Bloomsbury Football’s ‘Game Changers’ photography exhibition celebrates London’s young female footballers


Bloomsbury Football has taken over the King’s Cross Pancras Square exhibition space with ‘Game Changers’ – a series of inspiring images that champion the ways in which football can support the capital’s young girls. The exhibition – shot by photographer Millie Noble – is a celebration of the power of football and community.

As part of King’s Cross Outside Art Project, 20 photo boards have been unveiled throughout the site highlighting 16 girls from the Bloomsbury Football community, all aged between 10 and 16. The exhibition focuses on girls around the country who face the stark reality that opportunities and access to the sport remain limited. 

Photographer, Millie Noble, said: “It was an honour to create Game Changers with this inspiring group of girls. I'm a huge believer in everything that this photo series stands for, and I have witnessed first-hand the impact that Bloomsbury Football's work is having on the lives of young people in London.” 

With Game Changers, Bloomsbury Football showcases how removing barriers to football allows girls to enjoy the beautiful game, build their confidence, and learn new skills. This series celebrates community and transforms each player into a role model in their own right. The message is loud and clear: girls belong on the pitch, and everyone is welcome.   

Charlie Hyman, Founder & CEO of Bloomsbury Football, added: “With the Game Changers exhibition, we are showcasing the incredible impact that football is having on the lives of girls in our community. To be celebrating the power of the beautiful game in this iconic location is a huge privilege.”

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