Cambrils Unió is one of the incipient projects of provincial women’s football. An entity that made a firm commitment to women’s football two seasons ago and that wants to make history and achieve its second promotion in a row. This year they are newly promoted in the First Catalan League, but this poster has not weighed them down and they reach the final stretch of the season with all the options intact to fight for promotion.
They have it in their hands because they are second, with 60 points to three behind Ribes with 57, and they trust that this position will serve them through the system of compensated promotions that the new category of 3rd RFEF can implicitly bring, one above First National . “Today there is nothing official, but it is true that a strong run runs through the world of women’s football,” explains the coach of Cambrils Unió, Iván León.
The possibility of promotion was not contemplated in the summer, but the good work of the team and this new context that exists has caused changes in the goal: “When we planned the year, we did it as a year of adaptation and saving the category. We do not set ourselves the goal of fighting again for promotion. In January this is already beginning to sound and we meet to rethink goals. At first it was hard for us to believe that we could really get promoted, but now I see the team very focused on it.
For this, he knows that there are four finals left and among them there are two direct duels against Ribes and Fontsanta: «We depend on ourselves and we arrived well, but there are two games against direct rivals ahead, although it is true that Ribes and Fontsanta play this week between them and a draw would come in handy.”
The Second Catalan ended this past weekend with the last day. It must be remembered that the Fundació Futbol Base de Reus has been the team that has achieved first place and that, consequently, it will play in the First Catalan League next season. Precisely, the team led by Marc Mestres said goodbye to the course and the category with a victory at La Plana by 1-3.
Morell, a team that has fought until almost the end with Reus for promotion, also ended the season in a big way with a resounding 0-14 victory against Morell in which Peris and Talavera stood out with five and four goals respectively. . They also thrashed Tàrraco 2-8 on their visit to Reus de Tota la vida.
Nàstic, who made their debut this year after recovering their first women’s team, also said goodbye to the season with a comfortable 6-1 win against La Rapitenca. The last local team, Vendrell, could not win in their last game, as they fell narrowly 4-5 against Vilanova. Tancat, already retired, lost 0-3 against Cubelles.