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Choir Belts Out Feminist Anthem Before Women's World Cup Game

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Choir Belts Out Feminist Anthem Before Women's World Cup Game

Choir Belts Out Feminist Anthem Before Women's World Cup Game

Fans who gathered to watch Sweden take on Chile at the FIFA Women’s World Cup were treated to a roaring rendition of a French feminist anthem at Roazhon Park, Rennes, on June 11.

Footage tweeted by Menilmontant Football Club shows the Compagnie Dicila lead the crowd in singing L’Hymne des Femmes, a French feminist anthem from the 1970s.

Sweden beat Chile 2-0 in the Group F clash.

Credit: @MenilFCfem/Compagnie Dicila-Foule Chantante via Storyful

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