Former England and Arsenal Ladies gamer Faye White spoke specifically with 90min to discuss her experience of playing expertly in a time where ladies’s football was still thought about a second-class sport. She highlighted her enjoyment at seeing the video game grow, and went over the future of ladies’s football as it gets in a brand-new age. 

White stands as a 9 time FA Women’s cup winner and the long serving captain of England to date. Since her worldwide launching at the age of 19, she worked to end up being a commanding existence on and off the pitch. She exceeded, all while breaking down the barriers and re-writing understandings of ladies’s football. 

What very first motivated you to chase after a profession in football?

“I had an older brother, he played and I was quite a tomboy. I remember at school I used to pick up and play with the boys at break time, and just want to play. I don’t know where it comes from, I just grew up with football around me. My brother used to play out in the garden with his mates and I just wanted to get involved, then I realized I was just as good as them. Obviously there was a moment of ‘Oh but you’re a girl and you can’t play.’ It just spurred me on even more, really.

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