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Changing The Game is a captivating exploration of thirty years of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, told by the players involved.

Hosted by New Zealand international Ali Riley, this brand new FIFPRO podcast series brings you the biggest stars of women’s football, as they review the evolution of the tournament and sport.

Set against a backdrop of cultural and social transformation, each episode will focus on a different championship, going beyond the action on the pitch to offer a revealing perspective. While there’s much to celebrate, the beautiful game still has a long way to go, as discussion turns to hopes for the 2023 World Cup and the legacy it can leave for future generations.

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Changing The Game is a captivating exploration of thirty years of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, told by the players involved.

Hosted by New Zealand international Ali Riley, this brand new FIFPRO podcast series brings you the biggest stars of women’s football, as they review the evolution of the tournament and sport.

Set against a backdrop of cultural and social transformation, each episode will focus on a different championship, going beyond the action on the pitch to offer a revealing perspective. While there’s much to celebrate, the beautiful game still has a long way to go, as discussion turns to hopes for the 2023 World Cup and the legacy it can leave for future generations.

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    EP4: 2007 - Christine Sinclair on what it takes to be the best

    EP4: 2007 - Christine Sinclair on what it takes to be the best

    In this episode of Changing The Game, Ali Riley's special guest is Christine Sinclair. The Canadian legend discusses the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup and shares her experiences with the national team that have seen her feature in five World Cups and win an Olympic gold medal at Tokyo 2020. 

    Reflecting on her career so far, Sinclair reveals her personal challenges (21:20) while exploring the wider evolution of women’s football and how she believes more must be done in leagues such as the NWSL to give female players the working conditions they deserve (11:31).

    With achievements that include the record for the most international goals scored, the discussion turns to her own motivations and her desire to leave the game in a better place than she found it (3:20). 

    Stay tuned for the next episode of FIFPRO's Changing The Game with Yuki Nagasato, out 1st December.

    • 35 Min.
    EP3: 1991 - Carolina Morace - Italy's Record-Breaker

    EP3: 1991 - Carolina Morace - Italy's Record-Breaker

    On the 30th anniversary of the first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup, Italy’s goal scoring sensation, Carolina Morace, talks to Ali Riley about her memories of that inaugural tournament, including how it was only in more recent years that she had become aware of her own record-breaking achievements from 1991.

    Reflecting on how attitudes towards the game shifted in the following years, Carolina also recalls the influence that the arrival of international players had on the domestic game in her country and emphasises the importance of modern female role models for the next generation.

    • 30 Min.
    EP2: 1995 - Pia Sundhage - Amateur Days & the Growth of Professionalism

    EP2: 1995 - Pia Sundhage - Amateur Days & the Growth of Professionalism

    Sweden legend Pia Sundhage joins Ali Riley to discuss the 1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the turning point it had for women’s football, in the latest episode of FIFPRO’s Changing the Game.

    Pia explains how and why she pretended to be a boy when playing as a youngster, and also examines the changes that have taken place since her amateur days, whilst setting out what more needs to be done to advance the professionalism of the modern game.

    With accolades that include the 2012 FIFA Women's World Coach of the Year, Pia has enjoyed a highly successful career as a coach since retiring as a player and she shares the joy she has found in this role and reveals her hopes for future generations.

    Stay tuned for the next episode of FIFPRO’s Changing The Game with Carolina Morace, out 17th November. 

    • 32 Min.
    EP1: 2015 - Lucy Bronze & England’s breakthrough moment

    EP1: 2015 - Lucy Bronze & England’s breakthrough moment

    In 2015, football changed forever in England as the national team exceeded expectations by reaching the FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-finals, and defeating Germany to finish third in the tournament.

    In the first episode of Changing The Game, current Best FIFA Women’s Player Lucy Bronze chats to Ali Riley about that historic tournament and explains why it was a pivotal moment, not only on a personal level but also for the impact the team’s success had on the domestic scene back home.

    Delving into the changing professional landscape, the right-back explains how social media is a good thing for women’s football and gives the inside scoop on her time in France at Olympique Lyonnais. Stay tuned for the next episode of FIFPRO’s Changing The Game with Pia Sundhage, out Wednesday 10th November.

    • 34 Min.
    Introducing Changing The Game - An Official FIFPRO Podcast

    Introducing Changing The Game - An Official FIFPRO Podcast

    Welcome to Changing The Game, a FIFPRO podcast with some of the biggest names in women’s football, charting the development and growth of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in an unfiltered, honest fashion.

    Hosted by New Zealand international Ali Riley, the first episode of Changing The Game arrives November 3rd.

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