PHOTOS Pitchside Report — 16 March 2013


To All Women’s Football Lovers,

When I stared Pitchside Report one of my goals was to bring all our readers more than just news about women’s football. Besides using this site for news, interviews, players blogs, videos, and “getting people inspired” - my goal was to bring great photos to readers.

Your response to all the content we share with you, including those photos, has been so positive that the staff has tirelessly worked to outdo themselves at every chance we have. This means that our staff travels to events and takes time to edit the photos one by one. In case you did not know this means countless hours of work. Each Pitchside Report staff member takes the time and their money to do this without receiving any monetary compensation. There is no one on the staff that gets paid for their work. Their payment comes in being given credit for everything they do.

They are by all means professionals and have enough love and passion for the sport to give Pitchside Report their talent.  Considering the time and money they invest in order for us to be able to share this content with you I respectfully ask you to not post any of their work – to no longer continue to do so. In fact, Pitchside Report will pursue anyone who does not adhere by Copyright Infringement rules. Please do not re-post any of our staff’s work on your own site, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook,  I Heart It, Twitter, etc.

Please allow us to continue to bring you great content by respecting our staff, their time and their talent.

If you have any questions or would like to communicate with me directly I invite you to send me a message: Contact the Editor in Chief

Thank You,

Nell Enriquez
Editor in Chief
Pitchside Report

What is Copyright Infringement?
As a general matter, copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner.


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(5) Readers Comments

  1. Will you start posting a link to the photographers with each posting of their pictures or are all requests for permission to use photos going through Pitchside Report?

    • Hello Diane,

      Thank you for taking the time to read the note and for your continued support of Pitchside Report.

      In reference to permission to use the photos – If you are in direct contact with any of the staff photographers you are certainly welcome to reach out to them on your own. If you are not, please send the request via our contact us page and Pitchside Report will send that request to the photographer on your behalf. It will be up to each individual photographer to make the decision. It will also be up to each of them in what manner to contact you regarding their decision.

      Thank you again for all your support.

      Nell Enriquez
      Editor in Chief

      • Thanks for the information and for the photos.

  2. I just wanted to say thank you for continuing to offer some of the most amazing pictures of our favorite players and doing it all for no compensation. Copyright laws are tricky (I work in marketing) but I appreciate you working hard to value the work of your photographers.

    I continue to look forward to every picture and every post!

    • Hello Bethany,

      I also work in marketing, so I know exactly where you’re coming from.

      We are so glad we have your support and that you enjoy our content.

      We’ll continue to bring everything we can in women’s football news.

      Thank you for all your support. We appreciate readers like you very much.


      Nell Enriquez
      Editor in Chief

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