Kick It Out tackling male dominance in football

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Kick It Out tackling male dominance in football
28th October 2014

England women's historic first match at Wembley against European champions Germany will be played in front of their largest crowd ever.
More than 33,000 tickets have been sold to the game.
Today, Kick It Out takes place in West Ham, which aims to help raise the profile of women in football and help more women land top jobs in the footballing word.
Troy Townsend from Kick It Out and father of England player Andros Townsend explains why the program is so important and how it helps women break through the male dominated world of football.

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