The Board sponsors the IES La Orden (Huelva) in its competition in the European Championship of badminton clubs


The Junta de Andalucía sponsors the IES La Orden (Huelva) in its competition in the European badminton club championship, which will allow the entity to participate “in the maximum European competition for clubs in this sport”, after being proclaimed Spanish champion of the National League of Clubs of the division of honor. Thus, as indicated by the Andalusian administration in a press release, the volantista entity already has “everything ready” to move to Poland and “compete at the highest level”.

In a meeting held at the regional delegation for Education and Sports of the Junta de Andalucía, the territorial delegate, Estela Villalba, received the representatives of the Huelva team. The club president María Eugenia Lorenzo, the manager Ricardo Fernández, the technical director Francisco Ojeda, and the players Adrián Márquez, Eliezer Ojeda, Álvaro Morán and Karen Martín attended the reception.

Thus, the delegate has highlighted that her Ministry is “proud” to contribute so that “a team from Huelva and Andalusia can participate in the maximum European competition of its sport”.

“Badminton and Huelva are a successful combination, now it is the turn of the IES La Orden Badminton Club to represent us as the European Region of Sport that we continue to be and from the Andalusian Government we will always promote talent”, he stressed.

For her part, the president of the Club thanked the Andalusian Government and the other sponsors and collaborators for their support, and called on the club as a “reference player in Spain and Europe”, since she indicated that “proof of this is the seven national honor division titles and the good results of the quarry”.

The competition format is mixed team matches with five games in qualifying groups that will allow access to the final draw. IES La Orden starts as the number two seed thanks to its classification in the 2019 European Championship, the last one before the pandemic, the competition venue Bialystock, Poland, from June 28 to July 2.



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