Barcelona Femeni: July 7 Latest Club & International News

The Barcelona Femeni has seen a remarkable surge in their financial performance, generating €7.8 million from sponsors, marking a staggering 95% increase compared to the previous season and thanks to 9 partnerships which include Bimbo, Heura Foods & GLS.

In addition to their sponsorship revenue, the team earned €2.7 million from sporting achievements and ticket sales, further highlighting their success on and off the field.

The growth of women’s clothing sales has been remarkable with a surge of 275%. This indicates the increasing popularity and demand for Barcelona Femeni merchandise, reflecting the growing interest in the Catalan team and women’s football as a whole.

Exciting Friendly Match Against Club América Femenil: the team is set to participate in a friendly match against Club América Femenil at the iconic Estadio Azteca in Mexico this summer. While the date and time are yet to be defined, fans eagerly await this exciting clash between the football teams.

Switching gears to recent matches, the Spanish national team secured an impressive 2-0 victory over Denmark. Ona Batlle and Salma Paralluelo scored both goals and displayed their goal-scoring threat, contributing to the team’s success. The starting lineup for Spain included talented Barça Femení players such as Laia Codina, Aitana Bonmatí, Alexia Putellas, Salma Paralluelo, Mariona Caldentey, and the newly signed Ona Batlle. Cata Coll, Irene Paredes, and Maria Pérez were on the bench, showcasing the depth and quality of Barça Femení’s representation at the international level.

In other news, Ana Crnogorcevic represented Switzerland in a friendly match against Morocco, which ended in a goalless draw.

While Fridolina Rolfö, who recently recovered from a knee injury, expressed her readiness to compete in the upcoming World Cup.

Fridolina Rolfö on her knee injury: “I’m not quite 100% but good enough to play in the World Cup” @fotbollskanal

On the team front, FC Barcelona and Nuria Rábano have reached an agreement to terminate her contract, signaling a new phase for both parties.

According to reports from Esport3 Barça Femení will not be playing their Champions League matches in Montjuïc next season, as the club is exploring alternative stadiums in Catalonia.

More positive news for the players as Ana Crnogorcevic has been called up for Switzerland’s World Cup squad.

Promising Prospects and Renewal Talks: The young Giulia Dragoni, at just 16 years old, has been called up for Italy’s World Cup squad, indicating her immense talent and potential. Meanwhile, Joan Laporta, President of FC Barcelona, expressed optimism about the contract renewal of Alexia Putellas, highlighting that the club is on the verge of reaching an agreement. These developments bode well for the future of Barça Femení, as they continue to nurture promising talents and retain key players for the seasons to come.

The success and exciting developments surrounding Barça Femení serve as a testament to the team’s growing stature and the rising prominence of women’s football. Fans eagerly anticipate the upcoming updates and eagerly support the players as they prepare with their respective countries for World Cup.

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