The father of Olga Carmona, the architect of the World Cup with her goal, dies

The RFEF informed this Sunday of the news, which was communicated to the footballer after the final


The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) communicated this Sunday the sad news of the death of the father of Olga Carmona, the footballer who with her goal made Spain world champion in Australia this Sunday.

“The RFEF is deeply sorry to announce the death of Olga Carmona’s father. The footballer learned the sad news after the World Cup final. We send our most sincere hugs to Olga and her family at a time of deep pain. we want, Olga, you are the history of Spanish football”, says the statement of the Federation.

Carmona made it 1-0 in the final at the Stadium Australia in Sydney in the 29th minute that ended up giving Spain a historic first Women’s World Cup. The Real Madrid player from Seville was also decisive in the semifinal round, as she scored 2-1 against Sweden in the 89th minute that allowed Spain to continue making history in the tournament.