The new women’s soccer world champions are already in Ibiza after landing at the airport on Tuesday afternoon.
For its part, the Council of Ibiza, in cooperation with the municipal councils of the island, has organized the celebration of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will take place this afternoon, Tuesday, in Avenida de España in Ibiza, and which will conclude with an institutional reception at the headquarters of the Island Council, in which a distinguished representation of the world champion team will participate. , as well as the Winners’ Cup.
The festivities will take place in the streets of the city on board an open-top bus that departs from the roundabout connecting Avenida de España and the EI-10 roundabout to the place of the island. There, at 17:30, a corporate reception will be held, in which the main island institutions, representatives of the Balearic Football Association and football clubs from Ibiza will participate.
Afterwards, the national team players who have flown to the island will enjoy several days of vacation and rest in Ibiza, which has become a true talisman for the world champions, who have chosen it as the venue for the preparatory stage for the Copa del Rey. The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicked off on 20 July in New Zealand and Australia and concluded on Sunday 20 August with the final, in which Spain beat United Kingdom 1-0.
The sports service of the Ibiza Island Council was in contact all the time with representatives of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, recalling the invitation made to them during their stay on the island: “Win or not, after the World Cup.” “We are waiting for you in Ibiza”, the president told them and now, the national team and the island’s institutions are keeping their word.
Ibiza Town Hall announces Avenida de España from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, between the intersections of Calle Canarias and Via Romana, and asks users to use alternate routes
Effects on public transportation service
From the public transport service of the Ibiza Island Council, lines L08, L10, L12B, L14, L35 and L45B will be affected, which will stop between Avenida de España and stop directly at CETIS station.
Likewise, the L45 will not be able to carry out the service passing through Dalt Vila, instead the 4:45pm and 75:45pm excursions will be augmented by the L45B variant with a turn along Avenida 8 de Agosto and the port. An area inside the new Botavock Naval Station. Both routes will circulate directly along Avenida de la Paz/EI-10 during the affected period. Alternatively, users who need to get to the old town before it reopens to traffic can do so after 6:00 pm using the recently launched L45C line, which departs from Plaza del Paque station (Calle Jaume III, from Ibiza). .
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