Spar Girona presented yesterday at noon in Platja d’Aro the new kits for this season, which will be released on Sunday at the Palau Blaugrana in the final of the Catalan Women’s League against Cadí (19.00, Esport 3). “This season will be different, we will have to adapt to what is to come, but we have worked to make it the best possible course,” said the club’s president, Cayetano Pérez, who despite the recommendation of the Higher Sports Council (CSD) that the “relevant non-professional leagues” are played behind closed doors, believes that in the end there will be a public in Fontajau “always respecting safety rules” and following the protocols that the club has agreed with the Generalitat and the ‘Town hall. Protocols that are basically based on the coexistence groups with which Uni has sold its season tickets. A system that should allow to put around 2,000 spectators in the Girona pavilion.
In an event at the Club Nàutic Port d’Aro, and with Helena Oma and Iho López as models, the Spar Girona presented a design of the “most innovative” shirts that continues to play with yellow and red as in previous campaigns but which “strengthens the Uni brand”. “The colors of the first and second kit will be the same as the last two years with the difference that the second kit will be the first in European competition with the colors yellow and red as a reference and identifying with Catalonia,” said Cayetano Pérez.
In the presentation of yesterday’s shirts at noon in Platja d’Aro, in addition to Cayetano Pérez, the mayor of the town, Maurici Jiménez, the vice president of the CN Port d’Aro, Rafael Arau Agustí, took the floor. and representatives of club sponsors such as Pau Jordà, director of Espai Gironés; Sònia Casademont, head of marketing at Infoself; Sara Linares, director of Wifiboo; and Quim Ahumada, from TC Equipacions.