Alexia Putellas, Lola Gallardo, Salma Paralluelo and Lotta Schelin, awarded by the newspaper ‘Mundo Deportivo’


The sports newspaper ‘Mundo Deportivo’ held its 2nd Women’s European Football Gala on Monday, where FC Barcelona received a large part of the awards that also went to goalkeeper Lola Gallardo and former Swedish soccer player Lotta Schelin.

Thus, during the event held at the Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm in Barcelona, ​​Alexia Putellas was awarded the MVP Trophy and her teammates Claudia Pina, Salma Paralluelo and Julia Bartel, champion of the Under-20 world and Under-19 Europe with the Trophies International Impact, Best Goal and Promise, respectively.

In addition, FC Barcelona Women received the Extraordinary Award for the historical milestone of the record number of spectators with 91,648 to witness the first leg of the Champions League semifinals against German Wolfsburg.

On the other hand, Atlético de Madrid goalkeeper Lola Gallardo was awarded the Sports Values ​​Trophy for her commitment and involvement with the LGTBI community and social inclusion, and former Swedish player Lotta Schelin, all-time top scorer in her country and winner of three Champions, among other achievements, with the Legend Trophy.

Ana Maye, general coordinator of the Equatorial Guinea men’s team, was recognized with the International Ambassador Trophy, while Riola Xhemaili, a 19-year-old Swiss midfielder from Freiburg, won the Talent Trophy.

Finally, the Mundo Deportivo Special Trophy went to Levante UD EDI for women, a team made up entirely of players with intellectual disabilities who have played in the Genuine League and reached the final phase in Bilbao.