The meteoric rise of Alexia Putellas: will have its own documentary

Alexia Putellas continues burning stages, breaking records. Since she won the Ballon d’Or last year, the captain of FC Barcelona has experienced a meteoric rise. A rise that has not only been cooked on the pitch, but also off it. The soccer player does not stop signing new contracts with sponsors and now she has taken a step further: having her own autobiographical documentary of hers.

The midfielder of FC Barcelona and the Spanish team Alexia Putellas will be the protagonist of a new docuseries of the ‘Prime Video’ platform and which will premiere exclusively in Spain, Portugal and Latin America, except for Mexico and Brazil.

Alexia Putellas, acclaimed by the Madrid fans

Through three episodesviewers will be able to get to know the ‘Golden Ball’ better in a docuseries that will focus on the season at the Blaugrana club and the performance of the ‘Roja’ during the next European Championship in England.

Produced by You First Originals and directed by Joana Pardos (Pioneras, Radio Gaga, Bruixes), with executive production by Javier Martínez and Luis Miguel Calvo, the docuseries will immersion in life and transformation of the best soccer player in the world.

An exclusive access that will take viewers from his childhood to the moment he becomes a global social and sports reference. In addition, the production will feature the presence of distinguished international sports figures who will contribute their vision and support towards the normalization and equalization of women’s football.

The player of the Spanish soccer team Alexia Putellas stressed this Wednesday that “it was a matter of time” that they were at the level of the best, but that in the case of the national team it had to be “something express” because they had been “many years” advantage, and admitted that “there are two or three very exciting years ahead”, starting with a European Championship to which they go “with great desire and ambition”, but also “with their feet on the ground”.


Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by www.cuatro.com.

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