Argentina women's football team fighting for equality

While the 2018 World Cup is focusing all of Argentina on Russia, the women's football team struggles for the same level of support domestically, both from fans and the national football association.


    For Argentinians, football is a national passion.

    All eyes have been on the men's team at the World Cup, as they fought to make it out of their group.

    But as Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires, players in the women's team are caught up in a battle of their own, for equality.


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