A DAY THAT SHOULD BE EVERY DAY
FCBN and the Spanish football add to the International Day of the Woman
Published:8/03/2020 - 12:14h
Updated:9/03/2020 - 00:02h
FCBN, to the equal that a lot of other media in communion with the big clubs of the Spanish football, has added this Sunday to the celebration of the International Day of the Woman
This Sunday 8 March celebrates the International Day of the Woman, and the Spanish football has wanted to join to the celebration with the messages published in the social networks by his main clubs. From 'FCBN' also second this particular movement, that claims the equality in all the terrains between men and women, although the ideal would be that this practice carried out every day.
Although it is true that along the last years has advanced a lot in the fight by the equality in the sport, still remain a lot of steps for giving so much in the professional football as in the rest of disciplines. This season have been able to see some stops in the First Feminine Division because of the strike of footballers, seconded by the AFE, after more helps and better wages for the professionals of the feminine football Spanish.
Along the next years, pretends achieve a greater participation of the woman in the sport; greater feminine presence in organs of government and also in the taking of decisions, in addition to in the technical field (trainers, sportive leaders or referees).
Already it has gone putting the patito in this appearance, and in the First Spanish Division already can see to judges of line and presidents of clubs. Still it is not sufficient, however, and is necessary to follow working to boost the equality and, especially, a greater visibility of the woman in all the estamentos of the professional sport Spanish.
The Spanish football dumps with the woman
To continuation reproduce some of the messages that have published the clubs of First and Second Division in relation to the International Day of the Woman, between them the one of the FC Barcelona, and that have spread through the social networks in the last hours:
⚽️ Referees and players, coaches and managers, journalists and fans – what we all have in common is our ❤️ for football.— The IFAB (@TheIFAB) March 8, 2020
And the beautiful game would not be the same without women🌹
🎉 We wish you To Happy Women's Day and we thank you for your passion and commitment to football! pic.twitter.com/brvu1xkjlj