The competition will host a discussion panel with Pedro Malabia, FIFA Women competition director, and Martina Olivas, La Liga Women League manager
The relevance of women in the football is rising fast and the interest from the public is getting bigger last years. Spain, one of the main “soccer countries” is being part of this phenomenal.
The latest new in this scenario is a new women tournament born to be one of the main reference in the Spanish football. The tournament, called “1st WOMEN SOCCER TOURNAMENT – SPF VILLA DE EL PUIG” is promoted by Spanish Pro Football Academy and his main difference is based in the complementary events besides the games will be held around the tournament.
Special note for the discussion panel will held March 22nd at 19:00 in the Culture House of El Puig, where is schedule an interest evening with some relevant names of the women football in Europe like:
- Pedro Zamora (COPE SPORTS radio journalist)
- Martina Olivas (La Liga Women Director)
- Pedro Malavia (Women Competition Manager for FIFA)
- Quino García (Coach Levante UD Women)
- Jesús Oliva (Coach Valencia CF Women)
A really interesting event that shows the relevance for the women soccer in Spain.
Regarding the sport aspect, the tournament will host three categories; U11, U13, U15 and amateur who will complete a minimum of five matches on its category with; three matches pair group, two semifinals and the final.
The women teams of Valencia CF, Levante UD, UD Aldaia CF, Mislata CF,…have confirmed their participation and secures an interest sporting level for this tournament, which can be a notorious item in the women football season.