As One: why Australia and New Zealand’s 2023 World Cup bid matters

By Samantha Lewis “For us, women’s football is much more than a game,” says the introduction to Australia and New Zealand’s historic joint bid to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup. “It is a game-changer for women in our countries, where we celebrate our proud history of advancing women’s leadership, promoting women’s sport and striving …

Profiling By the White Line: photographer Rachel Bach

I remember the first time I met Rachel Bach. I attended the book launch event for ‘Never Say Die: The Hundred-Year Overnight Success of Australian Women’s Football’ by Lee McGowan and Fiona Crawford late last year at Heidelberg United FC in Melbourne. The event was expertly hosted by the amazing Helen Tyrikos, Heidelberg United FC’s …

Introducing Halftime Huddle

Siren is thrilled to announce our first official collaboration – introducing: Halftime Huddle! Halftime Huddle is Sarah Burt and Taylor Capannolo, a podcast team with a passion for women in sport, sharing stories and great conversation. No wonder we wanted to team up with them! When Siren formed, we co-founders were determined to make Siren …

10 women’s sport documentaries and films to add to your must watch list

With all the anticipation and hype around the new documentary, The Last Dance we thought it would be a great time to look at some documentaries and films that focus on women in sport. It’s no surprise that alongside low mainstream media representation, there are very few sporting documentaries featuring women.  ESPN’s 30 for 30 …

10 women in sport Instagram accounts you should be following

We’re all in isolation, and it sucks, but what better time to make sure you’re following all your favourite women in sport accounts for some entertainment? The Siren team has nominated ten accounts to make sure you’re following, for various reasons. Meretiana Robinson @medz_robinson The co-captain of the Melbourne Rebels, Meretiana Robinson shares her life …