“In Nigeria, no one gives you anything, especially if you are a female footballer. If you want to do something, if you want to achieve anything that society doesn’t expect, then you have to go out there and find a way to do it.”
@asisat_oshoala didn’t wait for her dreams to come to her. She seized them for herself.
“Believe in yourself so much that other people can’t help but believe in you too.”
@julieertz recalls the spirit that took her and the @USWNT to the title in 2015. This year she holds the same belief again.
Nobody told her she couldn’t. But then again, nobody told her she could.
@nikesb pays homage to @elissa_steamer’s contribution to women’s skateboarding, blazing the trail and inspiring generations for more than 25 years.
Explore Elissa’s story at NikeSB.com
"I can honestly say that I do not take a single second of this experience for granted, especially now."
From spectator in ’99, to World Champion in 2015, @mrapinoe knows what it takes to achieve her dream. Now four years on, she’s dreaming again.
“Because of what I’ve been through and because of how far I’ve gotten, I hope that a little boy or a little girl can look at me and say ‘Hey, she's there so why can't I be there too?’”
@bun_bun10 knows that adversity will always be an obstacle in the pursuit of greatness. Now she wants to encourage the next generation to never give up on their dreams 🇯🇲
“Many people tried to stop me from growing and living my dream, but I was stronger than anything.”
@andressaalves9oficial has never stopped fighting to realize her dream. Now a leading figure for one of the game’s most iconic nations, she can make that dream a reality.
“I wanted to pioneer the way for Korean players everywhere.”
Five years after becoming the first South Korean to play in England’s top division, @ji_soyun10 has established herself as an integral leader for both club and country. Now she’s out to write history once again.