Real Madrid set to have women’s team in Spain’s Liga Iberdrola for 2019-20 season

Real Madrid set to have women’s team in Spain’s Liga Iberdrola for 2019-20 season
Real Madrid are to possess a women’s team in Spain’s Liga Iberdrola next season, in keeping with a report in El Mundo.


President Florentino Perez had antecedently insisted there have been no plans for a women’s team, however the club currently seem to possess modified their stance.

El Mundo claim Madrid can absorb native aspect CD Tacón, recently promoted to Spain’s prime flight, at a value of around €300,000, 




with the turnaround apparently impelled by the growing quality of the women’s game.

That has been evident within the attention gained by the women’s tourney, that is presently going down in France, 

whereas the success of Real’s 2 biggest rivals won’t have gone disregarded at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Atletico Madrid won the Liga Iberdrola last season, whereas Barcelona created it to the Champions League final, losing resolute metropolis. 

Atleti and Barca additionally set a record group action for a women’s match back in March, when 60,739 clothed  to look at their game at the Wanda Metropolitano.




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Tacón (which means that ‘heel’ in Spanish) don’t own their own arena or facilities, 

with the players currently set to coach at Valdebebas, though it’s unclear wherever the house matches can ensue 

and whether or not there’ll be any new additions to the squad this summer. 

According to El Mundo, negotiations are current for months and an officer announcement are going to be created by Real Madrid next week.


Source: Reuters

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