Women’s World Cup 2019: An analysis of British and American media

Tweet By Matthew Watkinson Sub-editor: Jacob Panons Media analysis of the Women’s World Cup throughout both American and British media outlets showed that whilst it is rapidly progressing in terms of coverage of women’s football, the media still focus on individual moments and favour creating talking points around celebrations for example, instead of the tactical elements of the game and achievements such as progressing to the World Cup final in the case of the US Women’s National Team. After England were beaten in the semi-finals of the tournament by the USWNT,…

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Women’s football continues to grow as a record 45,423 attend FA Cup final

Tweet The SSE Women’s FA Cup made history at Wembley Stadium on Saturday as it achieved a competition-record attendance of 45,423. This is the fourth consecutive year that the record has been broken, with an increase of over 10,000 fans on last year’s cup final. Quite a contrast to just five years ago, when less than 5000 were in attendance at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium. Heather O’Reilly, 2018 cup finalist and winger for Arsenal Women, said: “People can’t be interested in the women’s game if they don’t watch it and these…

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