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Episode 174: Adekite Fatuga-Dada; Passion FC

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 174 features exclusive interviews with Watford Ladies FC striker Adekite Fatuga-Dada; from Passion FC, Leila Al Dzheref and Aggie Dent. How is the next generation of young women using football as a platform to create change in this crazy, chaotic world? On this episode we feature the next generation of...


Episode 173: 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 173 features soundbites from Orlando Pride defender Ali Krieger and goalkeeper Erin McLeod; Houston Dash co-captains Rachel Daly and Jane Campbell; Washington Spirit stars Rose Lavelle, Ashley Hatch, Tori Huster, and Meggie Dougherty Howard; OL Reign defender Lauren Barnes; plus Head Coaches Marc Skinner (Orlando Pride) and Craig Harrington (Utah...


Episode 172: Susie Petruccelli, Jackie Gutierrez

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 172 features exclusive interviews with Susie Petruccelli, author of Raised a Warrior; and Jackie Gutierrez, founder and editor of WomenKickBalls.com. Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from...


Episode 171: Elena Linari

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 171 features an exclusive interview with Italy Women’s National Team Defender Elena Linari. What happens if we turn our focus from the things we don’t have or the things we can’t do and concentrate instead on all the things we DO have and the things we CAN do? Is it...


Episode 170: Giovanna Dionicio, Gabriella Marte

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 170 features exclusive interviews with Dominican Republic Women’s U-20 Defenders Giovanna Dionicio and Gabriella Marte. History! It’s something we talk a lot about in sports. However, when history is made by a women’s youth team, it’s something special and definitely worth, not just talking about, but featuring on a Women’s...


Episode 169: Jasmyne Spencer

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 169 features an exclusive interview with OL Reign Forward Jasmyne Spencer. What do we need in the world now more than ever? How about positivity, intelligence, thoughtfulness, kindness, and advocacy – Having a sense of responsibility for our community, our environment, people, animals and the Earth. On this episode of...


Episode 168: Janine Beckie

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 168 features exclusive interviews with Manchester City Defender and Canada Women’s National Team Star Janine Beckie; and from Manchester City Women’s FC Supporters Club Dave Sheel and Jayne Comer. It’s not enough to do the ‘little things right’ when it comes to success. When Manchester City Women’s Football Club entered...


Episode 167: Gabriela Garton, Julieta Sampaoli

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 167 features exclusive interviews with Argentina Women’s National Team goalkeeper Gabriela Garton; and Argentine sports reporter Julieta Sampaoli. For women’s footballers in Argentina, the fight for equal treatment is an ongoing struggle. Largely ignored, displaced and unheard for too long, in 2017 the Argentina Women’s National Team had had enough...


Episode 166: Freya Coombe, Carli Lloyd, Allison Lee

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 166 features a spotlight on Sky Blue FC, including exclusive interviews with Head Coach Freya Coombe, Forward Carli Lloyd, and Sports Journalist Allison Lee. The story of Sky Blue FC is one of those inspirational stories wrought with metaphoric life lessons, and timeless takeaways. In this episode we take a...

Episode 165: Lianne Sanderson, Ashley Nick, Scott Juniper

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 165 is a bonus mini-episode spotlighting iSaw Soccer Foundation. Featuring interviews with professional soccer players Lianne Sanderson, Ashley Nick, and head coach Scott Juniper. “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Nowhere is this more true than in the world of women’s soccer, and established by the newly-formed iSaw Soccer Foundation....


Episode 164: Karina LeBlanc

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 164 features an exclusive interview with Concacaf Head of Women’s Football Operations and Canada Soccer Hall of Fame Member Karina LeBlanc; with soundbites from Canada WNT players Christine Sinclair, Stephanie Labbé, Sabrina D’Angelo, Sophie Schmidt, and head coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller. “Be your own hero. Be the woman you want to...


Episode 163: Jené Baclawski, Phoenetia Browne

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 163 spotlights Saint Kitts and Nevis Women’s National Soccer Team with featured guests Head Coach Jené Baclawski and forward Phoenetia Browne. Plus, a soundbite from Canada striker Christine Sinclair. Writer and Poet Gabriel Garcia Marquez once said, “Caribbean reality resembles the wildest imagination.” The arrival of Saint Kitts and Nevis...


Episode 162: Jessica McDonald, Felicia Pennant

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 162 features an exclusive interview with USWNT forward Jessica McDonald; and SEASON zine founder and editor Felicia Pennant. Two worlds colliding is the theme of this show as we feature two powerhouse voices in women’s football today! Jessica McDonald A lesson in perseverance, Jessica McDonald played for six NWSL teams...


Episode 161: Mykiaa Minniss

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 161 features an exclusive interview with Washington State defender Mykiaa Minniss; with sound bites from Washington State’s Morgan Weaver and Todd Schulenberger; UCLA’s Kaiya McCullough and Amanda Cromwell; UNC’s Alessia Russo; and Stanford University’s Sophia Smith, Naomi Girma and Sam Hiatt. It’s the last episode of 2019! Instead of looking...


Episode 160: Clare Polkinghorne, Cheryl Downes

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 160 features an exclusive interview with Australia Women’s National Team defender Clare Polkinghorne; and Aussie football journalist Cheryl Downes. Throughout history, women footballers have had to struggle and overcome obstacles just to play the beautiful game. Today’s world of women’s football is no different with the struggle to fight for...


Episode 159: Grace Cutler, Kennedy, Corsie, Bledsoe, Rueben

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 159 features exclusive interviews with Sassuolo FC center-back Grace Cutler; Australia WNT defender Alanna Kennedy; Scotland WNT defender Rachel Corsie; Washington Spirit goalkeeper Aubrey Bledsoe; and Nigeria U20 striker Charity Chetachukwu Reuben. On this episode, we focus on the ‘other side’ of playing professional football – living and playing abroad....


Episode 158: Chinyelu Asher, Ana De Souza

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 158 features an exclusive interview with Jamaica Women’s National Team Midfielder Chinyelu Asher; and a special Concacaf report with Ana De Souza. What’s it like to be the first to do something in your field? To be the first to set a record or achieve something that goes down in...


Episode 157: Arianna Romero, Pamela Del Olmo

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 157 features an exclusive interview with Houston Dash and Mexico Women’s National Team defender Arianna Romero; plus, a special Mexico report by correspondent Pamela Del Olmo. On this episode of Women’s World Football show, we examine the rise, fall, and hopefully rising again of the Mexico Women’s National Team. First,...


Episode 156: Vivyen Bowdler, Denise Duffy

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 156 features exclusive interviews with Founder and Creator of Backr, Denise Duffy; and Senior Creative at Twitter UK, Vivyen Bowdler. U.S. Women’s National Team co-captain Megan Rapinoe inspired a generation in her recent acceptance speech for 2019 FIFA Best Player award. She said – “We have incredible platforms. I ask...


Episode 155: Rianna Jarrett, Louise Quinn, Kieran Crowley

Women’s World Football Show, Episode 155 features exclusive interviews with Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team Players Wexford Youths Striker Rianna Jarrett and Arsenal WFC Defender Louise Quinn; plus Irish author Kieran Crowley. Despite being established over 45 years ago, the Republic of Ireland Women’s National Football Team has yet to qualify for a major...