Read more: PROGRAMME: 02/01/ - 12/01/2019 in HEIDENHEIM

The exhibition in Heidenheim will be hosted by Fanprojekt Heidenheim.

VENUE: Fanprojekt Heidenheim

Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 25
89522 Heidenheim

OPENING HOURS: Open daily from 16.00hrs - 20.00hrs

Schools can request separate appointments in the mornings via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


02/01/2019 18.00hrs OPENING CEREMONY



Presentation: „Pearl from the Terrace?! - Between Assimilation and Rebellion“ (in German) with project coordinator Antje Grabenhorst




Here you can find the link to the Facebook Event.

Read more: PROGRAMME: 01/02/2019-09/02/2019 in Bremgarten

The exhibition in Bremgarten is hosted by the fan group Teilzeitfans Wohlen.

VENUE: KulturZentrum Bremgarten KuZeB

Ecke Zürcher-/Zugerstrasse
5620 Bremgarten AG


Fri 01/02/2019 16.00 - 21.00 hrs
Sat 02/02/2019 14.00 - 21.00 hrs
Sun 03/02/2019 14.00 - 21.00 hrs

Thu 07/02/2019 16.00 - 21.00hrs
Fri 08/02/2019 16.00 - 21.00hrs
Sat 09/02/2019 14.00 - 21.00hrs

Admission is free.


01/02/2019 19.00hrs Dinner & Bar Night








Presentation: Christian Wandeler, CEO Fanarbeit Schweiz
"Only for men – Fan Culture as Male Youth Culture?" (in Swiss German)

Concert: Gerd Dembowski "One-Man-Country"

08/02/2019 19.00hrs Dinner & Bar Night






Presentation: Leena Schmitter, City Council Green Alliance, City of Bern "The Women's Movement and Feminism in Switzerland" (in Swiss German)

Film: Girl Power "About women devoted to graffiti, a world predominated by men"












Here you can find the event details on the website of Teilzeitfans Wohlen.

Read more: PROGRAMME: 28/02 - 08/03/2019 in Bern

The exhibition in Bern will be hosted by Fanarbeit Bern.

VENUE: Medienzentrum





28/02/2019 time tba Opening & Panel Discussion - further details tba





Read more: PROGRAMME: 13/02/2019-17/02/2019 in Zurich

The exhibition in Zurich is hosted by Park Platz and supported by, a project on 5 decades of Women's Football in Switzerland.

VENUE: Park Platz
Wasserwerkstrasse 101
8037 Zürich


Wed-Fri 16-21 hrs

Sat, Sun 13-21 hrs



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OPENING & PRESENTATION "On a Journey - a tour across Europe with the Fan.tastic Females" 8 fan.tastic portraits and travel reports from project coordinator Antje Grabenhorst (mainly in German)

(other languages: German, English, Turkish with German subtitles)


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Presentation: „Pearl From The Terrace?! - Between Assimilation And Rebellion“ (in German)


from 18.00hrs

Closing Event with Table Football Tournament & Dinner

Read more: FAN.TASTIC VISUALSThe Fan.Tastic Females project would have never been what it is today without the dedication and work of a bunch of great people who were responsible for the video and graphic design of its content. They played the greatest part in facilitating this unique exhibition format.

Be it the portrait videos or the graphic design of the panels and the website, here is the team of people thanks to the tireless and mainly volunteer work of whom the stories of the Fan.Tastic Females received their unique visual framing:



Read more: FAN.TASTIC VISUALSFilomena Canino is a freelance camera operator, filmmaker and media activist from Italy living in London / UK. Amongst many other projects she has been involved in over the years, Filomena Canino developed a DIY documentary movie about the Clapton Ultras, a fan group of the non-league team Clapton FC in London, that received attention from football fans across Europe.

Read more: FAN.TASTIC VISUALSNaz Gündogdu studied Film & Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna / Austria. Ayaktakımı, a documentary movie about Turkish fandom between football and political protest culture, was her first ever film project she started on her own in 2015. Today, Naz lives in Berlin and works as filmmaker for football magazine 11FREUNDE in Germany but also for various other projects.

Read more: FAN.TASTIC VISUALSChristopher Radke is a filmmaker, director and editor and part of the creative duo Isla 3000 from Hamburg / Germany who has gathered most of his professional experience in the music industry. There, he has filmed and edited a wide range of music videos, amongst others commissioned by renowned independent music labels like Audiolith. The work on the Fan.Tastic Females is his first ever project in the world of football.

Whilst Filo, Naz and ultimately also Christopher were in the lead of the making of most portraits, there were more volunteers who were in charge of editing mostly individual portraits: Christian Pleines, Kevin Lenk, Leo Rua, Leonie Pokutta, Malte Voss, Robert Vogel, Seamus Lumsden, Sebastian Liebentraut.


Read more: FAN.TASTIC VISUALSNico Appel is the creative mind behind Design-A-Sign from Hamburg / Germany and has worked on a wide range of design projects both in editorial and corporate design, textile and product design and other areas, and has increasingly established in the football world. With the refugee team FC Lampedusa St. Pauli she has combined the best of both her passion and her profession in football: not only is she one of five coaches in a female only coaching crew but also in charge of all corporate design for the team.


Read more: FAN.TASTIC VISUALSMichael Fritz is one part of More-Features from Innsbruck / Austria and has developed web programming and design solutions for a wide range of businesses and organisations of all sizes and shapes for many years. As a passionate supporter of Wacker Innsbruck, he is – amongst others – responsible for the web solutions of the club itself….and ultimately supported the development of all solutions around the web design and web-based exhibition concept of the Fan.Tastic Females.