Football is the most popular game in the world, and women’s football is growing at a rapid pace. The sport has been played for over 100 years now, starting in 1891 when women began playing on college campuses in America. However, it wasn’t until 1991 that FIFA recognized women’s football as an official sport and allowed national teams to be formed from various countries around the world. Since then, there have been more than 100 million female football players worldwide who have competed during this time period.
Kylian Mbappe: “I love to watch women’s football, I think it is a great spectacle and there are many good players in the world. The women’s game is going to grow in popularity and we will see more visibility from sponsors and television companies. For example, the new women’s league in America has been very successful so far and it shows that the future of football lies with women’s sport.”
When asked about his thoughts on the Women’s World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo said that he thinks it’s a great sport for women to play. He also said that he likes watching it and hopes that more people will watch this year’s tournament because it’s in France and there are some great players involved.
- “I feel that women’s football is on the up and coming. It’s growing, it’s getting better all the time. The level of competition has increased a lot in recent years.”
- “It’s great for the sport to have female players who are so good and to see how much respect they get from everyone.”
“Women’s football is growing every day and I think it’s very good. In Brazil they play a lot of football, as well as in other countries. It’s really nice to see women playing football and being successful.”
Eden Hazard is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Chelsea and the Belgium national team. He is a versatile player, with ability to play as a winger or as an attacking midfielder. Eden Hazard was born in La Louvière, Wallonia to two footballers – Thierry and Carine Hazard. His father played for Lierse SK and Royal Charleroi SC before retiring from football to become an entrepreneur; his mother was also a professional footballer for various clubs in the Jupiler League and for the Belgium women’s national football team before she retired to raise her son.
Hazard began his career at local side ROC La Louvière when he was 6 years old but moved to Tubize at age 9 where he spent 3 seasons before joining Lille’s youth academy in 2004 after being spotted by manager Rudi Garcia watching their reserve team play against Paris Saint-Germain’s reserves at Stade Bauer in 2005; later that year he signed his first professional contract with them until 2013, although it had been extended twice since then (to 2016). After spending two years between 2008–2010 playing on loan with Belgian Pro League side Promotion/Relegation Playoffs winner Tubize, Premier League club Chelsea F.C., Championship promotion winners Hull City A
they all feel the game is up and coming
As a man, I was surprised to learn that football is not just a male sport. In fact, it’s one of the fastest growing sports among women in the world and it has been increasing in popularity for a long time now.
There have been many great female footballers who have made their way into the limelight. These players are known as goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and attackers respectively; they are all very important parts in order to win games! We’ve also seen some really good coaches from around the world take their teams forward on this journey towards greatness–and we can’t wait until we see them next year at Euro 2020!
Women’s football is on the rise and these male footballers are ready for it. They know that women are just as capable of playing the game as men, so there shouldn’t be any barriers to entry for women who want to play football professionally. We hope this will encourage more girls and women to join our leagues!