Jess Fishlock: How female athletes are using their platform for social justice
The Game Changers
Professional footballer Jess Fishlock has played in nine countries winning numerous accolades include a UEFA Women’s Champions League winners medal. Wales’ most capped footballer. Jess is the first player, male or female, to reach 100 caps for her country. Off the field Jess is a role model for the LGBTQ+ community. Find out more about The Game Changers here Presented by Sue Anstiss
Jess Fishlock MBE is a professional athlete. She plays professional football. Having played football all over the world and recieved an MBE from The Prince of Wales in 2018, she is also the most capped palyer for her country, wales. Thoroughly enjoyed my chat with Jess. I hope you enjoy listening to it.
This is the one hundred and tenth episode of the Average to Savage podcast featuring Jess Fishlock of the OL Reign. Paul Guarino talked with Jess Fishlock discussing her growing up in Wales, playing in the NWSL, and playing soccer around the world.Follow Jess Fishlockhttps://www.instagram.com/jessfishlock/ https://twitter.com/JessFishlockThis podcast interview with Jess Fishlock was originally recorded on November 5, 2020
This week, Jess Fishlock joins Kickin' Back to discuss her experience at the NWSL Challenge Cup, the uncertainty of the future, and the circumstances that led to her current loan with the WSL club Reading. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's no exaggeration to say Jess Fishlock is a footballing legend. She's Wales' most-capped ever player; she's played around the world, winning the Champions League twice; and in 2018, she was made an MBE for her services to football and the LGBTQ+ community.Jess is rehabbing in the United States at the moment, after suffering an injury to her ACL while playing with her club Reign FC - and it's from her base in Washington that she joins us for this episode of the podcast.On the agenda - her footballing highlights; LGBTQ+ rights at the moment; whether she'd get into management in the future; and how she switches off!We loved having her on the podcast (and have wanted to for a long time!) - and we're really grateful she took the time to make it happen.FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST?Twitter: @JessFishlockWANT TO GET IN TOUCH WITH THE SHOW?Twitter: @jack_murleyEmail: email@example.com
CHAD meets: Jess Fishlock.Dai and Ruth sit down with Wales' most capped footballer of all time, and talk through her brilliant career.We talk about how Jess got into football (thanks to her sister), her early career in the UK before moving to Holland and the impact that had on her as a player and a person. We discuss the other moves in her career which have taken in Germany, Australia and now the US. We discuss her Wales career, her first game and of course the upcoming clash against England as Wales try to make the World Cup for the first time. She tells us how it felt to get an MBE plus our regular child star Seren, gives Jess a few questions too. Jess also gives us her thoughts on what Women's football needs to do to improve and change, plus how much life her international career has left. All in all, Jess gives us a lot of insights on what it's like to be a footballer and was incredibly genuine and honest with her answers over three sittings of discussions! It's a great chat and worth a listen!
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Modern Soccer Coach Podcast
Gary catches up with Seattle Reign and Wales captain, Jess Fishlock. She discusses how she taught herself the game, rebuilding her game in Holland, the best coach she ever had and why, and the challenges today's players face with pressure and social media.
Sounders FC host Steve Zakuani previews the Sounders' match against Sporting Kansas City and the impending return of Sounders midfielder Osvaldo Alonso, while special guests Jess Fishlock and Beverly Yanez from the Seattle Reign stop by to talk about their soccer careers, how they signed with Seattle Reign FC, and much more.
Episode 77: Vera Pauw, Erin Nayler, Dave Edmonson, Laura Harvey, Jess Fishlock
Women's World Football Show
Women's World Football Show, Episode 77 features exclusive interviews with South Africa head coach Vera Pauw; New Zealand Goalkeeper Erin Nayler; London Bees head coach Dave Edmonson; Soundbites from Seattle head coach Laura Harvey and midfielder Jessica Fishlock.