Millie Bobbie Brown, an actress from the series Stranger Things, becomes ambassador of women’s football in the campaign Together #WePlayStrong of the UEFA.
Actress Millie Bobbie Brown has become the latest ambassador the campaign Together #WePlayStrong UEFA. The star of the series Stranger Things joins the UEFA transform the image of women in football and inspire young people to play.
Before the Women’s World Cup of Soccer, which will be held this year in France, UEFA has focused on develop the game from grassroots and to bring more inclusion to the football. Bobbie Brown, fan of Liverpool FC, will try to inspire the young people in the sport.
In the first session, the star binds to a session of soccer skills with a group of girls at Wembley Stadium in London. Dressed with shirt number eight, the of your favorite player, Stephen Gerrard, Bobbie Brown explains that the women’s game deserves as much respect as the men.
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According to the exfutbolista German Nadine Kessler, head of women’s football by UEFA, “Millie Bobby Brown is a a source of inspiration and motivation for many young people all over the world and we are thrilled to have her on the team Together #WePlayStrong. The girls tend to lose interest in football or abandon their studies at the adolescence and to have someone so close to the audience as Millie, who shows them what fun it can be to the football, will help to increase the interest and participation in the game across Europe.”
This collaboration gives UEFA an additional platform to promote Together #WePlayStrong, its first europe-wide campaign, which is part of its five-year strategic plan. The goal is to make football the number one sport for girls and women in all the countries of the continent.