This year, ISOTUBI has decided to collaborate with the Club de Can Rull Football Club with the aim of promoting sports among boys and girls in the area and helping to create new teams over the coming years until achieving a team for each category.

The CFU Can Rull Rómulo Tronchoni Club, founded in 1962, is a historic institution in Sabadell, where our tube factory is located. In 2021, the club decided to establish its first girls’ team in the “alevín” category, which marked a significant milestone for women’s football in the region.

The club’s commitment to Isotubi is to allocate 50% of the support to improvements in conditioning and facilities for the girls’ teams, and the other 50% as scholarships for families at risk of social exclusion.

The collaboration with the CFU Can Rull Rómulo Tronchoni football club reflects our commitment to gender equality, as well as our support for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

In this manner, the club will promote football and provide improvements for girls in the club to engage in this sport. Specifically, one of the improvements that has already been implemented is the installation of shower modules for the girls’ teams.

The Can Rull Municipal Sports Zone previously had only a few changing rooms for more than 500 players, which hindered the development of the teams. Now, the players can enjoy their own facilities, and this has marked an important step for their sports growth, as it offers a more suitable space for their preparation before matches.

This support serves as a prime example of how businesses can contribute to community development and the realization of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The company encourages other institutions and firms to engage in similar initiatives, recognizing the utmost significance of upholding gender equality and working towards a more just and equitable world for everyone. SDG 5, which strives to attain gender equality by 2030, necessitates immediate actions to eradicate the deep-rooted sources of discrimination that persistently curtail women’s rights, both in public and private domains.