Iberdrola España has set up a 'Fan zone' in Valencia, Madrid and Malaga to support the women's national team in the World Cup
- • Iberdrola España will be inviting guests to share in the excitement of the three-group stage matches in these three cities.
The Australia and New Zealand Women's World Cup kicks off today and tomorrow the Spanish national team will make its debut in the tournament against Costa Rica at 9.30am in the New Zealand city of Auckland.
Iberdrola Spain wants football fans to be able to experience this football event, which will take place in the antipodes of our country, with the greatest of emotions and, to this end, will open three fan zones coinciding with the qualifying matches on 21, 26 and 31 July.
They will be located outdoors in emblematic places in the cities of Valencia, Malaga and Madrid, where football fans will be able to follow the match on a giant screen, share a breakfast, take part in activities, win prizes and, of course, send all their energy to the Spanish team.
The first stop of this tour will take place tomorrow from 08.30h at the train station in the city of Valencia, with live reactions on Twitch from the most relevant national streamers, such as Gemita, who will live this festive moment accompanied by an exceptional guest, the footballer Virginia Torrecilla, ready to send all the energy in the world to her teammates.
The María Zambrano train station in Malaga will be the chosen venue for the next event on 26 June, when the Spanish team will face Zambia in the second day of the group stage, and the central Plaza de Callao in Madrid will host the fan zone on 31 July to experience the excitement of the match between Japan and Spain.
Iberdrola, a group of which Iberdrola España forms part, has been the main sponsor of the Spanish women's national football team since 2016. #EllasJueganSoñamosTodos is the hashtag chosen by the company to bring together all the messages of support for La Roja.
The company was the first to promote women's football, naming the competition Iberdrola RFEF Women’s First Division in 2016. Later, in 2018, it was renamed Primera Iberdrola (Iberdrola First Division), until the 2021/22 season.
With the professionalisation of women's football, the company continues to exercise its commitment through the promotion of women's football competitions, such as the Iberdrola Queen's Cup and the Iberdrola Spanish Super Cup, as well as the Iberdrola First Federation.
Iberdrola is also the main promoter of women's sport in our country. It supports 32 national sports federations, gives its name to 32 top-level leagues and another 100 competitions. The drive reaches more than 600,000 sportswomen, two out of every three federated women in Spain, and the number of women's licences in the Federations it supports has grown by 36%.