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Crossing the Line – women’s Euros launch event

On the eve of the Women’s Euros, we’re holding a launch event with the National Football Museum and This Fan Girl to kick-off the tournament.

The European Women’s Championship will see the launch of two brand new exhibitions to celebrate the women’s game and its supporters.

Crossing the Line is the museum’s first dedicated photo exhibition of the women’s game chronicling the potted history of women’s football. There will also be a photographic exhibition from This Fan Girl in the museum’s Pitch Gallery space, just in time for the tournament.

The FSA will be creating art on the night through a My Country, My Shirt project – a Lionesses version of the My Club, My Shirt initiative created by the Fans for Diversity campaign. The activity will see portraits taken across the evening – these will then be put together for an exhibition at the FSA’s AGM on Saturday 16th July.

The museum will also be hosting lightning talks and exclusive tours around the new exhibition, as well as live DJs and a bar.

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