Graham, born in Oslo on February 18th, 1995, is the star of the fourth instalment of the series, looking at her career and how she started out in football whilst also showing some of her other pastimes.
'Dare to Play,' produced by Barça Studios, premieres today exclusively on Barça TV +, the club's digital streaming platform, and features an in-depth conversation with the player, combined with videos of her childhood, her career on and off the pitch, and interviews with friends and family -who explain more about her life.
Amongst other anecdotes, Graham reveals that since she was little she has liked playing chess and football, as well as having an interest in both icebergs and planets. The universe continues to interest her and studying it is her hobby outside of sport, which she and her brother got into through their father.
She remembers her first experiences in the game, with a children’s team at age 10, and her arrival at Lyn Oslo at 15 -a team with which she won the Norwegian Cup in the Under-16s category. The forward also gives details about her professional career and her signing for Barça in 2019, her adaptation to the city and the club’s fans. In addition, she remembers as a special moment when the Norweigian national team qualifyied for the 2019 World Cup with the Norwegian national team, after beating the Netherlands.
This fourth instalment of the series follows those starring Jennifer Hermoso, Mapi León and Marta Torrejón, and is available from today on demand in Catalan, Spanish and English on Barça TV+.
The documentary series following Barça players is included in the ORIGINALS content category, available on Barça TV+, which FC Barcelona launched on June 3rd of last year.
The platform is available globally through the club's website and app, and for all devices -PC, tablet, mobile and television through cast technology-, in three languages: Catalan, Spanish and English. Users can find more than 1,000 hours of content and more than 3,000 Barça videos, which can also be enjoyed on demand.