Womens' Football


from Newcastle University (youtube)
Football For Girls - Degrading? (1930)

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
038792:Women's Football Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1938

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
Darlington V. Terry's Aka Darlington V. Terrys (1936)

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from Newcastle University (youtube)
Aren't Girls Wonderful? (1931)

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
Active Girls Of Today (1939)

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from http://www.donmouth.co.uk/w...
Women's Football
- Extensive referenced Website including photographs. "This site is the most extensive collection of research into the early history of women's football. My interest in the subject began when I ...

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Simon Cotterill
from http://www.bbc.co.uk/progra...
Blyth Spartans Ladies FC, 1918
- BBC audio clip and information about Blyth Spartans Ladies FC who beat Bolckow-Vaughan of Middlesbrough in the 1918 Munitionettes Cup.

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Simon Cotterill
from Youtube (youtube)
Girl Footballers (1961)

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from Flickr (flickr)
World War 1 - Football - Blyth Spartans Munition Girls - Munitionette Cup Winners 1918

Pinned by Pat Thomson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
North of England vs Scotland, 1938

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from Hartlepool Museum (flickr)
Cat No. 6383

Pinned by Pat Thomson
from https://en.wikipedia.org/wi...
British Ladies Football Club - 23rd March 1895
- "The North team, March 23, 1895. Standing: Lily Lynn, Honeyball Nettie, Williams, Edwards, Ide. Sitting: Compton, F. B. Fenn, Nellie Gilbert, Smith P., Rosa Thiere, Biggs." Public Domain (copyright expired ...

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Simon Cotterill

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