Top-flight female footballers in Spain have agreed to suspend a playing strike after securing an agreement to reopen negotiations over pay, it was announced on Monday.
Almost all the players in Spain's Primera Iberdrola women's league went on strike this weekend, but not everyone did. Maddi Torre of Real Sociedad went to Zubieta all set to play against Barcelona, but no other players from either team turned up. The match, like the rest, was called off.
The Best FIFA Women's Player award winner has been linked with a move to Spain but Megan Rapinoe is unsure over the speculation.
The Dutch national team and Arsenal goalkeeper, Sari van Veenendaal, has won the 'The Best' award for best goalkeeper in the world 2019.
Real Madrid will have a women's team from the 2020-21 season. The Real Madrid members voted overwhelmingly in favour in the club's Extraordinary Assembly. 810 people voted in favour, 44 against and 40 abstained.
From 2020-21, CD Tacon will be renamed Real Madrid Femenino and be Real Madrid's women's team. But, despite the fact there is still a year to go until the name change, Real Madrid's club crest was on the Tacon players' shirts.
Following strong performances at the Women's World Cup, Kosovare Asllani has become the first signing for Real Madrid's women's team.
Real Madrid announced through Twitter that they have agreed to fuse together with Deportivo Tacon to form a first ever Real Madrid women's team.
It seems like Real Madrid Femenino is about to begin. According to a report in 'El Mundo', Real would buy CD Tacon for 500,000 euros, a team from Madrid which has just gained promotion to the Liga Iberdrola this season.
Spain's domination of men's football in Europe may be over but in the women's game it leads the way after a season of unprecedented interest and swelling financial support.