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The FSF Podcast – Episode One

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

Episode One of the FSF Podcast, recorded at Wembley Stadium ahead of the Women’s FA Cup Final on Saturday 1st August, hosted by Lynsey Hooper (@lynseyhooper)…

Our panel of fans discuss the season ahead, touching on topics including the worth of pre-season, the growth of MLS, Premier League predictions, the Women’s FA Cup Final and the Women’s Super League, along with updates on FSF campaign work including a day of action on the weekend of 3rd/4th October on ticket prices (#20Plenty).

The panel features Jen O’Neill (@SheKicksdotnet), Melissa Bennett (@HistorianMel), Andrew Gibney (@Gibney_A), Sylvain Jamet (@S_Jamet) and Guy Aldrich.

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