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Chris McMullan
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Chris is a sports journalist and editor of Digital Sport - follow him on Twitter @CJMcMullan_

Goal’s Women’s World Cup data shows there’s a growing online audience for women’s football

The Women’s World Cup showed there was an audience for women’s football. Now it’s up to publishers to keep momentum going by covering it now the tournament is over.

Pitch International Announces New Series of ‘All or Nothing’ for Amazon Prime Video

New series will follow Brazil’s Copa America winning team.

Key takeaways from Digital Sport London’s Growing Women’s Football event

The best of the insights from Digital Sport London’s Growing Women’s Football event at Howard Kennedy in central London.

“Preparing the ground” is key to growing women’s football after encouraging World Cup

Digital Sport London focuses on women’s football this evening, as Endeavor and Visa give us their views.

“Getting ready for July 8th” – Visa’s support of women’s football won’t end with the World Cup

Digital Sport London’s July event looks at women’s football – here, panellist Adrian Farina gives his take on Visa’s World Cup sponsorship activations and tells us why now’s the time to start really promoting the game.

Sky Sports to make Cricket World Cup final available for free – if England get there

If England make the World Cup final, the pay TV broadcaster will make the game available for free, according to Sky.

Premier League could take over WSL as strategy to grow women’s football is up for discussion

Women’s Super League could become administered by the Premier League. Meanwhile the debate rages over the best strategies for growing women’s football.

A new direction for Roma transfer videos is social media reach used for good

AS Roma use their social media reach help find missing children around the world.

Why England v USA is the perfect platform for growing women’s football

The Women’s World Cup is a catalyst for interest in women’s football and the England v USA semi final is the perfect platform for growth.

What media coverage of the World Cup tells us about growing women’s football

With DSLondon’s Growing Women’s Football event on the horizon, we ask what strategies should be put in place to grow the game.