Emma Evan Upbeat About Impact Of FIFA Women’s World Cup In Oceania

OFC Women’s Football Development Officer Emma Evans said co-hosting a Women’s World Cup in New Zealand had the potential to leave a legacy for the game in our region and beyond.

“The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will have an undoubtable impact on football in this region, across all levels and areas of the game, but it also has the potential to change perceptions and challenge social norms which will transform the lives of girls and women across Asia and the Pacific,” Evans said.

“If this legacy can reach beyond the football field, and into the homes and communities of girls and women across Asia and the Pacific, that will be where the legacy lies, and where I believe the greatest impact will be.”

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