Female soccer followers share experiences of abuse


Social media firms should do extra to cease feminine soccer followers being abused on-line – in keeping with a community that protects girls’s pursuits throughout the sport. Women in Football says attitudes should change, so that everybody can take part with out fear of discrimination or trolling.

The BBC has spoken to 2 feminine followers who’ve suffered sexist and racist abuse on-line.

Reporter: Zahid Lalani

If you’ve been affected by any points on this story, you’ll find help at BBC Action Line.


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