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Episode 206: Hillary Beall, Cheryl Downes

Episode 206: Hillary Beall, Cheryl Downes

Update: 2022-10-10


Racing Louisville FC goalkeeper Hillary Beall is on loan to Western United in A-League Women’s in Australia. The Southern California native stops by to chat about her football journey, overcoming challenges, and taking the next steps to fulfilling her dream to play pro soccer. (11’)

More teams and a longer season has us calling on Editor-in-Chief of Cheryl Downes! If you’re ready for some A-League Women’s updates, you’ll want to listen to this episode! (40’)

Episode Links:
Box to Box with Hillary Beall via Racing Louisville FC –

Racing Louisville FC ~

Western United Womens ~

Sally Q. Yates’ Independent Investigation Report ~

ESPN E60: Truth Be Told: The Fight for Women’s Professional Soccer ~

For women’s soccer in Australia, visit Beyond90 ~

Catch Patty's new YouTube Show Mission California

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Original Broadcast Date: Oct. 10, 2022

Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited and produced by Patty La Bella.
Additional assistance for this episode by Hillary Beall, Cheryl Downes, Jeff Greer (Racing Louisville FC).

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Episode 206: Hillary Beall, Cheryl Downes

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