The first national conference on women’s football has been held in Argentina to exchange experiences and perspectives around women’s football to advance the sport in the country.

(source: farenet.org)

Despite the growing popularity of women’s football in Argentina, there is a significant discrepancy between men’s and women’s football. While Argentinian men’s domestic and international football is seen as a reference point worldwide, the women’s national team is currently out of the FIFA rankings for not playing an international match in over two years.

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“FIGC is trying to give concrete answers to the phenomenon of the immigration, through the 'Project Net'. Because, as I tell to my daughters, it doesn't matter where we come from, but it is important only the future", says Fiona May, responsible of the Committee for the integration FIGC; during the workshop 'Europe, Kick and Refugees. Rules and experiences of social inclusion through the game', organized by Fare Network in Rome.

(source: figc.it; following article in italian)

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A dribbling to the nightmare to become a bride child. In one of the poorest zones in India, a school teaches to the girls to play to football and to make team against the discrimination, thank's to Yuwa project.

(source: IoDonna; the following article is in italian)

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The homophobic episode during a category tournament in Giaveno with a male team. The company will present an exhibit to the federal prosecutor.

(source: torino.repubblica.it)

(the following article is in italian)

La denuncia è gravissima: insulti omofobi pesantissimi alle ragazze della squadra giovanissime (tra i 13 e i 15 anni) del Torino calcio femminile, ieri sera nel corso di un incontro con una squadra maschile, la Bruinese, di pari categoria in un torneo a Giaveno. A farla è il presidente del Torino calcio femminile Roberto Salerno, ex senatore di Alleanza nazionale ed ex calciatore professionista (ha giocato nell'Alessandria).

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