Iberdrola presents the campaign to support the Spanish Women’s National Women’s Football Team, “SOMOS LA ROJA. SOMOS EL VERDE”

It includes a 3×3 mixed football event. The winners will travel to England with Iberdrola to cheer on the Spanish Women’s National Women’s Football Team at the European Championship • Madrid, Malaga and Bilbao have been the metropolises chosen to hold these tournamentsIberdrola presented this autumn in Madrid its crusade to support the Spain Women’s National Football Team,” SOMOS LA ROJA. SOMOS EL VERDE”( “ We’re the red. We’re the green ”), in an event hosted by intelligencers Lourdes García Campos and Nira Juanco.” SOMOS LA ROJA. SOMOS EL VERDE” was created with the end of creating a movement of support for the Spanish public platoon ahead of the European Championship, bringing this competition closer to society, as well as raising the profile of the women’s public platoon as part of the drive for equivalency that the company has been promoting since 2016. The event was attended by top- position footballers similar as Virginia Torrecilla, Laia Aleixandre, Amanda Sampedro, Lola Gallardo, Sheila García, Maitane López and Nahikari García. Also present were Iberdrola’s Brand, Advertising, Media and Sponsorship Director, Juan Luis Aguirrezabal, and Rubén Rivera, Marketing Director of the Royal Spanish Football Federation.” SOMOS LA ROJA. SOMOS EL VERDE” is an action promoted by Iberdrola, main guarantor of the Spanish Women’s National Women’s Football Team, to shoot our players the support and energy of the suckers ahead of the final phase of the European Championship, which will be played coming July in England. Despite the difficulty of the group stage- Finland, Germany and Denmark- all the players present at the event agreed that” this is Spain’s moment”, and that the growth and maturity shown in recent times” will help the platoon to present its credentials and fight for the international title”. A amicable response that was also repeated when it came to relating those responsible for this gradational growth and which, according to the protagonists, responds to a” combination of veritably positive circumstances the progression of the Primera Iberdrola, the part of the clubs and the support of Iberdrola”. They also took the occasion to point out that they no longer need to look for references in men’s football as they’ve” their own references, similar as the recent winner of the Ballon D’Or and Iberdrola minister, Alexia Putellas, commodity that’s repeated, fortunately, in all positions and posts”. TRIP TO ENGLAND FOR A SPAIN MATCH The” WE ARE THE RED. WE ARE THE GREEN” crusade is grounded around a 3×3 football event for girls and boys progressed between 9 and 13 times old, whose champion will admit the prize of a trip to England, accompanied by an grown-up, to watch a match of the Spanish public platoon in the first phase. This will be repeated in the three events planned Malaga, Madrid and Bilbao, on the alternate, third and fourth weekends of June, independently. In this way, the company aims to promote equivalency from an early age. In all cases, reference spots have been chosen that are easy to pierce and largely visible to suckers. In addition to the event, other recreational conditioning are planned, always motivated by the forthcoming competition of the Spanish National Women’s Football Team in England. IBERDROLA, A Colonist IN PROMOTING SPORT FOR WOMEN Promoting women’s sports has come a crucial switch for Iberdrola and for the creation of real equivalency between men and women, one of its core values. In 2016, Iberdrola came the first company to make a establishment and global commitment to equivalency and the commission of women through sport. The company presently supports 32 coalitions slimnastics, triathlon, rugby, canoeing, badminton, football, handball, volleyball, hockey, table tennis, calisthenics, karate, boxing, surfing, ice sports, fencing, aquatic conditioning, bowling, downtime sports, toning, judo, Olympic wrestling, mountaineering and climbing, swimming, skating, pelota, rowing, squash, taekwondo, tennis, archery and sailing. It also gives its name to 32 leagues, all of them at the loftiest position, and to 100 other competitions with namingright.Reducing the gender gap in sport is a commitment to women’s equivalency through excellence and translates into an important reference point for girls, from their practice of physical exertion and sport at all situations of the education system, to show them that the path to allied and high- performance sport is also possible for them.