In the wake of the First World War, women’s football flourished alongside the rising workers’ movement. Then an establishment conspiracy took the legs from under it.

Dick, Kerr Ladies,
founded in Preston in
1917. (Topical Press Agency / Hulton Archive / Getty Images)

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