Sunday was International Women's Day, which celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
Premier League clubs marked the event, highlighting the female coaches, players and participants who have been given opportunities to develop their skills in the game.
Find out more about the female role models at the Premier League clubs by watching the videos below.
Coaches, administrators and community programme leads explained how they started working for the Hornets and gave tips for other women who want to work in the industry.
Reds players of all ages revealed what playing the game they love means to them.
Male and female Spurs players talked about which women inspire them the most and disclosed some of the best advice they have been given.
Young Toffees supporters met some of the many female figures who work at the club to find out more about their roles.
The Saints Foundation highlighted the work it carries out all year round in the local community to engage female participants in programme such as walking football and Premier League Kicks.
Arsenal in the Community showcased how it is supporting participants on and off the pitch through its PL Kicks Girls programme.
Proud to celebrate #InternationalWomensDay today 🙌— Arsenal Community (@AFCCommunity) March 8, 2020
Through funding from @LondonMarathon we have expanded our @PLCommunities #PLKicks Girls scheme ⚽️
We are supporting girls on and off the pitch, working closely with @BrandonCentre 🔴⚪️🤝
Thanks @louise_quinn4 @Manu_Zinsberger 👊 pic.twitter.com/j7tnZpsXY8
City promoted their Same City, Same Passion campaign, which showcases that women's football and men's football share the same skill, motivation and highs and lows.
United celebrated the female players who are inspiring a new generation to get involved in the game.