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We’ve teamed up with Arsenal to turn the tables this International Women’s Day.

Women’s football is unrepresented in pubs and bars. Turns out, only 14% of pub patrons have seen a women’s football match at their local in the past year, but the majority said they would like to see the presence of the women’s game increase at pubs - including more matches screened, pub games and memorabilia. Us too!

Introducing our donate-to-play female foosball table.

Hells Lager Vs Pale Ale - Come play a game at Arsenal beer spot The Victoria Tavern in Islington throughout March to support The Fawcett Society.

Play and donate this March.

Join us for a beer and a game at The Victoria Tavern, Islington, N7 8LD.

It costs just £3 to give it a go, and all the money raised will be donated to The Fawcett Society, the UK’s leading membership charity for gender equality, campaigning for gender equality and women’s rights at work, at home and in public life.

We invited down two top Women from Emirates Stadium to be the first to play it - Office Manager, Jo Harney who began working at the club in 1986 , and opponent, Legal Counsel Kelly McAuslan is only two weeks into her new job.

For International Women’s Day last year we teamed up with The Fawcett Society our our local team, Camden Town Ladies FC, to create the ‘Women of Camden’ kit, featuring illustrations of iconic women, including Sylvia Plath, Buchi Emecheta OBE, Dame Barbara Hepworth and Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett GBE. We’re excited to be supporting this great charity again.

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