The International Women’s Day It is celebrated again and Argentine soccer joins a stage where the professionalism of the women’s league begins to gain its space and have greater recognition, although far from what happens with the men’s.
On this path, the players, coaches and workers within the institutions they become more and more visible with their claims and the spaces they conquer. For this reason, this day also focuses on the work carried out by all within the clubs, as well as on social rights.
In this 8M, the teams of the Professional Football League decided to acknowledge this message without congratulating women on this day, but rather remember the fight for rights, equality and reflect what this day commemorates once again. Thus, with different publications, messages and connotations, they were published on the networks.
International Women’s Day commemorates and reaffirms the fight for the rights, equality, participation and empowerment of women in all areas in which they develop.
A GREAT CLUB pic.twitter.com/KP8rpQYoY5
– Vélez Sarsfield (@Velez) March 8, 2022
#8M | ������ Today and every day we reaffirm our commitment to a Club aware of the current reality
ALIVE AND FREE EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR! ��♀️ pic.twitter.com/pxHppRQwmk
– Rosario Central (@RosarioCentral) March 8, 2022
This #8M we do not celebrate or say happy day, today is a day of struggle and vindication. For those who are, for those who are no longer and for those who are in danger.
March 8, International Women’s Day. pic.twitter.com/OatMdxYqMy
— Newell’s Old Boys (@Newells) March 8, 2022
This #8M, we once again vindicate the struggles of women and dissidence for equal rights. In line with our values and our history, from the Club we will continue to advance towards the construction of a more democratic society with equal opportunities for all pic.twitter.com/xPtCNGcXDN
– Students of La Plata (@EdelpOficial) March 8, 2022
International Working Women’s Day, a date that is not celebrated or celebrated: it is commemorated.
From Club Lanús we vindicate your fight to win rights, achieve full equality and definitively eradicate gender violence. pic.twitter.com/NFR9q18F7W
– Club Lanús (@clublanus) March 8, 2022
March 8: International Working Women’s Day ✊����.
Today we commemorate this day by accompanying the struggle of women and dissidents for equality, recognition and the effective exercise of their rights… pic.twitter.com/dGxymdpUgJ
– Club Atlético Colón ⭐ (@ColonOficial) March 8, 2022
March #8 | International Women’s Day ��✊��
Committed to the collective struggle carried out by women, raising the flags high for equal rights, treatment and opportunities. pic.twitter.com/RYyBYRJ2b4
– Union Athletic Club (@clubaunion) March 8, 2022
#8M: we join the awareness campaign carried out by the @LigaAFA together with @RedSolidariaOK
We are still looking for 140 women who have not yet returned home. If you can provide data, contact 1149159470, their families continue to wait for them. pic.twitter.com/dGr2FgBlxg
— Club Atl. Aldosivi (@clubaldosivi) March 8, 2022
Happy is going to be the day that they have to stop notifying that they arrived safely.
At Arsenal we support the struggle of women for a more egalitarian and violence-free society. ��#Women’s Day #8M. pic.twitter.com/OWBvq5Q5G7
– Arsenal Football Club (@ArsenalOficial) March 8, 2022
��️ March 8 – INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
Because we were, are and will be fighters and because we will continue to make history ���������� pic.twitter.com/7SOaMDmVi2
– Club Godoy Cruz (@ClubGodoyCruz) March 8, 2022
#8M2022 / Today we do not celebrate or say happy day, we accompany and fight for rights and equality.
We honor all our Warrior women! pic.twitter.com/wLkYK1IUYk
– Athletic Club Sarmiento (@CASarmientoOf) March 8, 2022