Pia Sundhage at her first ‘elite’ club Jitex, 1981.
Marie Vargas(Hammarby Sports Club) celebrates the first of her two goals against against Gothenburg Athletics & Sports Association (GAIS), 1985/1986, Sweden
Sue Lopez in training, date unknown
Sue Lopez is an former England international footballer. She spent her entire club career with Southampton, except for a season in the Italian Serie A with Roma in 1971.
A leading advocate of the women’s game in England, Lopez has also worked as a coach, administrator and writer (Women on The Ball) since her retirement from playing.
Nigeria starting 11 at the 1991 FIFA Women’s World Cup, 1991, China
Top Row (L-R): Omo-Branch, Nkiru Okosieme, Rita Nwadike, Ngozi Uche, Phoebe Ebimiekumo, Mavis Ogun
Bottom row: (L-R): Florence Omagbemi, Ann Mukoro, Lydia Koyonda, Adaku Okoroafor, Diana Nwaiwu
Vivian Mensah (L) of Ghana and Traci Bartlett of Australia battle for the ball in the first half of action during their 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup match, Foxboro Stadium, 1999
Edinburgh Dynamos, 1946
A Scottish Ladies Team (date unknown)
The Sports Spectacle recently posted Yolanda Sousa’s World Cup watercolour paintings which are beyond amazing and are worthy of recognition as it is. But there’s more to Sousa than just being an artist: she’s also ex-footballer, having enjoyed a successful career playing women’s football in India.
Regina Grunenberg, FC St. Pauli 1971.
Source: Sportjournalismus, MHMK Hamburg