Lisa Müller: First stadium appearance of the European Championship

Lisa Müller: First stadium appearance of the European Championship
Lisa Müller: First stadium appearance of the European Championship

After missing all of the DFB team’s European Championship group matches, Thomas Müller’s wife Lisa appeared in the stadium for the first time.

In addition to Germany’s 2-0 victory against Denmark in the round of 16 and their entry into the quarter-finals of the European Championship, there was a special highlight in the Dortmund stadium on Saturday evening (29 June): Lisa Müller (34), wife of national player Thomas Müller (34), appeared in the stadium for the first time in this tournament.

She had previously missed all of the German national team’s group matches – officially because of her participation in international horse riding tournaments in Austria. Now, for the first time, the dressage rider was cheering on the team from the stands in the stadium. For the match, she chose the German national team’s pink away jersey and treated herself to an ice cream. Her flying instructor, who had taught her in March, was apparently at her side.

So there is no marital crisis after all? Thomas Müller had already responded to possible rumors in May with a clear statement: “Yes, everything is OK,” he said when asked by the magazine “Bunte” whether “everything was OK between him and his wife.” Lisa and Thomas Müller have been married since 2009.

These “players’ wives” and celebrities were in the stadium

But Lisa Müller was not the only German “player’s wife” in the stadium: Katharina Raum (25), wife of David Raum (26), Niclas Füllkrug’s (31) wife Lisa, Joshua Kimmich’s (29) wife Lina (32) and Manuel Neuer’s (38) wife Anika (24) were also there. Coach Julian Nagelsmann’s (36) partner Lena Wurzenberger (31) was also there. The five appeared in the stands in matching jerseys.

Some celebrities were also in the stadium. Comedian Oliver Pocher (46) shared some Instagram stories, including a selfie with ex-wife Alessandra Meyer-Wölden (41) – the two were wearing matching pink Germany jerseys and had their children with them. In addition, Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (66) cheered on the national team, as did Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (43) and Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (61).

The highly exciting match had to be interrupted for several minutes in the first half with the score at 0:0 due to the bad weather in Dortmund. In the second half, the German team managed to win thanks to a penalty by Kai Havertz (25) in the 53rd minute and a goal by Jamal Musiala (21) in the 68th minute.

Source: Stern

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