With the start of the 2019 Women’s World Cup just one day away the Women Coaches Advocacy Group reached out to a few of its members to get their thoughts about the 1999 World Cup, the current state of the women’s game, how it has changed since ’99 and how it can still be improved. They also talk about what they’re most looking forward to about this summer’s World Cup and the impact it will have on the women’s game moving forward.

Tania Armellino, Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Plattsburgh State University; Amanda Casares, U13 and U15 Girls Age Group Director for DC Stoddert; and Katie Ely, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at the University of Georgia areĀ featured in the videos below.

Tania Armellino – Plattsburgh State Head Women’s Coach

Amanda Casares – DC Stoddert, U13 & U15 Girls Director

Katie Ely – University of Georgia Assistant Women’s Coach