The challenge of women’s football: how is it perceived globally?

If women’s football continues to grow, since the 1990s to date, the challenges women must face in this sector are still numerous. The first and most important hurdle is the cultural barriers this sport still experiences today and make us all ask ours...

Football is for everyone

In recent years, women’s football has attracted increasing interest internationally, and that is why, in many parts of the globe, an attempt is being made to ensure its constant growth, which, hopefully, may bring it to equal its male equivalent: the...

The birth of women’s football

It is 1917, and we are in Britain. The First World War has driven thousands of British men to the front, and in the factories, there is a growing need for labour. For this reason, for the first time, after centuries of being marginalised, women were...

UEFA Women’s EURO 2017: an opportunity for women’s football

We are in the final countdown to the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017, the championships that will take place from 16 July to 6 August 2017 in the Netherlands. This year, for the first time, the number of participating teams has risen from 12 to 16; therefore,...

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