#Primera Iberdrola

Real Madrid Femenino vs. Alaves: Starting Lineups, Time, & How to Watch

Real Madrid Femenino host Deportivo Alaves in the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano with kickoff scheduled for 12:30 p.m. EST (6:30 p.m. CEST). Las Blancas lost to Paris Saint-Germain 2-0 in the UEFA Women’s Champions League midweek. Real Madrid is in a good run of form in Primera Iberdrola. They have won their last three matches and haven’t lost a home league match since September 29 when Las Blancas lost 1-0 to Real Sociedad. Here is the squad list for the match:
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Modernization of stadiums and sports cities and digitization, main destinations of CVC funds for Primera clubs

The 17 clubs LaLiga Santander who signed and approved LaLiga Impulso – Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletic rejected the agreement – are announcing the plans they are preparing to invest the money from the agreement with CVC. The capital injection, pending the signing of the definitive contract with the 39 clubs that did accept, will reach the teams in the coming weeks.
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Betting | A steamroller called Barça

The women’s Barça counts their matches by victory in this 2021/22 season. After ten games in the Iberdrola League and four in the Uefa Women’s Champions League, the blaugrana do not know anything other than winning. The team trained by Giráldez is undisputed leader of the league and has certified...
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Women’s football, against the male’s “toxic cloud”

On September 25, 2020, the then president of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), Irene Lozano, announced with great fanfare that the first division of Spanish women’s football would be considered as professional league starting in the 2021/22 season. A historical milestone, given that until now only the First and Second men’s football and the ACB basketball have this consideration. Months later, on June 15, already with Jose Manuel Franco at the head of Spanish sports, the CSD board of directors ratified the decision unanimously. After a year of struggle, the now called Primera Iberdrola became a professional league. Or not.

Spanish footballers, one step closer to the strike

Silvia Messeguer, Atlético de Madrid footballer and vice president of the Association of Spanish Footballers (AFE), considered this Tuesday that “a strike will have to be made” if the situation of blocking the professionalization of Primera Iberdrola continues denounced by the players in this league and by the union itself.

Ballon d’Or Feminin 2021: Who are the top six women in the current rankings?

The women’s category has a total of 20 candidates, including Sam Kerr, Pernille Harder, and Vivianne Miedema. Megan Rapinoe was the most recent winner, however, she was not among the final picks. Mewis is the only American who has been nominated. On the list are Alexia Putellas, the UEFA Women’s...

Spain's top flight players stage on-field protest in row over women's league

Players in Spain's women's top division began staging 30-second protests at the start of every game this weekend to highlight the delay of the beginning of their professional football league. Players at Atletico Madrid, Real Sociedad and Barcelona were among the clubs playing on Saturday as they declined to play...

Athletic Club: Historic team closing in on UWCL spots

Following our look at the top five Spanish teams, it’s time to focus on another club making waves in the Primera Iberdrola: Athletic Club. Athletic Club belongs to the territorial area of ​​northern Spain. Right now they are fifth in the standings with five victories, one draw, and three defeats against Real Betis, Real Sociedad, and Levante.
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Frauen-Bundesliga coverage in the US available through ata football

Fans of the game at large now have Frauen-Bundesliga coverage in the US. Thanks to ata football, a solid chunk of games from Germany’s top women’s flight. Starting on Friday, Nov. 5, ata football features 34 matches through the rest of the season. This is the first time the Frauen-Bundesliga airs in the United States. Of course, it also represents the further growth of the women’s game outside of the United States. Now, the Frauen-Bundesliga joins the likes of the NWSL, Women’s Super League and the Women’s Champions League with relative ease in the United States.

‘We want to be more than just a streaming platform’: Ata Football’s Esmeralda Negron on growing a women’s soccer community

“As a young player, I didn’t have access to women’s football,” recalls Esmeralda Negron, the co-founder of women’s soccer media company Ata Football. Determined to ensure that the same will not be the case for future generations of women’s soccer fans and players, Negron launched Ata Football last year with a simple goal of making the women’s game more accessible than ever before.

Frauen Bundesliga gets NBC distribution via Ata Football

Frauen Bundesliga gets first-ever formal US broadcast partnership. Ata Football has also brought live WSL, D1 Arkema and Primera Iberdrola to NBC platforms. Women’s soccer media company Ata Football has agreed a new US broadcast partnership with the Frauen Bundesliga, the top flight of German women’s soccer, which will see live games aired via NBC’s digital platforms.

ata football adds Bundesliga games to historic women’s soccer slate

Continuing their historic coverage of women’s soccer, ata football announced Wednesday that it has added Frauen-Bundesliga to the company’s broadcast lineup. Fans of Germany’s top women’s league will now be able to find 34 matches this season live on It’s the latest development in a growing number of league and major broadcast alliances that have increased the visibility of the women’s game. ata football now features games from the FA Women’s Super League, D1 Arkema, Primera Iberdrola and Serie A.