Development of women’s football in Spain’s soccer, sport king par excellence, arouses passions among Spanish fans. However, in their feminine side is still one of the great forgotten Spanish sport, not the case in the U.S., where women’s football is more popular. In the Spanish Superliga well known to the First Division of Women’s Football clubs like Atletico Madrid, the Spanish, BFKEB Athletic Club Bilbao, or the Levant Women compete every year the league title. Milene Domingues “Ronaldinho” female player of the CF Pozuelo, is the female soccer player best known of Spanish fans, not so much for his abilities with the ball as her marriage to Ronaldo. His first year in the Superliga gone unnoticed and has been integrated in football in this country after his arrival. Currently working on the ADC Canillas (Madrid) in the categories of youth football after being entitled to the Level I coach.Election promise of Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon to create a women’s section was another attempt to boost women’s football, but in the end it came down to sponsorship of CF Pozuelo. However, its position on the women’s game was put away to put the rumors to Ignacio Quereda-national team since 1989 – Real Madrid within the structure to create a women’s section. To this effect, created a new league in which there was an invitation to participate in the premier league without having to start from lower levels. They must meet to have a team in 1st, 2nd or 2nd B male to qualify for this square. Only Las Palmas, Nastic, Real Valladolid, Eibar, Sevilla and Jaen accepted the invitation. The murmur of agreement reached by Ignacio Quereda and Ramon Calderon Calderon was broken after being suspended by the chair of Madrid for irregularities in his election as president of Real Madrid.Florentino Perez, handed to work to revive the popularity of the male Real Madrid, has not set mitas in a women’s club. The Super League was divided into three groups which were scandalous thrashings by repealing the competitive power of the new competition. Two championships for the Athletic Club are the baggage of the first two years of Spanish Fantasy, whose previous First Division was commanded for several seasons by coach Antonio Barefoot Levante which marked an epoch in the history of women’s football in Spain. Espanyol was next and the Levant, the ultimate champion. Historical Athletic participation also in UEFA, having been the first Super League club capable of reaching the second stage and be close to the quarterfinals. The growth of women’s football in Spain is far from most European countries, only 2 of registered cards belonging to the female gender (almost reach 17,000).The advent of media stars still leaves much to be desired, being Maribel Dominguez “Marigola” the greatest exponent. His arrival at FC Barcelona was a big boost in the media, which were soon restrained by the restructuring of the team FC Barcelona. This year he finished down in Fantasy (06/07), but recovered the following season category. That same year amounted to the UE L’Estartit Fantasy Catalan team is changed “Marigola. The greatest exponent of Spanish players playing abroad is found in Indiana, one of the best clubs in the world, where Mary and Laura Ruiz Baeza, both born in Madrid, clotted some great parties. Mary has returned to Spain in the 2009-2010 season to defend the colors of Espanyol. Internationally Laura del Rio is one of the most prominent figures representing Spain. Another of the best teams in the world, Ume IK, noticed her, which left a week passed with the Swedish team.Front Madrid, who grew up playing in Oroquieta and developed its best years in the Levant Women. However, Laura in the 2008 season the league decided to try USA W-League, newly created after the demise of the former American professional league, which began with goals and assists, being hailed by all the fans of Indiana. This year, Laura served as a springboard to one of the best teams in Europe, 1.FCC Frankfurt, where he joined in 2009. In the 08/09 season the Fantasy disappears, becoming the first division with 16 teams instead of the 14 that had the Super League.