LaLiga joins palms with Turespaña to advertise Spanish tourism by soccer


Spanish soccer league LaLiga, in collaboration with the Tourism Office of the Spanish Embassy (Turespaña) and Instituto Cervantes, introduced final week an initiative at aiming at creating cultural and human connections between Spain and India, utilizing soccer as a conduit. With a deal with enriching regional ties, the partnership strives to carry Indian followers nearer to the richness of Spanish tradition by modern instruments facilitating tourism connections, breaking language limitations, and offering immersive soccer experiences. LaLiga, dedicated to harnessing the transformative impression of the attractive sport, seeks to drive change past sports activities, performing as a catalyst for significant connections throughout soccer, enterprise, social, and cultural spheres.

[Left To Right] Elena Perez-Villanueva Del Caz – Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Spain, Òscar Pujol – Director Instituto Cervantes in Delhi, Elisa Robles – Director, Turespaña and Aakriti Vohra – LALIGA Global Network Delegate, India(LaLiga)

Elisa Robles, Director of Turespaña, attended the occasion and expressed enthusiasm concerning the initiative, highlighting its potential to construct bridges between Spain and India by soccer. She emphasised the common language of soccer as a way to domesticate cultural understanding, offering Indian soccer followers with a possibility to discover Spanish tradition.

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“Turespaña is thrilled to embark on this fantastic initiative alongside LALIGA and Instituto Cervantes. Our collaboration aims to create a bridge between Spain and India, using the universal language of football to foster cultural understanding. This alliance not only enriches the experience for Indian football fans, but also opens doors to explore the vibrant tapestry of Spanish culture, ultimately allowing the Indian travelers to truly explore and experience the beautiful destination that is Spain,” she mentioned.

LaLiga’s Indian operations are presently beneath Aakriti Vohra, following Jose Antonio Cacha’s departure from the position and she or he was current because the league’s Global Network Delegate. Sharing her pleasure about showcasing the “cultural bridge” that LaLiga represents, Vohra emphasised the transformative energy of soccer.

“LaLiga is not just a league; it’s a cultural bridge, and we are excited to once again showcase ‘The Power of our Fútbol’ as a catalyst for positive change and meaningful connections in the Indian subcontinent,” she mentioned.

At the sidelines of the occasion, Vohra additionally talked about queries from 247 I News over the present operations of LaLiga within the nation, following the depature of Cachaza. “”Jose could be very troublesome to switch. I’m working tougher than I used to! India nonetheless stays a strategic nation for LaLiga. Currently, I’m overseeing LaLiga’s operations in India. We have the Dubai workplace that additionally helps us,” said Vohra.

When asked on whether there could be potential arrivals of LaLiga giants like Barcelona and Real Madrid for scouting programmes, Vohra stressed on LaLiga’s ongoing pan-India program through football schools. “We have a pan-India programme by LaLiga soccer faculties. One of our nationwide group gamers, Kajol d’Souza, she performs for India and got here from LaLiga faculties. She is presently on the ESC Madrid Centre.

“It is on India to start generating talent that can be scouted. Our grassroots development programmes need to enhance We are on the journey. It is a long process. Once our grassroots grow, the clubs would come and scout,” she mentioned.

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