Bring it on! Iberdrola lends its name to the women's football league and sponsors the national team
The rise of Spanish women's football is unstoppable: our league attracts some of the world's best players, attendance at grounds is increasing and television audiences are soaring. Find out why Spanish football is in fashion.
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Iberdrola has launched FutbALL, a new podcast allowing you to experience women's football. Presented by journalist Alejandro Pecci, it is the first podcast ever to focus on news about the women's football competitions sponsored by Iberdrola.
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Women's football returns to competition. The 2020/2021 season of Primera Iberdrola started on Saturday 3 October with new features. Come know them.
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GamHer is the first women's on-line tournament with players from Primera Iberdrola (First Division). Organised by the Royal Spanish Football Federation and promoted by Iberdrola, this championship aims to raise funds to donate personal protective equipment to healthcare workers through the Doctors of the World NGO.
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Iberdrola has renewed its support for all competitions in this sport until the 2024/2025 season and will give its name to the maximum national competition — Primera Iberdrola — and to the second division — Reto Iberdrola —. It will also boost the Queen's Cup and the Spanish Super Cup.
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Iberdrola wishes to infect everyone with its commitment to sustainability wherever it operates and has decided to help in making the Spanish Women's Football Team the first Sustainable Squad.
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The match between Atlético de Madrid Women and Fútbol Club Barcelona gathered 60,739 spectators at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in 2019, making it the club match with the highest attendance in the world.
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Iberdrola, recognised at the World Football Summit gala for its work and promotion of women's football
The World Football Summit presented the 'Best Women's Football Initiative' award to Iberdrola "for its outstanding and important contribution" to the development and growth of women's professional football.
She went to the USA when she was just 18 years old so she could combine her studies with a professional sporting career. She is the first female Spanish footballer to be selected for the US soccer DRAFT, and is taking part in her second World Cup with the Spanish team.
Amanda Sampedro has won three leagues and one Copa de la Reina with Atlético de Madrid Féminas, where she always dreamt of playing. She made her first-team debut at the age of 15, becoming captain three years later. She is also one of the captains of the national squad, which she joined in 2013, and a great ambassador for women's football.
Atlético Madrid Women lifted the Iberdrola League title for the third year in a row in 2019. Atlético demonstrated their position as the most consistent team in a season in which Spanish women's football twice beat match attendance records.
More than 4,100 football players from 45 different countries pre-selected the 55 candidates of the 2017 Women's World XI. A jury selected the 11 top football players, which included a Spanish player for the first time in history: Irene Paredes.
The midfielder is one of the leading players of the Primera Iberdrola women's football league. For the third year running, the team was on the verge of winning the double. The aim for the coming year: to continue striving in search of excellence.
The U-17 World Cup played in India between the 6th and 28th of October, 2017 made history by being the first to include seven female assistant referees.