Golden Team Soccer

Female soccer teams in Germany are making big strides in the soccer transfer market, with the arrival of two Bundesliga clubs, including one that will make its debut this week.

The women’s Bundesliga club Darmstadt is expected to play its first game at the top-flight club’s new stadium on Sept. 14, just days after the club is due to play the Netherlands in a friendly.

In contrast, the team that will play in the Dutch league’s second division in mid-September has not yet been announced.

A new women’s club is in the works, the news website Sport Bild reported on Monday, citing an unnamed source.

The club is to be founded by a member of the club’s board, who will be named in the coming days, according to the news source.

A number of clubs are competing in the European women’s league.

The Bundesliga has had two teams since it was established in 1998, while the Ligue 1 has had three teams since the introduction of the top tier in 2002.

In recent years, Germany has become a destination for female soccer players, particularly players from the United Kingdom.

The country is the only country outside the United States, Canada, and Australia to have two teams in the top division.

In March, the Women’s World Cup is due in Germany.

The team that qualified for the tournament, Germany’s U-19 team, will play the United Arab Emirates.