• The ability to set goals, to show up and give
    your best to find out where your talents can take you
    is one of the greatest gifts we have.

    Photo: Robin Toma
  • We build friendships and
    strive further than we could ever
    accomplish or enjoy alone.

    Photo: Robin Toma
  • Soccer teaches life skills to come back
    from all of the roadblocks our journey’s encounter.
    It gives girls and boys a sense of purpose.

    Photo: Russell Watkins – Department for International Development
  • A soccer ball inspires happiness,
    creativity and friendships.
    The Women’s World Cup
    sends a positive global message
    that girls are capable and important.

  • The World Cup brings
    glimmers of hope to those who are
    silenced and an awareness
    or potential awakening to
    those who force the controls.

    Photo: Photo Source Unknown
  • Girls and women are often victims.
    They have less access to get out
    of desperate situations.
    Soccer can radically change
    their sense of self worth and focus.

    Photo: John Walker


Creating Positive Change for Girls & Women
On and Off the Field

Special Fund Raiser!


“Kwikw”  Eagle with Soccer Ball, Fundraising Silver Pendant by Olympic Medal designer Corrine Hunt, and jeweler, Sandra Bars

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Creating Changes On & Off the Field

Welcome to Equal Play. You don't have to be a soccer fan to see the importance of girls and women being treated fairly on a global scale. We invite you to visit through our pages to become more aware of the obstacles girls face that most people take for granted as normal in our own back yards and abroad. We also encourage you to make a difference by questioning and orchestrating changes in your own neighbourhoods. Join our campaign by passing on our message, encouraging equity and donating or sponsoring programs that will open opportunities for girls and women in all aspects of their lives.

In the News

Why The Womens World Cup Matters Even More Today

Beyond The Pitch Football news, interviews and debate By Anthony Rosso November 28, 2013 More than just a story about enriching the lives of women through sports participation, Carrie Serwetnyk has been at the forefront of working toward real and meaningful changes in sports governance that could have a long and lasting impact in the matter of gender equality and building leadership projects and a
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Daphne Bramham: Let’s make equality a legacy of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Vancouver Sun Daphne Bramham: Let’s make equality a legacy of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Photograph by: Arlen Redekop , Vancouver Sun Carrie Serwetnyk is fearless and focused — traits that explain why she was the first female inductee into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame. But these days, the former national team member is no longer on the soccer pitch. Instead, she’s playing on a different f
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Documentary Project

http://www.gofundme.com/WWCMatters The documentary film, Why The Women’s World Cup Matters takes the audience into the rapidly expanding world of women’s soccer. There we discover that the patriarchy still has a tight grip on the game, controlling who gets to kick a soccer ball, who gets the financial support to win and who gets to work in the sport. The film is inspired by former Canadian Nationa
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Selling the Women’s World Cup: National program hopes ‘buzz’ will translate into long-term financial support for soccer

by Bruce Constantineau http://www.vancouversun.com/business/Selling+women+World/8686638/story.html  
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The Equal Play team is thrilled to be working with by Olympic Medal designer Corrine Hunt & Jeweller Sandra Bars, in producing this beautiful sterling silver pendant as a symbol of equality and the rights of women and girls on and off the field.