Gender Inequality

The Women’s World Cup's hot summer: here's how much the female game has changed

Interest in the Women's World Cup has never been higher. Image: REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

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Giulia Gwinn celebrates Germany's first goal. Image: REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
Women's world cup digital presence after group stages Image: FIFA
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Women's World Cup prize money 2007-2019. Image: BBC
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