The story of Lily Parr sketches out the earlier days of female football in England and beyond.
Black, British, and Female: working hard for an inclusive future.
Organiser for gender equality through sports.
Today, 29 September, is the day on which French female football pioneer Carmen Pomiès was born in 1900 and passed away in 1982.
Captain of a pioneering Italian football team in 1933.
Playing with strength, forgotten and rediscovered as a pioneer.
From female football star of the 1920’s to a memory icon.
For decades, football was seen as a white male dominant industry.
Pioneering women’s football in Germany in 1930.
She challenged cultural norms, but was killed a collaborator in war-torn France.