MADRID, March 8 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The female soccer player in Spain, her history and her successes, stars in the exhibition accessible to all fans that, from this Wednesday until Sunday the 12th, can be visited at the Ciudad del Fútbol of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) in Las Rozas, and which is made up of pieces from the RFEF Museum that is located at its headquarters in the Madrid town.
The trophies achieved, objects as symbolic as the first boots with which the Women’s National Team played, or others related to women’s arbitration, futsal or beach soccer, make up this exhibition that can be seen inside the federation facilities, but outside the museum itself.
Specifically, several information panels are located next to the Luis Aragonés assembly hall, one of the epicenters of the activity of the Ciudad del Fútbol.
The vice president of the RFEF, Elvira Andrés, has invited all fans to visit this exhibition. “It reflects the very important path that women’s football has traveled since its inception and, especially, the successes that our women have given to the sport in this country,” he said.
This exhibition is one of the initiatives that the RFEF has promoted to show its support for Women’s Day. This action is joined by the one already launched last weekend, when the referees refereed the matches with purple whistles.
These whistles will also be used this Wednesday in the Copa de la Reina quarterfinal matches, as well as in the matches of this same competition that will take place on Thursday and Friday.
Likewise, sports journalists have starred in an advertisement, under the slogan ‘Winning has no gender’, which also adds to the RFEF’s commitment to equality and tries to raise awareness, from the world of sports, on this date of 8-M . An awareness that has also been tried to reinforce by ‘dying’ purple both the web, rfef.es, and the different social networks of the federation.