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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 perspec ...
 
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With the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup being held in Australia and New Zealand, this episode of Changing The Game looks ahead to the tournament and reflects on the lessons that can be learnt from previous World Cups. In a change of hosting duties, New Zealand captain, Ali Riley, is thrown into the hot seat alongside Australia vice-captain, Steph Catl…
 
Former United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) player, Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak joins Ali Riley to discuss the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the impact that the national teams victory had on the development of women’s football in America (3:00-6:55). With 110 caps for the national team including a debut at the age of 16, Sahaydak recalls the …
 
In this episode of Changing The Game, Sweden legend and FIFPRO global board member Caroline Jönsson joins Ali Riley to discuss the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup and share her perspective on the future of women’s football. Looking back on her international career, Caroline reveals the difficulties she faced at the competition in the USA (25:50) and ho…
 
South Africa women’s captain, Janine van Wyk joins Ali Riley to discuss the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France and the impact that the tournament had on the landscape of women’s football (2:09). Looking back on her debut for the national side in 2005 and her role as captain in 2013, Van Wyk explores the challenges that come with leadership (15:0…
 
In 2011, Japan caused one of the biggest upsets in football history when they beat the USA to become the first Asian nation to win the FIFA Women’s World Cup. In this episode of Changing The Game, Yuki Nagasato joins Ali Riley to discuss that moment (1:46) and the emotional aftermath of lifting the trophy, following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami …
 
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 person…
 
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 gam…
 
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, whil…
 
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 wh…
 
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