Free entry to the women’s soccer show in competition

DOZENS of soccer balls are being hidden across town as an art gallery gives people a chance to attend an exhibition for free.

Around 50 specially designed balls will be placed in areas of sporting interest and common areas in Brighton and Hove for people to discover.

The prize, if you find one, is free entry to the Goal Power exhibition at the Brighton and Hove Museum and Art Gallery.

The Argus: Jasmyn Fraser and Lucy Finch, right, hide the soccer balls around townJasmyn Fraser and Lucy Finch, right, hide the soccer balls around town

Goal Power is a celebration of the women who dedicated their lives to the ‘beautiful game’ and made it as popular as it is today.

Jody East, who curated the exhibition, said: “It’s been a wonderful summer for women’s football so far.

“We want everyone to be able to try football, whether they have played before or not.

“Look for our footballs and try them, then come and see our fantastic exhibition dedicated to the pioneers of women’s football who changed the game throughout history.”

Anyone who discovers a ball should take it to the gallery or take a selfie and present it at the entrance.

The competition, which starts today, is also intended to encourage participation and cheering.

England have made it to the Women’s Euros final after beating Sweden in a four-to-zero thriller at Bramall Lane on Tuesday.

The Argus: The Women's Super League TrophyThe Women’s Super League Trophy

The England squad are enjoying an excellent run of games, with perhaps their most notable game earlier in their season at the Amex being a 8-0 defeat of Norway in the spotlight.

England’s hosts scored six goals in the first half, with Georgia Stanway converting a 12th-minute penalty and three minutes later Lauren Hemp, followed by braces from Ellen White and Beth Mead.

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The demolition work was watched by a crowd of 28,847, from whom shouts of ‘Football is coming home’ erupted from various quarters as England’s unbeaten run under coach Sarina Wiegman was extended to a 16th game with a 14th win.

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