Villarreal presents Endavant Esports for the 23/24 season
Villarreal presents Endavant Esports for the 23/24 season

The sports sponsorship project is made up of 29 clubs, 23 athletes and six competitions in the province of Castellón

Villarreal CF continues its commitment to sport in the province of Castellón. This Tuesday, the Yellows presented the new Endavant Esports programme for the current 2023/24 academic year, which this season includes 29 clubs, 23 individual athletes and six competitions.

Villarreal president, Fernando Roig, led the event, which was held in the new Club 1923 room at the Estadio de la Cerámica. At this special event, the president welcomed the new members who form part of the sports sponsorship project promoted by the club through the Villarreal CF Foundation.

The initiative, which began in 2004 with the sponsorship of Olympic medallist Pablo Herrera at the Athens Olympic Games, currently has a budget of over 300,000 euros and a reach of 8,644 provincial sportsmen and women of all ages and categories, who benefit from this sports sponsorship project.

The spirit of Endavant Esports is to contribute to the promotion and growth of sport in the province of Castellón, as part of the club’s social commitment to its environment, trying to give back to society and the province the support it receives. The project consists of financial and sporting support, as the club, as well as providing financial benefits to the members of the project, also offers its medical services, the use of the facilities and all the means at its disposal to promote the development of the sportsmen and women involved in the programme.

The 29 clubs sponsored by Villarreal CF are as follows: Servigroup Peñíscola FS (futsal), Vila-real Bàsquet Club (basketball), Club Básquet Vinaròs (basketball), Almassora Club Patí (skating), Amics Handbol Onda (handball), Club de Tenis Vila-real (tennis and padel), Club Esportiu Bàsquet Vila-real (basketball), Club Tritons de Vila-real (adapted swimming), Club Vila-Sport ( utsal), Club Atletisme Vila-real (athletics), Club Baloncesto Benicarló (basketball), Club Ciclista Sepelaco (cycling), Club Deportivo Granjo (taekwondo), Club Handbol Nules (handball), Club Handbol Unió Esportiva Betxí (handball), Club Natació Vila-real (swimming), Club Patí Ciutat de Vila-real (inline skating), Vila-real Club Rugby Penyagolosa (rugby), Club d’Esports Adaptats Adaponda (adapted multisport), Club d’Handbol Vila-real (handball), Club Triatló Formigues Benicàssim (triathlon), Club Voleibol Vinaròs (volleyball), Cocemfe Castelló BSR (Paralympic basketball), Esport Ciclista Alqueriense (cycling), Hockey Club Playas de Oropesa (inline roller hockey), CSD Vila-real (multisport), Club Almassora Balonmano (handball), Club de Bàsquet la Vall d’Uixó (basketball) and Unió Ciclista Benicarló (cycling).

The 23 athletes of Endavant Esports 23/24 involved in the project are: Roberto Bautista (tennis), Pablo Herrera (volleyball), Pablo Torrijos (athletics), Sebastián Mora (cycling), Lidón Muñoz (swimming), Alejandro Cortes (inline skating), Carmen Ramos (athletics), Carmen Jiménez (Valencian pilota), Daniela Grañana (track cycling), Víctor Ruiz (athletics), Claudia Conte (athletics), Aida Beteta (cycling), Arnau Llorens (athletics), Diego López (Valencian pilota), Lola Estrada (inline skating), Óscar Cabedo (road cycling), Óscar Pelegrí (cycling), Andrea Sales (athletics), Júlia Font (trail running), Nacho Campos (swimming), Thierry Ndikumwenayo (athletics), María Elena Romá (adapted swimming) and Adrián Becker (adapted clay pigeon shooting).

The six provincial events included in Endavant Esports are: Penyagolosa Trails (athletics), the Trofeu Pilota Villarreal CF (Valencian pilota), Marató dels Dements (athletics), 75 Gran Premi Vila-real de ciclismo (cycling), IX triXilxes #sindrafting by Trilavall (triathlon) and Open Internacional de Taekwondo Ciudad de la Cerámica (taekwondo).