Since in the meantime gender is happening in every nook and cranny, in the hope that this will improve the world, we must hereby point out a serious emergency.

There really are enough football stadiums in this world.

But we don't find one named after a woman.

Well, in Germany, which has an Allianz Arena, a Veltins Arena and a Red Bull Arena, the problem is not so urgent, the men are out here too, luckily there is at least Fritz-Walter Stadium in Kaiserslautern.

But the arenas Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid, Giuseppe Meazza in Milan or Ferenc Puskás in Budapest are known as truly monumental places of worship for football.

But before we start with the hair-raising demands, we should quickly refer to the Schalke classic Ernst Kuzorra, who, by the way, would be 116 years old this Saturday.

His expert opinion on the question of women in named football stadiums was as follows: “What should we call this then?

Is Ernst Kuzorra his wife her stadium? "