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The Lionesses had a terrific World Cup, but women's football in England is on shaky economic ground – new research

By Christina Philippou, Principal Lecturer, Accounting, Economics and Finance, University of Portsmouth
Beth Clarkson, Football Consultant & Visiting Senior Lecturer in Strategy and Governance in Women's Football, University of Portsmouth
Despite the disappointment of losing to Spain in the final, England’s women’s football team had a very good World Cup, on and off the pitch. Viewing figures were huge, media coverage was unprecedented and excitement about potential future achievements seems high.

So women’s football in England looks…The Conversation

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