- SE AEM Lleida, an all girls team in Spain has won an all boys league
- The team called crazy by many won the title in only their second season
- The first season saw the girls finish 12th in the 18 team competition
All girls football team SE AEM Lleida are generating a lot of attention in Spain for a truly amazing feat.
The girls team from Spain recently won a previously all boys league title in only their second season in the top flight losing just a single game from a total of 22.
They were also crowned champions four days before the end of the championship.
AEM Lleida were so dominating in their girls junior league that the team coaches decided to sign them up to an all boys competition and they not disappoint.
Called 'crazy' by some of the parents, the team went on to surprise everyone.
One of the boys who played against the team said: "It’s hard to lose against girls, but these ones really are very good."
In their first season, the girls finish 12th in the 18 team competition and became Champions in their second season, something Leicester City will be proud of.
Speaking to the New York Times, club president Sergio Gonzalez said: "A few parents called us crazy when we registered the team. If this had gone very wrong, we would have been held responsible for humiliating the girls."
"It’s strange, but most of the macho comments and insults have come from the mothers of some of the boys we play."
Team coach Daniel Rodrigo revealed the nickname of the team is "las princesas" (the princesses).