Barcelona women’s media ‘explosion’

The ‘explosion’ in Barça’s women’s records is detected day by day. It’s not just the two packed houses at Camp Nou against Madrid and Wolfsburg, who set two world records for attendance at a women’s football match. Nor in the massive landing where 15,000 ‘culés are expected to travel in the Champions League final in Turin. It also caught the media attention the preview of this final aroused, which was confirmed at the club’s Media Day this Wednesday.

Moreover 50 Spanish media Estadi Johan Cruyff, who will also seek European glory on Saturday, was joined by twice as many people accredited for the Barça basketball team. And not counting the international media, which the press department quotes separately. ‘Sports Illustrated’, ‘Financial Times’, ‘Bloomberg’ or ‘Le Monde’ some of those interested in a phenomenon that transcends borders. Meeting requests accumulate, Alexia PutellasBallon d’Or, captain and symbol of the revolution, most requested.

“It’s impressive, I know firsthand how it’s changed, and that’s how I value every detail and everything we do,” he said. melanie serrano, the most senior of the team, and the one who has gone from being almost stealthy to being over-exposed by the media. “We’re making an incredible change in society, we’re going to Turin with 15,000 fans, that says a lot. All that’s left is for women’s sports to catch up with us.”

“We are here to stay”

“Yes, it’s true that it wasn’t like it is now from when I started, I’ve seen the evolution of this change for the better,” he said. Martha Torrejon, another person who stayed the longest in the locker room. “It’s been a tough but beautiful road. We’re here to stay, people are starting to respect us which is the most important thing and they’re starting to listen to us. You see us more when we win championships”. “Let the press help us, visualize it, I hope it gets better every year, of course much better than when I started,” he praised in front of fifty journalists. In this sense, the defender demanded that an agreement be reached so that all League matches can be watched on television, and also with the agreement of the new professional League.

Fridolina RolföHe could not have imagined the media and public attention that awaited him last summer. “It was a surprise, especially when Camp Nou was sold twice, I didn’t expect it to come here. I knew the level of the team was high, but I was also impressed by the level of the fans. I don’t know that there are that many fans in women’s football,” she said.

Rua and giant screen

If they win on Saturday, Rolfö and his friends will have an experience. street in the streets Barcelona, ​​as island Colau announced this Wednesday in ‘rack 1’.“When we accepted them to celebrate the treble a year ago, I made a promise to them and told them that they deserved this parade because there hasn’t been a single woman so far. I’m particularly excited because so many girls see the sport as their thing. makes you feel like you have to Ladies’ BarcaIn 2013, the women’s Barça paraded with the men after they were declared champions of their league, but now all the spotlight would be on the current continental champions.

The ‘explosion’ in Barça’s women’s records is detected day by day. It’s not just the two packed houses at Camp Nou against Madrid and Wolfsburg, who set two world records for attendance at a women’s football match. Nor in the massive landing where 15,000 ‘culés are expected to travel in the Champions League final in Turin. It also caught the media attention the preview of this final aroused, which was confirmed at the club’s Media Day this Wednesday.

Moreover 50 Spanish media Estadi Johan Cruyff, who will also seek European glory on Saturday, was joined by twice as many people accredited for the Barça basketball team. And not counting the international media, which the press department quotes separately. ‘Sports Illustrated’, ‘Financial Times’, ‘Bloomberg’ or ‘Le Monde’ some of those interested in a phenomenon that transcends borders. Meeting requests accumulate, Alexia PutellasBallon d’Or, captain and symbol of the revolution, most requested.

“It’s impressive, I know firsthand how it’s changed, and that’s how I value every detail and everything we do,” he said. melanie serrano, the most senior of the team, and the one who has gone from being almost stealthy to being over-exposed by the media. “We’re making an incredible change in society, we’re going to Turin with 15,000 fans, that says a lot. All that’s left is for women’s sports to catch up with us.”

“We are here to stay”

“Yes, it’s true that it wasn’t like it is now from when I started, I’ve seen the evolution of this change for the better,” he said. Martha Torrejon, another person who stayed the longest in the locker room. “It’s been a tough but beautiful road. We’re here to stay, people are starting to respect us which is the most important thing and they’re starting to listen to us. You see us more when we win championships”. “Let the press help us, visualize it, I hope it gets better every year, of course much better than when I started,” he praised in front of fifty journalists. In this sense, the defender demanded that an agreement be reached so that all League matches can be watched on television, and also with the agreement of the new professional League.

Fridolina RolföHe could not have imagined the media and public attention that awaited him last summer. “It was a surprise, especially when Camp Nou was sold twice, I didn’t expect it to come here. I knew the level of the team was high, but I was also impressed by the level of the fans. I don’t know that there are that many fans in women’s football,” she said.

Rua and giant screen

If they win on Saturday, Rolfö and his friends will have an experience. street in the streets Barcelona, ​​as island Colau announced this Wednesday in ‘rack 1’.“When we accepted them to celebrate the treble a year ago, I made a promise to them and told them that they deserved this parade because there hasn’t been a single woman so far. I’m particularly excited because so many girls see the sport as their thing. makes you feel like you have to Ladies’ BarcaIn 2013, the women’s Barça paraded with the men after they were declared champions of their league, but now all the spotlight would be on the current continental champions.

Source: Informacion

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