Villas Unidas: Women’s soccer club from Argentina represents working-class neighborhoods

The board of directors decided to compete first in women's soccer and then move forward in children's soccer.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The brainchild of former physical trainer of Diego Maradona and the Argentine national team, Fernando Signorini, created by social organizations and supported by world champion coach César Luis Menotti, Club Villas Unidas, which competes in the third division of women's soccer, is the Argentine team that represents working-class neighborhoods and fights for social inclusion.

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Villas Unidas was born in 2018 and the following year began competing in the Third Division of women's . . .

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