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Women's World Football Show is dedicated to delivering the latest news and information on women's football from every corner of the world. Many of the most popular soccer players, coaches and influencers discuss their lives, passions and football journeys.
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Women's World Football Show, Episode 191 spotlights The Soccer Show with former professional goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer and founder of Beast Mode Soccer David Copeland-SmithWhat do you get when you mix a former professional women’s soccer player with one of the world’s most renown trainers in the women’s game and throw them in front of a camera and have them comment on FA WSL game highlights? You get The Soccer Show!Haley Kopmeyer and David Copeland-SmithHosts of The Soccer Show stop by to talk about the YouTube show that is changing the way we look at the FA WSL. Former Reign and Orlando Pride goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer has teamed up with the founder of Beast Mode Soccer David Copeland-Smith for an informative and entertaining highlight-driven show.The two also discusses why the FA WSL is so popular, who are some of their favorite players, their take on how to really grow the women's game and more! On their own, these two are knowledgeable and insightful. Together, they are taking coverage of women's football to another level! (21’)Plus soundbites from Gotham FC midfielders Carli Lloyd and Jennifer Cudjoe; and from Portland Thorns FC head coach Mark Parsons and Adrianna Franch.Episode Links:Watch The Soccer Show ~ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkQsN_FD5o78E0gYZmsyF7bSHjO36GCpZWatch Just Women's Sports on YouTube ~ https://www.youtube.com/jwsFollow on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/beastmodesoccerhttps://www.instagram.com/hkopmeyer/https://www.instagram.com/justwomenssports/Follow Haley Kopmeyer on Instagram @hkopmeyerListen to AJ interview Haley Kopmeyer on Episode 171 ~ https://wwfshow.com/2019/07/28/episode-151-jen-hoy-haley-kopmeyer-chloe-logarzo-ally-long-megan-rapinoe/Listen and subscribe to our friends at Game of Throw-Ins podcast on Spotify and Soundcloud. Follow them on Twitter @GOTIfootball and Instagram @gameofthrowinspodcastDon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California ~ http://www.mission-california.comOriginal Broadcast Date: May 16, 2021Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited & produced by Patty La Bella. Additional assistance for this episode by Haley Kopmeyer, David Copeland-Smith, Maureen Cornley, NWSL, Portland Thorns FC, NJ/NY Gotham FCWomen’s World Football Show® is a registered trademark and its audio and logo cannot be used without expressed written authorization.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 190 features an exclusive interview with NJ/NY Gotham FC and Ghana Women’s National Team midfielder Jennifer Cudjoe.Her story is an original – a tale that is seldom told of a youngster from the Western Region of Ghana who developed a love of football and a dream to be the best! Very accomplished on the international level with the Ghana Women’s National Team, Jennifer Cudjoe had a desire to play amongst the greatest players in the world and set her sites on America. In 2013, the young midfielder came to the States and played for a few colleges, as well as various WPSL teams throughout the country.After a successful open tryout, Jennifer caught the attention of Sky Blue FC head coach Freya Coombe and her dream of playing professionally in America has become a reality. Plus, we hear from Freya as she shares her thoughts on Jennifer and what she brings to the team.But Jennifer isn’t done. Her lifelong dream of winning championships and continuing to hone her skills is still paramount in her heart. In this episode we talk to Jennifer about those dreams, plus we learn more about women’s soccer in Ghana, the Black Queens, and more. If you are as obsessed about Ghana women’s soccer, Gotham FC, and Jennifer Cudjoe, you do not want to miss this episode! (14’)Episode Links:Follow Jennifer Cudjoe on Instagram @jennifer_kaka_cudjoe13Listen to Episode 178 featuring Ghana striker Grace Asantewaa, Woso Maniacs, and Coach Sumani Basirudeen - https://wwfshow.com/2020/09/21/episode-178-grace-asantewaa-woso-maniacs-sumani-basirudeen/2021 NWSL Regular Season Schedule ~ https://www.nwslsoccer.com/news/article/nwsl-announces-full-2021-regular-season-scheduleListen and subscribe to our friends at Game of Throw-Ins podcast on Spotify and Soundcloud. Follow them on Twitter @GOTIfootball and Instagram @gameofthrowinspodcastDon't miss Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California - http://www.mission-california.comMore WWFShow Links:Follow Women’s World Football Show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and our blog at wwfshowblog.com.Listen to Women’s World Football Show on Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, Google Play, Castbox, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and direct from our website at www.WWFShow.com.
Joanna Lohman has taken all the lessons she’s learned in her 16-year career and hundreds of stories from professional women soccer players and produced one of the most anticipated books of the year. Here to talk about Raising Tomorrow’s Champions, which she co-authored with Paul Tukey, Joanna share with us the process of compiling all the stories in this book, how it was inspired, and much more. Despite never winning a championship of any kind, Joanna has redefined what being a champion means from her days with the USWNT to becoming the first Washington Spirit player in the team’s history to ever have her jersey number retired.Win a Copy of Raising Tomorrow’s Champions by Joanna Lohman and Paul Tukey!When: From April 13, 2021 to April 27, 2021How: Simply go to @wwfshow on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram & reply to our contest post with “I Want to Win!” If you’re not on social, email patty@wwfshow.com with “I Want to Win” in the subject line. Your name will be placed in a drawing to win one (1) copy of “Raising Tomorrow’s Champions”Episode Links:Visit Joanna’s website – https://joannalohman.com/Listen to Joanna’s WWFShow interview from 2017, Episode 96 – https://wwfshow.com/2017/04/16/lohman-arnold/Learn more about Raising Tomorrow’s Champions and get your signed copy! https://rtcsoccer.com/book/raising-tomorrows-champions/
Women's World Football Show, Episode 188 features interviews with players champions: Damon Wilson, Founder & CEO of Wilson Management Alliance; and Carrie Taylor, Managing Director of the new North American professional women’s soccer league.For many of us, women footballers are our champions. But when it comes to player support and opportunities, who are the players' champions? On this episode we feature two of the best who have made the advance of women's soccer their life's work.Damon WilsonA former professional soccer player, Damon Wilson has spent the majority of his career outside of football, dedicated to the women's game. As founder and CEO of Wilson Management Alliance, Damon represents women footballers all over the world. He stops by to share his experiences with us, as well as some valuable advice to young player and budding sports agents.What kind of work goes into representing a women football player, especially when there are leagues and teams popping up all over the world. To do it right, there's a little legal work, some psychology, and a whole lot of passion involved. If you ever wanted to know what goes into being a women's soccer sports agent, this is the interview you want to catch! (10')Carrie TaylorIf you've been around soccer for awhile, you recognize the name Carrie Taylor! Famously known for being the first female coach of any kind in the top tiers of modern U.S. men's pro soccer, Carrie was hired by Landon Donavan to an assistant coach to the USL's San Diego Loyal SC. She also served as a technical consultant for the Jamaican Women’s National Team where she helped prepare a three-year strategic plan and budget that was presented to the Jamaican Football Federation.Today, Carrie is heading up the task of bringing a new women's professional league to North America and she's here to share all the details with us! In January, 2021 the United Women’s Soccer (UWS) and the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) announced an alliance to create the new pro league. One of their first order of business, was to hire Carrie Taylor as the managing director of the league. Carrie talks to us about this role, the vision for the league, and next steps. Carrie Taylor is a ground breaker and you'll see why! (46')For links from this episode, visit http://www.wwfshow.com
Women's World Football Show, Episode 186 features an exclusive interview with Australia Women’s National Team defender Jenna McCormick; and Beyond 90 Editor in Chief Cheryl DownesHailing from South Australia, Jenna McCormick made her national team debut in 2019 against a set of friendlies against Chile. She then made the Olympic qualifiers and on her way to Tokyo! But the journey to fulfilling a dream isn't without it's twists and turns. Jenna shares her experiences as a well-traveled player within the W-League and in foreign leagues throughout the world, including a challenging one in Spain.Jenna also shares insights on her recent injury at Melbourne City and how she has dealt with seeking help to deal with the immense mental pressures the game deals even the strongest players. The embodiment of a footballer, Jenna allows us into her life and makes us proud to be fans of the women's game! This is a Must Listen to interview! (7')Co-founder and editor-in-chief of Beyond90.com.au Cheryl Downes is here to talk about W-League! Who will end the season in the Top 4? Which teams surprised this season? And what did the league do right and wrong in the 2020/21 season? Plus, Cheryl gives her thoughts on the importance of Jenna McCormick to the future of the Matildas. (51')
Episode 186: Lauren Silver

Episode 186: Lauren Silver

2021-02-2801:09:05

Women's World Football Show, Episode 186 features an exclusive interview with Jamaica Women’s National Team defender Lauren Silver.National team player, business owner, entrepreneur, and success coach Lauren Silver shares her life story in this inspiring hour-long conversation. From her days at University of Florida to traveling the world playing soccer for club and country, the Florida native gives us an inside look at how she battled burn out, fought her national team federation with the No Play No Play initiative, and on-going quest to become a better version of herself.In 2019, the Reggae Girlz lit the soccer world on fire with their gritty play on the pitch and their courage to face the Jamaica Football Federation. At the helm was their tiny defender who took to social media to call out the JFF and then took action to help prepare the team for the biggest stage in the world. Lauren isn't waiting around for opportunities to come, she's creating her own with the same fortitude it took to stand up to a federation. And she's bringing us with her!You do not want to miss this interview - it just might change your life! (5')
Women's World Football Show, Episode 185 features an exclusive interview with UCLA defender Lucy Parker; with soundbites from Canada Women's National Team midfielder Sophie Schmidt and Houston Dash defender Megan OysterOne of the most exciting collegiate players in the game today, UCLA’s Lucy Parker joins us at a very pivotal moment in her career. Entering her final season with UCLA, Lucy is gearing up for her entry into the pro ranks when she joins Kansas City in the NWSL in the summer.Former UCLA defender and NCAA National Champion Megan Oyster and former University of Portland standout Sophie Schmidt bring us back to their college days and the experiences that shaped them on and off the pitch. The Houston Dash stars also give their advice for the young players transitioning into the professional leagues.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 184 features soundbites from US Women’s National Team Players Megan Rapinoe, Carli Lloyd and Catarina Macario. USWNT PlayersThe US Women's National Team is preparing for a busy year with the SheBelieves Tournament in February and a full slate of NWSL matches in the year ahead. The team got together for two friendlies against Colombia and conducted a few virtual press conferences.In this episode, we hear from Megan Rapinoe in one of the more entertaining pressers - as she shares her thoughts on the political climate in the USA, the evolution of the National Anthem protest, her hopes for players who do not kneel, and much more! (11')We also hear from a re-energized Carli Lloyd discuss her mental and physical fitness after a long layoff, reuniting with her family, her thoughts on why she chooses not to kneel during the anthem, and more. (48')There's a star in the making on the USWNT, and her name is Catarina Macario! We listen in as the young striker tells us why she decided to leave Stanford a year early to pursue her professional career in France, what it means to be a new American at this time, how it feels to play with her childhood heroes, and so much more! (58')Plus, we take a look at the upcoming calendar for the NWSL season; Managerial changes for a few international teams; FA Women's Continental League Cup scores, and more!
Episode 183: Christy Holly

Episode 183: Christy Holly

2021-01-1101:03:44

Women's World Football Show, Episode 183 features an exclusive interview with Racing Louisville FC Manager Christy HollyIt's the first show of 2021! The year got off to a rough start, but there are brighter days ahead! The NWSL has a new team in Racing Louisville FC and a new head coach with friend-of-the-show Christy Holly!A native of Derry, Northern Ireland, Christy Holly played college football at John Moores University in Liverpool, where he earned a Masters degree in sports psychology and a bachelors degree in sports science. After playing in the Irish Premier League, Christy discovered coaching and found himself coaching women's football in New Jersey.The former Sky Blue FC Head Coach is back in the NWSL with Louisville FC. Join us as we hear how the coach rediscovered his love of the game, how his coaching style is evolving, balancing family life with being a professional coach, and more! Plus, Christy shares his thoughts and insights on the growth of the women's game in Ireland! (16')Episode Links:Listen to Christy Holly on Episode 75 from 2016 - https://wwfshow.com/2016/06/13/christy-holly/Follow Christy on Twitter @christyehollyListen to Christy on the Boot Room Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/boot-room-podcast/id1440593514
Women's World Football Show, Episode 182 features an exclusive interview with ATA Football Co-Founder and General Manager Esmeralda Negron.It's the last show of 2020! Some of our usual seasonal traditions may look a little different this year, so we're bringing a little joy with Episode 182, featuring an inspirational interview with ATA Co-Founder Esmeralda Negron!About Esmeralda NegronAfter a lifetime of playing and coaching, Esmeralda Negron recognized the problem of finding and watching women's football and decided to do something about it. The former Princeton All-American helped found ATA Football, free access to live and on-demand women's football matches as well as replays, highlights,and other premium content.On this episode we sit down with Esmeralda to talk about her football journey from Princeton to broadcasting executive. What inspired the idea to create a women's football media company and what does it take to partner with some of the biggest names in sports broadcasting? Plus, Es shares how playing soccer has given her the skills to survive and thrive in the corporate arena. It's the interview every little girl who dreams of working in football should listen to! (12')Visit ATA Football at ATAFootball.com
Women's World Football Show, Episode 181 features an exclusive interview with Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Arianna Criscione; soundbites from USWNT striker Christen Press; and Canada Women’s Soccer Head Coach Bev Priestman
Women's World Football Show, Episode 180 features an soundbites from US Women’s National Team players Lindsey Horan, Sophia Smith, Lynn Williams and Abby Dahlkemper
Women's World Football Show, Episode 179 features an exclusive with London City Lionesses Goalkeeper Shae Yanez; Football journalists from Girls on the Ball Rachel O’Sullivan and Sophie Downey; and co-founder of Athens Women’s Football Summit Marios Christos Sfantos
Women's World Football Show, Episode 178 features a special Ghana spotlight with Ghana Women’s National Football Team midfielder Grace Asantewaa; Woso Maniacs podcast hosts Ewurama and Afua; and Ghana Premier League’s Northern Ladies head coach Sumani Basirudeen
Women's World Football Show, Episode 177 features a special Australia spotlight with in-depth analysis by Beyond 90 Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief Cheryl Downes.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 176 features an exclusive interview with Portland Thorns FC forward Morgan Weaver; plus soundbites from Thorns head coach Mark Parsons; Houston Dash players Rachel Daly and Shea Groom.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 175 features an exclusive interview with North Carolina Courage and Republic of Ireland Women's National Team midfielder Denise O’Sullivan; plus soundbites from North Carolina defender Abby Erceg and head coach Paul Riley.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 174 features exclusive interviews with Watford Ladies FC striker Adekite Fatuga-Dada; from Passion FC, Leila Al Dzheref and Aggie Dent.
Women's World Football Show, Episode 173 features soundbites from Orlando Pride defender Ali Krieger: Houston Dash co-captains Rachel Daly and Jane Campbell; Washington Spirit stars Ashley Hatch, Tori Huster, and Meggie Dougherty Howard; OL Reign defender Lauren Barnes; plus Head Coaches Marc Skinner (Orlando Pride) and Craig Harrington (Utah Royals FC).
Women's World Football Show, Episode 172 features exclusive interviews with Susie Petruccelli, author of Raised a Warrior; and Jackie Gutierrez, founder and editor of WomenKickBalls.com
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