Iberdrola España deploys fan zones in Madrid, Valladolid and Cadiz to experience the World Cup final in the street
- They will be entertainment areas with a giant screen, music, games and prizes.
- Iberdrola has also been installing fan zones in Valencia, Malaga, Madrid and Gijon throughout this competition to cheer on the national team.
Fans of the Women's National Football Team will also be able to continue enjoying Iberdrola fan zones during the World Cup final, this time in the cities of Madrid, Valladolid and Cadiz.
As it has been doing throughout the competition, the company will set up outdoor fan zones for anyone who wants to experience the excitement of next Sunday's match, which will pit the Spanish team against rivals England after beating the Swedes on Tuesday.
Thus, the match against England that La Roja will play at Stadium Australia in Sydney can be followed again from the antipodes on a giant screen, in a day enlivened with music, games and lots of prizes.
The Madrid fan zone will start its activity at 10.00 am and will be located in the Plaza de Felipe II, while the Cadiz one will start at 10.30 am in the Ana Orantes roundabout, and the Valladolid one at 11.00 am in the central promenade of Campo Grande, at the intersection with Acera de Recoletos street. All of them will remain open after the match to celebrate the national team's victory.
Iberdrola España has sponsored the Spanish women's national football team since 2016 and created the hashtag #EllasJueganSoñamosTodos to collect all the messages of support for the team on social networks.
The company was the first to promote women's football, naming the competition Iberdrola Primera División Femenina RFEF since 2016, a nomenclature that changed in 2018 to Primera Iberdrola, until the 2021/22 season.
Now, it continues to exercise its commitment to the professionalisation of women's football by promoting women's football competitions such as the Iberdrola Queen's Cup and the Iberdrola Spanish Super Cup, as well as the Primera Federación Iberdrola.
It 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 100 other competitions. The drive reaches two out of every three federated women in Spain - a total of more than 600,000 sportswomen - and the number of women's licences in the Federations it supports has grown by 36%.