The game of football should be loved by all. It shouldn't come down to age or gender

International Women's Day is a day when we recognise the achievements of women in all walks of life.

This year we have chosen to focus on women in football and tell the stories of three women…and one team!

From the first full-time female coach at a premier league academy to the local girl playing for Wales and the team whose lives and ambitions are being transformed from the grassroots up.

"The game of football should be loved by all. It shouldn't come down to how old we are, how pretty or ugly we are or what gender we are," says Jayne Ludlow, Wales National Team Manager.

"It's about people who have an ability, whether it's the ability to step on the pitch and play or an ability to enthuse others to do it.

Young people need to see that people like themselves, whether they are girls or boys, can achieve their dreams."