The Offside Rule Podcast Joins Sky Sports For Women's World Cup Coverage

Posted by samyomsan on August 7th, 2023


Sky Sports will feature award-winning football podcast The Offside Rule as part of their daily World Cup coverage in Australia and New Zealand, beginning Thursday July 13th with episodes beginning with former Lionesses joining hosts Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay and streaming services after every fixture.

France obstructing at the breakdown

The Offside Rule football podcast returns with daily episodes dedicated to the Women's World Cup! Hosted by three experienced lasses Lynsey Hooper, Kait Borsay, and Hayley McQueen; their expert analysis will include former Lionesses as well as international stars of the game who will appear. Each day's matches at Australia and New Zealand tournament will be available via podcast streaming services for streaming purposes following each match day at this tournament.

Offside Productions Media's podcast launched in 2012 has quickly become one of the first stakeholders in sports audio's booming audio market. Over time it has won numerous awards and earned a solid reputation, garnering reviews in The Guardian and Vogue as well as winning Podcast of the Year twice from Since 71. Additionally to pre-recorded content they also produce custom football content for brands like HTC and SSE as well as hearing directly from players and experts as well as celebrating big moments with fellow fans!

Scotland kick to touch

Hogg tackled Youngs from offside position but was penalised. Russell then delivered a crossfield kick that Steyn couldn't catch and score his try.

After several phases, England make their move wide through Malins who attempts to ground the ball in-goal but Farrell misses his conversion, giving Scotland an early lead before their posts.

The Offside Rule was the first daily podcast covering every match at the Women's World Cup when it premiered in 2015 and since has become an established source for football coverage. Hosted by Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay and co-produced with Sky Sports, The Offside Rule has won multiple awards and become a respected voice within football coverage. Subscribe on Podchaser or follow The Offside Rule on Twitter for coverage you can trust!

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France are called for offside

France had held on until the 71st minute despite their early dominance of play due to an outstanding defensive effort from Scotland's Duhan van der Merwe. Spiralling from deep, Van Der Merwe took control of the ball before throwing a pass that allowed Baptiste Couillard to sprint over the line with ease.

However, that play was controversial because it seemed as though Van der Merwe had caught Inaki Williams offside. However, the rules of offside are complicated and there may be certain exceptions, such as when one team is playing their own half and passing backwards and controlling where it goes (known as cutting back).

What would have avoided this review is had Conger immediately blown for full-time after restarting play rather than permitting play to resume; per VAR protocol, reviews may only occur once play has resumed and referee has allowed restart.

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England score

England are pressing hard again; Mason Mount chasing after a long ball and running into Hernandez at Borussia Dortmund midfielder. Hernandez strikes the ball towards goal but Lloris makes an outstanding save to keep out.

England have an opportunity to equalise, but Desire Oparanozie squanders her effort wide of the target. Chloe Kelly then scorer one goal past Mary Earps and give England an early advantage in this shootout.

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At this stage of a World Cup knockout tie, every margin counts. England were on the verge of beating a major nation at home for the first time since Euro 96 and achieving football immortality but they fell short in their attempt. Kane's penalty miss was devastating but their team can take solace from how well they responded and how hard they fought to overcome it.

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