The Globetrotters world tour breaks records, with more than 70,000 spectators in Spain


The world tour of the Harlem Globetrotters through Spain in this 2023 closed last Sunday, after visiting ten cities in ten days -Tenerife, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Madrid, Mallorca, A Coruña, Vitoria, Tarragona, Malaga and Seville-, with an attendance record 70,000 viewers.

Tenerife, Valencia and Mallorca hung the ‘no tickets’ sign and there were huge crowds in Barcelona and Madrid. Precisely, in the capital of Spain, Gemma Triay and Alejandra Salazar, world champions of paddle tennis, took the honor kick off.

On this new tour, fans were treated to the tricks, impossible plays and athletic moves of the Globetrotters. They also had the opportunity to meet the players in person with the ‘Magic Pass’.

Some of the Globetrotters’ players hold unique world records, such as the longest distance ‘Alley-Oop’, the farthest blindfolded shot or the most mid-range throws in one minute.

Returning to Spain in 2024, the team has promoted its iconic brand in more than 124 countries and territories on six continents since 1926. Proud inductees into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, their mission remains to advance the game. of basketball and deliver exciting and interactive entertainment to the world.