Enjoy the football but Women’s World Cup is also a platform for change | Joey Peters

The tournament in France is a stage not only for athletic greatness but also a driver for diversity and equality

Finally, the wait is nearly over. The Women’s World Cup kicks off in just a few days in France and for most, the first whistle at Parc des Princes in Paris can’t come soon enough.

The men’s World Cup is the biggest and most beloved competition on the planet, but the women’s version is very quickly taking on a life of its own. As the best female player in the world, Ada Hegerberg, says: “It’s not always about the money. It’s about attitude and respect.”

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