England’s Euros Win: What next for women’s football?

Following England women’s history-making Euros win at Wembley, there’s now a focus on how the tournament will impact the women’s game.

As well as the trophy, the Lionesses saw a record crowd at Wembley for a women’s home game of more than 87,000 fans, and the final also set the record for the most-watched TV broadcast of a women’s match, with the BBC revealing a peak audience of 17.4 million viewers.

We speak with Yvonne Harrison, CEO of Women In Football, a professional network supporting the women’s game.

She discusses the impact of the England Women’s Euro win, the barriers some women and girls still face in the industry, and what can be done to push the sport to the next level.

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