The AFE, concerned about the professionalization of women’s football in Spain

The AFE (Asociación de Futbolistas Españoles) has published a statement in which it is concerned about the situation of the women’s soccer league in Spain. On June 15, the CSD declared the professionalization of the Iberdrola League. However, the footballers’ union has shown its interest “in view of the real situation that the competition is experiencing.”

The AFE understands that “weeks after having announced it, the CSD has not taken the necessary steps to lead this professionalization and that the organization of the competition is real.”

A) Yes, the union considers in the communiqué that “with the league already started, an organizational structure for the professional league has not yet been drawn up, the statutes have not yet been approved and a headquarters has not been set. “While on the other hand, AFE indicates that” we consider it particularly serious that a centralized sale of television rights has not been carried out, which results in little or no visibility of the competition and its great protagonists “.

AFE spoke with representatives of the CSD when the Tokyo Olympics ended. The CSD informed the union that “there was no news about the total professionalization of the Iberdrola League. All the information that AFE has received on this matter has been immediately transmitted to the soccer players.”

The union chaired by Aganzo recalls that “the footballers and AFE, hand in hand, have already done their job a long time ago, for the writing of the first and historical Collective agreement, on which both parties continue to work to improve it. “

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AFE requires that “the CSD that truly and firmly leads the Iberdrola League, that the necessary steps be taken immediately so that the competition is truly professional for all purposes. It is what our colleagues deserve in this attempt to make equality between men and women a reality. “

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