Inma Gabarro was present this Monday at the presentation of the trophy for the 2023 FIFA World Cup, which will be played between Australia and New Zealand from 20 July to 20 August. The Ciudad del Fútbol in Las Rozas was the venue for this meeting, in which she was accompanied by Marina Artero, also an international player with Athletic Club.
The event was attended by the secretary general of the RFEF, Andreu Camps, along with his counterpart at FIFA, Fatma Samoura and the ambassadors of Australia and New Zealand, among other authorities. The trophy has arrived in the Spanish capital from Paris in the middle of a tour that has taken it to more than thirty countries, bringing to all corners of the world the enthusiasm to continue growing football among girls and women around the world. Speaking to the Federation on Monday morning, Inma said that "it's a different feeling because it's a world trophy, which I've had the good fortune to lift with the U-20s. It's something I don't know how to describe, I'd say it's a source of pride and enormous satisfaction."