Australia has embraced the tournament in spectacular fashion – and it could prove gamechanging
The drumbeat of the Euros was barely noticeable in England, background noise to the hustle and bustle of life, before growing louder and louder until it reached a climax when the Lionesses triumphed over Germany to win a first major tournament last year.
Public consciousness of the Euros was earned; each kick of a ball, each victory, turned attentions to the players, the teams, the jeopardy.
Written by Suzanne Wrack in Sydney
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