Mariupolchanka FC: The women's football team under siege in Ukraine

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As England continue to celebrate their Euro 2022 win, the women of Mariupol FC are simply dreaming of playing together again.
The southern Ukrainian city has endured weeks of relentless bombardment and now many of the city’s 400,000 inhabitants are in mourning.
This is the story of how the self-made professional football team have survived the war.
Edited by Laura Gaynor.
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