Team GB's guilty secret revealed: See the women’s football team lip sync to S CLUB 7 in behind-the-scenes Olympic footage
22:33 GMT, 10 August 2012
They may still be reeling from their 2-0 quarter-final loss to Canada, but the Team GB women's football team are not letting the defeat rain on their Games parade.
The 18-strong team gave the world a glimpse of how much they have enjoyed the Olympic experience in a cute and hilarious new video which sees the girls miming and dancing along to S Club 7's Reach anthem.
Since the video hit the web, there have been pages of supportive comments.
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The GB women's football team show their fun side as they bust out the S Club moves
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The video conveys the joys of competing at Olympic level and serves as a fly-on-the-wall documentary into how close the team have become as they've experienced the highs and the lows of the Olympic Games over their four matches.
GB team's star player, Steph Houghton said: 'We had an amazing experience at
the Olympics, so made this video to say thanks to everyone for the
In action: The team have left a lasting legacy and hope that more girls will be inspired
'The Olympics has created an incredible legacy
for women's football and now we plan to build on it by encouraging
everyone to 'reach' and #BeInspired by women's sport.
'We kick-off the
second half of The FA Women's Super League on August 15th and hope
everyone will continue to cheer us on as we return to our local clubs.'
And the fans can't get enough with one YouTube user commenting: 'You wouldn't see Rooney and Stevie G doing that.”
2012 saw the first Great Britain women's Olympic football team represent the United Kingdom at the Olympic Games.
The team's presence at the games drew in a record crowd of 70,584, reached unprecedented TV viewing figures and media coverage – lifting women's football to a new level of awareness.
Despite an early exit, the team plan to use the Olympics to drive a continued legacy for the sport and want to encourage others to #BeInspired.
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