What more does women’s football need to do?

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Women’s football is gaining more popularity, but young girls are still not being taught football equally at school.

The popularity of women’s football is growing faster than ever after the England women’s success in the World Cup.

But there is still work to be done as 41% of schools still don’t offer equal access to football in PE lessons. So, what is needed to push women’s football to the same level as the men?

With interviews from sports journalists and broadcasters Semra Hunter and Elizabeth Conway, as well as Actonians LFC First Team player Jasmine Williamson, Antonia Apostoli investigates the continuing inequalities.

Featured image by Antonia Apostoli

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