News : Ariane Hingst in private: What the ZDF football expert prefers to keep to herself
Ariane Hingst can be heard as a commentator on the European Football Championship on ZDF.
Image: ZDF / Svea Pietschmann
Ariane Hingst (born on July 25, 1979 in West Berlin) really doesn’t lack football experience. Even as a child, she kicked the leather, in the junior area she stood next to her home club Hertha Zehlendorf for VfB Lichterfelde. She can write six different associations in the women’s area in the vita of her illustrious career. Hingst successfully kicked for Hertha Zehlendorf, 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, Djurgårdens IF, 1. FFC Frankfurt, Newcastle United Jets and Canberra United.
Ariane Hingst career: more international matches than Lothar Matthäus
There are also an impressive 174 appearances for the German women’s national team. For comparison: men’s record national player Lothar Matthäus has made 150 appearances. From 1996 to 2011, Ariane Hingst wore the eagle on her jersey. After the unsuccessful home World Cup and the bitter end against Japan in the quarter-finals, she finally announced her resignation from the national team. Ariane Hingst has been an assistant trainer at VfL Wolfsburg since 2016. She then turned her back on the club in 2021.
Ariane Hingst is world champion and European champion: she has cleared everything
With what Ariane Hingst has achieved in terms of success, one can get dizzy. You have to let it melt in your mouth: the woman is a two-time world champion, four-time European champion, three-time bronze medal winner at the Olympic Games, has won the German championship twice and the DFB Cup four times. The win at the UEFA Women’s Cup 2005 is on top of that.
Ariane Hingst as a TV expert after the end of her career
After the end of her career, Ariane Hingst changed sides at least occasionally and, as a TV expert, judged the achievements of her former teammates and competitors. For example, she accompanied the games of the Women’s World Cup in the USA for Fox Sports in 2015 and 2019. In 2021, she was part of the ZDF expert team and was a co-commentator at the UEFA European Football Championship in action.
Ariane Hingst privately: She prefers to keep that to herself
As a trained banker, Ariane Hingst later retrained to become a physiotherapist. During her stay at Djurgårdens IF in Sweden, she worked part-time for the club’s ice hockey team. Even if on yours Account with the short message service Twitter Hardly a day goes by without a tweet from Ariane Hingst that leaves something behind.
The ZDF expert prefers to keep details from her private life to herself. This includes information about a partnership, family and the like. As a private person, Ariane Hingst apparently prefers to be withdrawn.
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