Women's soccer gained prominence in 2019. For the first time, all Brazilian national team matches in the world Cup were broadcast on open TV in Brazil. In addition, a new technique was hired. The swedish Sundhage sink won two Olympic golds with the American team.
In the local championships, there were also changes. THE Paulista Championship final had record attendance, with 28,862 fans in the stadium. Even with improvements, women still face prejudice and obstacles in sports.
Tamires Cássia Dias de Britto, left-back of the Brazilian team and Corinthians, and Aline Pellegrino, Director of the Women's Football Department of the Paulista Football Federation and former player, are in this episode of Breakfast. They talk about the evolution in the sport, what still needs to change and what is the future of women's football.
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This program was conducted by journalists Rodrigo Vizeu and Victoria Azevedo.