Women leaders gather in Miami to analyze the game’s growth
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Displaying their passion for football, the region’s female leaders convened at the CONCACAF headquarters in Miami last month to discuss advancement strategies.

Representatives from Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, Costa Rica, Grenada, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, the United States and the US Virgin Islands were present to examine ways of growing the women’s game. The two-day meeting covered topics such as inclusion, development and roles of female leadership.

Ana Rabell, a Puerto Rican Football Federation executive member, speaks about issues facing women’s football, emphasizing the important efforts being undertaken by CONCACAF to continue promoting the game.


Ana Rabell speaks on Issues in Women’s Football

Malaika Church, general secretary of the Grenada Football Association, speaks on the necessity of women having a management presence in football, addressing local issues and accentuating potential.


Malaika Church speaks on Development of Women’s Football