The Shameful History Behind Women’s Football Must Not Be Forgotten

As the FIFA Women’s World Cup unfolds over the coming weeks, it’s vital to remember how decades of misogyny, envy and social stigma destroyed a once-blossoming sport — and how the path to equality in football is far from over

Dick, Kerr’s Ladies football club, 1921




News and ideas worthy of discourse. Fundamentally informative and intelligently analytical.

Recommended from Medium

You Should Listen to Sports Podcasts: 15 You’ll Probably Love

Which team has the best defence in the Premier League?

Best Female Tennis Players

2018 New York Giants Mock Draft 2.0

Improving 538’s Famous NFL Prediction Model

Does Baseball Really Need to be Fixed?

When GoodGym Race Team meet Cross Country


The 2019 NBA All-Junior Teams

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Andrea Carlo

Andrea Carlo

23-y/o Britalian, Oxford grad, published poet & singer/songwriter. Feminist, progressive & unafraid to share my views | Bylines: Indy, TIME, HuffPo, The Times

More from Medium

Laughter is Good for the Heart

Postmodern Version of Milton Bradley’s The Game Now Popular On Today’s Campuses

In what ways are we like and unlike God?