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Arsenal ace Katie McCabe becomes the world’s first athlete for women’s football brand Miss Kick


Arsenal and Republic of Ireland star Katie McCabe has signed with womenswear company Miss Kick as the first marquee ambassador.

Founded by former Manchester City and Liverpool player Grace Vella, Miss Kick is a movement to represent women’s sport and create social change in football and society in general.

Katie McCabe became the first athlete to represent Miss Kick
Miss kick

Giving women around the world credibility and confidence in the sport they love, the clothing brand has grown rapidly since its launch in 2018 and has now named McCabe to be the star of the initiative.

Thrilled to have become an Ambassador, McCabe said, “I was really excited when I heard about the values ​​of the brand and how passionate Grace is about Miss Kick.

“I saw myself in it, especially with the inclusion of girls in football. When I was growing up there was never anything like it, you wore men’s clothes, men’s shirts. So for Miss Kick and Grace to enter and establish themselves in the market is fantastic.

As the youngest captain of the Republic of Ireland and a pioneer in Arsenal’s first team, the 26-year-old is an active face in the growth of women’s football – partnership goes hand in hand.

Arsenal ace Katie McCabe becomes the world’s first athlete for women’s football brand Miss Kick
McCabe spoke of his enthusiasm for the deal
Miss kick

“Grace knows the struggles we sometimes have as women in football and she gives young girls the chance to be a part of something. The work they do in the community is fantastic,” said McCabe.

“As a professional footballer and in a team like Arsenal and representing the Republic of Ireland, you have a duty of care to young players. You have to be a role model in a way and I think with Miss Kick it’s something different, it’s daring and that’s why I really wanted to be a part of it.




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