Granadilla and Sporting de Huelva, both independent clubs of a male entity, open the door to ERTES in Spanish women’s football. Are the first clubs of the First Iberdrola that are welcomed to this temporary employment regulation file, But they will not be the only ones. There are already other entities that are studying to do so. “We are clear that there will be one more case,” they declare to AS from the Association of Women’s Soccer Clubs (ACFF). The situation walk like in All Categories, on the great uncertainty if it’s going to continue with the league or the season will be suspended as it is right now. “Losses as such we are not having because a club is not like a store, which stops receiving money if it closes, but if it doesn’t resume competition yes that we can have them. The fact that there are no more games throws us off the budgets for this season “, they underline from Logroño, another of the Primera’s independent clubs. Both for the Rioja entity and for the other clubs unaware yes Payments television, advertising, even grants, they will arrive whether or not there is competition.“We’re to expectation“, they add from the La Riojan club, in which they say that have met with the players, with the unions (Association of Spanish Soccer Players, AFE) and with the ACFF. “The ERTE is not the solution that we propose, but with the uncertainty that exists we do not know if we will finally have to take advantage of it “, they explain.