“she’s my role model, and now I get to play with her and I try to emulate my game after her. I think she’s calm on the ball, reads the game well and her attitude and professionalism are out of this world.”
“By committing to paying our women’s and men’s teams equally, and
providing equal resource for coaching, training and facilities, we hope
to spark a change across the UK that will help put an end to the excuses
for why such a deep pay disparity has persisted in our sport. Together
with our owners, donors and sponsors, Lewes FC can show that equal pay
can be implemented to the benefit of both women and men in sport and
The East Sussex club set out their aims as follows:
• Raising and setting the playing budgets for the women’s and men’s first teams at an equal level.
• Providing equal resource for coaching, performance and strength & conditioning staff.
• Upgrading equipment and facilities to meet the standards required by higher football divisions.
• Investment in local grassroots outreach to drive equal participation in football from girls and boys.
The club’s new campaign, Equality FC, aims to raise awareness about
gender inequality in football and encourage more support for women’s and
girls’ football across the UK and around the world.