Cádiz celebrated the first Draft Day in its history

Cádiz celebrated the first Draft Day in its history
Cádiz celebrated the first Draft Day in its history

Cádiz celebrated Draft Day this Saturday at the Nuevo Mirandilla. This has been one of the events that the yellow team has been promoting over the last few months and finally had its first staging. Many families were able to enjoy a day full of entertainment and fun for the youngestwhere the elderly also had a leading role in many of the activities that took place at the event.

This meeting was based on offering an experience full of activities for the use and enjoyment of those present. The event had a multitude of activities. These included photo booths, human table football, giant goal, multisport, tattoo and makeup tents, mechanical bull, penalty simulators and even virtual reality for goalkeepers. In addition, there was also space for video games, where a Playstation 5 area was set up with the EA Sports FC 24 soccer game.

Music and freestyle to entertain

Not only were there activities for all ages, but there was also a time for music. The main stage set up on the Nuevo Mirandilla lawn hosted a raffle, a DJ and a performance by a professional soccer freestyler, Álvaro López, to liven up the evening.

It was also presented the well-known “11 of the province”, with which the chosen footballers were recognized, this being one of the best moments of the afternoon. This recognition was based on a prize as an award for being among the most voted players. The event was a success and many families were able to enjoy an afternoon full of fun and enjoyment.

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