Football’s Media Momentum

Emerging Sports Writer Alumni Sienna Nobile reflects on the growth of women’s football coverage in the lead up to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. I sat in my Nonna’s Lexus in her driveway, the breaks on, windows down. As the passenger, I was in charge of the music. It was something Italian—something we could …

Culture collisions and active support in women’s football

Danielle Warby spoke with Bonny Boles, co-founder of the Melbourne Victory Vikings and Brodie Wales, president of Matildas Active Support about active support in football. Last month, a W-League Melbourne Derby was marred by a group of Melbourne Victory supporters hurling abuse, and a glass bottle, at Melbourne City’s Teagan Micah. So, what does it …

How one photo summed up my World Cup experience

In the latest By The White Line Diaries, Rachel takes us to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the moment that defined her experience. The final whistle blew, and the American players celebrated, as Dutch players dropped to the ground. After shooting the initial reactions, I made my way around the pitch for the …