Good leadership is one of those things that’s hard to describe, but we know it when we see it. Read on to learn – or remember – the five leadership lessons you learned playing sports.
We’re all still reeling from the 2019 World Cup, but let’s not forget some of the big issues (the pay gap being just one of them) that this tournament made more visible. There’s still work to do alongside our favorite female footballers!
This World Cup is one to remember, long after the final game. Read on to remember the killer matches, the athletes and squads who made history this Cup, the booming fan bases, what still needs to be improved, and the road ahead for women’s soccer/football around the world.
The 2019 World Cup is happening. You’ve seen the hype. You’ve heard about some of the key players. But maybe you didn’t play soccer, and are a little fuzzy on some of the rules and terms you hear thrown around during any given match. Well don’t worry, this quick guide to basic soccer lingo will make sure you know what those commentators are talking about during this World Cup and beyond.
The 2019 FIFA World Cup is here. Check out this quick guide to how it works, the teams, players, venues, and how to follow along through a free bracket competition on She Plays!
The best relationships in our lives are built on simple things we first learned while playing sports. Remember these fundamentals of friendship that you learned on the field/track/court and why they’re still important today.
Baseball, of course, is America’s favorite pastime. It’s also where women’s professional sports leagues began in the United States.
If you’ve seen the 1992 Hollywood hit “A League of Their Own,” you’ve gotten a good, albeit somewhat fictionalized, introduction to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, the first women’s professional sports league of its kind. Learn the real story behind the start of baseball as a professional women’s sport in the US.
I really thought we were past this point. I really hoped that enough people were investing in, watching and respecting women’s professional sports leagues now that these leagues would have enough support to expand, not fold. Unfortunately, this was not the case last weekend when the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) announced that it will discontinue operations on May 1.
Women’s equality in sport. Equal play, equal pay, equal display. Because when she plays, the world changes. There are a lot of reasons She Plays is here. Check out this welcome letter from Ashley Hart, the founder of She Plays.
In our first podcast episode, we share a bit about what She Plays is, why we’re here, and who are the voices behind She Plays : The Podcast. Thanks for listening!