Football Women International connects women around the world from all parts of the game. It is our platform to collaborate and share a collective voice to advocate on behalf of the development of women’s football and the inclusion of women in football.
It is an exciting time for women in football. The women’s game is football’s biggest source of growth, and women are a rich, untapped talent pool both on and off the field.
Our voices are starting to be heard – but we know that more must be done to fulfil the promises of reform and equality. The culture of football often leaves women isolated at the margins of the mainstream. But with mutual support, collaboration and our collective voice, we can make true progress and find lasting solutions to the challenges women face.
With women’s sport attracting unprecedented interest, now is the time to realize the high growth potential of women’s football.
As sporting bodies fall under more scrutiny than ever, now is the time to promote gender inclusion and champion the advancement of women professionally. Diversity will bring a wider talent pool and lead to better organizational performance across the game.
Football needs a movement that is focused on the interests of women and the women’s game as its top priorities. Join Football Women International, and help make lasting change.
Quotas are not as good as a well-functioning merits system. But sometimes, they are the only way to create diversity in any meaningful timeframe. In football, I doubt any woman would be in the governing boards at international level but for the quotas. I was a quota in Fifa, and I am one in AFC. […]
https://footballwomeninternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/FWI_logo-300x130.png00Moya Doddhttps://footballwomeninternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/FWI_logo-300x130.pngMoya Dodd2018-07-07 04:26:312018-07-07 11:30:27Sometimes quotas are the only way