'In reality, we're 100 years behind men's football'

Women's football is '100 years behind men's football in reality', according to England winger Karen Carney.

Speaking in the build-up to the 2019 Women's World Cup, Carney - alongside her England team-mates Toni Duggan, Jade Moore and Georgia Stanway - and Scotland internationals Lana Clelland and Christie Murray, revealed what it was like to grow up in football as a girl.

In Scotland, the number of women and girls playing football has doubled in the last five years with almost 15,000 playing regularly for local clubs.

The English Football Association is currently half-way through a four-year plan to make football the number one sport for girls.

Check out the rest of our girls in football special here:

Girls in football: Vision for equal access to football in schools by 2024

Girls in football: Why a gap in opportunities at academy level?

Girls in football: How to get the same chances as the boys

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