Women's World Cup banner, Lionesses

Will Bindley & Eugene Noble2019

National Football Museum

National Football Museum
Manchester, United Kingdom

A banner produced by artists Will Bindley and Eugene Noble exclusively for the National Football Museum, commemorating the Women's World Cup in France.

National flags are a common sight on the terraces. The artists have used this format to highlight various initiatives to progress opportunities for women in sport.

The #changethechannel campaign will challenge all sports bars and pubs that screened the men’s World Cup last year to show the women’s tournament this year.

'Pourquoi pas les femmes?' is a call for a level playing field for women in sports. It was a slogan famously worn on the shirt of a female runner who entered a men-only race in France in 1975.


  • Title: Women's World Cup banner, Lionesses
  • Creator: Will Bindley & Eugene Noble
  • Date Created: 2019
  • Subject Keywords: women's football, women's world cup
  • Type: Banner

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