Cádiz footballer Rubén Sobrino, one of the most illustrious residents of Daimiel, will celebrate the fourth edition of his campus from June 27 to July 1 with the participation of almost a hundred children between the ages of five and 14. Daimieleños Isidro Díaz de Mera, First Division referee, and Esther Martín-Pozuelo, Valencia footballer, who is also from the highest category, will also attend.
The campus will be distributed between the Municipal Stadium, the El Carmen field and the Summer Swimming Pool Complex. In addition, on Wednesday, June 29, there will be an excursion to Madrid to visit some of the Real Madrid facilities and the Ciudad del Fútbol de las Rozas, headquarters of the Spanish Football Federation.
Nephew, who will turn 30 this Wednesday, has played 131 games in the elite of Spanish football since he made his debut with Deportivo Alavés in 2016. He has also played for Valencia and is now at Cádiz, with whom he has made 33 appearances this season games and has scored four goals, achieving salvation in an agonizing last day.
The Daimiel footballer says that this year he has gone from "less to more" and, above all, "to assess how difficult it is to play in the First Division." The mayor, Leopoldo Sierra, thanks Sobrino for "making so many children happy" with this campus and hopes that they will learn from him the personal and professional qualities that have allowed him to reach the top since he left the Schools at the age of 15 Municipal Sports to play in the Real Madrid youth academy.