The La Liga Foundation is working for gender equality and visibility

Today, on International Women’s Day, women and girls from around the world who are participating in the La Liga Foundation project are sending a message of hope to society. To protect equal rights and opportunities and to strengthen the role of women in sports.

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Nearly 2,500 girls from around the world have already participated in a variety of workshops, activities and sports competitions, improving their confidence and self-esteem as well as their social skills and knowledge of the sport, quality of life as a vehicle for their advancement through football.

Similarly, 134 coaches and 10 referees have received specific training in El Salvador, Jordan, India, Cameroon and Uganda among other countries to open up their future opportunities and empower women in sports.

In Spain, we inculcate values ​​in young girls through the Futura Hobby Educational Project; Raising awareness of equality from an early age is one of the main themes of this program. Also, La Liga Genuine Santander is an inclusive and progressive league in the world for people with intellectual disabilities; 77 players over the age of 16 participated.

Olga de la Fuente, director of the La Liga Foundation“Gender equality is a key goal for us and because of this, we work towards strengthening women’s role and their professional performance in sports, empowering women and girls to achieve full integration in society.”

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