Sportsbeat and Love Sport Radio’s Ella Jerman takes us through the Lionesses squad looking to perform at the 2019 FIFA World Cup in France. The most prestigious trophy in women’s football is … Continue Reading Getting to know the Lionesses ahead of the 2019 FIFA World Cup
Alasdair Hooper and Will Moulton host the fifth FIFA World Cup Special ahead of the start of the 2019 tournament in France. This year’s competition looks likely to get … Continue Reading FIFA World Cup Special: Social media and societal change
Alasdair Hooper and Will Moulton are joined by Sportsbeat and Love Sport Radio’s Ella Jerman to look ahead to the FIFA Women’s World Cup. In our fourth special episode … Continue Reading FIFA World Cup Special: Lioness line-ups and tournament predictions
Will Moulton hosts the third FIFA Women’s World Cup special with Reading’s Players’ Player of the Season, and returning guest, Remi Allen. The countdown is well and truly on … Continue Reading FIFA World Cup Special: Remi Allen
Alasdair Hooper hosts the second FIFA Women’s World Cup special with former England international defender Laura Bassett. As the 2019 World Cup approaches Laura is one player who knows … Continue Reading FIFA World Cup Special: Laura Bassett
Alasdair Hooper hosts the first FIFA Women’s World Cup special with England international and Wolfsburg goalkeeper Mary Earps. With the 2019 World Cup proving to be such a vital … Continue Reading FIFA World Cup Special: Mary Earps
Freelance Scottish football writer Lewis Michie takes us through Shelley Kerr’s squad as they make their debut at the FIFA World Cup in France. Can they make an impact at the competition? … Continue Reading FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019: The Scotland team hoping to captivate a nation
Sportswriter Yashas Mudumbai looks at the important numbers highlighting why the 2019 FIFA World Cup is so important. The World Cup. It’s the pinnacle for anyone in their particular sport and, without a shadow … Continue Reading The importance of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup by the numbers
Sportswriter Yashas Mudumbai previews the biggest FIFA Women’s World Cup yet. The countdown to the opening day of the Women’s World Cup on June 7 is reaching fever pitch and, thanks to … Continue Reading FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: Everything you need to know
Women’s football in England is in the midst of a revolution. After years of institutional neglect and a lack of investment, elite women’s football has finally grown, in the eyes … Continue Reading Now is the time for women’s football to get the exposure it deserves
Will Moulton hosts a football special episode of the podcast with Reading FC Women midfielder Remi Allen. The 28-year-old is currently plying her trade at Reading in the WSL … Continue Reading Football special: Remi Allen
“F*** me she’s got a vagina, get over it.” In amongst all the misogynistic, sexist drivel on social media over the last few days, no tweet has summed up my … Continue Reading Female football pundits? Get over it!
Alasdair Hooper and Will Moulton are joined by racing driver Emily Glanvill on episode 32 of SportSpiel. FEATURE INTERVIEW On our feature interview section (3:15) Alasdair chats to Emily … Continue Reading Emily Glanvill: A female racer in a male-dominated environment
Football is meant to be a game, the game for everyone – or so they say. Young, old, rich, poor, it even seems much of football has begun to finally … Continue Reading Are football fans worldwide being exploited?
On July 17 the newly-formed Manchester United women’s team had to abandon a pre-season friendly. Marquee signing Siobhan Chamberlain – who has 50 England caps to her name – sustained … Continue Reading “FFS sign someone” – The football sexism that just won’t go away
“Charlie, she’s showing signs of concussion.” As both a viewer of medical drama Casualty and someone who has had six concussions, this is a frustrating throwaway line. Coming after the … Continue Reading Loris Karius’ situation further highlights need to break concussion stereotype