From BMO to the Barrio, Angel City Football’s ‘PodeRosas’ Supporter Group Builds Community
“Growing up, we mostly saw men playing soccer; our families mostly cheered for men’s teams,” said Grijalva. “We know how male-dominated soccer is. Our intention now is to center women athletes, women fans, women’s voices.”
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