The Women’s World Cup kicked off Thursday in Australia with England being one of the favourites going into the tournament. With the Euros already under their belt, Sarina Wiegmann’s side has already tasted what success can mean for women’s football, but another win at the World Cup could bring even more success.
But what are we defining success as? Winning the tournament is undoubtedly the main aim for any side taking the journey down under, but with women’s football in a period of growth in England, winning the World Cup would only propel the already increasing success. More eyes, more sponsors and longevity of support are the prizes England have their eyes on.