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Introducing SoccerBible Volumes: ‘All Power’ Edition
Landing as the ultimate companion piece to a summer that’s set to be dominated by the women’s game, the Summer ‘22 SoccerBible Volumes: ‘All Power’ edition turns the focus on to female champions – in every respect of the word – with Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas featuring as the cover star.
There has never been a more monumental time for football; equality is being addressed, investment is happening, and female athletes are finally being recognised as the professionals they really are. But to stop there would be to lose any sense of momentum, and so with a huge summer ahead – kickstarting with a tournament set to be played out across England – now is the time to double down on what makes this game so culturally rich. With that message at its heart, the SoccerBible Volumes: ‘All Power’ edition brings together an ensemble of collective minds to celebrate the cultural depth that lives strong in the women’s game, headed up by Ballon d’Or winner and all-round champion, Alexia Putellas.
For women's football the time is right now, and that has never been more apparent than when you look at the lineup contained within these pages, from cover star Putellas to players including Delphine Cascarino, Sara Gama, Beth Mead, Beth England, Georgia Stanway, Barbera Bonansea, Asisat Oshoala, Alessia Russo, Grace Geyoro, Irene Paredes, Jess Carter, Katie Zelem, Lia Walti, Lieke Martens, Sara Daebritz and so many more.
So dive in and immerse yourself in the many powerful stories as we embrace the fact that power doesn’t have to be just physical strength – it can simply come in being humble and working hard in the shadows to be the best that you can be, and it all contributes to how the game is looked at with women as the driving force for creative good.