Spanish women’s football will go on strike. November 16 and 17, corresponding to the ninth day of the competition.
All clubs participated in the meeting to try negotiate except FC Barcelona, one of the three not attached to the Association in addition to Athletic Club and CD Tacón (future Real Madrid). These last two did attend the call on Monday, after the meeting scheduled for Friday was postponed due to the absence of these teams, which had not been initially invited.
The conflict between soccer players and clubs remains the salary bias clause. The unions are willing to accept an annual salary of 12,000 euros net income for a part-time contract, 75% of the minimum wage. The employer, represented by the Club Association, doesn`t accept more than 50%, which would mean a salary of 8,000 euros.