In the first installment of the ACELITE video podcast, journalists Alberto Romera and José Antonio Jiménez receive a visit from Juan José Mora, president of the Association of Elite Clubs of Seville, in the studios of Muchodeporte.
For around half an hour the three interlocutors chat about the origins of the association and its purposes. Likewise, they analyze the state of health of the Sevillian sport. Why is it important that clubs from different sports disciplines come together to achieve common goals? Does minority sport have the place it deserves in the province of Seville? All these questions and some more focus the attention of our three protagonists.
ACELITE, chaired by Juan José Mora, has been growing so that its 30 associated clubs, with their respective structures, acquire adequate visibility to be a showcase for companies in the transmission of the best values of any self-respecting company.
The associated clubs that make up the Association of Elite Clubs of Seville are those that we are going to list below: Club Badminton Rinconada, Club Baloncesto Sevilla Femenino, Club Balonmano Playa Las Peris, Club Balonmano Playa Sevilla, Club Béisbol Sevilla, Club Sevilla Nodo, Blue Devils American Football Club, Linces American Football Club, Brújula Indoor Football Club, South Gymnastics Club, Lucha Milu Club, Mairena Swimming Club, Sevilla Yacht Club, Amigos Rugby Club, Real Sciences Club, Crocodile Rugby University Club, Mairena del Aljarafe Rugby Club , Híspalis Table Tennis Club, Sevilla Table Tennis Club, Mairena del Alcor Taekwondo Club, Isbilya Triathlon Club, Sevilla Triathlon Club, Esquimo Volleyball Club, Utrera Volleyball Club, Sevilla Sincro, Dos Hermanas Waterpolo Club, Sevilla Waterpolo Club, Rhythmic Gymnastics Club Dos Hermanas and Club Gimnástico Blume (the last two, recently integrated into ACELITE).