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The Game Changers

Sport has the power to transform people’s lives, both on and off the field and women's sport has the extra ability to knock down barriers and challenge the status quo.

The Game Changers podcast will give you the chance to sit down with some of the biggest names in women’s sport as they talk frankly about their historic careers, what drives them and how they’ve dealt with some of the toughest challenges they’ve faced.

You may be surprised at what you hear – you’ll certainly be inspired.

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The Game Changers podcast: Fearless Women in Sport

Nov 24, 2020

As manager of the Scotland women's team, Shelley Kerr led them to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 2019.

A former Scottish international, Shelley captained Scotland as well as clubs including Kilmarnock and Hibernian. During her playing career she won every domestic honour in Scotland and played in the UEFA Women's Cup. She won 59 caps for Scotland between 1989 and 2008.

As a manager, Shelley gained experience at Kilmarnock, Hibernian and Spartans before taking charge of the Scotland women's under-19 national team in 2009. She gained the UEFA Pro Licence in January 2013, shortly before moving to manage Arsenal Ladies who she led to an FA Women's Cup and Continental Cup double in 2013, and a second FA Cup in 2014.