Tag: FA WSL

“Continue to keep proving the t**ts wrong & inspire the masses”

Men are the worst. Ok so that’s a massive, sweeping generalisation (being a man myself I’d like to say that quite a few of us are ok!) but one Twitter post earlier this week has confirmed that there are still a number of colossal…

The 52’s Favourite Moments Of 2019

At the end of another groundbreaking year for women’s sport, The 52’s Will Moulton (WM), Alasdair Hooper (AHp), Alex Horowitz (AHz), Ollie Godden (OG), Julia Cook (JC) and Shona McCallin (SMc) have collated their favourite moments of 2019. And in case you missed it,…

Beevers continuing to set records as women’s rugby league flourishes

How did you celebrate your 18th birthday? Studying for your A-levels? Buying your first round? Taking in a nightclub? How about helping your club to a historic domestic double in a game shown live to thousands of people on Sky Sports? That’s exactly what…

The Dream Gap Tour: How 200 players are fighting to change the face of women’s ice hockey

Alasdair Hooper takes us through the almost unprecedented situation in North America where many of the world’s best ice hockey players are refusing to play professionally in order to get the rights they deserve. Imagine a scenario where 200 of the best footballers refused…

WRITING OPPORTUNITY: Join The 52

Women’s sport is in the best position it’s ever been. More people are watching, playing, reading, writing and talking about it than any other time in recent memory. Three major outlets – BBC, The Telegraph and GiveMeSport – now all have dedicated campaigns to…

#25) caytoo

You know women’s sport is on the rise when companies are being formed with specific objectives to help it grow even further. That’s exactly what caytoo – an exciting organisation launched earlier this month by former business intelligence quartet Jeremy Thompson, Alex Burmaster, Ellen…

WSL 2016 Preview – Part I

It’s been a long winter without any football. ‘What on earth are you talking about?’ is one of the many responses that has probably entered your head after reading that statement. Whilst I am fully aware that there has indeed been plenty of football for…