French Ladies Football Team Aka French Lady… 1922

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    Cardiff, Wales.

    Full titles read: "French Lady Footballers - whose tour is in aid of Rheims Restoration fund- lose first match."

    M/S's of two woman's football teams. Besides traditional football kit they are also wearing woolly hats on head. They look at camera smiling. M/S of the two captains shaking hands around centre circle. Coin is tossed to decide kick-off. Various shots of match in progress. M/S of goal being scored and goalkeeper picking up ball from back of net.

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    British Pathé
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    01:04:47:00 / 01:05:46:00
    G 862
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    G 0862
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  • The game was played on 22 March 1922.

    The French ladies team is called Olympique de Paris. Their opposition are the ladies team of "Dick, Kerr & Co Ltd".

    "M/S of the two captains" - the French captain, on the right, is Violette Gouraud-Morris, who was proficient at many sports, as this attachment will detail......

    jamied 3rd Jun 2012

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