Let’s talk about women’s football. Why do some believe that it is at the same level as men? : football

    I just saw this video:

    And the first point of her video, was that women’s football is worse then men’s cause the women’s football has been around for a smaller amount of time. Now how does that make sense, she is saying this like women’s football is a different sport or something, aren’t the same tactics involved in both genders? Women’s football literally started 1895, the oldest female player is 44, so can somebody explain to me what she’s trying to prove? Every female football player that plays professionally has had the same opportunity as a man to play football.

    Maybe I got this all wrong, but can someone explain to me what she Is trying to prove.

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