Women’s football star Anouk Hoogendijk will be the special guest on this week’s Generation Amazing Instagram Live.
The former Ajax player won more than 100 international caps for the Netherlands and represented her country at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Hoogendijk, who won the FA Women’s Cup with Arsenal, will discuss gender equality – a core Generation Amazing value – along with other topics related to women in sport tomorrow at 6pm Doha time.
Ahead of Hoogendijk’s appearance, Generation Amazing will kick off a weekly collaboration with Qatar Children’s Museum today at 4pm, providing young audiences with sports-themed arts and crafts challenges throughout the summer holidays.
Moza al-Mohannadi, Generation Amazing’s Marketing & Communications Director, said: “We are looking forward to this week’s live sessions. Anouk Hoogendijk will provide us with insight on women’s football and gender equality, and our collaboration with Qatar Children’s Museum will provide some much-needed inspiration for younger viewers during their summer break.”
Last week’s programme featured Dutch legend Aron Winter. He spoke about his illustrious career, along with football’s power to unite people and break down cultural barriers.
Winter said: “Sport, but especially football, is so powerful that you can achieve many things, including connecting people all over the world.”
A Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy social and legacy programme, Generation Amazing has reached 500,000 beneficiaries around the world. It aims to positively impact 1 million people via unique football for development training sessions by the time Qatar 2022 kicks off.(Qatar2022.qa)
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