From songs to sponsorships: the work & dedication of women’s Active Supporters.

SPECIAL REPORT: #ImpetusFootball’s @KaptinYap spoke to @thewesterncore , @roarcorps @activejets , the @cornerofyellow and the @victory_vikings about the works and dedication of the active support groups in the #ALeaguewomen

Euro Fans Ready To Continue The Party in 2023

Kieran Yap reflects on what Australia and New Zealand have to look forward to when overseas fans come to the World Cup next year, with Kris Goman, Impetus’ Euros roving reporter getting the views of fans at the games across England about the tournament Down Under which starts in under a year (21/7/22). Above: ComingContinue reading “Euro Fans Ready To Continue The Party in 2023”

Life On The Road At The Euros

Impetus’ Kris Goman is our roving reporter at the Euros. She is travelling the length and breadth of England watching matches at just about every venue possible. With the group stage now at an end, she reflects on the opening few weeks of the event (20/7/22). Above: One of Kris’ favourite moments from the tournamentContinue reading “Life On The Road At The Euros”

Women’s Football Deserves Commitment To Time Frames And Tangible Aims

by Kieran Yap (28/2/22) We are all on the same team, but women’s football fans need to know what the game plan is. The priority this season as it was last, is to keep the league running against unprecedented challenges. For this the APL and Football Australia deserve commendation. However, with good reason, the fansContinue reading “Women’s Football Deserves Commitment To Time Frames And Tangible Aims”

A Deal With The Devil That Sold Out The Fans

by Terri Westgate Newly promoted FA Premier League club Norwich City have caused huge controversy this week by announcing a major sponsorship deal with a gambling company which uses images of women that were common place in the 1970s. Terri emphasises just how offensive and what a retrograde step the club’s announcement was. I startedContinue reading “A Deal With The Devil That Sold Out The Fans”