Sene Naoupu is the latest addition to next Thursday’s virtual live webinar looking at the question of how gender-neutral the impact of Covid-19 has been on sport. Sene joins Sport Ireland’s Nora Stapleton and World Championship medalist Jenny Egan alongside … Continue reading
On Thursday afternoon, June 4th we will look in detail at the impact of Covid-19 on Women’s sport. Today we are pleased to announce that Nora Stapleton and Jenny Egan will be our first two panellists for the discussion, with … Continue reading
There was a double dose of optimism from the FAI yesterday with news that all players and officials tested across four clubs had tested negative for COVID-19 and dates confirmed for the National Women’s Team to continue their journey towards a first major finals. Continue reading
On Thursday afternoon, June 4th we will host a virtual live discussion looking in detail at the impact of Covid-19 on Women’s sport. Continue reading
There is growing concern over the particular impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Women’s sport at the highest levels. Continue reading
UEFA has confirmed that the UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 Finals will now be played in England from 6th to 31st July 2022. It is planned to use the same venues that were originally proposed to host the event. Continue reading
In the latest of our series of interviews with leaders across the business of sport we are joined by Cliona O’Leary, Deputy Head of TV Sport at RTÉ and newly appointed Chair of the European Broadcasting Union Committee on Women in Sport.
The Women’s Euro 2021 Finals are expected to be pushed back to 2022 after a UEFA Executive Committee meeting later today.
Swim Ireland’s #WePlay Inspiring Girls in Sport Conference is to take place online in 2020 with a weekly series of discussions and education pieces getting underway on April 22nd. Continue reading
Stories have been emerging over the weekend of the men and women we know through a sporting filter coming to the fore in the battle against Covid-19 as part of our Health Service. To the fore in this has been the GAA and the IRFU whose international Women’s team has three of its members that would have hoped to finish out the Guinness Six Nations answering Ireland’s Call in a very different way. Continue reading