The UEFA Women's Euro 2022 tournament was a game changer! England beat Germany after extra time in front of 87,000 fans in Wembley, with millions more watching on TV.

Now, it's time to get behind the Girls in Green! They are in a World Cup Play-off!! #COYGIG

Check out these ten specially-commissioned films from RTÉ Kids where we meet some amazing girls who won't let anything stop them playing the sport they love.

Press play up top and you can watch them all right now!

Meet the girls...

  • Madison (12) plays for Sheriff Girls in Dublin's north inner city. She is profoundly deaf but she won't let anything stop her playing the sport she loves.
  • Ellie (14) from Comber in County Down is proud to call herself a Northern Ireland international in Powerchair Football and she plays with Lightning PFC.
  • Kyra (9) is from Summerhill in Dublin. She just loves soccer. Her favourite day of the week is Friday, or as she calls it, "soccer day", when she practices hard and makes herself happy.
  • Dana (12) and Nika (14) are sisters who had to leave their home in Ukraine because of the war. They now live with a family in Ireland along with their Mum.
  • Aoife (11) from County Donegal loves to have a kickabout every evening after she’s helped her Grandad feeding the sheep.
Neah plays with Bohemian's Girls.
  • Ella Mae (11) is a goalkeeper from Raheny in Dublin. She loves nothing better than stopping goals. During Covid lockdowns her family had to isolate to protect her brother Jack.
  • Fatimah (12) is from Saudi Arabia but has recently moved to Ireland with her parents. She's from a strong footballing family. Fatimah grew up practicing her skills from a young age.
  • Mya (9) is from Belfast had her prosthetic leg wrapped to support the Northern Ireland team in the UEFA Women’s Euros 2022.
  • Nell (10) lives in the Donegal Gaeltacht. Speaking as Gaeilge, Nell tells us that she loves football and plays for Gweedore Celtic girls team.
  • Neah (8) is from Phibsborough in Dublin and plays for her local team - Bohemians’ Girls. She is taking after her father, who was a soccer player in India.