Spain’s World Cup winning women’s squad has agreed to end their boycott of the national team.
It comes after the country’s football federation (RFEF) said it would make “immediate and profound changes” to its structure.
The players had said they would not represent Spain until there were changes at the federation.
It followed a row over the now former RFEF boss, Luis Rubiales, kissing footballer Jenni Hermoso on the lips during the World Cup presentation ceremony.
The announcement was made after a meeting lasting more than seven hours between the players, officials from the RFEF and Spain’s National Sports Council (CSD), and members from the players’ union FUTPRO.
“The players have expressed their concern about the need for profound changes in the RFEF, which has committed to making these changes immediately,” said CSD president Victor Francos.
He said a joint commission would be created involving members from all parties to “follow up on the agreements” set out in the meeting.
However, the agreements were not revealed following the meeting, with Mr Francos promising they would be announced “soon”.
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