The Lionesses linked arms in a show of support for NWSL players ahead of their 4-0 win over Northern Ireland in a World Cup qualifying game on Saturday. Reports of sexual coercion and emotional abuse have rocked the soccer world, sparking conversations about player safety across the sport.

England went on to dominate Northern Ireland in front of a home crowd at Wembley Stadium behind a hat trick from Beth Mead.

The Canadian national team also showed solidarity with victims of abuse by linking arms with New Zealand players ahead of their game Saturday.