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Breaking stigmas and championing community: the power of women’s football in Liverpool.

Thursday 20th October, 6.30pm

shado x Convenience Gallery presents: Breaking stigmas and championing community: the power of women’s football in Liverpool.

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Join us for a screening of the short documentary Comfort Angels followed by a panel with Jacqui McAssey (girls Fan Zine) Allison Whorton (Aggregate FC) and Kate and Ellie from Comfort Angels where panelists will talk about the role that football has had in all of their lives; the importance of grassroots football in fostering community; how each of the panellists are creating change in their communities and breaking down barriers and stigmas facing women in football.

Date and time: 20th October, 6.30pm

Location: Bloom Building, Birkenhead, CH41 5FQ

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