Teen footballer’s goal to be role model for Muslim girls
In part two of our series on Muslim women and girls in sport, young footballer Huda Anas is working towards more women of colour representing her club and her code.
Why NZ is outlier in world women’s sport
New Zealand is leading the world getting women’s sport back up and running. And new fans around the world are watching.
NZ and women’s sport
Three women’s world cups to be played in New Zealand over the next three years - but how well does this country really do when it comes to equity in sport?
Women’s football can flourish out of Covid-19
The Kiwi at head of women’s football worldwide believes the women’s game can grow out of the coronavirus crisis.
Stott in searing form for fourth W-League title tilt
The final of the W-League will go ahead this weekend - albeit behind closed gates - with Football Fern Rebekah Stott gunning for her fourth championship title.
How Roodie got her football mojo back
It’s striking what Football Ferns forward Katie Rood’s career to date illuminates about how women’s football has developed over the last decade - and how it could evolve in the future.
All the risque, and no reward for women’s sport
A former Football Fern, inspired by iconic moments in World Cup history, is offering her advice - for free - to help women’s sports lure the sponsors’ dollar.
The battle for a NZ team in the W-League
NZ needs a professional women’s football team to keep in step with the rest of the world. So could a female Phoenix team in Australia’s W-League be on the horizon?
Football Ferns need bold, brave change
The Football Ferns are at a crossroads - they need to move on from simply being “competitive” to make a serious impression on the world football stage.