From the smallest to the oldest, the WSS players have protested with sittings during their games in solidarity with the Women’s Soccer Agreement.
This day will be marked in the history of women’s football. It has been the first time that footballers have said enough and a strike in national women’s football has happened.
The strike, indefinite, has been called by the AFE (Association of Spanish footballers), and the ON and UGT footballers’ unions, before the blockade in the negotiations for the collective agreement after 13 months of fruitless negotiations.
In the WSS, this fact hasn’t been ignored, and from the smallest federated players – the Benjamin team – passing through the Alevín, Infantil, Cadete, and Juvenil, all have protested in the form of sitting in solidarity, prior to their matches. Not only the competition teams have adhered to the cause, also in the friendly match between our Academy U14 against Viladecans, the players have protested.
From the WSS we ensure the creation of a Women’s Agreement in the First Division, where basic rights such as the fact of being fired for injury or pregnancy, paid vacations, salary regularization, etc. are collected.
We are committed to a women’s football worthy of all, not only so the future generations compete in deserving conditions, but for our professionals of today as well.