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and you are forced to watch and you get your news live from berlin up next is sports life focusing on women conquering football and don't forget you can stay up to date on our web site that's t w dot com more news at the top of the hour with michael cool objects parser thanks for all. the literature invites us to see people in particular. to see some as the kids find the strength growing up. my objective is to. get over your books on you to. be told it is for me.
you can love it you can hate it you can even say it's not their fault but stuff not going to change anything is it fair to say. t.v. viewership has never been higher stadium just time to get packed up. and brands are starting to invest in the untapped market which represents we split 50 percent of the population. telling even florence you know wherever jones on the bandwagon and thanks to some countries like england have gone all in with a massive movement. other countries like germany who started to stagnate are now starting to follow suit. so even i don't know the names of those who go to the future and i'm going to tell you why but before you figure out why that is going to go to england and germany i think class at wembley in front of a sellout crowd. europe's historic power germany versus the continent's new gold
standard england in $25.00 total clashes england's only managed to beat germany wants this game however isn't even about the result it's about the record crowd of over 77000 people who packed up england's football town hall wembley to watch a women's friendly the biggest ever crowd to see the linus's on home soil at. testament to how far women's football is calm and a look at where it's going. yes i think it has been the right college and attendance and of any women's poker game every democracy of precedent to set i think now we've had days out one play and we've seen other fronts and. today for the league and we see women in the women's game continues to grow both domestically and internationally have to get its own believe before in football faced with open a game to play it out wembley said from the both of us $77.00 posts some funds out
there to support yeah when i fessed up playing to a love football like high level football the and over you know there was one no money in the game people would train and twice a week in the evenings she wasn't professional at all and then you look at now more fully professional so to understand where we're going we 1st need to think go back to see how we got here. germany and england have a lot of history between them women's football has actually been banned in both countries yes band since their start in 1902 the german national team has won literally everything there is to win multiple times. the buena sligo was once considered the best league in the world responsible for producing some of the best talent in women's football go inside because i was. born to. guns feel you. don't
know. the but i'm self-taught in. some thailand's outmost and for t. he. does is hard to fire. boss 2nd very is a former national team player herself a pioneer oh and after helping germany win their 1st title she of squad received 50 said england on the other hand. not so much. 3rd place in the 2015 world cup a champions league title for arsenal no 7 and a league the left a lot to be desired about that but times change and passions alter one thing but off the pitch and moving forward the president paints a very different picture so do you think we could see a game to this big with this many people organizing germany do you think it's product to mention at the moment because we don't look at the stadium school but i really wish it was around.
the performance. in the. in the studio with one pro-government side to. side to. side. with statements because that's. the f.a. w s l is the women's tongues like in england it's 12 fully professional teams are required to offer their players pro contracts and have you think unlike in germany each team is affiliated with and backed by a professional man's club. in 2019 barclays made the biggest investment and u.k. women's sport history when they became the title sponsor of the f.a. u.s.l. in a multi-million pound deal without a doubt the fact that box. cars prompted all the big brands to get involved we've
seen big brands like reserve roll out of huge competent i think even the t.v. right deals here which will start to be negotiated over the next year or so or will be even more competitive than ever before the d.s.l. is already you know 11 start treasonous there's bound to be everybody kind of wants a piece of the find out would definitely a point where brands want to be involved for a p.r. perspective but i think yes they are seeing the value with a commercial. chelsea and manchester city are 2 recognizable clubs who sit atop the w s l table a clash between the 2 fields charles has granted cassidy and attracted national and international media as well as various football social media outlets. to have us our games are streamed on the f a player with no geo blocking providing convenient world wide access to the league in england the b.b.c.
even has its own show dedicated to women's football but nobody watches one and. oh they don't know women's football weekly highlights show on b.b.c. peaks around 1000000 every week and that's very similar to the popular british show much of the dead subs the equivalent for women really impressive turnout i mean over 3000 mean all season it was and we cannot forget so it shows all the women's world cup did for. this country but the quality isn't that good well actually all the investment has led to improvement and the quality is greatly improved that's a fact in terms of the game is really good quality in tends to be the best teams in england a good metric to measure improvement is the number of passes per game and number that increases for better teams in the 200-1000 women's world cup the average number of passes was 83750 in 2015 that's a 10 percent increase a bigger jump than any other competition in the same period.
actually shows where women's football should go catcher and berger is one of many internationals who've made their way to england's top flight to play as pros she hails from germany and knows the women's football scene well in both countries. for a very long time german. in a new world i would say. no if you can see. came from nuffin now a big german legend and i don't mean legend lightly because she actually has won everything you can win in football after years of bra she's now back in germany . with the credit is that. it could look like you mean i'm to you know now that we had a lot of men's team won and was. like showing off on to me about maybe you
screaming. side and now players from that think we are very fortunate we. also let you know about by the big brands like baucus who are really driving the women's game but the media also ball pops playing on my plate and we are studs that kind of step up and to that wall that. continues to tug is now player coach and rb likes it where they have big ambitions for building their women's team to compete in the bundesliga and internationally just like their men squad and we're saying the same but i think we have a. who's likely supporting women's football and. you want us to clone you want us to play and to be listening. so i think this is a really good commitment and was planning to come in and help the team and get us. good as possible and also play for myself to. have the team grow up with
a reason so obviously the best players are going to choose the best leagues and given the current investments and a huge buzz around football in england that means more people want to play in the ws self and less people want to play in the boonies leda. this can be seen in a number players that each league senses 2019 women's world cup. like in london and if. you know maybe a play a half or can choose between. playing in a suit or western united i mean of course western united sounds much more interesting than maybe a suicide because you can also be a professional player ok so i'm not trying to compare women's football to men's football nobody's saying that we want to play in leagues with men or against them but man so-called does have a big role to play in pushing women to evolve for would maybe have to get more men's team to get into the bundesliga because like you said the force may be more
interesting to watch. because you have a much more. long tradition. women in clubs commitments you don't want to cloud. you have emotions were formed from spurlock's new album and hello from. n.p.r. support you've got the prospects of winning the 1st ever domestic travel in this country though much does that perspective of making history excite you. the 1st 30 minutes you mentioned. they want to manchester city actually with the teams and drives the changes in this country because all of the all the women super league being created in 2010 or so years later as much as just the 2 giant they joined with you all really kind to construct the box for women's football so that they were on the side in the purpose built ground so it's very much their home.
i think also there's this idea of manchester city being the 1st group to award all of that list professional contract so they were treated to full time professional so that you know that sharing the environment with the likes of pep guardiola and the rest of his side which i think is a huge step of the top 12 richest club in the world every single one has a women's team we can look at a number of players in the league who still. to have a big deal for example and in the men's game that would be cool to lay your head up so there is still a long way to ball but what i am saying is that especially in england the positives the fact that the visibility the investment and the support is having on the women's game is starting to cause others to take notice and follow suit and that is definitely a good thing. and if you're still not convinced it's not when they drew it anyway they also watch footy on sunday with their significant other or better yet to kick the ball around with their stop fighting it.
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