barcelos 04/05/2002Portugal POR0:8 (0:3)GER Germany
Women's Olympic Football Tournament
2000Sydney 28/09/2000Germany GER2:0 (0:0)BRA BrazilBronze medal match
2000Sydney 24/09/2000Germany GER0:1 (0:0)NOR NorwaySemi-finals
2000Melbourne 19/09/2000Germany GER1:0 (0:0)SWE SwedenFirst stage
2000Canberra 16/09/2000Germany GER2:1 (2:0)BRA BrazilFirst stage
2000Canberra 13/09/2000Australia AUS0:3 (0:1)GER GermanyFirst stage
FIFA Women's World Cup
2011Wolfsburg 09/07/2011Germany GER0:1 a.e.t.JPN JapanQuarter-finals
2011Moenchengladbach 05/07/2011France FRA2:4 (0:2)GER GermanyFirst stage
2011Frankfurt/Main 30/06/2011Germany GER1:0 (0:0)NGA NigeriaFirst stage
2011Berlin 26/06/2011Germany GER2:1 (2:0)CAN CanadaFirst stage
1999Washington Dc 01/07/1999USA USA3:2 (1:2)GER GermanyQuarter-finals
1999Washington Dc 27/06/1999Germany GER3:3 (1:2)BRA BrazilGroup matches

Latest News


  • Inka Grings of Germany (R) takes on Saki Kumagai of Japan
  • Inka Grings of Germany tackles Azusa Iwashimizu of Japan
  • Inka Grings of Germany receives the player of the match award
  • Inka Grings of Germany celebrates
  • Inka Grings (2nd L) of Germany celebrates after scoring
  • Inka Grings of Germany celebrates scoring the scecond goal
  • Inka Grings of Germany clears the ball
  • Inka Grings looks on during a German Women National Team press conference
  • Inka Grings smiles during a German Women National Team press conference
  • Germany's Inka Grings (2R) runs for the ball with England's Katie Chapman (2R) during the final of the Women's Euro 2009
  • Inka Grings (L) of Germany celebrates the first goal with Birgit Prinz
  • Chief editor Klaus Smentek of Kicker and Steffi Jones, president of the World Cup 2011 Organisation commitee (R) honour Inka Grings (2nd L) as the footballer of the year
  • Duisburg's Inka Grings holds the trophy as she celebrates with teammates after the women's DFB German Cup final


  • France 2:4 Germany

    France 2:4 Germany

    Match 17, Group A
    Stadion im Borussia-Park, Moenchengladbach
    Tuesday 05 July 2011