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.
by Sunman Productions Inc. Hear the game’s biggest stars answer why the women’s world cup matters. Christine Sinclair, Abby Wambach, David Beckham, Erin McLeod, and John Herdman weigh in with WWWCM founder Carrie Serwetnyk.
Fundraiser leverages 2015 Women’s World Cup to advance social change By Megan Stewart, The Courier Staff writer Carrie Serwetnyk holds an afternoon training session for girls at Trafalgar Park Nov. 26 before securing a political milestone at an evening Parks Board meeting. Photograph by: Dan Toulgoet , Vancouver Courier As a striker for the world’s best women’s soccer team in the
Vancouver Beacon Plans to improve women’s soccer coaching opportunties before 2015 World Cup By Ross Armour Canada women’s soccer action versus the United States. Photo courtesy of equalplayfc.com A campaign has been launched by a former Canadian national team player in a bid to increase and enhance women’s soccer involvement in our country. Carrie Serwetnyk, who is also the publisher of F
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.